Fox Hollow Farm

Staying overnight at an accused serial killers house was not on my bucket list…… But it should have been. One of the most real experiences I’ve ever had. It was wonderful to talk to the owner and meet some of the people who have experienced paranormal activity inside the home. This podcast I diverge from the norm and dive a little into the paranormal. Very interesting and creepy for sure. What do you think?


Tour Company: American Hauntings

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First Major Milestone! More than 1000 listens on AudioBoom and we made it to New and Noteworthy for iTunes. I’m so excited and grateful! Thank you all.

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Herb Baumeister: A look into the investigation

My interview for this episode is a man by the name Virgil Vandagriff. He was employed by the families of two missing gay men from Indianapolis to look into their disappearances. He worked as a Marion County Sheriff Detective and opened his own private investigation firm in Indianapolis. That firm specializes in missing person cases. He has extensive training in serial killer tracking.  

He eventually helped police and the families figure out who was killing all those missing men . I spoke with him for two hours for the interview and he reveals things about the case that have never been told before.

Enjoy! Remember to like, subscribe, comment and share.

Stay Safe!



Fannie Weinstein, Melinda Wilson“Where the Bodies Are Buried” St. Martin's Press, Sep 15, 1998

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Learning History

Indianpolis Star Archives

Archived Footage from WISH-TV: The first interview is from 1995.

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Episode 1: The Delphi Murders

Kelsi German asked me to honor her sister and Abigail Williams as the amazing and energetic girls they were and not just as victims. They were outgoing and fun and Kelsi says she misses them everyday. At the bottom you’ll find some of the pictures she sent to me. Please keep this family in your thoughts and prayers.

Anyone with information about the case may call the Delphi Homicide Investigation Tip Line at 844-459-5786; the Indiana State Police at 800-382-7537; the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department at 765-564-2413; or by email to Donations to the Libby and Abby Softball Park Fund may be made in care of the Carroll County Community Foundation, P.O. Box 538, Delphi, 46923. Or online at:

Kelsi German Herself
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