Episode 97: Last of the Killer Ghosts // The Parlangua

Patrice, Marleah and Courtney drink liquid Denial, and talk hitchhikers, mystery, swamp things and scary hybrids.

Last of the Killer Ghosts //

Patrice wraps up her tall-tales of ghosts haunting Southwest Louisana in a question to our listeners….where is the house that plays the main character in these tales located?

The Parlangua //

Is there a creature haunting the Louisiana swamp? Does the Louisiana swamp need any more scary creatures in it? And for God’s sake, what ate Bessie????



The Denial Rye

By Bartender Courtney


  • 2-1/2 oz rye whiskey
  • 3/4 oz fresh lemon juice
  • 3/4 oz fresh orange juice
  • 1 tsp grenadine
  • 1 tsp Mary Cherry brandy juice
  • Mary Cherries for garnish


  • Place rye whiskey, lemon juice, orange juice, Mary Cherry juice and grenadine in a cocktail shaker. Add two handfuls of ice and shake until cold.
  • Strain the drink into cocktail glass. Garnish with cherry.
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2 responses to “Episode 97: Last of the Killer Ghosts // The Parlangua”

  1. Chance Bryant Avatar
    Chance Bryant

    Hello all!

    I took a listen to episode 97. I really enjoyed it, especially the story of the three killer ghost brothers. I went to look up where their house is. I couldn’t find anything so I looked up the brothers.

    The Skeleton, The Prisoner, and The Traveler only came up with one concrete source. Disney’s Haunted Mansion ride. Those names are “The Hitchhikers” from the ride.

    I think someone made up a story using those characters.

    Anyways, I live in South Louisiana so I would love to find the cemetery and house. But, I don’t think they exist.

    1. Patrice Avatar

      Hi Chance! YES!!! It was all a good “ghost” story! 😉 I’m sure there are plenty of old Louisiana/Mississippi haunts that will fit the bill of being abandoned and on an old desolate road. @southern_girl_dreaming and @diaryof_abandonment are great IG accounts to follow if you love the old southern backroad haunts aesthetic as we do!

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