Dear John Dearborn

“I’ve missed her so much…” In this SEASON FINALE, John Dearborn, the murderer who gave Murder Street its name, calls the Carroll Sisters from prison. As it turns out, though, he’s not the only one trying to make contact. 

WARNING: Episode may contain mentions of violence or trauma. Listener discretion is advised.

Dear V & Adam

“I find it unforgivable that you would even put that idea out there...” Adam confronts family and reconnects with old friends. V has a strong intuition about who attacked her. Meg lays out her new theory about the Murder House and surprises MK with a secret message.  

WARNING: Episode may contain mentions of violence or trauma. Listener discretion is advised.

Dear Melody

“I feel where my own voice clawed up my throat...” In a direct response to Sue, the Sober Motorist, Melody finally breaks her silence. Also, Meg interviews a controversial scholar about alchemy, the occult, and John Donne. The revelations leave the Carroll Sisters as divided as ever.

WARNING: Episode may contain mentions of violence or trauma. Listener discretion is advised.

Dear Sober Motorist (Part 4)

“I knew that sound--that high, hollow screaming...” In her final messages of Season 1, the Sober Motorist describes a late-night incident that left her and the rest of her dorm scared sleepless. Also, in a moment of self-reflection, she proudly gets something off her chest.

WARNING: Episode may contain mentions of violence or trauma. Listener discretion is advised.

Dear Worried Mom-To-Be

“You can hear that, right?” An expectant mother shares troubling audio from her most recent ultrasound. Meg breaks down the little known lore on nephilim (human-angel hybrids). MK ponders the mysteries of genetics and the marvels of human evolution. ALSO, the Sober Motorist picks up an unexpected and unwelcome passenger.

WARNING: Episode may contain mentions of violence or trauma. Listener discretion is advised.



Dear Lost at the Lofts

“There’s no evidence she’s even a real girl…” A mother calls in with concerns about her children’s imaginary friend. Meg talks about the first time she went to prom and the last time she saw her ghost friend, John Thomas. Also, Cryptic Dick returns with some constructive criticism.

This is a special crossover episode with Haunted Happenstance. Find the show here on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

Dear Ambrose & Adam

“We can equip ourselves with the necessities: like pepper spray and flashlights, salt, crucifixes, stakes…” In light of the recent break-in at the Murder House, Ambrose reaches out to his childhood best friend, Adam, and proposes a plan to keep the neighborhood safe. Meg and MK explain how the show has become part of an official police investigation. ALSO, the Sober Motorist makes a new friend.


WARNING: Episode may contain mentions of violence or trauma. Listener discretion is advised.

Dear Restless Husband

“I have tried speaking to the authorities…” Meg thinks a ghost called into the show. MK says it’s a prank. While they argue over the validity of the Restless Husband’s message, the two also discuss spiritualism, EVPs, and Houdini. Additionally, the sisters receive a distressing voicemail from V, the current resident of the Murder House.

WARNING: Episode may contain mentions of violence or trauma. Listener discretion is advised.

Dear V

“None of this should be possible, right?” The current resident of the Murder House finds something puzzling behind the walls. She reaches out to the Carroll Sisters for answers. Also, Meg and MK think back on the night that changed them and their neighborhood forever--but their stories, strangely, don’t seem to match up.

WARNING: Episode may contain mentions of violence or trauma. Listener discretion is advised. 

Dear Sober Motorist (Part 3)

“Nobody else would go anywhere near her--except me…” The Sober Motorist’s mission to help Melody is still fraught with danger, mystery, and frat boys. The Carroll Sisters, with the assistance of the smartest person they know, try like hell to make sense of it all.

WARNING: Episode may contain mentions of violence or trauma. Listener discretion is advised.

Dear Adam

“I’ve tried to put this ghost crap behind me…” In this MID-SEASON FINALE, for the first time in over a decade, the Carroll Sisters hear from Adam. He grew up next door in the Murder House and survived the fire that burnt it down--but that wasn’t the end of his horror story. Strange troubles follow Adam wherever he goes, even across oceans. In addition, Meg and MK are caught off guard by a live call from a distressed friend, the Sober Motorist. She’s at a frat party when things go from fun and flirty to really freakin’ scary.

WARNING: Episode may contain mentions of violence or trauma. Listener discretion is advised.