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The Bone Collector

The Bone Collector

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I collect “bones”. Stories and legends that put a twist on everything you were taught in school. I’m talking about everything from history people and events to ghost stories, murders and their cover-ups. Each show is something different, and I guarantee nothing you’ve heard before.

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During the Halloween season, ghost stories are expected and enjoyed. What's better than a couple stories from right here in Rochester. A suicided prisoner haunts the cells of the old jail. Bricks were once thrown by a specter in a... more

The 66th anniversary of James Dean's tragic death was September 30th, killed in a horrific car crash with a horrible curse. On this week's episode of the Bone Collector...

It was one of the most sensational murder trials in US history. On August 4, 1892, Andrew and Sarah Borden were found in pools of their own blood, the victims of an axe-wielding fiend. From the get go, Andrew's daughter Lizzie was the... more

Out of the eleven lakes in the New York's Finger Lakes regions, three have legends of sea serpents that have been passed down through the generations. Join me for this all new episode this Friday night.

A witch doctor lived on a hillside in Steuben, NY, while a man named Frogleg peddled watercress on the streets of Rochester. And an amazing and strange fossil is found under a house in Seneca Falls. Oddities and Weird...what a great... more

After a short hiatus, I'm back. All new tonight, it's all about the weird, the odd and the paranormal here in Western New York and around our region.

Is the Olympic Stadium cursed for failure by a feudal shogunate? Are there other ghosts in the host city with ties to the games? With the opening ceremony of the 2021 Olympic Games tonight at 730pm, tune in before and find out what... more

It started with the brutal murders of Pearl Bryan and her unborn child in 1896 at what was once a slaughter house. Mobsters used the area for God knows what. Finally, the owner of the Latin Quarter (which is now Bobby Mackey's) had his... more

Last week in part 1, I talked about the history and spirits of the Historic Palmyra main museum. In this week's new episode, it is the ghosts of Sybil and Holly at the William Phelps General Store that take the stage

Historic Palmyra shares history spanning almost 200 years throughout five buildings, bringing history alive with their exhibits and themed rooms. But at night, while the rest of the world sleeps the spirits have run of the place. Sybil... more

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