KLRU NEXT Night: Strange Town Edition

Join us for the final NEXT Night of 2017, hosted by KLRU-TV and the Clay Pit! The Clay Pit is the haunted site of Episode 8, and where we’ll spend our spooky night with KLRU NEXT group! Billy and Mark will tell the many ghost tales of The Clay Pit, play scenes from our investigation of the Clay Pit and show guests exactly where each paranormal encounter happened around the building. We will have our paranormal gear on hand to teach everyone how they work and they are used to help search out the paranormal      Visit the Wineroom and Enjoy the Food Tour underneath the restaurant to the basement wineroom, if you dare – this is where many of the paranormal encounters have taken place over the years. Taste bites from the best Indian food in town – that also happens to be our venue for the night – The Clay Pit  We hope to see you there!! Tickets for the event can be purchased 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

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