7. Two Haunted California Highways

Matt has spent far too many hours of his life driving on two California roads – Highway 152 between Monterey and Fresno, and Highway 246 in Santa Barbara County. Turns out that his commute time should have been way more interesting than it actually was. Now he feels a bit cheated. He’ll tell you why in this episode.

This episode was written by Matthew Armstrong with music by Matthew Armstrong and production assistance from Kaylia Metcalfe.

A transcript of this episode is available here.

Show Notes:

In honor of creepy “Women in White” stories connected to a highway that runs past a reservoir, we decided to feature a photo of that reservoir with a woman who never wears white for this blog post.

Actual makeup of CA geography

Highway 152

Highway 246

San Luis Reservoir

Ohlone Tribe

Salinan Tribe

Joaquin Murrieta

Sylvia Brown

One of the many reasons we don’t like Sylvia Brown

Antoinette May

Casa De Fruta

Monks, Franciscans vs Jesuits

Mission San Juan Bautista

Hecker Pass

Andre Firebaugh / Community of Firebaugh

La Lechuza

Santa Ynez Chumash

Point Conception

Sources:

Gilroy Dispatch: 

Weird Fresno: 

Dangerousroads.org: 

Backpackerverse: 

NPR:

Haunted Honeymoon: 


My Haunted Life, Too:

Other references

Brunvand, Jan Harold. 1981. The Vanishing Hitchhiker – American Urban Legends & Their Meaning. W. W. Norton & Company, New York, NY. 

May, Antoinette. 1990. Haunted Houses of California. Wide World Publishing, San Carlos, California. 
Senate, Richard. 1986. Ghosts of the Haunted Coast. Pathfinder Publishing, Channel Islands, California.

Music in this episode was preformed by Matt Armstrong.

If you have a story about a ghost, some bit of folklore, or anyting else you want to share, please contact me.

Photo credit: Wood photo created by wirestock – www.freepik.com

Published by kayliametcalfe

Queer,loudmouth,skeptical-agnostic-pagan,book addict,coffee lover,wine drinker, SAHM,writer,editor,producer,podcaster. -She/her

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