Big River Paranormal executive director Marie Cuff discusses ghost hunting with Idaho Matters on Wednesday, October 31, 2018.
When things go bump in the Idaho night, Big River Paranormal is there to investigate. We'll meet these real-life ghost hunters and find out which parts of the state are most infested with the spirits of the departed.
A house that was once home to Episcopal Bishops and nurses, and was saved from demolition is celebrating its 125th year.
The Bishop’s House was built in 1889 and is one of Boise's oldest continuously-used buildings. It was remodeled 10 years later by well-known Idaho architect John Tourtellotte. He added several rooms, a three-story tower and a wrap-around porch which helped create the unique silhouette of the home.