Cole and I lose our heads sharing creepy stories of ghost animals missing their heads! (or even other body parts)
TRIGGER WARNING: Ghost animals are most often dead animals. If they’re missing their heads, they obviously died a gruesome death! Though no animals were harmed during the making of this episode, we will be dancing around suggestions of animal cruelty or mutilation.
Discussed are spooky tales of a ghost cow with a detached floating head, a frozen ghost chicken in London, haunted slaughterhouses, headless phantom dogs, a man who turned into a flaming turkey, mountain lion taxidermies coming to life, and even a cursed skeleton of a freakin’ donkey!
As this episode was already dead on arrival, we also consistently deviate into movie tangents, random biology lectures, and cringy jokes which will make the listener’s head fall off!
Huge THANK YOU!!! to Cole Herrold for doing amazing research and digging up so many obscure stories about such a specific weird-ass topic!
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Elliott O’Donnell (2006): Animal Ghosts Or Animal Hauntings and the Hereafter. IndyPublish
Darren Zenko (2004): Ghost Stories of Pets and Animals. Ghost House Books
Andrew Gable (2012): The Mystery Animals of Pennsylvania. cfz
Mary Beth Crain (2011): Haunted Pet Stories: Tales Of Ghostly Cats, Spooky Dogs, And Demonic Bunnies. Globe Pequot
Conrad & Burgess (2017): The Headless Dog: and Other Extraordinary Far-Fetched True Tales of Central Pennsylvania. Salem Swamp Press
Tom Ogden (2014): Haunted Colleges and Universities: Creepy Campuses, Scary Scholars, and Deadly Dorms. Globe Pequot