In December 2013, we filmed an episode in Manor, TX which we entitled “Santa Claws”. This private residence had reported claims of a girl roaming the upstairs hallway, a woman’s unseen voice dictating in the kitchen and a piano that played itself along with other malicious claims. During our investigation, Mark had been physically attacked by something unknown to us. We knew at this point, the activity was in a different realm. One year later, the home became too much to handle. The family called us back after their son reported seeing a tall, black shadow figure with “glowing red eyes”. Seeking help, we invited local clairvoyant Ed Carter to revisit the property with us. He performed a cleansing to rid the home of the negative energy. Here is the unreleased footage of that cleansing, along with newly documented EVP’s that will send shivers down your spine. Happy Haunting. The Original investigation from 2013 done at the home: Season 1 – “Santa Claws”
The first day of filming Season 2 began today. We took a drive down to Gatesville, TX to do some research and begin taping interviews. Everything is going great so far, and we are so excited to be making new episodes again.
What an amazing and strange year it has been. We have gone from from haunted mom & pop pizza parlors, to hurricane ravaged hotels, to tracking down a long since deceased axe murderer. We couldn’t be happier with how our first season of Strange Town has turned out, and we can’t wait to experience what next year has to offer and share with our fans the locations we have planned for Season 2 of Strange Town. Happy Haunting. Stay connected and keep up to date with the latest news by following us on Facebook or Twitter. All past and future episodes can be found on our YouTube channel.
Leading up to our Halloween Night Marathon on KLRU-Q are a couple of news publication interviews focusing on Strange Town and the upcoming Television release Austin American Statesman In new series, Austin hosts check out haunted sites “Rather than checking out the same ol’ spooky movies for the umpteenth time this Halloween, head on over to one of KLRU’s digital subchannels to check out something new.” Austin Monthly Magazine Stranger Than Fiction “Local paranormal investigation show Strange Town is scheduled for an eerie marathon this Halloween”
Halloween is just around the corner and that means that Strange Town will be hitting the airwaves, and if you live in Central Texas will be coming to a TV near you! And to kick-off this Halloween Marathon the Austin American Statesman interviewed is about the occasion. Read this great article about Strange Town and KLRU-TV here. Halloween Night Marathon with KLRU-Q/PBS featuring Strange Town: “The Lovelorn Lady” – Hotel Galvez Investigation – 8:55pm &12;55am “Slice of the Past” & “The Living Inn” – Austin Pizza Garden/Austin’s Inn at Pearl St Investigation – 9:25pm &1:25am “Ghosts of Hotel Past” – The Magnolia Hotel Investigation – 9:55pm & 1:55am KLRU-Q Broadcast channel 18.3. Grande on 284 and Time Warner on 20.
We investigate the most haunted building in Seguin, TX, the Magnolia Hotel. This 170-year-old establishment first opened its doors to weary travelers in 1844 and since then has experienced many tragedies and deaths within its walls and is said to be inhabited by 13 unsettled spirits. Which ones will we encounter? Watch this special two-part episode to find out. Be sure and visit the episode page to find out more information about this episode and location. If you want to receive up-to-date information, you can do so by following us on Facebook , Twitter, or subscribe to our Youtube channel to be be informed of new releases