During a trip to Canada during the Summer of 2016, Billy visited the Banff Springs Hotel in Alberta. While staying at the Hotel he conducted an investigation to seek out what entities what be permanetly residing in the hotel. Did he record the voice of the man who murdered his wife in what was once room 873? Did he capture proof of the paranormal claims surrounding the Banff Springs Hotel?
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Billy and Mark got the opportunity to have a very nice conversation with Mike Huberty of “See You On The Other Side” podcast. The premise of the podcast is that it’s a rock band’s journey into the afterlife, UFOs, entertainment, and weird science. Go more in depth with the Strange Town duo as they share some of their favorite EVP’s and stories from the locations they’ve investigated. Episode 99 – Strange Town: Billy Driver And Mark Morrow Talk Texas Ghost Hunting Mike Huberty’s band “Sunspot” also wrote a really cool song to go along with our interview: Sunspot – “Emma”
The public investigation at the Magnolia Hotel this past weekend was truly an unforgettable night for us, and we want to give huge thanks to the group that attended and stayed with us all night! I think it’s safe to say that the hotel spirits presented themselves to everyone in some form or another, and we gathered some truly remarkable evidence. Thanks again for coming, y’all made it an unforgettable night.
Happy Friday the 13th!! Here is a sneak peak of Mark on TONIGHTS episode of #Ghost Brothers. See the full show tonight on Destination America. <iframe width=”513″ height=”315″ src=”http://www.destinationamerica.com/embed/?page=37203″ frameborder=”0″></iframe>
This past weekend we attended the Ghost Tour at the Magnolia Hotel in Seguin, TX. It is a very informative and spooky experience, and we highly recommend that you go the first chance that you get. The owners of the hotel have preserved it beautifully and present it in a very entertaining way. If you want to attend a similar event, but with a more hands on “ghost hunting” approach, Strange Town is hosting a public paranormal investigation there this weekend, but tickets are selling fast so get them while you still can! http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2545417