2018 Edition Shirts – Coming SOON!

We are getting more shirts made for this year from our friends at Kong Screen Printing! We want to be sure and get enough of the correct sizes. If you think you might be interested in purchasing a 2018 Edition shirt, please fill out this anonymous survey. Thanks! https://goo.gl/forms/NDyJM3WdxH5GxPLr2 The shirts are a pre-shrunk Tri-Blend and tend to fit a little small. The fabric color is “Vintage Black”, and the screenprint is white with green lettering. Here is a link to the shirts being used: https://www.nextlevelapparel.com/…/mens-tri-blend-crew… These will be ready in time for you to purchase at our Magnolia Public Investigation this February!

Happy New Years! (2018)

2017 has been a fun and interesting year for sure! A big thanks to the Haunted Magnolia Hotel Seguin, Texas where we continued our always exciting public investigations throughout the year. One instance there we captured video evidence that got picked up and played across several major news stations in the USA, the clip even got discussed by Coast to Coast AM and Disclose.tv to name a few. We had a nice write-up about our upcoming Season 3 in the The Daily Texan , got interviewed by UpLateAustin , and was given the opportunity to host KLRU-TV, Austin PBS‘s night of spooky programming on Halloween night! This year Strange Town began a new live investigation streaming series – “Undead Live”, which has been tremendously fun to do, and we have been excited to hear the feedback from our viewers. The biggest thanks of course goes out to YOU, and all of our subscribers and followers. Your support means so much to us, and we really love bringing everyone new paranormal content to watch and be a part of! We are looking forward to the New Year, and we hope 2018 brings good fortune and happiness to all! Happy New Year, and Happy Haunting From Strange Town, Billy Driver & Mark Morrow

Strange Town to host Spooky Night of Shows on KLRU

This Halloween Night on KLRU-Q, starting just before 8pm Billy and Mark will be your hosts’ guiding you through this night of spooky shows, leading up to their spookiest episode of Strange Town at 11:30pm. Birth Of The Living Dead at 7:59 pm In 1968 George A. Romero directed Night of the Living Dead, a low budget horror film that shocked the world, became an icon of the counterculture, and spawned a zombie industry worth billions of dollars that continues to this day. Birth of the Living Dead shows how Romero gathered an unlikely team of Pittsburghers to shoot a revolutionary guerrilla-style film that went on to become a cinematic landmark, offering a profound insight into how our society worked in a singular time in American history. Secrets of the Dead Vampire Legend at 8:55 pm Follow scientists as they uncover “deviant” burials dating back to medieval England, pointing to a belief that the dead could rise from their graves. Predating Eastern European legend, these discoveries force a re-examination of modern vampire lore. Frankenstein & The Vampyre at 9:55 pm A fascinating exploration of one of the most significant moments in gothic history – the night when Mary Shelley, Lord Byron and their cohorts gathered together at Lake Geneva to tell ghost stories and the night when Frankenstein and the modern vampire were born. Haunted Texas: Peyton Colony at 10:50 pm A half hour visual exploration into the history of Peyton Colony, Texas in the Texas Hill Country. Going back in time the program introduces you to the people and places that existed in Peyton Colony also known as Freedman’s Colony, a settlement established by former slaves after the Civil war. Strange Town  Bridge To The Other Side at 11:20 pm Legend goes that a man was hung from the Moore’s Crossing bridge in Austin, TX. It is said that at Midnight you can see him hanging from the highest crossbeam, with the woman he loved watching from below. Strange Town visited the bridge and stayed late into the night to see for themselves whether or not this long standing tale holds any truth. Strange Town Old Yoakum Hospital at 11:29 pm Once a thriving hospital to the city of Yoakum, it now sits abandoned for the last two decades. Stories have surfaced of a mysterious blue nun and dark shadows appearing down hallways along with children spirits running within the walls of this building. Wait until you see what energies Mark and Billy of Strange Town encounter! HOW TO WATCH: Over the air: 18.3 Grande: 284 Spectrum: 20 and 1268 Google: 77 Suddenlink: 143

Up Late Austin with host Jake

Tonight is the night! Tune your television to “Up Late Austin” where Billy and Mark will be interviewed live by Jake, about all things paranormal and ghost investigating in Texas! Do not miss the show tonight Oct. 9th at 10pm CDT. Spectrum Ch 16 or UVerse Ch 99 – in Austin Don’t have cable or you live out of town? No problem. Watch it on your computer streaming LIVE! At 10pm. Click the direct link below at 10pm Central time and click play on Channel 16 https://vp.telvue.com/preview?id=T02123&video=144540 https://www.facebook.com/UpLateAustinWithJake/

Strange Town on TV Every Tuesday of October

Starting today until Halloween, our marathon on KLRU-Q begins with the Clay Pit episode at 9pm CDT in Central Texas. You can also catch all our episodes on PBS’ website and digital platforms like Roku or Apple TV. Happy Haunting! Tune-in Tonight to KLRU-Q to watch back-to-back Strange Town! Over the air: 18.3 Grande: 284 Spectrum: 20 and 1268

The Buzz Continues

Our most recent video of a mist captured at the Magnolia Hotel, continues to spread across the internet! It feels incredible to have our work seen by so many viewers across the internet – over 80,000 in the first 24-hours! The video first got traction by capturing the attention of KSAT 12 ABC San Antonio, and KPRC 2 NBC Houston. The video was then picked up but nationally broadcast radioshow Coast to Coast AM, Disclose.tv, and the Ghost Hunters on Syfy Channel. This evidence has become our most viewed clip, reaching 160K+ views in the first week! More information about the hotel can be learned by watching our full episode about the Magnolia Hotel.

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