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.9 – Tremont House

On this episode of Strange Town, we make a return trip to Galveston, TX. This time we are given the extremely rare opportunity to put our investigative skills to the test at the Tremont House. The Tremont House is an 119-room, Victorian-era style luxury hotel that occupies an entire block on the Strand District. The hotel has undergone 3 iterations – it has faced despair, fire, and one of the most disastrous hurricanes Texas has ever experienced. In its most current resurrection the Tremont House occupies the former Leon & H. Blum building – which acted as a mortuary after the great 1900 Hurricane struck the island. 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

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

New Episodes Begin This Month

Season 2 will kick-off in just over a week! Beginning September 11, episodes from the new season will start to be released online. A new episode will come out every two weeks leading up to Halloween. The location of each episode will be announced the Monday before each release. You can stay up to date with current news and episodes on this website or by following us on Facebook or Twitter.

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