The Legend of Betty Knox
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On episode 3 of Tony Lavorgne’s Legends & Lore Podcast, Tony tells the short but haunting ghost story: The Legend of Betty Knox. The 19th century tale originates in the Dunbar Mountains of Western Pennsylvania beginning with the mysterious disappearance of local farm girl Betty Knox, whose ghostly presence persists today, especially near a well-known crossing at Dunbar Creek.
This episode was originally performed live April 25, 2018 on the TSVP Podcast Network. Host: Tony Lavorgne. Guests: Tony Lavorgne. Podcast Producer: Kevin Farkas. Audiography: Kevin Farkas, Dave Holoweiko. Music (available on SoundCloud.com): Dreamy-002 (“Faded”), D’lyxius (“Seven Level Atmosphere”), Naughty Step (“Malhamdale”), Alfred Farrugia (“Weep”). Additional sound (available on Youtube): Justin Silverman (“This Concludes Our Broadcast, 2008 — Humanity’s last moments caught on tape”). ©Tony Lavorgne’s Legends & Lore Podcast/The Social Voice Project, Inc. All rights reserved.
ABOUT THE PODCAST
Tony Lavorgne’s Legends & Lore Podcast explores the history and tales of ghost stories, mysterious crimes & murders, UFOs, witchcraft, and other occult happenings still thriving in the Greater Ohio Valley region of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio–and beyond. Specializing in obscure paranormal and anthropological topics, host Tony Lavorgne is an accomplished researcher, author, and public speaker on the subject of local legends and lore throughout Western Pennsylvania, Northern West Virginia, and Eastern Ohio. He is a contributing writer to Supernatural Lore of Pennsylvania: Ghosts, Monsters and Miracles and co-author of Haunted Roads of Western Pennsylvania.
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