Twice each week, legend hunter, author, and historian Jeff Belanger and radio host Ray Auger explore the ghosts, monsters, aliens, folklore, history, roadside oddities, true crime, and legends of New England in this award-winning podcast. If you give us about twenty minutes, we’ll give you something strange to talk about today. The bizarre is closer than you think!
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In Episode 337 Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger take a drive to the intersection of Routes 35 and 5 in Lynchville, Maine, to see a unique road sign giving directions to places like: Norway, Paris, Denmark, Naples, Sweden, Poland, Mexico, Peru, and China –... more
Welcome to New England Legends From the Vault – FtV Episode 48 – Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger explore the Boston Molasses Disaster of January 15, 1919, that left 21 people dead and 150 injured. What happened and why? Could it have been avoided? This e... more
In Episode 336 Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger search for ghosts at the historic Chase House in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Built in 1762 by Stephen Chase, it’s been a private residence, then an orphanage, a private home again, and now a museum. With so m... more
Jeff and Ray give life and color to the historical oddities in New England! As a Southerner, I appreciate the tales from my northern friends. New England one of my favorite destinations and with many trips under my belt I’ve been able to visit a few of these legend locations!! Thank you guys! Great job
I started watching Jeff Belanger years ago on the New England Legends tv series. I've since followed him on social media and have seen him in various other shows and YouTube videos. As a person from New England and a lover of the strange, scary, and unusual, I think Jeff Belanger has been a great story teller on a lot of historical events that you may have heard of, and many you may not have. He is funny, witty, charming, friendly, smart, and is a pleasure to listen to.
Jeff and Ray are like old time radio show creators. They use sound effects and great story telling to keep the listener interested.
Jeff has the most beautiful knack of telling our New England legends in a way that just rivets you. If you are a New Englander, like myself, or just a fan of great storytelling, you owe it to yourself to give Jeff a listen!
Particularly for New England of course, but Jeff and Ray are the GOATS of their corner of the folklore world
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