Monthly Archives: September 2016

Making Monday Suck a Little Less

Join me live every Monday night, take a tour through the twisted mind of Southern Horror Queen, Author Lyn Gibson.  One solid hour of horror, legends and masters of the macabre!

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Haunted Louisiana – The Chretien Point Plantation

So, who doesn’t love to hear the history of an old Louisiana Plantation!  Well, there are a ton of old homesteads in our state, nearly all of them have traumatic pasts which today renders them nothing less than haunted!  Here’s … Continue reading

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Urban Legends of Louisiana: The New Orleans Axeman

On May 22, 1918, Joseph Maggio and his wife Catherine, would meet gruesome fates at the hands of a fledgling serial killer: The Axeman of Louisiana.  The Maggios’ were asleep in their home, on the corner of Upperline and Camp … Continue reading

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Tour the Twisted mind of Author Lyn Gibson

    ARMED RADIO GLOBAL and TUNEIN Satellite Networks presents, Southern Horror Queen; Author Lyn Gibson. Author and horror enthusiast, Lyn Gibson has joined the ARMED RADIO GLOBAL Network and will be launching her premiere show September 19th at 7:00PM Central … Continue reading

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Haunted Louisiana – The Old State Capitol Building

     Built between 1847-1852 this lovely Gothic styled monument was not exactly welcomed with open arms.  Baton Rouge residents were appalled by the structure as it was not similar to other traditional Southern Louisiana structures.  The building was also immortalized … Continue reading

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