The Lindsays are back! With talks about haunted houses for sale and the Ghostbusters ruling of 1991. With all of the usual rambling you've come to know and love (or merely tolerate).
What does walking backwards up a flight of stairs have to do with strange women who come out of mirrors? Who might you meet in the third stall in the bathroom of the third floor? What happens when you refurb a house to make it look like when people were hideously murdered in it? If you don't already know, you'll just have to listen to the Lindsays as they talk about all of these things, and more.
Younger Lindsay talks about a nursing home ghost, which causes the Lindsays to tangent into an odd aspect of being a Weird Magnet. Older Lindsay finally fesses up to something that scares the snot out of her, and we fill up some extra time with a few Morbid Curiosity questions.
The Lindsays play a few rounds of a new game called Morbid Curiosity - a card game about death (morbidcuriositygame.com).
The Lindsays talk about necropolises, the Paris Catacombs, and mysteriously missing people.
Older Lindsay, a life-long Weird Magnet, scares the brandy into younger Lindsay with stories about vampires. Younger Lindsay then talks about why Mt. Everest is creepy AF; also, the Mariana Trench probably has aliens or something.
The Lindsays talk about some of the scary-not-scary horror movies they've seen. Warning: SPOILERS ABOUND!
The Lindsays chat with their friend Shannon (a.k.a., the awesome lady who designed our awesome logo) about their recent excursion to Bachelor's Grove Cemetery! Part two of two.
The Lindsays chat with their friend Chappy about their recent excursion to Bachelor's Grove cemetery! Part one of two.
The Lindsays ramble for a bit about Ghosts in the Graveyard, car accidents, how many times Older Lindsay should have died (TW: this episode does mention suicide); more about death-dreams, death omens, death, and more death.
If you are considering suicide, please consider finding someone to talk to: http://www.suicide.org/suicide-hotlines.html