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Lake Sidney Lanier, located in North Georgia. Most commonly referred to simply as Lake Lanier. Steeped in eerie whispers from the locals; apparently the ghost of a dead woman roams the lake during the night; and I’ll tell you about the controversy over the seedy back woods southern dealings behind the old town that was seized from a local community and then flooded to create the artificial lake.
Created by Human hosted by Todd Stev...
Is it possible to become comatose, travel through time and assume the life of another person 2,000 years into the future? On episode one of Created by Human, Todd will tell you the story of Paul Dienach whom by his own account, lived such a tale.
Created by Human hosted by Todd Stevens, Tim Nagle and Joshua Clodfelter.
Intro track "Rich and Strange" by The Threats.
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