Let’s Get Haunted

Hosted ByAly Terry & Nat Strawn

(Explicit) Let's Get Haunted is an all-female, independent podcast produced, written, and edited completely by two best friends.

What began as a hobby with a mere 5,000 streams per month in 2019, has now turned into a loving community of misfits, hellbent on tackling the dark side of the world together, a million streams strong worldwide.

While the subject matter of Let's Get Haunted focuses around the paranormal, the "Haunted Fam" - as its community is called - channels its energy into creating positivity out of "haunted" (aka negative) situations.

Each episode centers around an intriguing mystery in history from around the world. Past episodes have featured a wide variety of guests and interviews with experts such as scientists, ex-CIA operatives, professors, comedians, and Company CEOs.

Before diving into the juicy topic at hand, co-hosts Aly and Nat kick off each episode with banter about their personal lives and things that matter to them that week, a segment coined "personal hauntings". Despite any misfortunes or frustrations the week has brought about, LGH seeks to find the humor in any situation and inspire a wider audience to get involved with issues that are important to them in their communities.

Above all, LGH seeks to remind the world that, though we're all a little bit haunted on the inside (we all have our trials and demons to overcome), that doesn't mean that we can't pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and soldier on.

Episode 67: The Black Knight Satellite Conspiracy

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Have you ever heard of “The Black Knight Satellite Conspiracy”?
As we all know, the first satellite to be successfully launched into space was Sputnik 1 in 1957…or was it? In 1954 an odd newspaper article ran in the New York Times citing claims by several American astronomers that two unknown satellites were circling the Earth. Fearing the Russians had beaten them to space, the Pentagon funded a Duke University study of the two objects. While publicly the U.S. declared the objects to be asteroids, private conversations between well-known scientists of the time begged to differ. If the objects were indeed satellites, who could have launched them?
This question would lead to the discovery of a series of mysterious satellite sightings, beginning all the way back in 1899 with Nikola Tesla and ending as recently as February of last year.
So what do YOU think of the Black Knight Satellite Conspiracy Theory? Is it a “Bracewell Probe” sent by extraterrestrials in hopes of finding intelligent life on other planets? Or is it simply a series of strange coincidences with no real meaning?