You have money, tuberculosis, and the biggest cave system on the planet. What are you going to do? Save the world, that’s what. We’re sure this will turn out great.
We did weird movies a while back, now we do TV. And it’s worse - Cop Rock worse.
Every University of Kentucky basketball fan bleeds blue. The Fugate family of Troublesome Creek, KY took that one step further - by having blue skin.
When Polish police began to find similarities between a real life murder and fictional murder, they started to wonder - did the author take his research a little too literally?
Did the Navy track a super fast, super maneuverable Tic Tac-shaped UFO off the coast of Mexico in 2004? And did this happen again off the coast of Virginia ten years later (though this time it looked a little more like the Batman symbol)? Maybe. Legitimately, actually, maybe.
In 1992, the BBC aired a live news show from a haunted house in North London. Bangings on the wall, fleeting visions, ghostly injuries. Soon things were out of control - and not just in the haunted house.
Just think if we had the actual body of a Bigfoot, or something very much like it. That would settle the mystery, right? Well, some people think that back in 1968, we did.
A woman in Tennessee kidnapped and sold over 5,000 kids in the 1920s and 1930s - all (semi) legally and in plain view of the law. But wait, that’s not the worst of it…
Was the Lutz family terrorized by demonic forces in a murder house on Long Island? If you like oozing blood from walls and red-eyed devil pigs - and who doesn’t? - you will want to tune in for the true story of the Amityville Horror.
Tarot cards can’t be wrong - and they always have a female pope. Was Pope John VIII really Pope Joan? And if not, why has every pope since had to have his junk handled by a Cardinal just to be sure?
The building of a five-mile train tunnel cost nearly 200 men their lives in 19th century Massachusetts. They called it the Bloody Pit, and some of the dead never left…
Five men went to watch a basketball game and never came home. Their abandoned car was found half way up a snowy mountain - miles from where it should have been. When the snow thawed, authorities started to find the bodies. At least some of them. What happened to the Mathias 5?Read More
Learn the true legend behind the Curse of La Llarona, the latest entry in “The Conjuring” franchise. The “real” La Llarona was way more complex than the movie version, but in the end, she always takes it out on the kids.
Warning: Listening to this podcast may kill you. Or at least a lot of people supposedly committed suicide after listening to a song called Gloomy Sunday. We will play it for you. It’s been nice knowing you.
Could something in a dying woman’s blood or body almost wipe out an emergency room?
Was he the ghost of a suicidal English nobleman? Was he a thought experiment? Was he a hoax? Whatever he was, he might be the best evidence ever that psychic phenomena are real. Or not.
This episode is a mash-up of two shorter episodes, a Weird World first…
First, one time a bunch of meat rained over the good people of Kentucky from out of a clear blue sky. Whether it was bacteria, mutton or baby lung, it was one thing for sure — delicious.
And then, was the United States left without a president for a day, letting a little known future Confederate general step in and rule? Maybe. Let’s find out.
Santa knows if you’ve been naughty or nice, but a family in New Jersey found out that Santa wasn’t the only one watching them. And The Watcher was even creepier…
If you have ever huffed cinnamon or swallowed a Tide Pod, the Momo Challenge might be for you. If you have an IQ above, say 70, though, this episode will still fascinate you. Just not in the same way.
This was not the only time the U.S. accidentally almost nuked itself, but it was probably the scariest.