If you haven’t listened to episode one of our new podcast Wheeling Haunts, then be sure to go check it out!
This week on the Wheeling Haunts podcast, Cassie and Alex head to Fulton to learn more about some frightening experiences that local resident Rachael Schmitt experienced in her childhood home. She shares several spooky encounters from tame to downright frightening. They also sit down with WVU history professor William Hal Gorby to learn more about the history of Fulton and try to make connections related to Rachael’s experience.
Want to hear the full story? Listen to the Wheeling Haunts Episode Two: Fulton Frights.
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About Wheeling Haunts
Wheeling Haunts is a new podcast produced by Wheeling Heritage Media. Each Monday in October, a new episode will be released featuring a different Wheeling home that has some spooky history attached to it. You can listen right here on Weelunk, or wherever you get your podcasts.
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If you want even more spooky details, then subscribe to the Wheeling Haunts VIP Listener Club. VIP Listeners will receive early access to the podcast each week, plus access to exclusive video content, podcast merch, and special discounts at the Wheeling Artisan Center Shop! For this first episode, you’ll get to watch a behind-the-scenes video featuring some of the interesting design details from inside the Phillips McLure House. It’s just $25 to become a VIP listener! Sign up here!
Do you have chilling tales from your own home in Wheeling? We want to hear about it! Leave us a voicemail for your chance to be featured on an upcoming episode of the Wheeling Haunts podcast. Click here to leave us a voicemail.
This week’s episode was supported, in part, by our friends at the Wheeling Symphony Orchestra. Help support the arts in Wheeling by checking out some of the WSO’s upcoming events and performances. Learn more about American Stories: WSO’s 2022-2023 season by visiting wheelingsymphony.com.
• Wheeling Heritage Media creates a variety of multimedia experiences in order to tell Wheeling’s story, both past and present. Through videos, podcasts, photos, and more, they create content and provide digital access to help more people feel connected and engaged with this vibrant, growing community