Spooked V: Innocence Lost - Snap #526

It's an ALL-SCARY SNAP! Those who think they know things are especially surprised when they hear that scream in the night. We proudly present the most dreaded episode of the year, "Spooked V: Innocence Lost."

The Hum


Granny told him to keep the voices "secret." But the voices told him something else.

Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller


The Watery Grave


Snap’s own Eliza Smith was in bed one night when she felt someone in the room. He was cold, he was wet, and he was scared. And Eliza knew exactly who he was.
Producer: Julia DeWitt with Eliza Smith


The Polaroid Phantom


For the first time ever on Snap Judgment, it’s a ghost story with photographic evidence. Two men living outside of Los Angeles encounter a ghost so undeniable, they have to fight back to press and the rest of the world to maintain their sanity.

See the pics for yourself:  www.seeingthingsthebook.com

Also see pics here.

Producer: Anna Sussman
Sound design: Pat Mesiti-Mille


The Inpatients


Kirsten decides to visit an abandoned mental hospital, where her cousin was kept. She discovers something still there. Find out more about Kirsten’s story on her website, www.soulbank.org.


Fresh Laundry


David Domine bought a run down old house in what is known as “The Most Haunted Neighborhood In America." What he found during the renovations made him question EVERYTHING.


Find out more about David’s house and Old Louisville in his book, "True Ghost Stories and Eerie Legends from America's Most Haunted Neighborhood" or @ www.daviddomine.com

Producer: Anna Sussman


The Unicorn Prince


This story comes to you from our Kickstarter Spooked V Listener Stories Contest winner Maria Serratore-Gunter.

Maria always got double the presents on Christmas because her birthday was the next day. But there was one present she always looked forward to most: her aunt's present. Every year, Maria's aunt bought her a doll for her doll collection. So when the day rolled around Maria was a senior in high school she opened her aunt's present first. Low and behold it was another doll. But this doll was unlike any Maria had ever seen. And she would never want to see it again.

Producer: Julia DeWitt