Happy Halloween! This year we're bringing something terrifying to your ears... the Most Foul Drinking Game!
In the lead up to Halloween, we're talking about one of the greatest mysteries of the past few years. Two women go missing in the wilderness of Panama, and what clues they leave behind are baffling. Were they the victims of a serial killer or was it a simple accident? What can be gleaned from the camera they left behind? What happened to the "lost girls of Panama"?
This week we're talking about a weird one—Lawrence DeLisle was behind the wheel when his car plunged into the Detroit river, killing his four children. Was it an accident, as he claimed? Or premeditated murder?Content warning for child death.
To kick off this October, we're diving into one of the most inexplicable cases we've ever heard. Brandon Swanson was a college kid from Minnesota who vanished seemingly without a trace—who or what was behind his disappearance?
We're back! Sorry for the break, our lame personal lives got in the way. This episode we talk about the murder of Meredith Kercher and the subsequent trials of Amanda Knox. Is Knox really guilty? And if she's not, then who killed Meredith Kercher?
I know last week Sadie promised an alien episode, but then they forgot! So have this spooky boat episode instead! We talk about mutiny, murder, and sea monsters. What happened to the MV Joyita?
This week we're talkin' murder. More specifically, 13 murders that happened in the Boston area in the early '60s. This case has been "solved"—but has it really? Could there have been more than one killer? And why did it take decades to put someone behind bars?
This week we're talking about a SOLVED case—the case of the Golden State Killer. We discuss his attacks, the investigation, and why it took decades to solve the case.CONTENT WARNING: rape and sexual assault.
This week we tackle... a book? Yep, just one in an unknown language that no one has been able to decipher in hundreds of years. It's casual.Links:http://beinecke.library.yale.edu/collections/highlights/voynich-manuscript
This week we explore one of the most haunted places of all time: the Queen Mary. How many people actually died on this ship? Are the stories real? Or is it all just good marketing?
SADIE'S AUDIO SUCKS IN THIS EPISODE! Sorry!This week we're talking about the lady of the dunes! First of all, who was she? Why was she found in the dunes? And was she or was she not an extra on the set of Jaws?!CONTENT WARNING: sexual assault, necrophilia, cannibalism, and general violence/body gore.
We're back! This week we tackle an infamous John Doe case. Who was DB Cooper? Is he alive or dead? And where did he get those cool sunglasses?
This week we get spooky with Art Bell and his infamous Area 51 caller. Who was this guy? What knocked the show off the air? And what on earth happened 17 years later?Links:The original callThe second callThe third call
A mysterious fire, missing children, shady figures... and yet this case is NOT a Lemony Snicket novel. This week we dive into a very spooky case, asking: what happened to the Sodder children?CONTENT WARNING: child death.
That's right, we're talking about easily one of the US's most infamous unsolved crimes. You may come into this episode with your mind made up, but once it's through, you may not be so sure. Who killed JonBenét Ramsey?CONTENT WARNING: violence & sexual assault, pedophilia
Get all your Ted Cruz Jokes out NOW, because this week we take a super-serious look at the infamous Zodiac Killer. Who was he? Why did he write all those letters? And COULD HE BE A TIME-TRAVELLING TED CRUZ???CONTENT WARNING: gun violence & gore.
Buckle up y'all, this one's weird. We talk about a broadcast interruption that happened in Chicago in the '80s. Who was behind the Max Headroom broadcast?
This case has so many questions we don't even know where to begin— the wet towels? The lead masks? What were these dudes up to?!CONTENT WARNING: suicide.
It's 1982, and people are dropping like flies in Chicago from... taking Tylenol? No one knows who the poisoner was, where they were from, or why they did this. Who was behind the Chicago Tylenol murders?
This week we dive into the death of a John Doe who called himself Lyle Stevik. Why did he die? Could it have been a murder? And WHO WAS Lyle Stevik?CONTENT WARNING: suicide, eating disorders.Links:Mel Magazine article