You Gotta Find the Head B*tch Ghost
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Repeat guest Frantz describes his encounters with ghosts of Tibetan monks in a Florida Airbnb, undead peeping toms in a hotel in Phoenix, and a demonic grandmother in a haunted San Francisco lodging. But, per his usual, Frantz handles these bizarre encounters with hilarity and grace.
Episode Summary: Is every hotel haunted?
Imagine, if you will, checking into a hotel for a business trip. Your coworkers are in a different, newer section of the building, but you seem to be in a section full of oddly-dressed partiers who seem oblivious to the no smoking rules and the absence of a pool. As you continue toward your room, you begin to realize that those people circling around you are ghosts. And they’re hanging out in the hallways because something far worse is lurking in your room.
Let’s talk to our repeat guest, Frantz, about his experiences in haunted hotels, today, on Homespun Haints.
About the Guest: Frantz
You heard him before on the episode I Am Talking to this Motherf*ing Ghost, but oh my, does he have more stories to tell. Frantz may be retired as a medium, but, as he says, he’ll never be free of ghosts until there’s a spirit witness protection program. Because it seems like everywhere he goes, the entities know he can see them, and they all want a turn at his attention.
Haunted Hotels Across America
We’ve recently come to the conclusion that most hotels are haunted. Or at least more likely to be than houses. Liminal spaces, and all that jazz. Here are some of our past episodes in which we discuss haunted hotels.
- The Drum Circle for Haunted Brothels
- Three Frisky Dead Johns On A Boat
- The Building Full of Cowboy Ghosts
- Lucumí and the Mango Tree
- Farting in a Museum and Alien Cunnilingus
- Get Out, Satan!
- Meeting the Ghosts at the Read House in Chattanooga
- Filipino Folklore: Manananggal, Engkanto, and Duwende, Oh My!
- A Christmas Ghost Story
- Charlotte is spookier than you thought.
- There’s more than pine martens in these here walls.
- Ghost hunting in the English countryside
- The afterlife’s a Trapper Keeper
- When children go ghost hunting
Hotel Ghost Tours
We’ve also written up reviews of several haunted hotel ghost tours we’ve taken across America. Yes, we are the kind of people who get haunted on purpose. Are you? Here are our reviews of the top haunted hotel ghost tours we’ve taken.
- Fairmont Hotel Ghost Tour Review, Deadwood, SD
- Visiting The Overlook, errr, The Stanley Hotel
- The Crescent Hotel Ghost Tour Review, Eureka Springs, Arkansas
- The Haunted Read House in Chattanooga
From the holy to the spicy, and everything in between, Frantz has a hotel haunting experience for all seasons. We’re pretty sure this won’t be the last time we hear his true ghost stories on our show. After all, Ghost Witness Protection doesn’t seem like a forthcoming program in this economy.