The Ghost Story Guys

Hosted ByBrennan Storr

(Explicit) True stories of the paranormal, told with humor and humanity. Hosted by Brennan Storr

Episode 62: I Remember You Well in the Cecil Hotel (The Haunting of Los Angeles)

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On this episode we celebrate Brennan’s triumphant return from Los Angeles by sifting through stories from the City of Angels.  From a trip to the infamous Cecil Hotel, to the haunting of Highland Park, and a nature encounter unlike anything else we’ve ever seen, Los Angeles never disappoints.

Also on this episode:  Brennan’s AirB&B was haunted, chef Ian drops a lecture on spices, and the importance of synergy. Musical guest:  Danny “O” & the Astrotones Music on this episode: Theme:        “Radio (Into the Darkness We Go)” by Podzontommusic Bumpers:     “It Came From Planet Astrotone” by Danny “O” & the Astrotones All music is used with permission.

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