top of page
Bedeviled Eggs Transparent.png

Let’s get spooky! Bedeviled Eggs is a paranormal and all things eerie podcast. Join Ainsley and Kori for a new episode each week as they tell some bedeviling stories.

output-onlinepngtools (2).png
Ep 33 Website.png

A new genre of spooks?! Kori covers the first haunted church (like we've covered, not like of all time) and takes us to San Antonio to talk about the San Fernando Cathedral and Ainsley's first pet cat.

Ep 37 Website.png

Annnd we're back! This week we are heading to the gold miners' galore...Alaska! Ainsley tells the story of the oldest (and haunted!) operating hotel in Juneau, Alaska - The Alaskan Hotel. 

Ep 31 Website.png

Kori shares about the very cursed Hope Diamond, which was valued in 2020 to be worth about $350 million. This diamond may look and sound familiar, as it was the inspiration for the necklace from the 1997 film Titanic.

Ep 36 Website.png

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... a giant mothman alien thing? This week, Kori tells the urban legend of The Mothman of West Virginia and how he caused a bridge to collapse.

Ep 28 Website.png

This guest checked in, but never checked out. Ainsley tells the story of Kate Morgan aka Lottie A Bernard and her haunted presence at the Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego, CA

Ep 34 Website.png

"Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary" Let's play. Ainsley tells the story of the popular sleepover game and the history behind it. 



Originally from Springfield, MO, Ainsley had always had an interest in the spooky side! When she was way too little you could find her constantly rewatching The Sixth Sense (he is dead btw) and when she was only eight she claimed her favorite movie was The Ring. At a more mature age, Ainsley discovered the Travel Channel and never missed a ghost show with her mom on a Friday night; she also pretty regularly visited a shaman to get in touch with the spirit side. 


Ainsley eventually, and thankfully (sorry Kori), left Missouri and now resides in Chicago, IL, with her two cats while working at a tech company. Ainsley loves Chicago history, hauntings, and hotdogs.


As much as Kori loved watching Scooby-Doo cartoons as a child, they gave her overactive imagination nightmare fuel to latch onto. To quell the nightmares, Kori’s parents would have her read until her mind had something else to think about as she drifted off to sleep. She also forever scarred herself by watching the 1990 It in the middle of the night at a sleepover. None of this deterred Kori from watching ghost shows on cable television networks and fostering a love of the similar topic of true crime.


Reading became a passion for Kori at a young age, not only because it kept the nightmares at bay, but it also kept her imagination occupied (read: kept her out of trouble, usually). It eventually became her career path. Kori resides with her dog in Springfield, Missouri, where she teaches high school English and print journalism.

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
bottom of page