I’d Be Angry Too If I Were That Dead
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Welcome to Homespun Haints, a podcast all about telling real ghost stories from a first-person perspective! And it doesn’t get any more first-hand than this, because today our storyteller is our very own Becky!
In the grand tradition of our podcast’s “decaversaries,” every tenth episode we share one of our own personal paranormal experiences! You’ve heard snippets about Becky’s childhood “imaginary” frenemy. Now, at long last, here is the official biography of Hay, a ghost with anger management issues who came in through little 5 year old Becky’s window to complain at night.
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From the mouths of babes
These childhood experiences (and her own parents treating little Becky’s ghostly encounters as mere childhood whimsy) are what inspired Becky to believe her children when they say they see things that “aren’t there.” Which they do, although not as often as they’re getting older.
Becky’s wardrobe malfunction
Sometimes, staticky sweaters make for embarrassing experiences. In this case, over and over. Here’s a video we made of the experience.
Next, here’s the photo Becky shot of the thong she found stuck to her sleeve while taking the kids to a playground.
Thank you for joining us for our 50th episode! But we couldn’t have made it this far without you, dear Listener. Until next time, have a spooky day!