Pat Fitzhugh has researched the legend of Tennessee's infamous "Bell Witch" for thirty years. Many consider this to be the world's scariest haunting and Pat's research has led him to official records, old manuscripts, and interviews with people from around the world. Pat has played consulting roles in numerous made-for-television documentaries and has written about paranormal phenomena in newspapers and magazines around the globe.
George Noory hosted the 2008 Halloween edition of Ghost-to-Ghost, with callers sharing their spookiest stories. Tales from listeners included ghost encounters at a garage, a bar, a casino, and even a college's photo department darkroom. Others shared accounts of terrifying spirit attacks in their sleep, a ghost spotted on a webcam, and a woman who heard three knocks and a "death rattle" and then found out that her ex-boyfriend had died that night. Richard in Los Angeles related a series of strange events that befell his friend Andy. They began when Andy and his mother both had dreams of a little girl standing in the basement of their home. For the next year, strange occurrences and sounds plagued the abode. It culminated when Andy was sleeping one night and was woken up by an itching sensation. He turned on the light and discovered "a tiny handprint on his arm, like a rash in the shape of a hand." Soon after that, he found a tiny crawlspace in the back of his closet ... More »Host: George Noory