"I slipped off my blanket and put my feet on the floor as I realized that the bathroom light was on even though I distinctly remembered turning it off before I went to bed. I cautiously creeped over to the bathroom and peaked my head around the corner. And I froze when I saw the creepy man from the front desk - seemingly trying to drown some young woman in the bathtub!"
Dan has a lot of story to share this week! He starts with the tale of a young woman discovering a man in her hotel room drowning a woman to death. It all feels so real but is it? Can ghosts and the living interact in a way that we didn't think they could? Possibly. This evil man may have drowned a woman, but not in that moment. It's all a bit weird. Then it's time to visit Australia's Letta the Doll. If you brought home a doll for your children and the doll was talking to them in the night, you would think that would be the end of that doll, right? WRONG. Find out why Kerry Walton decided to hang on to this haunted doll. Dan wraps it up with three small tales of haunted mirrors. It will leave you understanding why Lynze will never buy an antique mirror!
Speaking of Lynze, she has some juicy tales this week too! A story of two friends who stumble upon an abandoned barn that holds something unexplainable inside. They don't know if they discovered a rotting corpse or the remains of an occult ceremony. Either way, what they discover is less than pleasant. Finishing out the episode, we find ourselves staring out in the dark abyss of the wilderness to find eyes staring right back at us. What a scary thing, to be so vulnerable and then see little sets of eyes spying on you. The worst part is that even after these friends leave the woods, one friend still feels the eyes upon her.
Bad Magic Third Annual Giving Tree Update: We are excited to share that we are able to support 77 families this holiday season! Way to go, Creeps and Peepers! We value your support of other humans. You the fans have donated $13,160! Dan and I are pitching in $15,000 and the Patreon donation is $16,000. That's a total of $44,166! Unbelievable!! It truly restores our faith in humanity to see everyone come together in such a beautiful way!
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Opening Sumerian protection spell (adapted):
"Whether thou art a ghost that hath come from the earth, or a phantom of night that hath no home… or one that lieth dead in the desert… or a ghost unburied… or a demon or a ghoul… Whatever thou be until thou art removed… thou shalt find here no water to drink… Thou shalt not stretch forth thy hand to our own… Into our house enter thou not. Through our fence, breakthrough thou not… we are protected though we may be frightened. Our life you may not steal, though we may feel SCARED TO DEATH."