The White Monster and Other Stories

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Zack shares a ghost story or possible time slip from a Revolutionary War battlefield. Chad tells us about a weird owl encounter from his youth. Zoe returns to the show to read a letter her great-grandmother composed about a cryptid sighting – something she referred to as “the white monster”. Timothy digs up some newspaper articles about other white creatures in Ohio, while Alison presents some articles about letters from beyond. Finally, Timothy tells about his sleep paralysis experience on the Solstice.

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