Jan 24, 2023
There are a few rules that you should never break when thinking about tripping after a ghostly legend. Don’t forget a flashlight if you’re going into the woods. Never cross a bridge unless you’ve seen someone heavier cross it first. Remember to leave a few coins whenever you pass by some graves.
And of course, if you hear music in the woods, never follow it.
Or maybe always follow it, just never try to join in on the beat.
There is a deep history of music from the woods, but in the last two decades, people around the world have reported abandoned pianos in forest. Like the stairways among the trees, they appear without warning, often looking like part of the natural landscape.
Tripping on Legends goes deep into the stories that have been reported across the globe from Massachusetts to Utah to Sweden and the music’s place in urban legends and folklore. We’ll then turn our attention more local and look at a haunted bridge on Merritt Island said to still ring with the songs of parties past.
Feel free to call our new phone number during our live shows to get involved, share a legend you’ve heard, or to just ask a question at (813) 418-6822.
Check out Christopher Balzano’s books, including the newly released Haunted Ocala National Forest.
You can contact us with questions, comments, and your favorite legend or tidbit of folklore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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