Welcome to New England Legends

New England Legends is on a mission to chronicle every legend in New England one story at a time. We're doing this through our award-winning weekly podcast which has garnered over 4 million downloads in 91 different countries, our award-winning, Emmy-nominated television series on PBS and Amazon Prime, and through our super-secret Facebook group. Come in and join the movement!

Recent Podcasts

  • Podcast 285 – Westford’s Grey Ghosts
    The Westford Academy mascot is the Grey Ghosts. The backstory of this Massachusetts mascot dates back to a Civil War-era haunting. In Episode 285 Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger cheer Westford Academy’s football team in Massachusetts. Their mascot is the Grey Ghosts. How they cam …
  • Podcast 284 – Connecticut’s Cremation Hill
    On October 22, 1922, Emil Schutte of Haddam, Connecticut, hanged for murder. Today his former land is known as Cremation Hill. In Episode 284 Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger head to Haddam, Connecticut, to a location officially known as Cremation Hill — a place where …
  • Podcast 283 – Cranston’s Headless Corpse
    In November of 1883, the body of Caleb Brown was exhumed at the Rhode Island State Burial Grounds in Cranston, but his head was missing. In Episode 283 Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger explore the former Rhode Island State Burial Grounds in Cranston, searching for …
  • Podcast 282 – The Unsolved Littlefield Murders
    In October 1937, the quiet of Paris, Maine, was shattered by a brutal double murder. Two people were convicted, but no one is sure whodunnit. In Episode 282 Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger head to Paris, Maine, to investigate the unsolved murders of Dr. and …
  • Podcast 281 – The Man Behind the Console
    In 1966, Granite Stater Ralph Baer invented the home video game console. His device would give rise to a huge, multi-billion dollar industry. In Episode 281 Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger stroll Heritage Park in Manchester, New Hampshire, in search of the statue of a …

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