#40 True Spooky Stories of Pittsburgh
Throw on your onesie, crack that bottle and hunker down! Welcome to the first ever True Spooky Stories of Pittsburgh! What is it? It is pretty much the same as Marta On The Move, only thing is, people are wearing Pj’s (including the guests) and it is usually a live audience!
I started these in my home just for the fun of getting folks together to relax and take in an interactive show. There won’t be a ton of them,(probably once or twice a year) so eat it up while you can!
We chat on this episode about the history of Pittsburgh, and why it is all well and good to remember the good history, it is just as important to remember the not so good. TRUE spooky stories of Pittsburgh coming right up! You will LOVE this podcast.
John will be back on (because we had that great a time) for another PPP next year, if not sooner. Stay tuned later in the month for Leslie Gray the Steel City Medium who joined us later in the evening to chat about all things Psychic. It got very, very interesting!
Check out John’s website HERE! Plus don’t forget to check out True Spooky Stories Part II that released a year later 😉
A massive thank you to my hubby and to Rob Larson at www.roblarsonphoto.com for snapping the photos and engaging the show!
Podcast episode is brought to you by Sipes and Son and Pittsburgh Winery!
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