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In Episode 212, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger stroll down Brick Kiln Lane in Pembroke, Massachusetts, searching for a tapping ghost who was seen and heard over the span of years back in the 1940s. This ghost has ties to the old shipyard, which has ties to the Boston Tea Party. This ghostly experience was documented by local journalist Curt Norris in the 1980s. Could these taps come from the ghost of shipbuilder Barker Turner?

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Produced and hosted by: Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger
Edited by: Ray Auger
Additional Voice Talent: Jim Harold
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  1. I believe in ghost I have seen one or two of the in my life time. When I was a child living in Ohio my mother & I saw a ghost in the house we lived in my dad saw his late mother that has passed away 20 years back then in the basement my dad said his mother said “come with me” I don’t know what she meant of that was she telling my dad to die to be with her???? I live in Kentucky now learning that Kentucky in some places are full of ghosts I would want to learn more about ghosts how it all works you know if it is safe to learn about them or not.

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