Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

A podcast not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. Strange Brew is a dark comedy, true crime, paranormal, conspiracy and anything strange podcast from the great white north and united with the states. If you love anything bizarre and unusual, from aliens to serial killers, you‘ll feel right at home with Strange Brew‘s hosts. Join them on strange journeys, as they drink and discuss the Creepy and weird sides of Life. crack a cold brew and get ready because... It‘s about to get Strange!

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May 21, 2022 97 min

Tomcat and Anton are joined by a strange guest from across the pond, in Scotland. Ian Dyball from Baa-Ram-Ewe Podcast to discuss one of the most famous cryptids of all, The Loch Ness Monster!

In the depths of Loch Ness a monster of the ages lurks in the murky waters. With a long neck and powerful fins, Ol’ Nessie manages to bring the mysteries of the past into the present. While not always visible to the public, you may get lucky s...

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We are joined by very special guest this week as Juan is busy changing dirty diapers and tending to a new born baby! Aran Doyle from first class horror has graced us with his presence on this episode as we dive back into hauntings and the paranormal but this time it's in Tomcat's home province of Ontario!

From a screaming tunnel to an asylum plagued by tormented ghosts, there are many spirits roaming around in many places i...

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It’s late, it’s dark and you’re in the middle of nowhere. Perhaps you’re in a desolate parking lot trying to get your car started or perhaps you’re nestled in the warmth of your own home reading yourself to sleep.. whatever the circumstance, you find yourself in an isolated locale when you’re suddenly startled by a sharp knock at the door or window. You look up from your steering wheel or cautiously pull back the curtain to see… pa...

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It is estimated that there are well over 200,000 unsolved murder cases in the United States alone, with some dating back as far as the 1960s. And even if a killer is eventually discovered by the police, some of these cold cases remain a mystery as lack of evidence.

The mystery of the Allenstown Four, also known as the Bear Brook murders, first unraveled in 1985 when two bodies were found hidden in a metal drum in a New Hampshire pa...

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There are an infinite amount of terrifying stories that come from Florida. A few of those creepy Florida stories include the infamous 2012 Miami cannibal incident where a man tried to eat another man's face. Then there's the onslaught of hurricanes, and let's not forget the giant alligators that keep appearing on Florida golf courses.

Florida certainly provides a fair share of nightmare fuel, and to make matters worse, ...

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April 30, 2022 56 min

In 1978, a 16 year old boy named Luis Carlos Serra went missing from a village in Brazil and once he was found.. Oh boy did he have a story to tell! Tomcat and Anton discuss one of the most bizarre alien encounters Brazil has ever seen.. A normal day out in the jungle takes a STRANGE turn on this week's episode. 

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Tomcat and Anton are back in your ear holes with cover girls in a murderous world. In the late 1950s, a horrifying serial killer preyed on the young aspiring starlets of Hollywood, taking twisted “glamour” shots of his victims before sexually assaulting and murdering them. These horrifying killings were the work of Harvey Glatman, dubbed “The Glamour Girl Slayer.”

 

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Cannock Chase is well-known for being saturated with ghostly goings-on, they've  got werewolves, UFOs, an alien pushing a car up a hill in 1960,  an old-man-with-a-cane-and-wide-brimmed-hat ghost, a "bedraggled woman" ghost, a ghostly parachutist, a phantom cyclist, a young monk ghost, a "tall hooded figure" near a cemetery, a witch's coven back in 1936 and of course the Pigman! "Oink Oink" muthafuka...

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There are many slightly weird holidays out there, but Easter, with its candy eggs, playful bunnies, and very serious religious element, might make you think why?  It's a mish-mash of ancient fertility symbols from various cultures, all wrapped up in a bow of modern consumerism. Like virtually every other Christian holiday, Easter has two thousand years of myths, legends, and misconceptions associated with it. 

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April 9, 2022 67 min

From zombies and werewolves, and even vampires, the hoseheads talk about news stories of real-life attacks by people (or creatures?) Are they real-life monsters? While there are reasonable explanations for many of these stories, it's not so difficult to speculate that some of these might have genuine supernatural origins. Others, however, demonstrate how disturbed minds can distort reality, causing them to inflict harm on other...

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Is there pig people living in Florida? Buried deep within the Florida Everglades, is a residential area known as the Golden Gate Estates. It is here that the Rosen family from the 1960’s, developed a land scheme to cash in upon. Portions of the property stretched for miles without any homes ever being constructed. Known as Alligator Alley, This area is quite wild and inhabited by different animals such as bears, bobcats, deer, hogs...

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In 1897, the Irish author Bram Stoker introduced the world to the vampire with his gothic horror novel Dracula. The story of Florencio Roque Fernández, who stalked the nights of Monteros, Argentina in the 1950s, begs the question: Are vampires real? We'll this guy defiantly thought so..

In the Tucumán province of Argentina, a mysterious figure stalked and killed women in their homes, even drank their blood! Known as The Monter...

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March 27, 2022 63 min

Canada's Newfoundland and Labrador’s Bell Island is rich in three commodities: iron ore, storytellers, and things that go bump in the night.

The thirty-four-square-kilometre windswept rock is home to just over three thousand inhabitants. Situated near St. John’s, the supposedly haunted isle is accessible only by ferry. Some locals claim it’s a place where the dead — and worse — mingle openly with the living.

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On this episode of Strange Juans, Tom and I talk all things Ashtar Galactic Command! We get into its origins, beliefs, the 1977 Southern Television broadcast interruption, aliens, and UFO cults! 

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March 20, 2022 74 min

Everybody seems to have known a nurse, to have one in their family, or at least to have received nursing care at some stage in their life. Nurses are seen to be compassionate, caring and ethical. If a nurse goes off track and does something that causes harm to others, it makes the headlines.

People find it hard to think about a nurse intentionally killing someone. Their job is to help and protect people, would intentionally hurt s...

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March 13, 2022 86 min

Tis the feast of saint Patrick! Tomcat, Billy and Anton are celebrating as the Irish would with beers and bong tokes. On this very strange St. Paddy's Day special ☘️ We discuss different mythical monsters of Ireland and do what we do best, going off topic and drinking too much 😏🤣  Raise your glasses and spark up that green because it's getting strange! 

 

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Welcome back to strange Juans and let’s talk about One of the strangest accounts of a UFO-related incident that occurred in 1957. According to the 2001 book Stranger at the Pentagon by Dr. Frank E. Stranges, on March 16, 1957, a person identifying themselves as "Valiant Thor" came forward claiming to be a visitor from the planet Venus. According to Dr. Stranges's book, Valiant Thor had several meetings with high-level A...

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Can a song push a person to the edge enough to take their own life? or is it all just a coincidence? Tomcat and Billy talk about the infamous Hungarian suicide song for this week's strange topic!  Rezső Seress and László Jávor’s song “Gloomy Sunday” may be one of the most depressing songs ever recorded, and is commonly called “The Hungarian Suicide Song” because of its connection to a rash of 20th century suicides. 

 

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February 27, 2022 84 min

It's often said that war is hell, and it turns out that it provides the perfect cover for doing something just as awful — committing serial murders. For a handful of serial killers, the chaos and distractions of war provided perfect cover for killing not in the name of cause or country but for thrill of it.  Imagine living in the middle of World War II, wondering when you and your loved ones will get drafted, wondering who will...

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February 23, 2022 60 min

Athalia Ponsell Lindsley was an American model, Broadway dancer, political activist, television personality and jack of all trades.. Master of none. Athalia Lindsley was murdered by an unknown assailant with a machete, Jason Vorhees style! During broad daylight on the front steps of her home in St. Augustine, Florida. Her murder remains unsolved! 

 

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