Bobby Mackey Owner of Bobby Mackey’s Music World to Discuss its Haunted History

Jacqueline Foreman will interview Bobby Mackey about Bobby Mackey's Music world which some say is the gateway to hell. The interview is on April 27, 2009 at 8 PM EDT at
April 17, 2009 - PRLog -- Bobby Mackey's Music World in Wilder, Kentucky, probably isn't the first place that people think of when they hear the phrase “most haunted.” In fact, many people have never even heard of the legends surrounding this place - even some seasoned ghost hunters. Of course, that doesn't stop tons of people who arrive in this small town hoping for a glimpse into the paranormal.  Bobby Mackey will be joining host Jacqueline Foreman of Your Mental Health Talk Radio to discuss the 30 years he has been owner of the club and some less than normal activities that have occurred in those 30 years.  The show will air live on Monday, April 27, 2009 at 8 PM EDT at and it’s going to be quite an interesting show indeed for believers and non-believers alike.  Listeners are encouraged to call in with questions at 347-838-9159.

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Bobby Mackey's Music World didn't start out as a nightclub or a bar, but rather, an old-fashioned slaughterhouse. Built during the 1850's, it provided meat for southeastern Indiana, southern Ohio, and parts of northern Kentucky. Animals were slaughtered on the upper floors, while tubes and a complex drainage system allowed the unusable pieces and blood to run into the basement. This trough that held the pieces still exists today, though the original building is long gone.

The slaughterhouse shuttered its doors during the 1890s, but people continued to whisper of the goings on there. There were stories of Satanic cults that used the building for their practice of the Dark Arts, which included animal sacrifices. Since the building was designed to slaughter animals, there's no doubt that the cults found it quite easy to practice animal sacrifice there.

Some claim that the building was used by locals to practice their cult rituals and sacrifices in private, away from hidden eyes. It was even rumored that some high ranking residents participated in those rituals. In 1896 the real story of what went on there became public knowledge and shocked nearly everyone in the area. The real story, and the one that spawned dozens of ghost stories, is the real story of what happened to Pearl Bryan.

Pearl Bryan was raised in Greencastle, Indiana and became pregnant in her early twenties.  Being an unwed mother was less than desirable at the time, especially in a wealthy family such as the Bryan's.

Jackson was also from a wealthy family, and had been taking classes at a local dental school. When he learned that she was pregnant, he immediately told her that she needed to have an abortion. As abortions were highly illegal at the time, the procedure had to be done in complete secrecy.

To read more about this tragic story and its grizzly outcome, go to

Be sure to tune in on April 18 to hear Bobby Mackey discuss this story and more.

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Your Mental Health Talk Radio is a program hosted by Jacqueline Foreman. It deals with mental health issues and illness as well as the stigmas attached to people who suffer from various forms of mental illness. The program also covers any topic that has to do with physical, spiritual and mental well-being. Your Mental Health Talk Radio covers topics as varied as divorce, saving a marriage, depression, anxiety as well as living your best life. This show is truly one of a kind, when coming up with guest and topic ideas, we are always thinking "outside of the box" because we want to help everyone who suffers from mental illness, physical illness, and chronic pain or are just plain unhappy with their lives and need to make lasting changes. Like many of her listeners, Ms. Foreman has suffered from depression, but her message is a message of hope; there is help for those who are hurting.
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