In New South Wales, Australia, at the entrance of Sydney Harbor, lies the North Head Quarantine Station. Established in the 1830s, this building was a flimsy line of defense protecting the Australian mainland from shipbound diseases. During its 30 years of activity, many hundreds of infected individuals died in agony within its walls. Men, women, and children died horribly... and continue to appear before visitors to this very day.
“Hundreds of years of slavery and suffering has left a permanent impression on the island of Barbados. In the parish of Christ Church, something stirs beneath the earth, disturbing locals and visitors alike. It is an ancient tomb, intended to be the final resting place of the Chase Family. But trauma runs so deeply in this family’s history, that the dead entombed here have not been able to rest.”
Rancho Los Amigos Hospital
In Downey, California, a little over ten miles southeast of Los Angeles, lies the Rancho Los Amigos. Since its founding as a poor farm in 1888, the Rancho Los Amigos has seen plenty of traumatic stories pass through its walls… and some of them echo to this very day.
The House of Death
Number 14 West 10th Street may look like an unassuming brownstone, but beneath the surface it is far from normal. The one time residence of author Mark Twain, this building is the epicenter of what may be Manhattan’s most haunted block. So if you find yourself in this Greenwich Village building, be wary… the dark past of this house might send you a visitor… Parcasters - Ervil LeBaron was convinced that he was destined to rule over Earth as god’s chosen disciple, but so did his brother. Learn more about the LeBaron Clan this week on Cults! Subscribe to Cults on Spotify to listen now!
Since before recorded history, these churning waters in Queensland Australia have claimed the lives of people foolish enough to try swimming there. And when your body is sucked into the crushing depths, it may take days to recover. And your soul might stay there forever, trapped by the indigenous spirits that call the place home... Parcasters - This week on Crimes of Passion we take on the infamous case of Lorena and John Bobbitt! You won’t want to miss this one! Listen today on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.