Fabled Collective explores mysteries, legends, myths, lore, ghosts, and fairy tales. Investigation of these tales of woe often reveal grim details that have been long hidden in the dark corners of history. Every story is a mix of both fact and fiction, and so are our episodes. We'll tell you a story, and then we'll tell you the truth. And to be perfectly honest, sometimes even our best fiction isn't as riveting as the facts.
Snow White is a timeless fairy tale that has captured the hearts of audiences for generations, and its magical narrative continues to inspire and resonate with people of all ages. From the original Brothers Grimm version to Disney's beloved adaptation, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs weaves a spellbinding narrative of love, friendship, and the triumph of goodness over evil. With its classic themes of good vs. evil, love, and o...
The mysteries surrounding the disappearances of five people between 1945-1950 in what is called the Bennington Triangle are both bizarre and terrifying. And their connection to one of the most talented horror writers of the era makes them even more strange.
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We often don’t think about God until the day the devil thinks about us. When things are going great, we go about life in a state of flow, but when something tragic happens to us—or to the world—it stops us dead in our tracks. And even if we don’t think of ourselves as religious, many of us will try prayer when all else seems to fail.
And nothing is more terrifying than the idea of demonic possession. Because not only has the devil t...
Why are people afraid of dolls? Is it their likeness to something real—their fake smiles and glassy, still eyes? Is it their lack of animation or the way they seem to watch you no matter where you move? For some of us, dolls are just downright creepy. But some dolls may actually possess something otherworldly behind those innocent stares. Something evil.
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The Old Charleston Jail, located in downtown Charleston, South Carolina is a sight to see if you're ever in low country. Nestled between neighborhoods and on the outskirts of the posh historic district, the jail looks horrifyingly out of place. Across the street, an apartment building with children playing on the green has this large fortress for a view. In this area, the horrifying past of Charlestonians from long ago literal...
The previous episode was on Bonaventure Cemetery. I wanted to share a little more about the notable graves and the stories attached to them should you ever make your way to the hauntingly beautiful, oak-arm-cradled cemetery.
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One can hardly mention visiting Savannah without someone recommending they tour what's arguably one of the most hauntingly beautiful cemeteries in the country—Bonaventure Cemetery. With its stunning oak-lined walkways, lacy Spanish moss, and azaleas in abundance, Bonaventure feels more like a garden than a cemetery.
Buried beneath its lovely surface lies a fascinating history. Let's journey to Bonaventure in Savannah, Geor...
In this bite-sized episode of Fabled Collective, we'll delve into three strange hauntings that will remind you how bizarre life (and death) can be.
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The king of gothic literature, Edgar Allan Poe, poured his life and heart into his tales. Everything he struggled with, all the sadness and madness, nightmares and loves appeared on his pages. Of all his stories, "The Black Cat" stands out as a warning—perhaps from Poe himself—beyond the grave.
Find the full story here. https://www.ibiblio.org/ebooks/Poe/Black_Cat.pdf
Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is often said to be the little Switzerland of America because of its mountainous terrain and winding streets. It’s also been called “The Magic City” and “The Stairstep Town” because of its unique legends and design. There are no traffic lights, and no two streets intersect at the typical 90-degree angle. It’s considered a hidden gem tucked away in the Ozark Mountains. But beneath its charming façade, lies ...
In this mini-episode, I share a more personal experience about what I'm learning from researching my family tree. My ancestors have taught me so much over the past few weeks. I hope this episode inspires you to research your own family and discover the stories they have to tell.
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In 1284, Hamelin was an important place for trade. Nestled beside the Weser River, Hamelin was home to lots of commerce, and the city thrived. Everything was going well until the city began to have an infestation of rats. The small, destructive creatures ravaged the town until one day, a mysterious piper emerged with a promise to lure the rats into the river with a song.
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Should you ever find yourself walking along a marsh or swamp in the darkest hour of the night, you may witness a haunting light over the still water. Over the centuries, it’s been called by many names—the French call it the feu follet, the English call it will-o’-the wisp or jack o’lanterns. No matter what you call it, one thing is clear—it’s the light of the wicked.
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On the isle of Hyde, all ghosts aren’t dead. Haunted by a past they fled and by a present so steeped in lore, truth can scarcely be deciphered. If tomorrow promised of a world without social media, television, and distraction, would you take it? Would you become a ghost of Hyde?
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On December 10, 1909, a horrific triple homicide occurred at 401 W. Perry St. in the downtown district of Savannah, Georgia. That day Eliza Gribble and her daughter Carrie were found dead in their home. Another woman by the name of Maggie Hunter was also found in terrible shape but survived for three days. This is the story as we know it.
This episode is a little different. "Twice Dead" is a fictional short story that I recently finished and wanted to share with Fabled listeners.
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If you drive over the causeway from Savannah, Georgia to Tybee Island, you’ll notice a small lighthouse in the Savannah River. It captured my interest the first time I saw it. Often times, the lighthouse is inaccessible from neighboring Cockspur Island. Residing near Fort Pulaski, the tiny lighthouse has a fascinating history. And maybe even a few ghosts.
The most horrible of monsters are those who prey on the weak, the sick. These angels of death strike when they're needed, when their patients cannot care for themselves. When medical professionals decide to harm, they turn their backs on all they’ve been taught. Such is the case of Jane Toppan, one of America’s first serial killers, who claimed to have murdered at least 31 people, perhaps as many as 100 from 1887-1901.
Emily Dickinson is one of most popular American poets of all time, but she didn't experience fame until after her death. This analysis of her poem "Tell all the truth but tell it slant" gives insight into her thoughts and understanding. Truth is a most rare thing.
In this unscripted episode, my husband and I take a stroll down memory lane and recount the most memorable haunted experiences we've had thus far.
If you'd like to know more about the places we discussed, check out:
Ep 1 -- Unitarian Cemetary Charleston, SC
Ep 14 -- The Sorrel-Weed House Savannah, GA
Ep 18 -- Haunted Ybor City, FL
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