In Conversation with Geraldine Sutton Stith

Listen to “In Conversation with Geraldine Sutton Stith” on Spreaker. Sixty five years ago, on the evening of August 21st, 1955, one of the seminal high strangeness events in Kentucky, and international history, would occur at a small farmhouse on the edge of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, at a place called Kelly. Tonight, we speak to Geraldine Sutton Stith, daughter of…

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Hellier Round Table Part 1 and 2

Listen to “Hellier Round Table Part 1” on Spreaker. Listen to “Hellier Round Table Part 2” on Spreaker. When paranormal docuseries, Hellier, released its critically acclaimed second season in late 2019, Somerset, Kentucky, was placed in the spotlight as a possible stomping ground for secret societies, ethereal entities, and subterranean alien beings. On tonight’s Midnight in Kentucky, we journey…

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The Somerset Connection

Listen to “The Somerset Connection” on Spreaker. When critically acclaimed high strangeness investigative docuseries, Hellier, released its second season in the winter of 2019, the paranormal and occult communities were set ablaze with the disturbing implications of just what dark and magickal goings on may be taking place in the hills and hollers of Kentucky. One town in the…

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Halloween Special

Listen to “Halloween Special” on Spreaker. Mercury is in retrograde again, the full moon has risen, and it’s HALLOWEEN IN KENTUCKY! Tonight, on this very special episode, we hear the stories of three Kentuckians with their own terrifying true tales of the paranormal in the Bluegrass. From unknown craft in the Commonwealth skies and unknown creatures on Kentucky’s waterways…

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Octavia Hatcher and the Ongoing Oddness in Eastern Kentucky

Listen to “Octavia Hatcher and the Ongoing Oddness in Eastern Kentucky” on Spreaker. Episode Description: The time: Midnight.  The place: The lost highways of eastern Kentucky.  You hear a baby crying from the hillside graveyard. A lost child? At this time of night? You’ve heard the folk tales. You know the stories. Yet, something still pulls you forward, dear…

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