Episode 256 - The Staircase In The Woods & A Creepy Kid

Episode 256 - The Staircase In The Woods & A Creepy Kid

Two Girls One Ghost
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About this episode

Corinne leaves Sabrina speechless with her new mug and new addition to the TGOG community. Then Sabrina warns us about a legend of the staircase in the woods. Throughout the world, people encounter a single staircase deep within the forest. Are they portals? Traps from the Fae? Could these staircases be responsible for the countless people who have gone missing in these areas? All we know for sure is that you should never ever approach a staircase in the woods!



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February 4, 2024 at 4pm PST/7pm EST. A virtual experience. Join from anywhere in the world to watch Two Girls One Ghost: The Conjuring House, pre-recorded from The Bell House. Then, join Corinne & Sabrina for the afterparty where they'll share never before seen footage, EVPs, stories and host a spooky Q&A.



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Edited and produced by Jaimi Ryan, original music by Arms Akimbo!



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