Got Ghosts?

GOT GHOSTS? “The hosts of Strange Town give us the lowdown on the city’s otherworldly side. Although Halloween is celebrated once a year, that doesn’t mean it’s the only time when the dearly departed come out to play. For Austin’s paranormal investigators Mark Morrow and Billy Driver, seeking out the supernatural is a daily event, and their expertise landed them a series on PBS in 2014.” The October edition of Austin Monthly magazine features an 8-page spread about the ghosts and haunts in Austin, TX. Strange Town is the feature of this section, and provide a Q&A session with the author. You can pick up a copy of the magazine all month long in stores in Austin, TX. Or read the digital version here.

Ep.8 – The Clay Pit

We are the first team to ever investigate The Clay Pit, and our experience there only made us want to go back for more… In 1854, 8 years after Austin officially became the capitol of Texas, pioneer and merchant Rudolph Bertram had a limestone building constructed in what is now part of Downtown Austin. The building was used to house his general merchandising store and to provide his family a living quarters upstairs. Much tragedy has occurred within the walls of this building, many of which can still be sensed. Today, its home to a popular contemporary Indian restaurant – The Clay Pit It is no secret that the restaurant is said to be haunted. What is not known, however, is by whom or by what? Is it that a member of the Bertram family never fully left? Is the cellar inside haunted by the soul of a murdered woman nicknamed the Scarlet Lady? 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

Clay Pit – Season 2 Teaser

In 1854, 8 years after Austin officially became the capitol of Texas, pioneer and merchant Rudolph Bertram had a limestone building constructed in what is now part of Downtown Austin. The building was used to house his general merchandising store and to provide his family a living quarters upstairs. Much tragedy has occurred within the walls of this building, many of which can still be sensed. Today, its home to a popular contemporary Indian restaurant – The Clay Pit Season 2 begins in 4 DAYS ‪#‎StrangeTownCountDown‬

Strange Town in The News

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”  

Our Television Premiere Approaches…

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.

Strange Town and KLRU-TV

We are so excited to announce that Strange Town is going to be broadcast by KLRU-TV, Austin PBS! We will be making our television debut on Halloween night with two straight hours of Strange Town goodness. Find out how and when to watch by visiting the KLRU website. UPDATE: You can view all future Strange Town air-dates here. The Halloween Marathon schedule: Hotel Galvez Investigation – 8:55pm Austin Pizza Garden/Austin’s Inn at Pearl St Investigation – 9:25pm The Magnolia Hotel Investigation – 9:55pm KLRU-Q Broadcast channel 18.3. Grande on 284 and Time Warner on 20.  

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