Huz Ghost Stories

Hosted ByAndrew Huzar

My name is Andrew and I’m a Medium and Reiki Master based out of Erie, Pennsylvania. Having grown up in this historic city on the shores of Lake Erie, I’ve heard countless ghost stories and legends of hauntings, ghosts, monsters, and more. As a child I was enamored with these tales and sought out to learn as much as I could. Now, as an adult I have that same love for these amazing and macabre tales. Together with my co-hosts Alex and Sean we take a look at these legends, diving into the history to discover their origins. Truth is often stranger (and darker) than fiction so sometimes we take a trip out to the areas mentioned in the legends to see what we experience or feel ourselves.
We love these ghost stories and we enjoy discovering new ones to bring to the attention of others. Whether you’re a history buff or just a fan of spooky stories, you’ll enjoy hearing us dig up these tales and their history.

The Demon of 133 Kiester Road

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In today’s episode we take a look at a rather infamous house located in the small town of Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania. The house at 133 Kiester Road doesn’t look like anything out of the ordinary. Driving by you wouldn’t realize this house once housed an incredibly powerful evil spirit. According to legend Samuel Mohawk was a Native American that murdered a white family in the town’s early history. The rest of the town formed a mob and hanged Samuel, even though Samuel pleaded to be shot instead. Years later a fraternity was living in this house when they started experiencing strange phenomena. They named their spirit Ted and things were friendly enough until Ted started to show a darker side. Eventually the men of the house held a séance using a spirit board. The wicked spirit grew more powerful, unleashing it’s rage amongst the fraternity until they all moved out. It’s believed the spirit unleashed within those walls was none other than Samuel Mohawk.

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