This Episode of That Sounds Terrifying explores cemeteries and eerie legends with mysterious family histories. Hosts Nick and Jess are joined by special guest Christine Green who shares a tale from her family's past. She recounts her family's tradition of exploring cemeteries, tending to gravestones, and an ominous discovery they make. Nick unveils the legendary tale of the “White Lady” from Rochester, New York. Jess delves into some of the allure of the cemeteries of Sleepy Hollow and a connection to some good fortune. Join Nick, Jess, and Christine as they navigate the cemetery shadows, uncovering secrets that refuse to stay buried in the tenth episode of That Sounds Terrifying.
More About Christine Green
Christine is editor at (585) magazine. Before that, she tried her hand at archaeology, housekeeping, and grant writing. She enjoys writing fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. When she isn’t writing she is gardening or practicing yoga.
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