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The Lady Dicks dicktect history, mystery and paranormal tales from around the world. Hailing from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Tae, Nikki and Andrea are a comedic trio that cover some of life’s biggest mysteries and peskiest ghosts. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Podtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrp
 
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Just off the coast of San Francisco is a place with a tumultuous history known as the Rock–not to be mistaken for Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson, the actor we all know and love. Alcatraz Island is home to the former federal Alcatraz Prison, where thousands of the worst criminals the nation had to offer were housed. But the prison's been closed for years…
 
Just off the coast of North Carolina, along the outer banks is an area of treacherous waters where the cold Labrador current meets the warm waters of the gulf stream. Strong offshore winds help create a spot for low and high pressure weather systems to collide. Since the 1500s, sailors have been wary of the area, and these waters have earned the ni…
 
Today we're going to have a look at a listeners request, the so called 'Bobby Mackey Nightclub and Honkytonk, you might be asking if we just made those two words up but no, in Kentucky they get to say just about anything they want. So yes, a 'honkytonk' is a real thing, that basically just means a bar where self-proclaimed hilly billy music is play…
 
Today we’ve got, as Willie Nelson sang, “Georgia on our mind!” If you are too young to remember that song, you should look it up—it's a classic. Specifically, we are going to take a look at the old City Hotel building in Savannah Georgia that is now home to the Moon River Brewing Company. Built all the way back in 1821, this building’s long, someti…
 
In the countryside of Bavaria, Germany, towering on a hill and overlooking the remote village of Wolfsegg, lies Wolfsegg Castle. Built in the 13th century, the castle and the surrounding forest were initially intended to be a haven for tranquility. Well, psych! – in 1969 the parapsychologist Hans Holzer and his Medium believed and “confirmed” the l…
 
Nearly a hundred years before the modern spiritualism movement swept the globe and the infamous Fox sisters fooled a whole community with their toe-clicking séances, another ghostly phenomenon shook 18th century London. It’s a story filled with sex, lies, scandal, and murder, that almost ended with an innocent man swinging from a rope. Today we are…
 
It is said that in 1776, at the Battle of the White Plains during the American Revolutionary War, a Hessian soldier on horseback, fighting for the British, had his head blown clear off by a cannonball. Imagine it, a bowling ball of iron crashing through your skull. You’ve seen watermelons get smashed with a sledge hammer, right? Same thing really. …
 
Today we are talking more about a ghost town with more of a spooky history than a town famous for its ghosts. The remnants of Cahawba (pronounced ca-ha-ba), now an archaeological park, are located in the deep south of Alabama, and like its catchphrase says, it is a ghost town “cloaked in mystery.” In the 19th century, Cahawba was part of one of the…
 
You’ll find the almost 100-year-old Hotel Monte Vista on San Francisco in Flagstaff, Arizona, where it’s been standing since New Years Day 1927. This little piece of desert history is home to at least nine different ghosts. It’s lived through prohibition, seen the limelight—and today we’re going to dick-tect some stories from its past. What ghosts …
 
The Battleship North Carolina was a major player in the Pacific War theatre during WWII. Even though the death toll during her active years was quite low, ghosts are said to be quite active aboard the ship. So active that paranormal investigators, including TAPS, have been investigating it for years. This naval relic is allegedly one of the most ha…
 
Clanking chains. The drip-drip of water. Little noises of rats scurrying by. A tour guide cracking a bad dad joke. These are the sounds of the Seattle Underground, the city under a city. Seattle, Washington is located on the coast of the Pacific and only a few hours drive from Canada. Directly under it is the Seattle Underground. These underground …
 
We are packing our bags and heading into the time machine so we can zip ourselves back to the 18th century. We’re headed to present-day Texas which was then Papaya territory—we don’t mean the tropical fruit that smells like vomit, but rather a tribe of indigenous hunter gathers. The Papayans lived around what is now called the San Antonio River, an…
 
Ever wanted to spend a night in a haunted jail? Ok, maybe it’s not at the top of your list but if it’s anywhere on there today’s episode is for you. We are taking a trip to the capital city of Canada, to visit what was once the Carlton County Jail. Today the jail operates as hostel (though not today, today, due to Covid it’s temporarily closed), an…
 
Devil’s Gulch is located just outside of Garretson, South Dakota. It’s a beautiful natural wonder boasting a drop dead gorgeous waterfall… and apparently ghosts… and Jesse James. For today’s story we’re headed back to the 1800s, pack yo bags and get ready to hangout in the wild west. The Lady Dicks dick-tect history, mystery and paranormal tales fr…
 
The Bermuda Triangle is full of mystery, and it’s the suspected resting place of a surprising amount of ships and planes without an explanation. What and where is the Bermuda Triangle, why is it full of mystery and what happened to some of the most famous ships and planes that went in and never came out? We’ve finally made it to the 100th episode o…
 
The Bermuda Triangle is full of mystery, and it’s the suspected resting place of a surprising amount of ships and planes without an explanation. What and where is the Bermuda Triangle, why is full of mystery and what happened to some of the most famous ships and planes that went in and never came out? We’ve finally made it to the 100th episode of T…
 
There are a surprising amount of haunted islands in the world, but Italian’s swear Poveglia is the most haunted of them all. This strikingly beautiful but devastatingly abandoned island is a short trip from Venice, but it’s not the kind of place you want to head to on your next vacation. With a sordid history filled with death, abuse, war, this isl…
 
The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver is a beautiful, historic, luxury hotel located in the heart of the city. With history dating back to the 1920s, this gem has seen a ton of action from celebrities like Roy Rogers and his horse Trigger to royalty including King George VI and Elizabeth I, the Queen Mother. But this hotel isn’t just a local hotspot for soc…
 
The first live episode of the Lady Dicks was streamed via Twitch this past week, and this is the gem that came from it. We're headed to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, to give you a quick little taste of haunted Vancouver hot spots. In this episode, we dick-tect the historic stories of six spooky destinations in Vancouver, including: West 16th…
 
Located in Louisville, Kentucky, Waverly Hills Sanatorium was a former tuberculosis hospital in a state that seemingly had the highest cases during the early 1900s. As one would expect, with all of the death seen within its walls, it’s said that some spirits have remained. Whether they can’t seem to get out or simply don’t know where else to go, th…
 
Located in remote Massachusetts inside Berkshire Hills is the Bloody Tunnel, with ghost stories dating back to the 1800s. Actually called Hoosac Tunnel, this 4.75-mile tunnel is an active rail line that passes through the Hoosac Mountain Range. Former construction and rail workers report mysterious apparitions, unexplainable occurrences, spirits in…
 
Nicholas Cage once told Vanity Fair that he lived in the “most haunted house in America.” He purchased the house at 1140 Royal Street in New Orleans famous French Quarter because he thought “it would be a good place in which to write the great American horror novel”—but as far as we know, that novel never got finished. But he wasn’t wrong about the…
 
The Historic Stanley Hotel If you’ve never heard of The Stanley Hotel we assume that you’ve never watched or read The Shining or done any research on haunted hotels because this is, perhaps, one of the most famous haunted hotels in America because of its association with famed horror writer, Stephen King, and it’s role as the muse for the book (and…
 
We're headed WAY back in time to Ancient Egypt to discuss the life and death of the most famous Egyptian pharaoh, King Tutankhamen. Despite the fact that the "Boy King" was in power for a mere decade, the finding of his burial site influenced modern culture in ways you can only imagine. But this isn't really a history podcast...What we're really do…
 
Just outside of St. Louis, Missouri, sits Zombie Road. This area has some hefty history dating back to Indigenous tribes in the area before being used by Civil War soldiers heading west. Nowadays, spooky legends of serial killers, rail ghosts and possibly a sinister graveyard haunt its history. On this episode, The Lady Dicks are kicking back for a…
 
Is Cedar Point haunted? The Lady Dicks are about to find out.This week we're headed to Sandusky, Ohio, to the rollercoaster capital of the world, Cedar Point. Haunted theme parks are one of Tae's favourite ghostly places so it's no surprise that we're talking about a haunted midway carousel, hotel and even a horse!If you're ready to go on a ghostly…
 
We are headed to London (it's a city in the UK, in case you haven't heard of it) to dick-tect the ghost stories surrounding the Tower of London. This medieval castle has a legit dark history, which means a ton of ghosts.Sadly, we're a dick down this episode, but Nikki and Tae do their best to be profesh(ish) while they share stories about the myste…
 
And here you thought we were going to ditch you on New Year's... but we're back!Pack your bags, we're headed to Weatherford, Oklahoma where we'll be dicktecting the unsolved murder of Katie DeWitt James and the haunted bridge at Dead Woman's Crossing. It's a short but fun little episode to help you bring in the new year.___The Lady Dicks dick-tect …
 
We see Christmas as cheery and joyful due, at least in part, to the jolly fella in the red and white suite who commits a little light b-and-e to leave us gifts each year.But legend has it that Santa’s evil twin might be hitching a ride in that sleigh, spreading not cheer but leaving behind sticks and committing battery each year.In this year’s Chri…
 
The Sloss Furnace opened its doors in 1882, and saw decades of gruelling work, poor safety conditions and it’s fair share of employee death before it officially closed its doors in 1970. So, it’s no surprise that there are ghosts lurking around the property. This week we’re dick-tecting the haunted Sloss Furnace, and sharing stories about which gho…
 
Harry Houdini is probably the most famous illusionist and escape artist in history. He could escape from pretty much everything—handcuffs, boxes, jail cells, the belly of the Loch Ness Monster—you name it. But he wasn't exactly the best at making friends and influencing people. He was dead-set against anything having to do with spirituality and wro…
 
Between May 1918 and October 1919, the Axeman of New Orleans terrorized the Italian grocer population in New Orleans, Louisiana. While he had less than a 50 percent kill rate (not exceptional for a serial killer, definitely not one with personal connections to "His Satanic Majesty, Francis Josef, etc.") he made quite an impact on the city that STIL…
 
At 9:20 PM on December 29, 1972, Eastern Air Flight 401 took off from New York’s JFK with 163 passengers and 13 crew members on board. The flight went well that evening and at 11:30 PM, as the plane started its descent, Captain Bob Loft came over the speaker to welcome passengers to Miami. Twelve minutes later at 11:42 PM, the plane crashed into th…
 
So far we’ve learned how to spot witches, become pirates and defeat (some) ghosts, and here at #DickHeadquarters we think it’s high time we start tackling some demons. We’re going to be covering a creepy and sad story of a sick young woman who was exorcized over and over again, instead of being given medical attention.If you’ve ever seen the Exorci…
 
It's vacation week over here at The Lady Dicks, but we don't want to leave you with nothing. So, we're releasing the most popular episode we've ever released on the Bell Witch Farm.The Bell Witch is one of the most famous supernatural cases in America. In fact, it was so famous at it's time that it caught the eye of a future president. On a seclude…
 
We're veering off from our regular haunted houses and ghost stories to bring you a truly creepy concept in paranormal literature: the doppelgänger. These creepy creatures are duplicate of living people, and today we're here to tell you some superstitions, myths and creepy historical tales in order to dick-tect whether they exist. So, are doppelgäng…
 
The Rolling Hills Asylum opened as the Genesee County Poor Farm on January 1, 1827, and has quite a life since then. The Lady Dicks are ready to dig into the past (what they can find anyway) and see what ghosts might lurk in this old building.Do you want more of The Lady Dicks? Get instant access to bonus episodes by joining us at www.patreon.com/t…
 
The Tillamook Rock Lighthouse sits alone and abandoned 1.2 miles off the Oregon Coast, approximately 30 miles south of the Columbia River. While it's no longer in operation, it was an amazing feat when it was built with a somewhat dark history. Join The Lady Dicks this week as we head to Oregon to share tales and possibly ghost stories (?) from thi…
 
Everyone knows Disneyland as the happiest place on Earth (and Tae would agree because she absolutely LOVES it) but not every day at Disney is a chipper one. One the second episode of The Dark Side of Disney, The Lady Dicks dick-tect stories about the ghosts at the American Disney Parks: Disneyland and Walt Disney World. This three-episode mini-seri…
 
Everyone knows Disneyland as the happiest place on Earth and Tae would agree because she absolutely LOVES it) but not every day at Disney is a chipper one. On this episode, The Lady Dicks dick-tect stories about the Dark Side of Disney, specifically we're talking about deadly incidents at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. This three-episode mini-s…
 
The last time John Richard Bingham was seen was the night of November 7, 1974, when he killed the Lucan's nanny, Sandra Rivett, and attempted to kill his ex-wife, Lady Veronica Lucan. Then he disappeared. The mystery of missing Lord Lucan has been a puzzle for detectives ever since—did he run away? Is he dead?On this episode of The Lady Dicks, the …
 
After opening in the 1920s, Lake Shawnee Amusement Park saw a series of tragic deaths that ultimately helped lead to its demise. But the property was cursed long before that. Home to not one but two Native American burial grounds and a massacre, this piece of property has a sordid history. Join The Lady Dicks this week as we head to West Virginia t…
 
Most of us are familiar with the babysitter urban legend, where some innocent teen is taking care of the kids when she receives a phone call... from inside the house. But what many people don't know is that there may be some truth to the origins of this story... let's see what we can dicktect this week on The Lady Dicks.The Lady Dicks dicktect hist…
 
In this short but sweet episode that we recorded BEFORE we had to go remote, The Lady Dicks dick-tect some trouble in the form of a "Green Lady" (that's right, it's a legit ghost-i-sode) at Château de Brissac in France. Located in Maine-et-Loire, France, the picturesque Château de Brissac sits like something out of a true fairytale. But this castle…
 
Jump in the car and let's go for a drive down the most haunted road in Colorado, Riverdale Road. Located in Denver, this road is a local favourite of paranormal investigators and those searching for ghosts due to its impressive list of possible unexplained activity. There are eight paranormal experiences you could have on Riverdale Road, including:…
 
Since everyone is stuck at home amidst this pesky pandemic, we decided here at #DicksquadHQ to take everyone on a warm ghost-filled vacation to four beaches where all of the guests might not still be alive. In this episode we are visiting:1. Pawleys Island, South Carolina2. Moss Beach, California3. Kaupoa Beach, Hawaii4. Mackinac Island, MichiganTh…
 
Benjamin “Bugsy” Seigel is one of the most famous Las Vegas gangsters in history. The former CEO and head of corporate culture at Murder, Inc., he made a real name for himself throughout his thriving career from street pickpocket to head hitman. Unfortunately, not all good things last and just as his business in Las Vegas was lighting up the strip,…
 
We're back in Canada this week as we dick-tect the history and haunts of the prestigious Fairmont Empress hotel in Victoria, British Columbia. This haunted hotel dates back to 1908, so you know there are plenty of ghosts associated with this bad boy, including that of its original architect who hangs around hoping you'll compliment him on the desig…
 
If you thought that it was men that ruled the seven seas you were sorely mistaken, it was women who were the true oceanic terrors. In this episode of The Lady Dicks Podcast, we're dictecting the stories of three famous lady pirates who ruled the seas. Sadie the Goat the ruthless New York City mugger-turned-pirate who would headbut her victims befor…
 
Happy Valentine's Day everyone... or not *dun dun dun* It's the season of love and in the spirit of Valentine's Day, we wanted to share the tale of the Saint Valentine's Day Massacre. Romantic, no?It's February 14, 1929, and you and your mobster friends are hanging out at your local garage doing mobster things (like stalking gumball machines and wh…
 
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