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Ghost Church by Jamie Loftus

iHeartPodcasts and Cool Zone Media
Society & Culture

In this limited series, Jamie Loftus investigates and interrogates American spiritualism, a century-old tradition of communing with the dead that takes place in camps full of mediums across the country. Who is drawn to these camps, how did the religion come together, and why are the tarot card readers and the seance-havers fighting? Ghost Church is a look at grief, religion, and loneliness, with on-site reporting and interviews with everyone from spiritualist psychics to Protestant pastors to a very lonely carnival employee.


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Latest Episodes

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a year ago

In the final episode of Ghost Church (for now), Jamie befriends a Cassadaga medium, reads a manifesto, and looks backwards and ahead to where American spiritualism goes from here. Thank you for listening, and abolish the Supreme Court bitch. more

a year ago

This week, Jamie takes a look at the second wave of spiritualism in the United States through American Spiritualism's most famous schism -- believer Arthur Conan Doyle versus skeptic Harry Houdini over the mediumship (and yes, ectoplasm) of Mina Cran... more

a year ago


4.6 out of 5 stars from 675 ratings
  • Very entertaining and informative history podcast with a decent amount of humor

    Podcast Addict
    a year ago
  • I very much appreciate that Jamie isn't afraid to put spiritualism on the same level as other religions. But, as a former Christian I was disappointed by the one-sided description of Christianity. No need to bring one faith down to elevate another. My experience was different from Jamie's and I didn't hear it represented. Instead of condemnation, I was taught forgiveness. I am always sorry to hear some have had different experiences, but this podcast felt like it was trying to tear down the one... more

    a year ago
  • Thank you

    The universe brought this podcast to me in the weirdest way and I had no idea that this space in OKC where I attended classes for spiritual things was actually teaching a wholeass religion. Thank you for bringing light to this.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • There’s no “there” there

    Go ahead and skip this one. Yes, it’s clearly a cult. Are they dangerous? Not likely. It’s just a bunch of crazy old people scamming tourists.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Transparent as…a ghost?

    This narrative, yet intentionally factual podcast is worth the listen. I spent many years living in the big city close to Cassadega. There are definitely things people assume, and things people do that are cruel because they don’t share the same beliefs, and possibly some crumbs of truth. Yes, there have been many who assume the same postures as the Fox sisters and their ilk who have been exposed as grifters and charlatans. This is also true of people in all of the major world religions and, arg... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago

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