April 15th, 2021
 The story of Kat’s haunted house
The story of Kat’s haunted house

On their episode of April 8th, the ladies of The Crooked Key Podcast shared stories from their listeners about haunted attics and basements. As a bonus, they also talked of a story Kat has shared recently with Jimmy Kimmel about growing up in a haunted house.

Unsurprisingly, she enjoyed it — back in 2014, talking to Conan O’Brien, Kat revealed her childhood obsession with The Addams Family, particularly with the character Wednesday, so of course growing up in a historical society certified house in Pennsylvania could be nothing but a goth blast!

Kat talked a bit more extensively about the house in particular when being interviewed by Alex McLevy of AV Club. Built in 1694, the building was used as a port house and frequented by William Penn himself. And the Litwack family got acquainted with routinary horror movie tropes. “It sounds so crazy, but I swear—you could ask my father, who is 89 who saw some shit. We all saw some shit”, Kat said back in May 2018.

“It’s not unpleasant. It didn’t feel scary. It just felt like—the air felt thick and electric-y. You know what I mean? Like there were a thousand dead people looking in your soul or something”, she said in the same article. We guess pretending you’re Wednesday Addams and sleeping with your arms crossed is only natural if you’re living in a historical house with flickering lights as a kid. We would have acted the same way.

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June 21st, 2020
 Happy Father’s Day

A photograph worthy of many awards, including “Best Shoulder Pads(toddler) Used In Domestic Setting” and “Woodenest Stance”. I love my dad so much. He’s 91 and without a doubt more energetic and driven than I ever will be. Happy Father’s Day 💕


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