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Crime Capsule

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Crime Capsule

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From DNA testing to the Dixie Mafia, Crime Capsule brings you new stories of true crime in American history. Join writer and host Benjamin Morris for exclusive interviews with authors from Arcadia Publishing, writing the hottest books on the most chilling stories of our country’s past. Crime Capsule: history so interesting it’s criminal.
 
Each week, Andy and Art, two Chicago comedians and skeptics, are abducted by the titular Mr. Bunker. Mr. Bunker brings Andy and Art to his secret doomsday bunker where they must podcast about various conspiracy theories, paranormal activity, and all things bizarre! Will Bunker's research convince these two skeptics? Will it convince you?
 
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Spooky Science Sisters

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Spooky Science Sisters

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We're two scientists and sisters (in-law) bringing you a podcast about the possible scientific explanations behind all things strange and unusual, from hauntings to extraterrestrials to demonic possession! So, put on your critical thinking caps and join us every other week for some creepy conversation and lots of laughter.
 
Each week Paula and Stephen explore unsolved murders, lost shipwrecks, local legends and more! https://www.ohiomysteries.com. https://www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries https://www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries https://www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio In any given episode we feature fantastic music by the following music-https://soundcloud.com/davidhydemusic. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL0pcAGV4g67jCxGIPWv9iQ https://www.youtube.com/c/WhitesandComposer https://www.youtube.com/user/audionautix htt ...
 
The Mad Scientist Podcast is a comedy show about the history and philosophy of science and pseudoscience. Hosted by Chris and Marie, join our intrepid hosts as they talk about all the weird stuff your science textbook left out. Because sometimes, the best way to learn how to think like a scientist is to talk about all the bad science floating around out there!
 
Books, Cats & Snacks is a weekly podcast by Oaky and Cattie where we discuss our chosen book of the month as well as other book-related obsessions. We include cat stories and snacks, too! The podcast is a two parter, where one episode discusses the book and the other is the midway check-in episode before the next book. We have include book shoutouts in our minisodes.
 
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CIRCLES

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CIRCLES

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Something is coming. If you want to survive, you must remember this: Stay safe. Stay inside your circle.The acclaimed UK indie podcast that became the international audio horror mini-series event of 2020 is here.Created by Brendon Connelly.Co-written by James Field and James MacDonald.Starring Tal Minear, Beth Eyre, Sarah Pitard, Bryce Cooke and Tom Alexander.Directed and Produced by Jack Bowman. Produced in association with AudioMarvels®.
 
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Smile, It'll Be Over Soon

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Smile, It'll Be Over Soon

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Based on short stories by Steve Atkin, Smile It’ll Be Over Soon brings laughing jack back for an encore performance. Hannah and her mother Jade move into a new home with Jade’s new partner, Johnathan. Unbeknownst to them their new home is the same place where the original story "Laughing Jack" took place ten years prior, and the past horrors are far from gone - only waiting for a new playmate. As Jade struggles to connect with her daughter, Hanna's new home life is plagued by monsters - both ...
 
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Pod Drop

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Pod Drop

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Not your typical podcast. Digging into the lesser known stories that tie together the worlds of sport, film, and gaming. Released in "Drops", we explore the big picture ideas that seep into the different segments of pop culture. Listen to one, or listen to them all. These evergreen episodes tell a story that can be appreciated by everyone.
 
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In this interview, Ann and I discuss The Storyteller's Death, how the book is a love letter to Puerto Rico and her family there, the importance of including the sense of smell when creating an immersive setting, why she set the book in the 1970s, her incredible opening sentence, magical realism as a symbol of hope, and much more. Ann's recommended …
 
This episode we dig into the early years of the famine, from the time of the first loss of a potato to the end of the Peel government. This begins a long series of disasters, some naturally occurring, and others created by the government in their quest to starve the Irish into becoming good capitalists. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megap…
 
In this interview, Kristina and I discuss The Ways We Hide, including MI-9 in her book and why people are so much less familiar with it, how the game of Monopoly was used as spy craft, her Book Club Guide online, the highlight of writing this book, all of the research she conducted, and much more. Kristina's recommended reads are: The Wedding Veil …
 
Our discussion for this bonus episode! Cattie's pick - Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn Oaky's pick - Confident Women: Swindlers, Grifters, and Shapeshifters of the Feminine Persuasion by Tori Telfer Our guest Manny Iggy's pick - The Housemaid by Freida McFadden He's the author of Red Resilience: the Story of Stalla Manny Iggy's Facebook…
 
A new contender for giggliest episode enters the ring! In this episode, we're talking internet urban legends, from the O.G. "Ted the Caver" to the "Not Deer" craze on Appalachian TikTok. Our guest this episode is the delightful Tyson Kemp! ** You can find Tyson telling wonderful, well-researched spooky and skeptical stories @tysonunkempt on TikTok …
 
Every day, millions of New Yorkers walk past the ghosts of Brooklyn’s history in broad daylight. Park-goers stroll by the Prison Ship Martyrs Monument in Fort Greene Park, yet few read the historic marker, revealing that it is actually a grave holding up to fifteen thousand bodies. The iconic Park Slope Armory is simply a beautiful landmark to most…
 
In 1879, 23-year-old Stephen Richards was arrested in his hometown of Mount Pleasant, Ohio - to where he fled after murdering a mother and three children in Nebraska. In the days that followed, he revealed at least nine murders at his hand. Because of his handsome face, charming demeanor and friendly smile, modern psychologists call him "Ted Bundy …
 
In this interview, Elyssa and I discuss The Most Likely Club, her inspiration for this book, incorporating 90s nostalgia, how she tackled drafting four distinct women, the highlight of writing this book, which character she identifies with the most, and much more. Elyssa's recommended reads are: Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin…
 
Research begins at 28:35 The world’s best UFO photo, thought lost forever, has been rediscovered some 32 years later and released to the public, just a few months ago from this recording in 2022, in fact. The Calvine UFO photo is considered one of the best UFO photos in existence! Thanks to my name is Tuesday for the topic! In the first segment, An…
 
199 - The eyes of Charles Breuer The Charles Breuer monument in Cincinnati's Spring Grove Cemetery has long been a destination for ghosthunters, but the urban legend attached to the 3D bust on his obelisk is nothing compared to the real story of a millionaire who destroyed his own life out of spite. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com …
 
Sherri Papini was found alive on Thanksgiving morning, three weeks after her alleged abduction. Although the circumstances surrounding the 34-year-old mother's disappearance and return are unusual, Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko said he has "no reason to disbelieve" the California woman's story. - Inquisitir Papini was reported missing after she…
 
From the fanciful and revelatory to the horrifying and sorrowful, the folklore of southern Utah hints at a complex history. Whether spiritual or spooky, home-grown legends are a window to understanding local culture. Visit Grafton, Utah’s most haunted ghost town. Explore what haunts Southern Utah University in Cedar City, the St. George Temple and …
 
In 1833, 30-year-old Christian Bachtle was executed for murdering his wife as she nursed their baby. He left behind a detailed confession that is chilling even by 21st Century standards. His execution site is a stop on the Black Cat Tales and Tours walking tour this Halloween season in Canton, Ohio. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com …
 
Research begins at 28:03 This week’s topic might be based, but with all the alien experiments, full blown laser firefights, and abductions, maybe not! Dulce Base in New Mexico is claimed to be a hotbed for UFO activity and the site of a secret underground government base with absolute horrors! Thanks to Grandpa Dirt 420 69 for the topic! In the fir…
 
What made the government response to the Irish famine so ineffective? What were the social and economic issues which made the blight lead to such significantly worse outcomes for the Irish than other countries in Europe? We dig it into these issues on this episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Three years after shooting Alexander Hamilton in a duel, former US vice president Aaron Burr was arrested for treason. President Jefferson suspected him of planning to take some US territories in the west, using boats he was building in Marietta, Ohio, and launching from Blennerhassett Island in the Ohio River. A jury would find Burr "not guilty," …
 
In this interview, Mark and I discuss Die Around Sundown, his fascination with World Wars 1 and 2, why he sets his books in Paris, his own experiences with misophonia, the easiest and hardest characters to write in this book, including Pablo Picasso in Die Around Sundown, and much more. Mark’s recommended reads are: Razorblade Tears by SA Cosby The…
 
It's December 1900, and three men go missing while working as keepers at the Eilean Mor Lighthouse. To this day, their disappearance is an unsolved mystery. Stories of what happened span everything from a rogue wave to a murder-suicide to mystical bird transformations. In this episode, we discuss the days leading up to the disappearance, the invest…
 
It was August 6, 1988, when 22-year-old Jane Boroski, seven months pregnant, was one her way back from a county fair in Keene, New Hampshire. She decided to stop at a convenience store in West Swanzey to buy a drink but it was closed. So she got something from a vending machine. When Ms. Boroski got back to her car she noticed a Jeep Wagoneer had p…
 
Our discussion for this Check-in: Cattie's pick - The Perfect Father: The True Story of Christ Watts, His All-American Family, and a Shocking Murder by John Glatt Oaky's pick - The Guilty Husband by Stephanie DeCarolis Current BOM read: Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid Our website: bookscatssnacks.com Contact: bookscatssnacks@gmail.com IG: @bookscatssn…
 
In May of 2004, Richard Wright - a 53-year-old Akron mail carrier - returned home from a trip to Las Vegas, and stopped on his way home from the airport to have a drink in his neighborhood bar. Shortly after, someone followed him home from the bar and shot him dead in his driveway. But he wasn't robbed, so who killed Richard Wright, and why? Ohio M…
 
Research begins at 30:55 Our story today takes us to picturesque Bavaria, in the southeast of Germany. Specifically to a farm called Hinterkaifeck, where a brutal murder of an entire family took place - unsolved to this very day! This week it's the whole enchilada on the Hinterkaifeck murders! In the first segment, Andy and Art are captured once ag…
 
In this interview, Angie and I discuss How Not to Drown in a Glass of Water, how humor can help a difficult situation, the importance of storytelling, how she decided on the book's unique format, visiting a psychic as part of her research, and much more. Angie's recommended reads are: The Man Who Could Move Clouds by Ingrid Rojas Contreras Roses, i…
 
Youngstown native Philip Taylor Kramer had success first as the bassist for the 1970s rock band Iron Butterfly, and then as a math and science prodigy working on government nuclear projects and then his own inventions. When he disappeared in 1995 from his California community, those who knew him were torn between whether he was a suicide risk, or h…
 
Book Shoutout #13 From Cattie: - The Impossible Fortress by Jason Rekulak - The People We Keep by Allison Larkin** **sorry, Cattie meant to say 368 pages, not 168 pages!** From Oaky: - Cover Story by Susan Rigetti - Just Like Mother by Anne Heltzel www.bookscatssnacks.com Contact us at bookscatssnacks@gmail.com IG @bookscatssnackspodcast…
 
Mary and Pamela join me to discuss their recommended reads for Fall 2022. Mary's selections: Didn’t Nobody Give a Shit What Happened to Carlotta - James Hannaham People Person - Candice Carty-Williams The Matchmaker’s Gift – Lynda Cohen Loigman The Book Hater’s Book Club – Gretchen Anthony The Last Dreamwalker – Rita Woods Other Birds – Sarah Addis…
 
Many thanks to John from the True Crime XS podcast for joining me this week. This is a story about finding the remains of some of the long buried victims of a serial killer who committed suicide almost a decade ago. One of the most prolific serial killers of our time and the authorities have only found one body. Join the hunt for the rest now! Than…
 
In 1974, a series of San Francisco’s most horrific unsolved murders began. In less than two years, the man police called “The Doodler” took at least five lives, terrorized the LGBTQ community and left three survivors forever changed. Initial reports claimed that the murderer didn’t approach his victims with the knife he used to kill them, but that …
 
In 1947, masked gunmen in army fatigues and carrying submachine guns used flawless precision in storming the swanky Mounds Club in Lake County and robbing its nearly 300 patrons and staff. The gang was never arrested, though federal agents said they were told that the club's mob owners eventually got their vengeance. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@…
 
In this interview, Deanna and I discuss Killers of a Certain Age, where the idea for this book originated, writing a contemporary story, how creating this story differed from creating the Veronica Speedwell books, the title she wanted for the book, how society's perception of aging has changed in the last several decades, and much more. Deanna’s re…
 
This episode we dig deep into the philosophical underpinnings of the Great Irish Famine, and begin to look at some of the causes of this catastrophe. Guess what, it's capitalism and the destructive effects of an extractive economy. Damn you trickle down economics, we've been fooled again! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic…
 
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