It Came Up The Drain!
Welcome to Homespun Haints, a podcast about the paranormal in our day-to-day lives. Today on the show, we speak with Karly and Tera, the Haunted Housewives about scary bathrooms.
Also, thank you so much to Hillbilly Horror Stories for having us on as guests! They’re another podcast about paranormal, and they interview us in the second half of Episode 253: El Paso High School. If you’ve listened to our first episode, some of the stories we tell may ring a bell. However, Diana tells a story our listeners have NEVER heard before, about the history of the original Hex House in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and her personal connection to it.
About Tera and Karly
Karly of Titusville, FL, reads tarot, and Tera is a clairsentient medium who reads the Akashic records. You can find Tera on Instagram @theoptimysticoracle, and Karly is @thevillagetarotwitch. But their forces combined make The Haunted Housewives Podcast! And, they’ve just started a YouTube channel; please show them some love and subscribe to it here.
Beneath your home, your office, your neighborhood, is a network of pipes we never think about. But sometimes, things get into these pipes. Consequently, sometimes, those things come up the drain, into your home! For instance, the…thing…that surprised Karly while she was sipping wine in the bathtub.
We’ve featured a great deal of people who’ve had weird experiences in washrooms. For example, ourselves. Karly describes the bizarre being she saw in her “sorta haunted house.”
Then, Tera tells us about the ghost…or angel?…SHE saw in the bathroom while moving cross-country as a teen.
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Episode Show Notes
The Akashic Records see you when you’re sleeping. They know when you’re awake.
Tera calls it “a database of your life’s journey.” Gaia.com describes them as “the repository of every thought, word, and deed of every living being, good, bad, and awful, in all times; past, present, future.” Becky likens it to the library in the show The Magicians, and she’s pretty spot-on. Except the records don’t exist physically; only on the spiritual plane. What Diana finds interesting about them is the idea that they seem in direct opposition to the Zen concept that “there is only now.” Specifically, all of the past actually still exists somewhere, on some plane, not just as a flimsy impression in our fallible human memory.
A blanket statement about blanket octopi
They’re incredibly rare, and incredibly bad-ass. This gorgeous, graceful octopus flies its rainbow flag as a defense. But it also brandishes another sea creature’s tentacles as an offensive weapon! Listen to the episode to learn why this diva of the seas reminds Diana of the Detachable Penis song.
Until next time, have a spooky day!