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A podcast that explores the unknown, the unexplained, the mysterious, the unsolved and the just plain strange. Bizarre crimes, disappearing people, odd creatures, creepy phenomena, it's all here. We won't solve every mystery, but we'll try to separate truth from fiction and let you decide.
 
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In early 1900s Oklahoma, the Abernathy brothers decided they wanted to go see the new governor’s mansion in Santa Fe, NM. 1,300 miles away. On horseback. Alone. They had to ask their dad for permission first - since they were nine and five years old. He said go for it. Sources https://www.washingtonpost.com/history/2019/10/19/ultimate-free-range-ki…
 
With nothing more than a girlfriend and a flashlight to guide him back, it is not surprising that Peter Gibbs disappeared when he soared his little plane into the dark Scottish night. That was mystery enough, but then they found his nearly pristine body four months later lying in plain sight on previously searched ground. Where had he gone? Why had…
 
The coroner in Beaumont, Texas said Greg Fleniken has been beaten so badly on September 15, 2010 that his innards were a bloody, ruptured mess. But Room 348 was pristine. No one suspicious had gone in or out of the room the entire night. He had a thousand dollars in his wallet and a cigarette still in his hand. What really happened to Greg Fleniken…
 
They sang. They danced. They did comedy. They did tragedy. They read moralistic essays. They also dodged fruits and vegetables and pulled shotguns on their audience. They were The Fabulous Cherry Sisters and they were nothing if not entertaining, intentional or otherwise.By Weird World Podcast
 
In 2004, a high school student working at a McDonald’s in Kentucky was pulled into the manager’s office. There was a police officer on the phone. He said someone had accused her of theft. He asked her manager to detain her. She did. Then things got very out of hand.By Weird World Podcast
 
At 1:19 am on March 8, 2014 the pilot of Malaysian Flight 370 said “Goodnight, Malaysian three-seven-zero” to air traffic control as the plane headed out of Malaysian air space. That was the last anyone ever heard from him and the other 238 people on board. In Part 1 we track exactly what happened that morning through the initial frantic searching …
 
Geoffrey Pyke’s colleagues called him “Professor Brainstorm” and during WWII he dreamed up some of the craziest weapons of war ever. Giant ice ships, sideways-jumping snow tanks, and shooting soldiers through pies into enemy territory. But when Pyke spoke, both Lord Mountbatten and Winston Churchill listened.…
 
When 12 boys and their soccer coach went into a cave near their home in Thailand, they figured they would be inside an hour at most. It turned out to be more like 17 days. Water rising, no food, probably inbred subhuman cave monsters waiting to feast on human flesh, and the only way out was a torturous tunnel completely submerged.…
 
Someone slaughtered four people at the Booher farm in Alberta, Canada in 1928. The police were stumped. Lucky for them, they had one of the foremost psychologists in the world visiting from Austria at the time. Even more fortunate, Maximilian Langsner could not just heal minds, he could read them. Langsner would find their murderer.…
 
No, they didn’t poison us. They actually tried to prevent companies from poisoning us. But they did this by poisoning people. Confusing, yes, but fascinating. Sources: https://www.esquire.com/food-drink/food/a23169/poison-squad/ The Poison Squad: One Chemist's Single-Minded Crusade for Food Safety at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, by Deborah Bl…
 
Linda Cortile was sleeping soundly in her 12th floor Manhattan apartment when three aliens came and beamed her onto their spaceship at 3:15 in the morning. What made her story different was this: people had actually witnessed the event. And not just two government agents named Richard and Dan, but a whole bunch of freaked out people watching from t…
 
Something was terrorizing the countryside around Bedburg in Germany in the late 1500s. First cattle, then children, then women. Disappeared, dismembered, devoured. Was it wolves? Was it the devil? Or was it a little bit of both? Disclaimer: There are descriptions of attacks / murders and of old-timey torture and execution methods in this episode.…
 
It started with a monk and nun executed for their illicit affair in 1362. The nun came back to haunt the scene of her demise. Then came a headless coachman. Then a poltergeist started tossing around candlesticks and scrawling messages on walls. Harry Price went ghost hunting. But only fire could expunge the evil from this place. Or did it?…
 
Halloween is the perfect time for a fact or fiction episode. This one centers on strange things: tiny little vampires, moonstones, a demonic tree, man-eating trees and, worst of all, baby cages. Listen, then vote for the weird thing you think is B.S. We’ll reveal the fake strange thing on Halloween.By Weird World Podcast
 
When Ed Bielek saw the movie, The Philadelphia Experiment, something sparked in his primal memory. Something from his past in Montauk on Long Island, New York. In a flash, Bielek realized he could add to the lore of time travel, telepathy, and government conspiracies with his own remarkable experiences. Be forewarned, this episode goes to 11.…
 
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