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Aull About History – Haunted History Month 2020: Jason Burns

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Welcome to the fifth episode of Aull About History, the local history podcast from The Dominion Post in partnership with the Aull Center, a branch of Morgantown Public Library.

Follow along as we explore the rich history of Morgantown and North Central West Virginia.

All through October, our friends at the Aull Center have been presenting Haunted History Month, a series of events related to all things, spooky, spectral and mysterious for Morgantown and West Virginia history.

With Halloween just a few days away, the Aull center is bringing you Jason Burns, West Virginia ghost storyteller extraordinaire. He finds ghost stories around every corner and spirits behind every door. This year, however, Jason endeavors to bring the listener into the scary story process, by sharing the sources of some of his favorite stories, as well as giving some tips for the aspiring campfire chronicler out there.

black cat
A file photo shows a black cat in a graveyard. (Ron Rittenhouse/The Dominion Post)

Music this week is from
“Ghost Processional” by Kevin MacLeod (
License: CC BY (