Urban Legends with the Ghost Brothers


We all know the stories: Bloody Mary, the Chupacabra, Candyman... These urban legends have been around for decades, sometimes centuries, and still haunt us today. But are they real? The Ghost Brothers, Atlanta’s premiere (and funniest) paranormal investigators, Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass, and Marcus Harvey are investigating the craziest myths and legends with the help of comedians, witches, celebrities and friends. So gather round, because there's some creepy s*** out there and we know you love getting scared.To watch even more paranormal content from the Ghost Brothers, check out Ghost Brothers: Lights Out, streaming exclusively on discovery+. Go to discoveryplus.com/ghostbrothers to start your free 7-day trial today. Terms apply.

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Our Editor's Take

Those into the horrifying, ominous, mystical, and mysterious may enjoy Urban Legends with the Ghost Brothers. It's not only a scary podcast. It's rather funny, too.

Paranormal investigations tend to be serious and uptight. There are dangers to messing with the supernatural, after all. But for Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass, and Marcus Harvey, the humor is not lost on them. The three Atlanta-based hosts of the Travel Channel's Ghost Brothers: Haunted Houseguests also lead this podcast. That TV show had a light touch and so does this podcast. Urban Legends with the Ghost Brothers has rich honesty and wit in each episode.

The Ghost Brothers investigate the strangest paranormal stories that intrigue themselves and listeners. Where does Bigfoot live? Why would anyone dare to try the Bloody Mary? Are Engkantos real? The podcast hosts have their funny thoughts on each of them.

Listeners can share their own experiences of paranormal activity. The podcast hosts invite guests to join them investigating mysteries. The Ghost Brothers are skilled at building a rapport with guests, which is both fun and engaging. Modern-day witch Gabriela Herstik explains what it means to be a witch in “Witches and Sex Magick.” Actor Chad L. Coleman talks about the “Black-Eyed Children Urban Legends.” The host of Ghost Town Terror and Paranormal Caught on Camera also drops by. Paranormal historian Sapphire Sandalo shares her knowledge about the deceitful “Engkanto.”

Urban Legends with the Ghost Brothers is not only about haunted houses and scary stories. Listeners will learn about supernatural theories they may not have heard of. New listeners can start with “Introducing: Urban Legends with the Ghost Brothers.” It introduces the comedic, positive tone of this spooky podcast. It's their first episode, although listeners can listen in any order.

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