Mysterious Circumstances

Mysterious Circumstances

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A detailed and well researched investigative podcast that dives deep into the unsolved.

-True Crime-
-Mysteries-
-Conspiracies-
-Paranormal -
-The Occult-
-History-

With an unpolished and raw “pirate radio” style sound.

-Theme music by The Wagner Logic https://thewagnerlogic.bandcamp.com/

-Cover Art by Andrea Moran

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Episodes

The Death of Rebekah Gould

Rebekah’s case has been handled by the Arkansas State Police (ASP) almost from day one. Even though she was killed more than 15 years ago, the ASP refuses to make public any of the investigative records, notes, or photographs associated with her case under the pretext that it is still an active case. Rebekah’s family has petitioned for those files to be released, with no success. So what's really happening with this case?For further information please follow the links below.https://inpublicsafety.com/tag/Rebekah-Gould/My FB group: Unsolved Murder of Rebekah GouldKim's FB group: Who Murdered Rebekah Gould?Twitter - @JenBucholtzPIConfidential Email for anything regarding the case. - tips@justice4rebekah.com
19/05/2045m 42s

A Haunting In Michigan

Forty-six years ago in a small farming town, a family was terrorized for months inside their own home. In 1974-75, strange voices, noises, explosions and fires baffled police as they investigated their origin. The home on Dice Road in Merrill gained attention from the Saginaw County Sheriff's Department when the homeowner, Harold Pomeraning, contacted them after hearing loud banging on the side of his home in July 1974.
14/05/2054m 49s

Joseph 'Yellow Kid' Weil

Joseph "Yellow Kid" Weil was one of the best known American con men of his era. Weil was known to possess an "uncanny knowledge of human nature". During the course of his career, Weil is reputed to have stolen more than $8 million. He was once quoted as saying, "Each of my victims had larceny in his heart."
04/05/2033m 37s

AMA w/'Deputy X' - Round 2

Well I got Deputy X on for another AMA. In this episode we talk about the paranormal, funniest stories, favorites cases, and everything in between.
28/04/202h 5m

Wondery Presents - American Scandal

Join Lindsay Graham, the host of Wondery’s show American Scandal as he dives deep into the heart of the most shocking moments of fraud and deception in American history. In this six-part series “The Hare Krishna Murders” he explores an eastern religion with pure intentions that, in the hands of its western followers, became a criminal enterprise of drug running, molestation and murder. For the full episode go to: wondery.fm/mysteriousAS
22/04/206m 1s

'Sammy The Bull' Gravano

Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano is an Italian-American former underboss of the Gambino crime family. He is known as the man who helped bring down John Gotti, the family's boss, by agreeing to testify against him and other mobsters in a deal in which he confessed his involvement in 19 murders.
20/04/202h 7m

The Death of Christopher Case

After a business trip to San Francisco, Christopher Case starts calling his friends saying a witch had put a curse on him and he only has a week to live. Then, police find his dead body, surrounded by occult objects. He was a healthy 35 year old but his official cause of death was heart failure. So, what happened?
17/04/2023m 8s

Part 3 of 3 - 'Baby Face" Nelson

Lester Gillis, better known as 'Baby Face' Nelson, was a young gangster and bank robber from Chicago. From a very early age he seemed to always get intro trouble. In 1934, he was named Public Enemy #1 and by the end of the year, he would be dead at the age of 25. During his crime spree, Gillis, using the alias George Nelson, was responsible for killing more FBI agents in the line of duty than any other person.
13/04/201h 3m

Part 2 of 3 - 'Baby Face' Nelson

Lester Gillis, better known as 'Baby Face' Nelson, was a young gangster and bank robber from Chicago. From a very early age he seemed to always get intro trouble. In 1934, he was named Public Enemy #1 and by the end of the year, he would be dead at the age of 25. During his crime spree, Gillis, using the alias George Nelson, was responsible for killing more FBI agents in the line of duty than any other person.
06/04/2042m 7s

Part 1 of 3 - 'Baby Face' Nelson

Lester Gillis, better known as 'Baby Face' Nelson, was a young gangster and bank robber from Chicago. From a very early age he seemed to always get intro trouble. In 1934, he was named Public Enemy #1 and by the end of the year, he would be dead at the age of 25. During his crime spree, Gillis, using the alias George Nelson, was responsible for killing more FBI agents in the line of duty than any other person.
30/03/201h 0m

Introducing - Joe Exotic

Joe Exotic devoted his life to raising and breeding lions, tigers, and other exotic animals at his Oklahoma zoo. He croons ballads, shoots guns, and puts it all on YouTube. But he’s also made a lot of enemies. And the biggest of all is the owner of a big cat sanctuary in Florida named Carole Baskin. The feud between Joe Exotic and Carole gets messy, vicious, and outrageous -- until both of them are pushed far beyond their limits. From Wondery, comes ‘Joe Exotic: Tiger King’, the story about two people who want to save animals and destroy each other. For the Full Episode go to: wondery.fm/mysteriousJE
24/03/206m 15s

The Termite Gangs

Over the course of six weeks in 2010, three banks were robbed in France using the same tunneling method. The suspects had to have inside knowledge, but still, nobody was ever caught. In this episode we talk about those robberies and many more after that by what authorities would call "The Termite Gangs."
23/03/2051m 50s

The Death of Lester Garnier - w/cohost 'Deputy X'

July 10, 1988, San Francisco vice cop Lester Garnier was shot to death execution style in his car. His father later told police his son left abruptly after receiving two phone calls - at least one of them from a woman. They believed Garnier had been set up and killed by someone he trusted, possibly a rogue cop, or someone who worked with him in the Vice unit.
19/03/201h 24m

Part 4 of 4 - Carlos Hathcock aka "White Feather"

In combat, Carlos Hathcock earned the nickname “White Feather”. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese Army called him this because of the white feather he wore on his bush hat to taunt the North Vietnamese to spot him sooner. US Marine Corps Snipers were known for their lethal accuracy during the Vietnam war. One such sniper was Carlos Norman Hathcock II who had an astounding kill record of 93. But it wasn’t his numerical achievement that made him a legend.
17/03/2037m 54s

Introducing - Even the Rich

Celebrities, royals, heirs and heiresses—you may think you know them, you may think you envy them, but you have no idea what really goes on behind the scenes. Wondery’s new series Even the Rich pulls gives you a hilarious behind-the-scenes look at the stories of some of the greatest family dynasties in history. From the Murdochs to the Royals, and the Kardashians to the Kennedy’s, Even the Rich is part history, part comedy, part gossip, and all fascinating. Listen today: wondery.fm/mysteriousETR
17/03/209m 14s

Part 3 of 4 - Carlos Hathcock aka "White Feather"

In combat, Carlos Hathcock earned the nickname “White Feather”. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese Army called him this because of the white feather he wore on his bush hat to taunt the North Vietnamese to spot him sooner. US Marine Corps Snipers were known for their lethal accuracy during the Vietnam war. One such sniper was Carlos Norman Hathcock II who had an astounding kill record of 93. But it wasn’t his numerical achievement that made him a legend.
09/03/201h 21m

Introducing - The Dating Game Killer

In 1978, Rodney Alcala won a date on the popular TV show, The Dating Game. What no one knew was that he was a prolific serial killer in the middle of a cross-country murder spree. In this six-part series, co-hosts Tracy Pattin (Hollywood & Crime) and Stephen Lang (Avatar, Don’t Breathe) take listeners on an unbelievable journey into Alcala’s twisting secret life. He hid behind normal jobs as a typesetter at a prominent newspaper and a summer camp counselor. How did this predatory monster fool employers, prison psychiatrists, and parole boards — all while committing heinous crimes from coast to coast? And how did a one-time appearance as a game show contestant help lead to his capture? From the makers of Dirty John, Dr. Death, and Young Charlie, learn the story of the most famous serial killer you’ve never heard of - The Dating Game Killer. Subscribe today: http://wondery.fm/mcDGK
05/03/208m 51s

Part 2 of 4 - Carlos Hatchcock aka "White Feather"

In combat, Carlos Hathcock earned the nickname “White Feather”. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese Army called him this because of the white feather he wore on his bush hat to taunt the North Vietnamese to spot him sooner. US Marine Corps Snipers were known for their lethal accuracy during the Vietnam war. One such sniper was Carlos Norman Hathcock II who had an astounding kill record of 93. But it wasn’t his numerical achievement that made him a legend.
24/02/2047m 51s

Part 1 of 4 - Carlos Hathcock aka "White Feather"

In combat, Carlos Hathcock earned the nickname “White Feather”. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese Army called him this because of the white feather he wore on his bush hat to taunt the North Vietnamese to spot him sooner. US Marine Corps Snipers were known for their lethal accuracy during the Vietnam war. One such sniper was Carlos Norman Hathcock II who had an astounding kill record of 93. But it wasn’t his numerical achievement that made him a legend.
19/02/2032m 53s

Talking Jesse James w/ Mark West

All you history geeks out there will love this. I got a chance to talk to a relative of Jesse James. We talk about his childhood, his life, and of course his death. If you enjoyed the four part series I did on Jesse James, you'll love this.
12/02/201h 6m

Murders at The McCormick Ranch

In 1986, Mike McCormick led investigators to the bodies of four men, three of them on the family ranch, but always blamed his father, Tom, for the murders. With evidence suggesting both of them were involved in at least a dozen murders, how did one never get charged and the other get a 19 year prison sentence?
29/01/2040m 58s

The Dickus Murders

July 24, 2006 - Frankin, Indiana. Blake Dickus, 10, and Chynna Dickus, 26, were murdered in a home in the Branigin Woods neighborhood.About the same time, five homes were broken into within a half-mile of the home where Chynna and Blake Dickus were murdered. Could this be the connection?
20/01/2026m 29s

Introducing - Deadly Misadventures

Hosted by Justin from Generation Why and Tyler from The Minds of Madness.Wondery’s newest podcast explores some of the most-terrifying, real-life stories of people who came face to face with death.The podcast series raises the question on whether our choices control our destiny or if it all comes down to luck? A roll of the dice. At the end of each episode, it will be up to you to decide.To hear all Deadly Misadventures episodes, ad-free, exclusively on Wondery Plus just go to wondery.fm/deadly and subscribe today!
16/01/208m 53s

The Disappearance of Kierra Coles

On October 2nd, 2018 - Kierra Coles, a young, pregnant U.S. postal worker, disappeared without a trace from her Chicago neighborhood. Since then there have been desperate pleas for help, but the case remains unsolved, with more questions than answers.Anyone with information on Kierra’s whereabouts is asked to call the Chicago Police Department’s Area South Special Victims Unit at (312) 747-8274 or the U.S. Postal Inspection Service at (877) 876-2455.
13/01/2031m 14s

The Death of Dave Bocks

Dave Bocks, a 39 year old pipefitter, disappeared during the facility’s graveyard shift and was later reported missing. Eventually, his remains were discovered inside a uranium processing furnace. After the investigations, insufficient evidence was found relating to the death and the official ruling was that no foul play was involved. Some believed that he was murdered by one or more coworkers who suspected him of being a whistleblower in the 1984 nuclear emissions scandal.
12/01/2033m 46s

The Disappearance of Carl-Erik Bjorkegren

During the 1980's, the stock market as we know it today was born. In Sweden it was a major shift where buying and selling stocks became something for everybody and Sweden was pioneering the digital trading. That together with a few political changes and the success of Volvo and SAAB in the US giving them huge profits to Invest resulted in a booming market where people could make huge sums of money in a very short time span. Banks were still, by law, forced to be responsible and make sure that each loan was secure but financial institutes were not subjected to the same laws and that made it possible for people to take huge loans without any security. This episode is about the most successful and famous player in that market, before he disappeared without a trace, Carl-Erik Björkegren.
03/01/2043m 2s

The Southend Werewolf - Bill Ramsey

One of the more unusual cases from Ed and Lorraine Warrens’ case list, this comes from a seaside town in Essex, England. A man by the name of Bill Ramsey was believed to be possessed by a demon that manifested as a wolf. Growing up, Ramsey was a normal boy. Then one day at the young age of nine, he suddenly began exhibiting inhuman qualities that carried on through his later years, eventually leading to him being called "The Werewolf of Southend."
17/12/1941m 18s

Mini-Bonus - The Death of Shannon Hercutt

At first glance, it looked like Dawn Shannon Hercutt went for a late-night drive, veered off the road and plummeted 125 feet to her death. About a week later the autopsy results suggested something more nefarious.Sources for fact checking: https://eu.knoxnews.com/story/news/crime/2019/07/31/dawn-shannon-hercutts-bizarre-killing-remains-unsolved-decade-later/1820694001/https://youtu.be/yZeXlbgrK1Qhttps://youtu.be/XUX4S6WcbHEhttps://www.google.com/amp/s/www.wbir.com/amp/article/news/crime/9-years-later-shannon-hercutt-homicide-in-sevier-county-remains-unsolved/51-580339761http://mountainpress.uber.matchbin.net/printer_friendly/5158201https://youtu.be/fqY5VrCu1W0https://youtu.be/JwLi1rJC44shttps://www.wate.com/news/jan-hercutt-soon-to-be-ex-wife-of-ted-hercutt-is-speaking-out/https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.wate.com/news/jan-hercutt-soon-to-be-ex-wife-of-ted-hercutt-is-speaking-out/amp/
16/12/1914m 11s

Stigmata

People who have stigmata exhibit wounds that duplicate or represent those that Jesus is said to have endured during his crucifixion. The wounds typically appear on the stigmatic's hands and feet (crucifixion spikes) and also sometimes on the side (a spear) and hairline (a crown of thorns). If stigmata is real, there is no medical or scientific explanation for it. Wounds do not suddenly and spontaneously appear on people's bodies for no reason. So what exactly is Stigmata and is there any validity to it? In this episode I break down to cases and talk about what might be causing it.
10/12/191h 7m

The Death of Sgt. Sean Drenth w/co-host "Deputy X"

On Monday, October 18, 2010 Sergeant Sean Drenth of the Phoenix Police Department was found shot to death in an alley. What fellow officers found when they responded to the scene continues to haunt them. Sgt. Sean Drenth, a well-liked 12-year veteran, sprawled on his back, dead from a blast from his own police-issue shotgun. Because there is evidence to support suicide or homicide, the case has been classified as undetermined. --- Anaheim investigator Julissa Trapp is not like other detectives. She’s the only woman on the homicide squad, and a skilled chameleon: undercover cop in vice stings, crime-scene commander, patient confidante of killers. A master interrogator, she invokes her personal experience – and deepest griefs -- as a tool to elicit confessions. When a young woman’s body is found at a trash-sorting plant, Trapp learns the murder may be linked to the disappearance of three other women in nearby Santa Ana. Trapp embarks on a dark journey that brings her face to face with a man who takes “a little piece of her soul.” Listen now at wondery.fm/DTCircumstances
26/11/191h 44m

Bonus Episode - Theresa Knorr

*** WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT***Theresa Knorr is a mother and murderer, known for severely abusing, torturing, and murdering two of her children while using the others to facilitate and cover up her crimes.
20/11/1945m 48s

The Life and Death of Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe was one of the most important and influential American writers of the 19th century. He was the first author to try to make a professional living as a writer.Much of Poe's work was inspired by the events that happened around him. The circumstances of his death are still questionable today.
01/11/192h 17m

The Death of Henry McCabe

Henry McCabe was last seen on September 6th, 2015 and his death occurred sometime in the early morning of September 7th. His wife receives a bizarre voicemail on Sept. 7 at 2:28 a.m. which features two minutes of undecipherable noises, including what sound like growls and moans of pain. Near the end of the voicemail, the sounds suddenly stop and a voice can be heard saying, "Stop it." This is one of those cases that will have you scratching your head.
20/10/191h 2m

The Disappearance of Barbara Miller

Barbara Miller was reported missing by her estranged ex-boyfriend on July 5, 1989, after attending the wedding of her best friend, Lori Wands, in Mifflinburg on June 30.In 1990, Sunbury police first reported they believed Barbara Miller may have been murdered. Police began interviewing potential witnesses, including Mike Egan, a former Sunbury police detective who was also her boyfriend at the time. This is a shorter episode but an interesting one.
11/10/1945m 20s

The Disappearance and Death of William Hurley

On October 8, 2009, William Hurley disappeared from Boston, Massachusetts. He had been attending a Boston Bruins game at TD Garden and had called his fiancée to pick him up halfway through the match. She drove to the stadium, but when she arrived, Hurley was nowhere in sight. She called him to find out where he was waiting, and she heard him ask someone where he was. A man said "99 Nashua Street,” and Hurley told her his cell phone was going dead. She drove to the address, but Hurley was not there.That was the last time anyone heard from Hurley until a week later when his body was found in the Charles river. Not far from where he was last heard from.
04/10/1949m 27s

Part 3 of 3 - The Westies : Lords of Hell's Kitchen

The Westies, a gang long known to law enforcement officials, if not to the public, as one of the most savage organizations in the long history of New York gangs. Led by Jimmy Coonan and Mickey Featherstone, The Westies' savagery permitted them to murder with virtual impunity - no one would testify against them. New York law enforcement officials hold the Westies responsible for more than 30 murders during the 1970's and 80's.
18/09/192h 5m

The Death of Josh Rubin

Josh Rubin was thirty years old when he disappeared from New York on Halloween night 2011.The next day his remains were found on a country road in Pennsylvania. Josh had been shot in the chest and his body was burned. The only lead on this case is an HD picture of the suspects using Josh's credit card within 12 hours after his body was found. So, with such a great picture of the suspects, why hasn't anyone been arrested?
29/08/1949m 41s

Part 2 of 3 - The Westies : Lords of Hell's Kitchen

The Westies, a gang long known to law enforcement officials, if not to the public, as one of the most savage organizations in the long history of New York gangs. Led by Jimmy Coonan and Mickey Featherstone, The Westies' savagery permitted them to murder with virtual impunity - no one would testify against them. New York law enforcement officials hold the Westies responsible for more than 30 murders during the 1970's and 80's.
20/08/192h 13m

Interview w/ Terry Hobbs of the West Memphis 3 Case

If you are into true crime, you're familiar with the West Memphis Three. Well, today I interviewed Terry Hobbs. We talk about him, some of his personal thoughts on the case, and his book that is out now called 'Boxful of Nightmares: Terry Hobbs' personal memoirs on the West Memphis Three Murders'.Music is courtesy of Terry HobbsLink to Terry's book is here: https://www.amazon.com/Boxful-Nightmares-personal-memoirs-Memphis/dp/0578490374
05/08/1942m 29s

Part 1 of 3 - The Westies : Lords of Hell's Kitchen

The Westies, a gang long known to law enforcement officials, if not to the public, as one of the most savage organizations in the long history of New York gangs. Led by Jimmy Coonan and Mickey Featherstone, The Westies' savagery permitted them to murder with virtual impunity - no one would testify against them. New York law enforcement officials hold the Westies responsible for more than 30 murders during the 1970's and 80's.
31/07/191h 32m

Interview w/ Darren Schaefer - Host of 'The Cooper Vortex'

When I first talked to Darren Schaefer about the D.B. Cooper case, I was blown away. His podcast, The Cooper Vortex, is the one stop shop for a deep look into this case and the suspects. Join us as we talk about it!
22/07/191h 2m

Part 2 of 2 - Roy DeMeo and The Murder Machine

Roy DeMeo was a made man of the Gambino crime family and a notorious serial killer. He is infamous for heading the "DeMeo Crew" which operated out of his bar the Gemini Lounge. A gang suspected by the FBI of somewhere between 75-200 murders between 1973 and 1983. The majority were disposed of so thoroughly that they were never found. The crew also gained notoriety due to their use of dismemberment as a method of disposing of their victims.
18/07/191h 22m

Part 1 of 2 - Roy DeMeo and The Murder Machine

Roy DeMeo was a made man of the Gambino crime family and a notorious serial killer. He is infamous for heading the "DeMeo Crew" which operated out of his bar the Gemini Lounge. A gang suspected by the FBI of somewhere between 75-200 murders between 1973 and 1983. The majority were disposed of so thoroughly that they were never found. The crew also gained notoriety due to their use of dismemberment as a method of disposing of their victims.
10/07/191h 19m

Shadow People

Shadow people are supposedly supernatural beings that believers claim to see wandering about in their peripheral vision or tormenting them during stages of sleep paralysis. While various creatures of this description have long been a staple of folklore and ghost stories, the modern version gained popularity from the discussions of Heidi Hollis on Coast to Coast AM radio talk show, in 2002.
27/06/191h 16m

Part 3 of 3 - The Disappearance and Death of Hailey Dunn

Hailey Dunn left her mother’s home on Dec. 27, 2010 and was never seen again. Shawn Adkins, the live-in boyfriend of Hailey Dunn’s mother, Billie Jean Dunn, told authorities Hailey reportedly told him that she was walking to her father’s house, then planned to spend the night with a friend.Adkins, who soon was named the primary person of interest in the case, is considered the last person to have seen her. In March 2013, remains were found near Lake J.B. Thomas in Scurry County. Law enforcement officials announced that the remains were those of Hailey Dunn. Still a case with so many unanswered questions, what happened to Hailey Dunn?
30/05/1934m 13s

Part 2 of 3 - The Disappearance and Death of Hailey Dunn

Hailey Dunn left her mother’s home on Dec. 27, 2010 and was never seen again. Shawn Adkins, the live-in boyfriend of Hailey Dunn’s mother, Billie Jean Dunn, told authorities Hailey reportedly told him that she was walking to her father’s house, then planned to spend the night with a friend.Adkins, who soon was named the primary person of interest in the case, is considered the last person to have seen her. In March 2013, remains were found near Lake J.B. Thomas in Scurry County. Law enforcement officials announced that the remains were those of Hailey Dunn. Still a case with so many unanswered questions, what happened to Hailey Dunn?
21/05/1947m 51s

Part 1 of 3 - The Disappearance and Death of Hailey Dunn

Hailey Dunn left her mother’s home on Dec. 27, 2010 and was never seen again. Shawn Adkins, the live-in boyfriend of Hailey Dunn’s mother, Billie Jean Dunn, told authorities Hailey reportedly told him that she was walking to her father’s house, then planned to spend the night with a friend.Adkins, who soon was named the primary person of interest in the case, is considered the last person to have seen her. In March 2013, remains were found near Lake J.B. Thomas in Scurry County. Law enforcement officials announced that the remains were those of Hailey Dunn. Still a case with so many unanswered questions, what happened to Hailey Dunn?
16/05/1919m 9s

A Murder in Kalamark

On April 14th, 2004 - Roger Lindberg and his brother Sune were attacked in their home in Kalamark, Sweden. Sune survived while Roger did not. Within days the local police zeroed in on their suspect who was identified as Kaj Linna. He was charged and found guilty of the crime. Then, out of nowhere a Swedish podcast picked up the case and found that Kaj might have been wrongfully convicted and it turns out that he was. Kaj was released from prison after serving 13 years. But that still leaves the question, who killed Roger Lindberg?
13/05/191h 6m

Bonus - The Death of "Baby X"

On November 17, 1989 the body of an infant girl was found in Rupert, Idaho. This was not just any unsolved case though. She had been dead for no more than five days and was dismembered, disemboweled, possibly skinned, and burned. Both hands were missing. So was the right arm, at the shoulder. The abdominal organs had been cut out, leaving only the lungs and a portion of the upper heart chamber. The body had been placed in the metal drum on its back, clothed, before being torched with gasoline. If you think that's weird.....this case gets alot weirder than that!!!!
08/05/1928m 50s

The Mysterious Death of William Desmond Taylor

In 1922 William Desmond Taylor was shot in his home in the middle of the night and his death, in the midst of other Hollywood scandals, led to the start of people’s interest in the inner-workings of Hollywood.With every twist imaginable, William Desmond Taylor’s story could have been a movie in itself. Now Taylor will forever be remembered for his unsolved whodunit murder and the mystery surrounding it.
02/05/191h 36m

100th Episode Q&A and Bloopers

For the 100th episode I took questions from the Facebook Group and Instagram and also added in some bloopers. I might have also gone on a few rants. I hope you enjoy.
25/04/191h 33m

Part 3 of 3 - The Life and Crimes of John Dillinger

During the 1930s Depression, many Americans, nearly helpless against forces they didn’t understand, made heroes of outlaws who took what they wanted at gunpoint. Of all the lurid desperadoes, one man, John Dillinger, came to evoke this Gangster Era and stirred mass emotion to a degree rarely seen in this country. He operated with a group of men known as the "Dillinger Gang" or "Terror Gang", which was accused of robbing 24 banks and four police stations, among other activities.
19/04/191h 53m

MC - DISCLAIMER

Since apparently people don't read podcast descriptions anymore, or misinterpret the words "explicit language", I had to go and make this. It will be played at the beginning of every episode. I will also be reminding listeners every episode that when I do get one star reviews for language, those reviews go on social media for my real listeners to make fun of. Why? Well at a certain point it breaks down to common sense, or the absence of it.
19/03/191m 0s

Part 2 of 3 - The Life and Crimes of John Dillinger

During the 1930s Depression, many Americans, nearly helpless against forces they didn’t understand, made heroes of outlaws who took what they wanted at gunpoint. Of all the lurid desperadoes, one man, John Dillinger, came to evoke this Gangster Era and stirred mass emotion to a degree rarely seen in this country. He operated with a group of men known as the "Dillinger Gang" or "Terror Gang", which was accused of robbing 24 banks and four police stations, among other activities.
05/03/191h 45m

Part 1 of 3 - The Life and Crimes of John Dillinger

During the 1930s Depression, many Americans, nearly helpless against forces they didn’t understand, made heroes of outlaws who took what they wanted at gunpoint. Of all the lurid desperadoes, one man, John Dillinger, came to evoke this Gangster Era and stirred mass emotion to a degree rarely seen in this country. He operated with a group of men known as the "Dillinger Gang" or "Terror Gang", which was accused of robbing 24 banks and four police stations, among other activities.
11/02/191h 19m

AMA with Deputy X

In this episode I got to fire questions at a Deputy for almost two hours. I fielded some questions from the Facebook group and had a few of my own. So we sat down, had a drink and a cigar, and just let the conversation go.
22/01/191h 48m

M.C. - Kid Friendly Episode

In this episode I talk to my 10 and 8 year old sons about pretty much anything. Abraham Lincoln, ghosts, mythology, dreams, and other random topics. Hope you enjoy.
21/01/1928m 26s

Killafornia Circumstances - Part 2 of 2 - The Life and Death of Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel

Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel rose from the rough streets of New York City to the height of fame and fortune in sunny Southern California, but his violent death helped expose the dark side of Mob life. Although his life was cut short at age 41, he played a pivotal role in building modern Las Vegas.
18/12/181h 38m

Killafornia Circumstances - Part 1 of 2 - The Life and Death of Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel

Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel rose from the rough streets of New York City to the height of fame and fortune in sunny Southern California, but his violent death helped expose the dark side of Mob life. Although his life was cut short at age 41, he played a pivotal role in building modern Las Vegas.
12/12/181h 29m

Bonus Episode - The Origin of the Word F**k and Why Society Says It's So Bad

Despite the wideness and proliferation of its use in many sections of society, the word fuck remains (and has been for centuries) one of the most taboo words in English. Until relatively recently it rarely appeared in print; even today, there are a number of euphemistic ways of referring to it in speech and writing. In this episode we explore the origin of the word, some of the arguments of why people say it's so bad, and discuss a couple of scientific studies that have been conducted on people who like to swear more than others.
07/12/181h 19m

The Death of Tiffany Jenks : A Conspiracy

I'm not really into conspiracy theories, but this case, is beyond weird!!!Tiffany Jenks was murdered on October 8th 2013, at the age of 35 – she was shot in the forehead, by someone she did not know and had apparently only met that night, shortly prior to her death. Or so the police say. What you need to know is that Tiffany Jenks’ case does indeed display all the stereotypical tell-tale signs of a mind control victim (or a victim of TMK, Total Mind Kontrol, as it is known in some circles): the evidence all points in that direction. She was a physically fit and beautiful woman; intelligent, a high-achiever and a college athlete; she had a top job; yet, she had drinking problems and, more significantly, mental problems. She also appears to have been quite a socially isolated person, despite her approachable personality. She would often hint at there being more to her than meets the eye…but it always remained ambiguous as to what exactly that was. Was Tiffany just a victim of random violence, or a victim of mind control experiments and had to be killed?
28/11/181h 36m

The Disappearance of Alissa Turney w/cohost Sarah Turney

When 17 year old Alissa Turney went missing from Phoenix in 2001, most agreed she had run away. As more facts about her life started to surface over the years, it now appears likely that she never made it far from her home. With the help of Sarah Turney we will lay out the case and it's current status.
25/11/1850m 4s

Part 3 of 3 - Wyatt Earp

One of the most famous figures to emerge from the 19th-century history of the American West, Wyatt Earp was known first and foremost for his participation in a notorious gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona in 1881. Both before and after that date, Earp moved from town to town across the West, earning his living as a saloon-keeper, gunslinger, gambler, miner and frontier lawman, alongside his brothers. Wyatt Earp is best known as the fearless frontier lawman of Wichita and Dodge City, Kansas, and as principal survivor of the Gunfight at the OK Corral. But the Marshall Earp of legend accounted for only about 5 years of Wyatt's long and eventful life.
23/11/182h 9m

Part 2 of 3 - Wyatt Earp

One of the most famous figures to emerge from the 19th-century history of the American West, Wyatt Earp was known first and foremost for his participation in a notorious gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona in 1881. Both before and after that date, Earp moved from town to town across the West, earning his living as a saloon-keeper, gunslinger, gambler, miner and frontier lawman, alongside his brothers. Wyatt Earp is best known as the fearless frontier lawman of Wichita and Dodge City, Kansas, and as principal survivor of the Gunfight at the OK Corral. But the Marshall Earp of legend accounted for only about 5 years of Wyatt's long and eventful life.https://sherrymonahan.com/https://www.sweetironunlimited.com/shop/frank-and-jesse-james-in-plain-sight-book/
28/10/182h 14m

Interview w/ Owner of Wyatt Earp Birthplace Museum

In this bonus interview I talk with Melba Larson Matson. She is the owner of the Wyatt Earp Birthplace Museum. We talk about Wyatt's younger days and some fun stories. I absolutely loved talking to her because of the knowledge she has on Wyatt Earp. I am also posting a link to the gofundme page. At the end of the interview you'll find out why I'm posting this link. I hope you enjoy!! https://www.gofundme.com/WyattEarpLocated at 406 S. 3rd Street Monmouth, Illinois, the Wyatt Earp Birthplace, Inc. has been seriously damaged to the point where major repairs must be made, fairly soon. Wyatt Earp Birthplace, Inc. is a certified 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation since 1986. Every cent raised via Go Fund Me will be used directly for those repairs.
10/10/1837m 13s

Part 1 of 3 - Wyatt Earp

One of the most famous figures to emerge from the 19th-century history of the American West, Wyatt Earp was known first and foremost for his participation in a notorious gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona in 1881. Both before and after that date, Earp moved from town to town across the West, earning his living as a saloonkeeper, gunslinger, gambler, miner and frontier lawman, alongside his brothers. Wyatt Earp is best known as the fearless frontier lawman of Wichita and Dodge City, Kansas, and as principal survivor of the Gunfight at the OK Corral. But the Marshall Earp of legend accounted for only about 5 years of Wyatt's long and eventful life.
10/10/181h 4m

**CASE UPDATE** This is an update for the Kendrick Johnson episode.

I've been seeing a lot on social media today about a supposed witness and new information regarding this case. So me and Roseanne teamed up again for a coversation addressing that and a few other things about this case.
07/09/1835m 27s

Part 2 of 2 - The Witch of Auldearn : Isobel Gowdie

The witchcraft confessions given by Isobel Gowdie (in Auldearn, Scotland in 1662) are widely celebrated as the most extraordinary on record in Britain. Their descriptive power has attracted considerable interest on both academic and personal levels. Isobel Gowdie, the renowned “Queen of Scottish Witches”, was a young Scottish housewife who was tried for witchcraft in 1662. Her detailed confessions, apparently achieved without the use of torture, relates her fifteen years of involvement with the Devil, and offers one of the most detailed looks at European witchcraft folklore at the end of the era of the Scottish Witch-Hunts. The most interesting part is that her testimony and fate are highly debated, still to this day. So, let's find out what she had to say that still has scholars scratching their heads.
07/09/1849m 23s

Part 1 of 2 - The Witch of Auldearn : Isobel Gowdie

The witchcraft confessions given by Isobel Gowdie (in Auldearn, Scotland in 1662) are widely celebrated as the most extraordinary on record in Britain. Their descriptive power has attracted considerable interest on both academic and personal levels. Isobel Gowdie, the renowned “Queen of Scottish Witches”, was a young Scottish housewife who was tried for witchcraft in 1662. Her detailed confessions, apparently achieved without the use of torture, relates her fifteen years of involvement with the Devil, and offers one of the most detailed looks at European witchcraft folklore at the end of the era of the Scottish Witch-Hunts. The most interesting part is that her testimony and fate are highly debated, still to this day. So, let's find out what she had to say that still has scholars scratching their heads.
07/09/181h 36m

The Death of Jacky Sutton

On October 18, 2015, former BBC journalist, Jacky Sutton was found hanged in a bathroom stall in Ataturk airport located in Istanbul. Her untimely death was ruled as an apparent suicide.Despite the conclusion of her death, it's the circumstances leading to this event that have people scratching their heads. Her supposed suicide went against not only her character, but her current occupation at the time. Furthermore, the reasoning for her suicide according to airport officials and the police, didn't make sense. The answer given was due to the lack of funds for her flight.Jacky's death is considered a suicide, but still remains highly suspicious.
07/09/1855m 2s

The Death of April Tinsley - w/ Interview

For three decades, the abduction, rape and murder of 8-year-old April Tinsley in April 1988 had frustrated Indiana investigators. The mysterious killer's taunting messages admitting to the crime, scrawled on a barn door and on paper notes threatening to kill again, only added to the desire to solve the cold case. Still, no suspect could be found.But thanks to advances in genealogy and DNA technology, the suspected killer was arrested and then confessed to the crime, more than 30 years after April's death.John D. Miller, 59, was preliminarily charged with murder, child molesting and criminal confinement of a victim under 14.Police connected him to the homicide by using DNA from the scene of the murder and from the taunting messages, and inputting them into a genealogical database. DNA from Miller's garbage matched DNA from the crime scene and from the taunts, and when police brought him in for questioning, he confessed to the disturbing killing.
07/09/181h 28m

Interview with True Crime Writer - Kelly Banaski

Kelly Banaski is a true crime writer from Tennessee. Her history covering crime for newspapers, and experience with magazines and copywriting eventually led her to turn her crime writing experience into longer pieces.Kelly owns the popular blog The Woman Condemned (www.thewomancondemned.com) , showcasing women on death row and those serving life through their own artwork and words via her prison visits, letters and phone calls. You can purchase any of Kelly's works here. Check them out, I'm sure you'll find something you like.www.amazon.com/Kelly-Banaski/e/B007RXA3MS
07/09/181h 10m

Part 3 of 3 - John Henry 'Doc' Holliday

John Henry "Doc" Holliday was an dentist by trade. He became an icon of the American West and was close friends with fellow gunslinger Wyatt Earp. They were the two most famous faces in what is regarded as the most legendary battle of the West: the gunfight at the O.K. Corral, which cemented Holliday's status as a legend. Who was Doc Holliday? Lets's seperate fact from fiction and find out.
07/09/181h 22m

Part 2 of 3 - John Henry 'Doc' Holliday

John Henry "Doc" Holliday was an dentist by trade. He became an icon of the American West and was close friends with fellow gunslinger Wyatt Earp. They were the two most famous faces in what is regarded as the most legendary battle of the West: the gunfight at the O.K. Corral, which cemented Holliday's status as a legend. Who was Doc Holliday? Lets's seperate fact from fiction and find out.
07/09/181h 5m

Part 1 of 3 - John Henry 'Doc' Holliday

John Henry "Doc" Holliday was an dentist by trade. He became an icon of the American West and was close friends with fellow gunslinger Wyatt Earp. They were the two most famous faces in what is regarded as the most legendary battle of the West: the gunfight at the O.K. Corral, which cemented Holliday's status as a legend. Who was Doc Holliday? Lets's seperate fact from fiction and find out.
07/09/181h 7m

Killafornia Circumstances - The Deaths at the Spreckels Mansion

In 2011 there were two mysterious deaths in a matter of days at the Spreckels Mansion. One is a six year old child that we still can't determine whether or not was an accident or foul play. The other, an elaborate hanging that still stirs controversy. Let's try to find out what happened to Max and Rebecca.
07/09/182h 10m

The Odon, Indiana Poltergeist Fires

In April of 1941 the little town of Odon, Indiana expierenced something unheard of. 28 sperate fires broke out spontaniously in one house, within a 24 hour period. After that one day, it never happened again.
07/09/1851m 21s

The Disappearance of Granger Taylor

In 1980 he confided that one night while he was lying in his do-it-yourself UFO, aliens made telepathic communication with him. No one knew what to think about this….as one of them later said, “He was such an unusual sort of guy.” On November 28, 1980 thirty-two year old Granger Taylor, along with his truck, disappeared. The question of what happened to him has never been satisfactorily resolved.
07/09/1853m 31s

The Bible Belt Strangler- Interview w/Teacher Alex Campbell and Press Conference

It seems like no one heard about the Bible Belt Strangler or his string of murders known as the Redhead Murders. 35 years ago across Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, and West Virginia, this serial killer strangled 6 women - 5 of whom remain Jane Doe’s to this day. A podcaster and a high school sociology class saw these women had no family fighting for them - so they stepped in to be their family. From putting wooden crosses in the ground, all the way to a press conference - this is an episode devoted to the series being covered on ‘Out of the Shadows’ as well as sharing the effort and impact of the sociology class at Elizabethton High School in Tennessee.
07/09/181h 7m

The Codex Gigas

The largest Medieval manuscript in the world, believed to have been the work of a single monk in Bohemia, it’s not its 620 pages at three-feet in size that makes it remarkable; it’s the Devil contained therein. Everything within the book was handwritten by a single anonymous monk, in one night, while possessed by the Devil. How much of this is true?
07/09/181h 40m

Part 4 of 4 - The Life, Death, and Conspiracy of Jesse James

Were Jesse James and his gang members of the KGC? There is now good evidence that they were. Did they also bury some of their stolen loot to add to the KGC treasures that were being buried around the country to finance another Civil War? Again, there is good evidence that they did, especially since Jesse and his gang were devout Southerners. They were still angry over the outcome of the Civil War and were doing all they could to benefit the Confederacy.
07/09/181h 17m

BONUS - **LIVE IN CINCINNATI** - The Death of David Bocks

Fernald would gain notoriety by 1984 when it was learned that the plant was releasing millions of pounds of uranium dust into the atmosphere, causing major radioactive contamination of the surrounding areas. That same year, employee Dave Bocks, a 39 year old pipefitter, disappeared during the facility’s graveyard shift and was later reported missing. Eventually, his remains were discovered inside a uranium processing furnace located in Plant 6; a sudden 28-degree drop in furnace temperature (which was kept at a constant 1300 degrees F) had been recorded at 5:15 AM during the night of Bocks’ disappearance. After the investigations, insufficient evidence was found relating to the death and the official ruling was that no foul play was involved. Some, however, including Bocks’ family, have believed that he was murdered by one or more coworkers who suspected him of being a whistleblower in the 1984 nuclear emissions scandal. Other theories included an industrial accident and suicide. It is believed that Dave Bocks was alive when he entered the furnace.
07/09/1832m 52s

Part 3 of 4 - The Life, Death, and Conspiracy of Jesse James

In this episode we will discuss the details surrounding the death of Jesse James along with the claims of a man named J. Frank Dalton. We will go deep into the DNA results of the 1995 exhumation of Jesse James’ body to find the facts of what really happened and if there is any chance of Jesse faking his own death.
07/09/181h 28m

Part 2 of 4 - The Life, Death, and Conspiracy of Jesse James

A teenager when he rode off to join Confederate guerrillas in 1864, Jesse James never really stopped fighting the Civil War. Unable to accept the defeat of the secessionist cause, Jesse trained his fury on banks, trains and stagecoaches. He fancied himself a modern Robin Hood, robbing from Radical Republicans and giving to the poor. But the myth hid the darker reality of a repeat murderer whose need for attention kept him committing crimes long after the cause he championed was gone.
07/09/181h 19m

Part 1 of 4 - The Life, Death, and Conspiracy of Jesse James

A teenager when he rode off to join Confederate guerrillas in 1864, Jesse James never really stopped fighting the Civil War. Unable to accept the defeat of the secessionist cause, Jesse trained his fury on banks, trains and stagecoaches. He fancied himself a modern Robin Hood, robbing from Radical Republicans and giving to the poor. But the myth hid the darker reality of a repeat murderer whose need for attention kept him committing crimes long after the cause he championed was gone.
07/09/181h 10m

Mysterious Killafornia - The Death of Kendrick Johnson

On January 11, 2013, Kendrick Johnson's body was discovered inside a rolled up wrestling mat in the gymnasium of his high school. A preliminary investigation and autopsy concluded that the death was accidental. Johnson's family had a private pathologist conduct a second autopsy which concluded that Johnson died from blunt force trauma. So what really happened to Kendrick Johnson??
07/09/181h 49m

Part 3 of 3 - The Death of Billy the Kid

For the unexpected finale of discussing the death of Billy the Kid, we are going to go over more details to try to answer some more questions about Brushy Bill Roberts. Not only that, but for those of you who were paying attention at the end of Part 1, when I said there was another guy who might have been Billy….. You just might wanna listen to this episode. I’m pretty sure I will make you rethink everything.
07/09/1853m 52s

Part 2 of 3 - The Death of Billy the Kid

The story of Billy the Kid’s short and violent life isn’t just incredible, it is indeterminate, with many parts still shrouded in mystery. For decades, the primary text on Billy the Kid’s killing was written by none other than Pat Garrett, the sheriff who said he shot the cattle rustler turned killer. So much has been fabricated about Billy the Kid’s life but the fact is that little can actually be proven. Evidence to support Pat Garrett’s claim that he killed Billy the Kid is hard to come by. The truth is that we may never know for certain how, or when, Billy the Kid died.   On a side note. I would love for everyone to check out the amazing poetry of my friend Nicoletta Wylde. New album is out!!! https://youdbesoprettyifyoujustsmiled.bandcamp.com/
07/09/181h 15m

Part 1 of 3 - The Death of Billy the Kid

No other historical figure from the Old West has stirred up more controversy and eluded historians and biographers more than Billy the Kid alias William H. Bonney. This young man in his short life has established his place in history and legend, but there is more to the myth there’s the man. Who was Billy the Kid? How did he become a legend? Was he more of a victim of circumstance? In Part 1, that’s what we try to figure out while we separate fact from myth.“I don’t blame you for writing of me as you have. You had to believe other stories, but then I don’t know if any one would believe anything good of me anyway.”~ Billy the Kid’s comment to a Las Vegas Gazette reporter (December, 1880)
07/09/181h 47m

The Burger Chef Murders

It happened in November 1978 at the Speedway Burger Chef. A Friday night. Four employees on duty disappear; 16-year-old Daniel Davis, 16-year-old Mark Flemmonds, 20-year-old Jayne Friedt and 17-year-old Ruth Shelton. Initially, police in Speedway didn’t have much to go on. Since there was $500 taken from the cash register some investigators thought the employees may have taken the money and went out for the night. The four employees couldn’t be found. Early in the investigation, York says a mistake was made. The Burger Chef restaurant was cleaned up. Two days after the employees disappeared the worst case scenario appeared. Twenty miles south of Burger Chef a grisly discovery was made in a Johnson County field. Two bodies found. Daniel Davis and Ruth Shelton had been shot execution-style. Not far away was the body of Jayne Friedt, murdered with a knife. And Mark Flemmonds had been beaten with a chain. So, what happened??
07/09/1854m 34s

Mysterious Killafornia - The Disappearance of Bryce Laspisa

On August 30, 2013, 19-year-old Bryce David Laspisa from Castiac California, went missing near Castiac Lake. After Bryce spent the summer with his parents, he appeared to be eager to start his sophmore year at Sierra College. Bryce’s friends however reported that he was drinking heavily and using prescription drugs during his first two weeks back on campus. He had also abruptly ended the relationship with his girlfriend and was under the influence the night he left campus. Also troubling was that Bryce had reportedly gaven away some of his possessions, including diamond earrings from his mother, before going on the road. The drive to his parent’s house should have only taken Bryce a few hours, however he was on the road for over 20 hours. During this timeframe, Bryce had his car serviced, he talked to his parents on several occasions and was even questioned by police. Everyone that spoke with Bryce, in-person and on the phone, insists that he was lucid during this strange timeframe. Police found it strange that Bryce was reluctant to call his parents on the phone and Bryce even told his mother not to come pick him up. Bryce mentioned to his parents he had something important that he wanted to discuss with them, however refused to give more information. What is it that Bryce wanted to talk his parents about and why was he reluctant to get home? These questions are central to the investigation for the police and also for the private investigator who have been working with Bryce’s parents. Bryce’s 2003 beige Toyota Highlander was found overturned. His laptop and wallet were still inside the vehicle. The back window of the vehicle had been removed and Bryce’s blood was located on the seats. Police question if Bryce drove off the round intentionally, heading down a steep and rocky terrain towards the nearby Castiac Lake. So what happened to Bryce??
07/09/181h 22m

Part 2 of 2 - The Death of Buford Pusser

Buford Pusser was the “Walking Tall” sheriff, famous for his frequent violent run-ins with local lowlifes and gangsters. But by August 21, 1974, he was retired and a Hollywood celebrity, driving away from his hometown county fair in a new Corvette he’d bought with money from his first Walking Tall movie. His daughter, who followed a few minutes behind, did indeed come upon the burning wreck of his car, with Buford dead beside it from a broken neck. Authorities claimed that Buford died because he was driving too fast, had too much to drink, and wasn’t wearing his seat belt. But few people in Adamsville believed that. To them, the crash, and Buford’s death, was not an accident. Investigators said that the fire made it impossible to know if the car had been tampered with. With so much contradiction surrounding his life and death … who was he, and what happened??Huge Thank You to Jared A. Walters for providing some of this audio. https://youtu.be/XXlpfGoi4iI
07/09/1846m 0s

Part 1 of 2 - The Death of Buford Pusser

Buford Pusser was elected sheriff of McNairy County, Tennessee, on a platform of cleaning up the county, which was regarded as the most corrupt, crime-ridden county in the state, if not the U.S. by some local citizens. According to locals, several organized-crime rings, based mainly in Nashville, ran the criminal enterprises in McNairy County, including gambling, prostitution, bootlegging, narcotics, auto theft, etc. Pusser was a former amateur wrestler while living in Chicago, who locals perceived as tough as nails and incorruptible, which was a major departure from the image some prior local officials had. Although there were never any witnesses, Pusser claimed there were several attempts to carry out a contract on his life. The most serious incident occurred when the car he and his wife was riding in was ambushed; his wife was killed and he was shot in the chin requiring substantial surgery and a major facial reconstruction to repair his chin as well as damage caused in several high speed accidents. Pusser died in 1974 when the Corvette he was driving veered off the road at over 100 mph and crashed. Though It was officially ruled an accident, some locals believed he had been deliberately run off the road in a successful assassination attempt. The case was quickly closed and the records sealed by court order. So what really happened??Huge Thank You to Jared A. Walters for providing some of this audio. https://youtu.be/XXlpfGoi4iI
07/09/1844m 51s

Part 2 of 2 - The Death of Kurt Cobain

DEBATE still rages around the circumstances of Kurt Cobain’s death after the rocker was legally ruled to have killed himself. The legendary Nirvana frontman left behind his wife, child and adoring fans at the age of 27. But how did it happen and why do fans still discuss his death over twenty years on? There is a common theory among fans that Courtney Love orchestrated Kurt’s death and made it look like a suicide. Despite all this , almost all Kurt’s friends and family have supported the suicide verdict. So I wonder why people still have questions, and what evidence is there to support the murder theory????
07/09/181h 41m

Part 1 of 2 - The Death of Kurt Cobain

On April 8, 1994, Kurt Cobain, the lead singer of the grunge band Nirvana, was found dead at his home in Seattle, Washington. Forensic analysis at the time determined he had killed himself on April 5. The Seattle Police Department incident report states: "Kurt Cobain was found with a shotgun across his body, had a visible head wound and there was a suicide note discovered nearby." The King County Medical Examiner noted puncture wounds on the inside of both the right and left elbow. Despite the official ruling of suicide, it has been suggested that Cobain did not actually kill himself. Tom Grant, a private investigator hired by Love to find Cobain after his departure from drug rehabilitation, believes that Cobain was murdered as the result of a conspiracy. Grant's theory has been analyzed and questioned by several books, television shows, and films. Authors and filmmakers have also attempted to explain what might have happened during Cobain's final days, and what might have led him to suicide.
07/09/1859m 54s

Bonus - 23 Creepy Facts About Gary Ridgway: The Green River Killer

Ridgway’s slayings began in 1982, when young runaways and prostitutes began disappearing from state Route 99 in south King County, Washington. He brought many of them to his home and strangled them, then left them in woodsy, remote sites. The first few bodies turned up along the now-notorious Green River. Dubbed the Green River Killer, Ridgway eluded the law until 2001, when King County sheriff Dave Reichert, the first officer assigned to the case in 1982, called a meeting to re-examine evidence using newly developed DNA-testing technology. The analysis produced a match between evidence from the victims and Ridgway, and he was charged with four counts of aggravated murder in December 2001. Ridgway eventually pleaded guilty to 48 counts of aggravated first-degree murder. Here are 23 creepy facts about this killer.
07/09/1825m 16s

Interview with Horror / Paranormal Author Kevin Eads

Kevin Eads was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He graduated with degrees in History and Political Science from Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne, where he served as Student Body President and was active in Phi Kappa Theta fraternity. He then received his Juris Doctorate from Nova Southeastern University where he focused on International Law. A lifelong fan of the horror genre, he began to tell his own stories with the 2011 release of The Amulet of Elisabeth Bathory for Dark Moon Press. Since that time he has released Lord Byron’s Revenge, Dracula’s Disciples, Return to Camp Hell, and That Sure Doesn’t Taste Like Pork Sausage., among others.Kevin is also the host and executive producer of Eerie America Travel Guide of the Macabre, a travel documentary from Dark Moon Productions. He wrote and will soon to be directing a horror film adapted from his book, Dark Asylum at the Randolph Infirmary in Winchester Indiana. Not to mention he is also my cousin. So join us as we talk about horror, ghost hunting, our hometowns and some cool family history.www.amazon.com/Kevin-Eads/e/B007FUES8S
07/09/181h 1m

Part 2 of 2 - The Death of an Icon : Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe (born Norma Jeane Mortenson; June 1, 1926 – August 5, 1962) was an American actress, model and singer. Famous for playing comic “dumb blonde” characters, she became one of the most popular sex symbols of the 1950s and was emblematic of the era’s attitudes towards sexuality. Although she was a top-billed actress for only a decade, her films grossed $200 million by the time of her unexplained death in 1962. More than half a century after her death, she continues to be considered a major popular culture icon. In the following decades after her death several theories have been introduced to contradict suicide as the cause of Monroe’s death, including murder and accidental overdose. The murder speculations first gained mainstream attention in 1973, and didn’t stop there… so what really happend to Marilyn Monroe??
07/09/182h 20m

Part 1 of 2 - The Death of an Icon : Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe (born Norma Jeane Mortenson; June 1, 1926 – August 5, 1962) was an American actress, model and singer. Famous for playing comic "dumb blonde" characters, she became one of the most popular sex symbols of the 1950s and was emblematic of the era's attitudes towards sexuality. Although she was a top-billed actress for only a decade, her films grossed $200 million by the time of her unexplained death in 1962. More than half a century after her death, she continues to be considered a major popular culture icon. In the following decades after her death several theories have been introduced to contradict suicide as the cause of Monroe's death, including murder and accidental overdose. The murder speculations first gained mainstream attention in 1973, and didn't stop there... so what really happend to Marilyn Monroe??
07/09/1847m 18s

Doris Bither and the Entity Haunting

The Doris Bither case, also known as the Entity hauntings, was an alleged haunting which occurred in 1974 at Culver City, California. Doris Bither, a mother of 4 children, had contacted paranormal investigators Barry Taff and Kerry Gaynor who came to investigate on August 22, 1974. Bither alleged that she was attacked and raped by an invisible entity which she believed were the spirits of three men. She claimed two would hold her down while the third raped her. Bither had a history of physical and substance abuse. She had been in multiple abusive relationships and had a traumatic childhood. Was she crazy, hanunted, or was this a poltergeist?
07/09/181h 19m

The Disappearance of Nieko Lisi

Neiko Lisi was last seen in Addison, New York on September 30, 2011. He and a 20-year-old friend, Robert Knight, stopped at Lisi's uncle's home at 2:00 p.m. and said they were going to Buffalo, New York to possibly go camping. Lisi had phone contact with his family the next day. He has never been seen or heard from again.On the morning of October 1, Knight arrived at his parents' home in Romulus, Michigan. He said Lisi had dropped him off there, but no one actually saw Lisi. On October 3, Lisi's mother got his driver's license in the mail. Someone had found it on a street in Hornell, New York, about fifteen minutes from Lisi's home, and mailed it back. His Facebook page had been shut down without warning around that same time.Lisi's family reported him missing on October 5, and the Michigan police questioned Knight on October 8. While he was being interviewed, the police decided to take him to the hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. Knight was released from the hospital the next day. At 8:00 p.m. on October 10, he was found dead of a drug overdose at his parents' home. Authorities haven't said whether they think Knight's death is related to Lisi's disappearance.The pickup truck Lisi had been driving in when he vanished could not be found after his disappearance. In July 2016, four and a half years after Lisi's disappearance, authorities finally located it, completely stripped down and locked inside a garage in a private home in Franklin, Tennessee. Foul play is suspected in Lisi's case. He remains missing.If you have any information concerning this case, Please contact....New York State Police: Troop E 607-776-6866
07/09/1856m 47s

The Disappearance and Death of Dorothy Jane Scott

Dorothy Jane Scott was a single mother in 1980 who kept receiving mysterious phone calls at her job in Anaheim, California. Dorothy thought the voice sounded familiar, but she could never place it. The caller threatened to cut her into pieces and let her know he knew exactly where she was every minute of the day.Alarmed, Dorothy took up karate. It didn't help her. One night she attended a meeting and became alarmed at the appearance of a coworker. Dorothy and another coworker took their friend to the ER to get checked out.Once the coworker was treated, Dorothy offered to get her car and pull around to the front of the hospital. As Dorothy's two coworkers waited for her, they saw her race past them, high beams blinding them. Dorothy was never seen again.A few hours later, her car was found burning in an alleyway. A week after Dorothy vanished, her parents got a phone call from a man saying he killed Dorothy. The calls from the mysterious man continued for 4 years.In 1984, Dorothy's remains were found. After the media reported Dorothy's death, two final calls were received, asking if Dorothy was home.So, who killed Dorothy and why? Was it is someone in her past or a random man who was obsessed? For more detailed information on this case, and many others, go to crimeblogger1983.blogspot.com
07/09/1859m 5s

The Death of a Ghost - King of the Delta Blues : Robert Johnson

According to legend, as a young man living on a plantation in rural Mississippi, Robert Johnson had a tremendous desire to become a great blues musician. He was instructed to take his guitar to a crossroad near Dockery Plantation at midnight. There he was met by a large black man (the devil) who took the guitar and tuned it. The devil played a few songs and then returned the guitar to Johnson, giving him mastery of the instrument. This was a deal with the devil mirroring the legend of Faust. In exchange for his soul, Johnson was able to create the blues for which he became famous. Johnson died on August 16, 1938, at the age of 27, near Greenwood, Mississippi, of unknown causes. Several differing accounts have described the events preceding his death. According to one theory, Johnson was poisoned by the jealous husband of a woman with whom he had flirted. Johnson had been flirting with a married woman at a dance, who gave him a bottle of whiskey poisoned by her husband. But....when you start looking into this case, it doesn't add up. Did Robert Johnson really make a deal with the devil? How did he really die? Where is he buried? These are questions that surround the myth and the legend of Robert Johnson.
07/09/181h 37m

The Bennett Family Murders

The Bennett family murders is a case that goes back more than three decades. It begins with a woman killed with a hammer in Lakewood and, a week later, a family killed the same way in Aurora. The killer was never brought to justice. But new technology is getting detectives closer and closer to solving the brutal mystery. The Bennett family had just moved into their Aurora home around Thanksgiving. It was a quiet cul-de-sac and most of the homes were still empty. Their daughter Melissa about to celebrate her eighth birthday, but never would. On the night of Jan. 16, 1984 a man entered the Bennett’s home. The man fatally stabbed and bludgeoned 27-year-old Bruce Bennett and sexually assaulted and bludgeoned his wife Debra, 26. He then sexually assaulted and fatally beat 7-year-old Melissa Bennett and shattered the face of 3-year-old Vanessa Bennett. She survived.
07/09/1851m 18s

Part 2 - The Demonic Possession of Maurice Theriault

As a child Maurice "Frenchy" Theriault lived a hard New England life, suffering long hours working on his family farm and dealing with his father’s abusive attitude, becoming more and more violent towards his son as he became older. Frenchy began to ask for help, calling upon anyone who would help him, even unknowingly asking Satan to help him. It was also during this time that he witnessed something horrific in the farm’s barn that is never explained fully but which is only hinted at as involving sex of some kind. Frenchy was forced to watch and participate in acts. Frenchy began to notice differences in himself. He had increased strength, knowledge of things he had never learned. He eventually left and floated around New England for years. In the spring of 1985 the town noticed something unusual going on with Frenchy. Blood would randomly appear in the house and on Frenchy. His unusual strength continued. The most disturbing activity was Frenchy’s bi-location. It was decided that this was a case of possession, and Bishop Robert McKenna was called in and agreed to perform an exorcism. The exorcism was successful...... but only for awhile.....
07/09/1846m 27s

Part 1 - The Demonic Possession of Maurice Theriault

***Huge thank you to Peter Joseph Lewis for lending me his creepy, bad ass voice for this episode!!!***As a child Maurice "Frenchy" Theriault lived a hard New England life, suffering long hours working on his family farm and dealing with his father’s abusive attitude, becoming more and more violent towards his son as he became older. Frenchy began to ask for help, calling upon anyone who would help him, even unknowingly asking Satan to help him. It was also during this time that he witnessed something horrific in the farm’s barn that is never explained fully but which is only hinted at as involving sex of some kind. Frenchy was forced to watch and participate in acts. Frenchy began to notice differences in himself. He had increased strength, knowledge of things he had never learned. He eventually left and floated around New England for years. In the spring of 1985 the town noticed something unusual going on with Frenchy. Blood would randomly appear in the house and on Frenchy. His unusual strength continued. The most disturbing activity was Frenchy’s bi-location. It was decided that this was a case of possession, and Bishop Robert McKenna was called in and agreed to perform an exorcism. The exorcism was successful...... but only for awhile.....
07/09/1838m 37s

Bonus - 10 Cases Of Consensual Homicide

Being murdered is a legitimate nightmare for most people, but there are other people who look at it as the only way to leave this world. For a variety of reasons, the people listed here wanted to die and asked someone to do the deed for them. Amazingly, those asked agreed and went along with the plan, committing some brutal murders in the process.
07/09/1832m 4s

The Curse of “Little Bastard”

In the nine days that James Dean owned “Little Bastard”, it’s reported that others warned him of uneasy feelings they had about the car. Among them were actor Nick Adams; actress and singer Eartha Kitt; Dean’s uncle Charlie Nolan; and actress and sometime girlfriend Ursula Andres, who was with Dean when he bought the car. If these warnings were the only eerie factor, the story would be unnerving enough. But Dean’s death wasn’t the last of the strange occurrences surrounding the car.
07/09/1842m 40s

Bonus - Talking with April Simmons of Mysterious Circumstances Magazine

In this episode, I get to relax a little bit and talk with April Simmons of Mysterious Circumstances Magazine. We get into just about everything mysterious and paranormal.
07/09/181h 12m

The Death of Actor Bob Crane

***Originally recorded on July 31st, 2016***……In June 1978, Crane was living in the Winfield Place Apartments in Scottsdale, Arizona. On the afternoon of June 29, Crane’s co-star Victoria Ann Berry entered his apartment after he failed to show up for a lunch meeting and discovered his body. Crane had been bludgeoned to death with a weapon that was never identified, though investigators believed it to be a camera tripod. An electrical cord had been tied around his neck.
07/09/181h 35m

Part 4 - The Sleeping Prophet : Edgar Cayce

Edgar Cayce has been called the “sleeping prophet,” the “father of holistic medicine,” and the most documented psychic of the 20th century. For more than 40 years of his adult life, Cayce gave psychic “readings” to thousands of seekers while in an unconscious state, diagnosing illnesses and revealing lives lived in the past and prophecies yet to come. But who, exactly, was Edgar Cayce?
07/09/1845m 46s

Part 3 - The Sleeping Prophet : Edgar Cayce

Edgar Cayce has been called the “sleeping prophet,” the “father of holistic medicine,” and the most documented psychic of the 20th century. For more than 40 years of his adult life, Cayce gave psychic “readings” to thousands of seekers while in an unconscious state, diagnosing illnesses and revealing lives lived in the past and prophecies yet to come. But who, exactly, was Edgar Cayce?
07/09/181h 22m

Part 2 - The Sleeping Prophet : Edgar Cayce

Edgar Cayce has been called the “sleeping prophet,” the “father of holistic medicine,” and the most documented psychic of the 20th century. For more than 40 years of his adult life, Cayce gave psychic “readings” to thousands of seekers while in an unconscious state, diagnosing illnesses and revealing lives lived in the past and prophecies yet to come. But who, exactly, was Edgar Cayce?
07/09/1841m 26s

Part 1 - The Sleeping Prophet : Edgar Cayce

Edgar Cayce has been called the “sleeping prophet,” the “father of holistic medicine,” and the most documented psychic of the 20th century. For more than 40 years of his adult life, Cayce gave psychic “readings” to thousands of seekers while in an unconscious state, diagnosing illnesses and revealing lives lived in the past and prophecies yet to come. But who, exactly, was Edgar Cayce?
07/09/1853m 41s

Bonus - 10 Hitmen You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Most of us have heard the horrific tales of hired guns like Richard “The Iceman” Kuklinski and Sammy “The Bull” Gravano. However, history has provided us with a slew of bloodthirsty evildoers who have slipped through the cracks. Here are 10 of the most prolific, unusual, and sometimes unassuming contract killers the last century has produced.
07/09/1825m 58s

The Death of Morgan Ingram

In December 2011, 20-year-old Morgan was found dead in her bedroom of a suspected drug overdose. Authorities later ruled Morgan’s death a suicide, but her parents, Toni and Steve, say that they believe something far more sinister was at play. This episode was cohosted with the one and only T.J. who did a great job on the research!!!!
07/09/182h 14m

The Amber Hagerman Story

On January 13, 1996, nine-year-old Amber Rene Hagerman (November 25, 1986 – January 17, 1996) was abducted while riding her bike in Arlington, Texas. A neighbor who witnessed the abduction called the police, and Amber’s brother Ricky went home to tell his mother and grandparents what happened. It’s often believed that Hagerman’s murderer kept her alive for at least two days. Richard Hagerman and Amber’s mother, Donna Whitson (now Donna Norris), called the news media and the FBI. The Whitsons and their neighbors began searching for Amber. Four days after the abduction, near midnight, her body was found in a creek behind an apartment complex – with cut wounds to her neck. The site of the discovery was less than five miles from where she went missing. There are no suspects to her abduction and homicide.
07/09/181h 14m

The Death of Actress Natalie Wood

The 1981 drowning of Natalie Wood, while Splendour, the yacht belonging to her and her husband, Robert Wagner, was anchored off Catalina Island, remains one of Hollywood’s darkest mysteries. The star of Splendor in the Grass and Rebel Without a Cause, whose tempestuous search for love had led her finally to remarry Wagner, was terrified of deep water. How had she ended up in the Pacific in the middle of the night? Drawing on the police report—which includes interviews with Wagner, Christopher Walken (Wood’s then co-star), and others—as well as details from the yacht’s captain, let’s see if we can’t find out what happened.
07/09/181h 3m

Bonus - Interview with Crime Writer Les Edgerton.

Les Edgerton was born in Odessa, Texas. He grew up in Freeport, Texas and in and around South Bend, Indiana. He served four years in the U.S. Navy. Later, he was sentenced to two to five years in Pendleton Reformatory for second-degree burglary. Four years after getting out of prison, he attended Indiana University at South Bend, where he was elected Student Body President, was sports editor for the campus newspaper, and was head of the student athletic association, which began the school's first basketball team. He later earned an MFA in Writing from Vermont College. Edgerton's fiction has been nominated for countless awards!!!https://www.amazon.com/Les-Edgerton/e/B000APH7SI http://lesedgertononwriting.blogspot.com/
07/09/181h 13m

“The Rain Man” Donnie Decker

The story of Don Decker, who became known to the world as the Rain Man, is arguably one of the most well-documented paranormal events in recent history. Its credibility is based on the accounts of many witnesses who were law enforcement professionals.
07/09/181h 2m

The Death of Gareth Williams

Police visited Williams's home during the afternoon of Monday 23 August 2010, as a "welfare check" after colleagues noted he had been out of contact for several days. His decomposing naked remains were found in a red The North Face bag, padlocked from the outside, in the bath of the main bedroom's en-suite bathroom. The police had gained entry into his top floor flat in Alderney Street, Pimlico at around 16:40. His family believe that crucial DNA was interfered with and that fingerprints left at the scene were wiped off as part of a cover-up. No fingerprints, palm-prints, footprints or traces of Williams's DNA were found on the rim of the bath, the bag zip or the bag padlock. A key to the padlock was inside the bag, underneath his body.
07/09/181h 27m

The Death of Jeremiah Duggan

March 27th, 2003 Wiesbaden, Germany. A college student named Jeremiah Duggan supposedly commits suicide by throwing himself into oncoming traffic on a busy German Freeway. In the grips of what is considered a "political cult" questions start arising about the hours before his death and the evidence that is destroyed. Did he reach his breaking point and decide to end it all, or was he killed because he wanted to leave the organization? www.justiceforjeremiah.com
07/09/1851m 23s

The Death of Jim Morrison

When a celebrity dies under mysterious circumstances, or their followers believe there is more to the story than what is being told, conspiracy is thrown around.  Did they really die, did they fake their deaths, were they murdered, etc.?   One of those celebrities who's death has been shrouded in darkness for decades is that of, The Doors frontman, Jim Morrison.
07/09/181h 32m

The Disappearance of Haleigh Cummings

On February 10th, 2009 a 5 year old girl disappeared without a trace from her Satsuma Florida home. A case that seemed like a random abduction at first, later turned into a possible murder at the hands of her father's live-in girlfriend and her relatives. With drugs playing an everyday role in the parents lives and stories about what happened that night constantly changing, it's hard to say if we will ever get the real story of what happened to Haleigh Cummings.
07/09/181h 27m

The Death of Abe "Kid Twist" Reles

On November 12th, 1941, Abe 'Kid Twist' Reles fell to his death out of a 6th floor Coney Island hotel window. Set to testify that same day against high level mobsters, most think it was no accident. With failing health and his life in ruins could he have jumped? Was it a prank gone horribly wrong? I guess we'll have to look at the facts and find out.
07/09/1848m 59s

The Death of Penny Cunningham

In December of 2001, while backpacking in Thailand, Penny Cunningham is hit while trying to flag down a train. She had been robbed of everything except a boarding pass in someone else's name.
07/09/1824m 7s

The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann

Madeleine McCann disappeared on the evening of 3 May 2007 from her bed in a holiday apartment in a resort in the Algarve region of Portugal, sparking what one newspaper called "the most heavily reported missing-person case in modern history". Her whereabouts remain unknown, and her parents remain the main suspects....
07/09/1856m 5s

The Disappearance of Laureen Rahn

On April 26th 1980, 14 year old Laureen Rahn disappeared without a trace from her New Hampshire home. There are clues stretching from New Hampshire to California, including anonymous phone calls to Laureen's mother for several years after her disappearance. 35 years later, we still have no idea what happened to her.
07/09/1844m 33s

The Death of Actress Thelma Todd

On December 16th 1935, Hollywood star Thelma Todd was found dead in her car in a garage. Coroner and Grand Jury said it was accidental suicide. With Injuries looking like she was beat up, and knowing who she was involved with, make it hard not to ignore the facts that this was no suicide.
07/09/181h 9m

10 Spiritual or Scientific Attempts at Raising the Dead

Have you ever wanted to bring a loved one back, if only for a moment? Well here is a list of some people who tried to do just that..... and some actually succeeded.
07/09/1828m 48s

The Death of Anjelica "AJ" Hadsell

March 2 2015 - Norfolk, Virginia --- 18 year old AJ Hadsell goes missing while visiting home on spring break from college. 38 Days later her body is found 50 miles away. AJ, an athlete and non-drug user is said to have died of acute heroine poisoning. With tons of evidence against her adoptive father, is it possible he was not the one to blame??? Lets find out......
07/09/181h 6m

The Teleportation of Gil Perez

A legend goes, that in 1593 a Spanish Soldier named Gil Perez supposedly teleported from Manila, Philippines to Mexico City, Mexico in the blink of an eye. It's a legend that has survived over 400 years, in two different cities, on opposite sides of the world. Do you think it has any truth to it?
07/09/1822m 47s

The Disappearance of Kyron Horman

June 4th 2010, 7 year old Kyron Horman vanishes from his school right after the science fair. His stepmother was the last person to see him alive as he headed down the hall to his first period class that morning. He never made it to that class. So... what happened to Kyron Horman.??? Thank you to Rachel, who did a great job co-hosting this with me!!
07/09/181h 3m

The Disappearance of Tara Calico

On September 20th 1988 Tara Calico goes for a daily bike ride and never returns. No clues really turn up until June of 1989 when a picture is of a bound woman resembling Tara turns up in a grocery store parking lot 1600 miles away. This is where the real story just begins.
07/09/1841m 9s

The Death of Kathleen Kohm

April 5th, 1981. Santa Claus, Indiana. 11 year old Kathleen Kohm goes out for a jog but never returns. After a frantic 11 week search her body is eventually found in a wooded area less than a mile from her house. With only one suspect in mind, how has her killer never been brought to justice?
07/09/1844m 10s

The Villisca Axe Murders

On a June night in 1912, two adults and six children are murdered by an unknown attacker with an axe. The father had a few enemies in a sleepy little town, and one man was even tried twice for the crime but aquitted. Was it the work of a serial killer? Me, and guest host Ellie, will lay out the scene and the facts and let you decide.
07/09/181h 11m

10 Notorious Witches and Warlocks

Whether you believe in them or not witches are real, and along with them comes the magic, curses, and spells that everyone fears. In my short episode we talk about the 10 most notable witches and warlocks throughout history.
07/09/1828m 30s

Part 2 of 2 - The Deaths of the Jamison Family

n rural Oklahoma in 2009 a family displaying odd behavior disappears. 8 days later their abandoned truck is found. After an extensive 9 month search no clues turn up. 4 years later.... their bodies are found less than 3 miles from where there truck was discovered. In this episode we discuss the circumstances of their disappearance and their bodies being found and the theories where we get a lot more in depth on their background and what might have happened.
07/09/1851m 54s

Part 1 of 2 - The Deaths of the Jamison Family

In rural Oklahoma in 2009 a family displaying odd behavior disappears. 8 days later their abandoned truck is found. After an extensive 9 month search no clues turn up. 4 years later.... their bodies are found less than 3 miles from where there truck was discovered. In this short episode we discuss the circumstances of their disappearance and their bodies being found. In Part 2 we discuss the theories where we get a lot more in depth on their background and what might have happened.
07/09/1820m 15s

The Deaths of Don Henry and Kevin Ives

On August 23, 1987 the lifeless bodies of Don Henry and Kevin Ives were placed on a set of train tracks in Alexander, Arkansas where they were eventually ran over by an oncoming train. The deaths were initially ruled an accident but a later autopsy would reveal that the boys were dead before they were hit by the train. Surrounded by controversy over no investigation, shady members of state government and drug smugglers, this is one crazy case!!!
07/09/1850m 25s

The Real Identity of Lori Erica Ruff aka Kimberly McLean

After the suicide of Lori Erica Ruff in 2010 it was found that she had been living under a false identity for most of her life. In September of 2016 this six year old mystery was supposedly solved. But is it?? Why did Kimberly McLean leave home at the age of 18 and assume, not one, but two different identities? I'm not sure we will ever know.Huge thank you to Rachel who did an amazing job on this episode as listener co-host for the week!!
07/09/1857m 31s

The Disappearance of Maud Crawford

March 2nd, 1957. Clyde Crawford comes home to find an empty house. Car still in the driveway, purse on the chair, and every light in the house on... his wife Maud is gone.. A woman who was a pillar of her community vanished without a trace. So what happened?? This is the very first listener co-hosted episode, So i got to give a huge thank you to Ellie!!
07/09/1837m 38s

10 Things School Did Not Teach You About the Disappearance of Amelia Earhart

This is a short episode for fun called 10 Things School Did Not Teach You About the Disappearance of Amelia Earhart. Still, to this day, a very intriguing mystery.
07/09/1819m 40s

The Ghost Light of Senath

There's a story about a light in Senath, Missouri that can not be explained. This light is also said to interact with you. Local legend says it is the ghost, so we go back to the 19th century with science to try to explain this light. I lay out some facts and stories then you can decide.....
07/09/1848m 52s

The Death of Lorenzen Wright

On January 19th , 2010 a call was placed by Lorenzen Wright to 911 in Germantown Tennessee. 9 days later his decomposed body was found. How could an NBA player end up dead in his hometown and nobody know anything? When a millionaire looses all his money would, he start selling drugs to survive, or would a revenge-set ex-wife have the guts to prematurely collect on some life insurance money?? You decide....
07/09/1836m 17s

The Death of Julia Wallace

On January 20th, 1931 in Liverpool England, the body of Julia Wallace is discovered by her husband William Herbert Wallace. Wallace would become the primary suspect, be tried, and convicted for the crime but would later win his appeal due to lack of evidence. So did he really do it? This case is considered one of the greatest murder mysteries of the 20th century and a classic "who done it" crime.
07/09/1848m 5s

The Death of Max Spiers

July 16th, 2016 - UFO Researcher and Conspiracy Theorist Max Spiers dies on a couch after vomiting "black liquid". Possibly investigating people he shouldn't have, was he knocked off...or was he just in poor health. You decide!
07/09/1832m 8s

The Death of Rodney Marks

On May 12th 2000, Australian astrophysicist Rodney Marks died at the Amundsen-Scott Base in the South Pole. Originally thought to have died of natural causes, an autopsy conducted 6 months later would reveal that he actually died of methanol poisoning. Was this a freak accident, suicide, or something more sinister?
07/09/1848m 34s

The Death of Musician Bobby Fuller

On July 18th 1966, young rock star Bobby Fuller was found dead in the front seat of his car, drenched in gasoline and already in an advanced stage of rigor mortis. What happened? Signed to a shady record label with mob ties and stories of LSD parties gone wrong we will probably never know what really happened....But that won't stop us from trying to figure it out.
07/09/1848m 31s

10 Mysteries From the State of California

This episode is dedicated to California. 10 Unsolved Mysteries from the state of California.
07/09/1827m 54s

10 Souls That Made Deals With the Devil

Have you ever wanted to be rich, famous, or successful? Why not make a deal with the Devil? In this short episode we will be talking about 10 people in history who supposedly did.
07/09/1835m 29s

The Death of Frank Olson

On November 28th 1953, CIA scientist Dr. Frank Olson plunged to his death out of a 13th floor hotel window. The death was initially ruled a suicide until 1994 when a second autopsy was performed. Was Frank distraught over what he was apart of in the CIA or had he become a security risk that had to be taken care of? I'll give you the facts and you decide.
07/09/1828m 51s
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