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Common Mystics

If you enjoy creepy stories, road trips, haunted locations, history and mysteries… this is the podcast for you!!! Join psychic sisters Jennifer James and Jill Stanley on their adventures to uncover extraordinary stories in ordinary...more

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Episode 55

September 22, 2022

55: The Unfortunate Fate of Russian Bill in Tombstone, AZ

On this episode of Common Mystics Jen and Jill explore the iconic Old West town of Tombstone, AZ. The gunfights of long ago still echo in the streets and the ancient town structures reverberate with energy. Most notable of these structures is the Bird Cage Theater. Operating as a theater, saloon, gambling house and brothel throughout the 1880’s, the Bird Cage remains a hotbed of spiritual activity. But one spirit calls out to the sisters louder than the others: the ghost of Russian Bill. Hanged as a horse thief, Bill expresses strong feelings about his life and his legacy as an outlaw. Listen in now as Jen and Jill explain, from his own perspective, the Unfortunate Fate of Russian Bill. Support us on Patreon and get exclusive bonus content and monthly video calls with Jen & Jill!!! https://www.patreon.com/commonmystics ...

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Episode 54

September 08, 2022

54: Portal to Murder in Ridgeway, SC

This episode of Common Mystics is like no other, as Jen and Jill experience a portal through time. Reaching out from Dickinson, TX in 1955, spirit reveals the brutal slaying of Rubye McPherson, her son George McPherson and her mother Zola Norman. Murdered by a stranger, in cold blood, as they lie in their beds. Who would do such a thing.. and why? What would happen to the murderer?  And what is the connection between Ridgeway, SC and Dickinson, TX? Listen now to this unbelievable tale of tragedy and multigenerational heartbreak. Support us on Patreon and get exclusive bonus content and monthly video calls with Jen & Jill!!! https://www.patreon.com/commonmystics ...

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Episode 53

August 25, 2022

53: The Crash of Eastern Flight 212 in Charlotte, NC

On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill discuss the fatal crash of Eastern Flight 212 in Charlotte, NC in 1974. Seventy-two of the 82 people on board perished in a fiery blaze when the aircraft inexplicably smashed into the ground just shy of Douglas Airport. The DC-9 was well maintained and in working order. It's instruments? Functioning fine. The crew? Experienced and familiar with the aircraft. The weather? Good, except for some patchy fog. So... why on earth did the plane go down??? Listen in now as your favorite psychic sisters relate another amazing story from the road. Support us on Patreon and get exclusive bonus content and monthly video calls with Jen & Jill!!! https://www.patreon.com/commonmystics ...

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Episode 52

August 11, 2022

52: More Voices from the Road- Laura Jackson Arnold

On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill go back to the Civil War era to tell the surprising story of Laura Jackson Arnold. A Southern woman, she boldly supported the Union despite the disparate views of her community, her husband and her legendary brother Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson. So, how do you think that turned out? Tune in now for this inspiring story about standing up for your beliefs in the face of adversity and learn why Jen and Jill feel a kinship with Laura Jackson Arnold. Support us on Patreon and get exclusive bonus content and monthly video calls with Jen & Jill!!! https://www.patreon.com/commonmystics ...

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Episode 51

July 28, 2022

51: Local Heroes, Dirty Deeds in West Union, WV

On this episode of Common Mystics Jen and Jill zero in on the restless voices of the women wronged by two well known men in West Union, WV, in the 1800's.  The first, a prominent doctor and pillar of society. History remembers Dr. Charter for his compassionate care of the sick, Christian faith and local leadership. The second, a scoundrel turned saint. According to local legend, innkeeper Luke Jaco turned to God and began aiding runaway slaves after Dr. Charter saved him from death. The two men were linked in life. They are linked together still by similar secrets and dirty deeds.  Listen in now as the sisters burst through history and legend to honor the female voices of the abused, the demeaned, the nameless. Support us on Patreon and get exclusive bonus content and monthly video calls with Jen & Jill!!! https://www.patreon.com/commonmystics   ...

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Episode 50

July 14, 2022

50: Murder at the Polls in Hazlehurst, MS

On this episode of Common Mystics a champion for equality is shot dead at the ballot box in 1883 Mississippi.  John Prentiss "Print" Matthews seemed an unlikely hero for civil rights. Born to a wealthy slave holding family, he would go on to represent the political interests of both white and African American farmers in Copiah County during a divisive time. Reconstruction (1865-1877) had failed to secure equal rights for freedmen. By the 1880's, white supremacists had seized power and wielded it to intimidate those who would vote against their interests. But Print Matthews would not be intimidated. Listen in as Jennifer and Jill give voice to one man who stood up for equality in the face of terror.     Support us on Patreon and get exclusive bonus content and monthly video calls with Jen & Jill!!! https://www.patreon.com/commonmystics ...

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