🎧 Betwixt the Sheets • 41m
How long have people believed in ghosts?
Eleanor Janega is back Betwixt the Sheets with Kate to tell us why you should always stand up to ghosts and why you might be visited by a woman with frogs sucking on her body.
From improper burials to resentful visitors, they delve into people’s beliefs in ghosts and how they have changed through history.
*WARNING there are naughty words and adult topics in this episode*
Produced by Charlotte Long and Sophie Gee. Mixed by Sophie Gee.
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