The Pacific Northwest, the last unexplored corner of the continental U.S. that lured soldiers, seafarers, and women of the night, where the spirits of some still linger. In Washington, a gold miner's ghost prowls long forgotten streets, sealed under downtown Seattle. Port Townsend boasts the region's most haunted hotel, and a restless Jesuit priest, still searching for eternal peace. And in a Portland, Oregon, tavern a young woman called Rose lurks in the shadows, the victim of an unsolved murder.
© and (P)2003 The History Channel
Really well narrated. Granted, these Haunted History segments are short, but they are well-narrated, and filled with good audio sound effects. The Ghost of Rose...Begging for her life gave me chills! A great listen. Well worth the price!
I'm pretty sure this is actually just the audio portion of a tv spot--there are long stretches of music playing for no real reason except giving a show time to show spooky graphics, for instance--and it really doesn't hold up.
As for the stories themselves, let me save you the download: "A while back, there was a person here! We're going to tell you about them for 5-10 minutes. AND THEY'RE STILL HERE. We know because someone dropped a glass in a bar once."
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