Three times every week I will tell you about a missing person, true crime, or paranormal story from the South. I encourage listener feedback and if you have a suggestion then I want to hear from you. You will be credited in that episode description.
Today I'm going to tell y'all about a Blues musician who may, or may not, have sold his soul to the devil at a crossroads in rural Mississippi way back in the 1930s. Almost 100 years later you can still listen to him play guitar and sing.
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Hey, y’all, and welcome to Southern Macabre. I’m Aeryn and I am so glad that you could join me today. I hope you’re having a fantastic week so far. Mine has been good. My birthday was last week and one of our cats surprised us with four kittens. We’re working on naming them since most people who want cats already have them so we’re figuring we have four new cats. I’m hoping to convince the kids to let me name one Edgar Allen Poe, b...
Hey, y’all, and welcome to Southern Macabre. I’m Aeryn and I am so thankful that you’re joining me today. I hope y’all are having a fantastic week! Today we’re going to visit a small community in West Alabama that just completed their first murder trial in over seventeen years.
Before I tell you about Ms. Keisha Turner, I want to apologize for not posting an episode on Wednesday. Y’all know I’m not originally from Alabama so I don’...
John and Faye Whatley disappeared without a trace in 1976 from Bastrop, Texas. What happened to them? Where did they go?
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Ten children have gone missing from a town of 20,000 since July 2021. All of them were children of Hispanic immigrants, mostly from Guatemala. Have they been trafficked? Or were they lured into a gang that's becoming more active in the area where they disappeared? Their pictures are included with today's transcript and will be on Facebook by the end of the day.
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Today I wanted to do something fun, so I researched hauntings at The Most Magical Place on Earth. I will tell you what I learned, but I'll let you form your own opinion. If you want to read today's transcript, you can find it here.https://anchor.fm/app
* Today’s story may not be appropriate for younger listeners, so don’t say I didn’t warn you. *
This episode is about the first serial killers in America, Big and Little Harpe. They began killing men, women, and children after the Revolutionary War and continued for many, many years. They were constantly on the move between North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Illinois. The latter part of their lives were spent near Natchez Tra...
Today I'm going to tell y'all about UFO encounters in the south along with how each state ranks according to Stack.com. This episode was a lot of fun to research and hope you will enjoy it, no matter if you are a believer or a skeptic.
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Today I am going to tell you about a few of the people who have gone missing in Virginia including two young girls who may have been murdered by a friend and about three young people who vanished from one town. Be sure to come back next Monday when I'll tell you about ten others who have disappeared from that small town since 2011.
Lorton Reformatory, also known as Lorton Prison, had a horrific past that may have given it a spooky atmosphere that still lingers today with its modern subdivision sharing the property. I will tell you stories that my dad shared with me when he worked there in the 80s into the 90s as well as stories I've heard more recently.
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Kaila Morris was a 21-year-old Mississippi State University student who disappeared from her mother's home in 2009 and hasn't been heard from since. Her stepfather was the last person to see her and was arrested on unrelated charges at the beginning of the investigation into her disappearance. Did he play a role? Or was he just there when she was kidnapped? Listen to this episode and make your own conclusions!
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You may remember me talking about Sara in the episode What's Going on in This Town? Part One, but it's okay if you don't. I'll tell you about her and give you the information the FBI recently released.
You can click here if you would like to read the transcript for this episode or if you would like to see a picture of Sara. If you know anything then you should call the Charlotte FBI at 704-672-6100.
Today I'm going to tell y'all about the freezing cold case of Eugene "Mike" Carmichael O'Boyle who was murdered in 1981 and about the cold case of the Durham family that was solved after fifty years. Y'all are not going to want to miss this one!
If you know anything about Mike's murder, you should call the Columbia Police Department at 803-749-5836.
Hey, y'all, and welcome to Southern Macabre! Today I'm going to tell y'all about the benevolent spirits residing at the Grand Old Lady Inn, also known as the Balsam Mountain Inn, located in Balsam, North Carolina. I'll tell you some history and a bit about the architecture, so you can get a feel for this majestic beauty that is open to the public.
Today I'm going to tell you about Mary Shotwell Little and Diane Shields, two cold cases from the 1960s in Atlanta, Georgia. There is a lot of speculation in these two cases and conspiracy theories abound. Mary has been missing since October 14, 1965 and Diane was murdered in 1967. Both worked at C&S National Bank and shared a roommate, but the similarities don't end there.
This episode is about Apple AirTags, Tile trackers, and the new Samsung SmartTags. I'm going to tell you how they work and which ones a criminal can use to stalk you and/or your vehicle along with what you should do if you find one on you. Please share this with everyone you know, this is not a southern problem - it is a nationwide problem.
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Today's episode takes place in Columbus, Mississippi on a dark, desolate dirt road. The old legend says if you follow three simple rules you will be chased by someone. Who is it? Well, you'll have to listen to find out!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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