The Bell Witch Cave

A witch story and ghost story in one. Perfect. Find all the episodes at Make sure you join us on Facebook, on Twitter @HalloweenHaunt, and Google+.

Learn more from the official website of the Bell Witch Cave, the Bell Witch Website (unofficial?), and Wikipedia will tell you about both the Bell Witch and the Bell Witch Cave.


“Tombstone” by Twilight Productions

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Shakespeare’s Three Witches from “Macbeth”

Witches as evil hags wasn’t a new idea at the time, but this play may be the reason that’s the first thing we think of when we think of witches. Find lots of Halloween info on Twitter @HalloweenHaunt, on Facebook. and Google+. And at

Read the scene for yourself here, then read the rest of the play.


“Penumbra” and “Tikopia” by Kevin Macleod (

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Ben Cooper Costumes

Bruno suggested this on Facebook. So many have worn them; if you’re not familiar, you really should google them and look at pictures. You can suggest an episode there or at Or on Twitter @HalloweenHaunt,  or even Google+.

Slate has a good overview of Ben Cooper’s effect on Halloween, and Wikipedia has a lot of history.


“One-Eyed Maestro,” “Amazing Plan–Distressed” and “Waltz of the Carnies” by Kevin Macleod (

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The Story of Interview with the Vampire

It reinvigorated our love of vampires, and has quite the backstory. Be socially active with us on Twitter @HalloweenHaunt, on Facebook, and Google+. Find all the episodes at

Wikipedia will tell you much more about the novelthe film, and Ms. Rice herself. Trivia about the film that may be true at IMDb. Find out what Ms. Rice is up to these days at her website.


“Echoes of Time v2” by Kevin Macleod (

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“A Wireless Message” by Ambrose Bierce

Another spooky tale from the great Ambrose Bierce. Tell me your spooky story at Join the Halloween party on Facebook, on Twitter @HalloweenHaunt, and Google+.

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“Anxiety” by Kevin Macleod (

“Sinister Lullaby” by Sam Haynes from “Spine Chillers–Horror music for Halloween”

“Death Comes Creeping In” by Sam Haynes from “Spine Chillers–Horror music for Halloween”

“The Gargoyle” by Sean Timms from “The Gargoyle and Other Stories: The Orchestral Music of Sean Timms”
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The Loch Ness Monster

A real-life monster, a large water animal, or–something else? Or nothing else? Bruno on  Facebook suggested it. Talk about it on Twitter @HalloweenHaunt and Google+. And, of course, on

Learn more about the monster on Wikipedia, Nova from PBS, and Nessie’s own site. The Telegraph details Google’s efforts.


“Long Note Four” by Kevin Macleod (

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About “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” by Washington Irving

A classic from the early days of the U.S, with a keen headless guy. Find all of the episodes on Find us on Facebook, Twitter @HalloweenHaunt, and Google+.

Wikipedia has much more about Washington IrvingThe Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent., and the story itself, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.”

Historical Digression has more about the story.

Hear more about The Headless Horseman in the Halloween Haunt.


“Duel with the Battlegod” by Gyügyei “Grifion” Gábor (from

“Unnatural Situation” by Kevin Macleod (

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