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"Spooked," our creepy new podcast, is now on iTunes

Atlanta History Center interpreter Kate Kovach never believed in ghosts, but can't explain what happened that night in a graveyard in Scotland. Sisters Cheryl Robards and Kelly Alanis of Newnan were visiting their grandmother in the hospital when they ran into another elderly lady who made a mysterious vanishing act. Author Lauretta Hannon of Powder Springs received a touching visit from her dad, years after he died.

Hear these tales in the third episode of "Spooked," the creepy new podcast we launched in time for Halloween. It's narrated by Mark Davis and is now available on iTunes. Here is the link.

We'd love to hear your story for future episodes. Email


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