June 15, 2021
No clever title, no puns. Season one finale! (Subject to change.)
Port Gamble: a town of ghosts, mills, and tales, now a tourist hot spot.
I may take a two week hiatus or so after this. I'll be back with season two! For now, I hope you give a listen this longer episode that covers everything from the founding of this town, which is on the National Historic Places register; its ghosts; ending with the history of the people who were actually here first: S'Klallam.
I have visited Port Gamble, and plan to return. I didn't know about the ghosts at the time! Many photos I'll share on my IG are photos I took, unless otherwise stated.
Stay tuned for what comes next, and thanks for listening. Please share.
Paranormal Pete: Port Gamble Paranormal, Haunted Places in the Northwest, Port Gamble
S'Klallum tribe: History - Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe (pgst.nsn.us)
Those are some of my sources, plus my own visit. Also Kitsap Daily News,, Only in your state DOT com, and wander with wonder DOT com.
June 11, 2021
It's a wild west ghost town, complete with a saloon murder, axe murders, unsolved murders, three fires, a rail road, and a school house left standing.
Oh, and three people still live there.
This is a quick story about Govan, WA.
I'm still blaming mercury retrograde for my flubs, and the fact I'm having to do a lot more sound editing in post, suddenly, for reasons I can't figure out, yet. Oh well.
June 7, 2021
He was everything and nothing, to everyone. Considered full of kaka by many, yet he was so charming and intelligent, they didn't care. They were smitten.
Perhaps they just couldn't comprehend the world Comte de Saint-Germain lived in, and had lived in...and would live in.
That's right. I had to dive deeper into the man who, whether he's a vampire or not, has managed to become immortal, nonetheless.
Join me for the further adventures of Comte de Saint-Germain, which include meeting the one and only Casanova. (Who was clearly smitten.)
Sources wikipedia, sources from last episode, and liveabout.com
June 4, 2021
Comte de St. Germain (Count of Saint Germain.)
Jacques St. Germain.
Were they the same man? Both were gifted in the ways of music, conversation, wealth, linguistics...and alchemy.
The problem is, one existed in Louis XV's court. The other? New Orleans in the 1900s.
Yet they both claimed to have been in places 500 years prior. Even to have spoken to Cleopatra.
Then, there's Richard Chanfray.
Dear listeners, I'm asking you a question: do you believe in vampires? You might, after this.
June 1, 2021
Tracy Olajide, Tammy Pipe, and Victoria Younker.
Found dead, Canada, 1995.
They are connected, and the case is cold. They are also not the first to be murdered, after disappearing from Vancouver. You've heard of Pickton, perhaps?
It wasn't him, this time. The frightening truth is, there are likely several abusive, murdering people there, who target women down on their luck.
This is the case of the Valley Murders, or "Hemlock Valley Murders."
May 28, 2021
A listener tale sends me down a mini rabbit hole, in which I can't make my mouth work. Mercury retrograde, I'll blame it on that, and not my tongue.
This episode deals with a type of UFO, me not being drunk but wishing I had that excuse, and a good laugh at my expense. I swear I make a semi-comeback towards the end, so hang in there.
My next tee-shirt creation should have something to do with my vocal flubs...hmm.