Most of the time, when a military blimp crash lands near San Francisco you will find the two pilots onboard. Most of the time. Not this time. Find out what happened.
Their exploits brought you The Conjuring, Annabelle, A Haunting in Connecticut, Conjuring 2 and 3, Annabelle prequel, Conjuring v. Annabelle: The Grudge Match. We're getting ahead of ourselves. Join us as we explore the truth behind the "true" stories.
The radium girls were told that there was no danger painting little glow in the dark numbers on watches with radium. And licking their brushes. And painting their teeth.
Are those puffy things you sometimes see trailing jets really poisonous death clouds? Are the airlines and the government and, well, lots of other people trying to kill us or control us through chemtrails?
What man wouldn't want to spend his honeymoon with his wife and best friend? Okay, but what if the friend is super helpful? He even offers his cottage for the honeymoon. But when the bride drowns in nine inches of water people start to talk…
Lobotomies were trendy for longer than you might think, and not just for Kennedys and Ken Kesey. We explore the history of lobotomies with a focus on the showman who used to do them two at a time.
Once upon a time, Albert Ostman was kidnapped and/or adopted by a family of sasquatches. He got along with the other kids, but his stepmom was a bitch. Let's learn more about his amazing adventure.
It would be a big story if the White House ordered the drugging and kidnapping of the wife of the president's campaign manager to prevent her from spilling their secrets. Wouldn't it? Then why have we forgotten about this? Let's remember together.
It's one thing to vanish off the face of the earth. It's more impressive to do so from inside the most prestigious military academy in the U.S.A. No one saw Richard Colvin Cox leave West Point and no one ever saw him again. Was he a spy? A murder victim? Both?
Do you know who you are? Not everyone does. Here are some stories about people who experienced the horror of a fugue state - a sudden, complete amensia that starts your memory clock all over again.
Does the nefarious HAARP program in Alaska control the weather, cause earthquakes and hurricanes, control minds, and "rape the sky"? Maybe, maybe not, but someone needs to tell HAARP that no means no.
Did Dave Bocks swan dive into a white hot furnace in the worst suicide ever? Or did he have help? Once again, a mysterious death at a nuclear plant has us wondering if Big Nuke did bad things to hide worse things.
Did Karen Silkwood take some Quaaludes and fall asleep at the wheel? Or did Big Nuke have someone run her off the road to hide their dirty deeds? And how did Meryl Streep not win Best Actress for the movie? At least Cher won Best Supporting Actress, so that's something.
Did the crash of Flight 401 send ghosts out to haunt planes? Was there a ghost head in the microwave? Did a young Kim Basinger really play someone named "Prissy Frasier" in the made for TV movie? Find out now.
What is causing American diplomats in Cuba to get sick, lose their hearing, and forget how to speak? A Bond villain weapon? A natural phenomenon? Iggy Azalea? Ghosts? Let's find out.
Why did the old English guy steal a famous painting? To get free TV for other old English people, obviously.
What was the fireball from the sky that destroyed a massive chunk of Siberia in 1908? A meteor? Comet? Nuclear missle? Wait, this was 1908. Ok, then maybe a black hole, alien spaceship or time travel? Let's explore.
Margaret Atwood wrote a novel. Netflix did a series. But if you want the real story of Grace Marks and the murder that stunned 19th century Toronto, you come to Weird World.
When did we stop believing vampires were real? Maybe not as long ago as you think. Mercy Brown was a poor Massachusetts girl with tuberculosis and small-minded neighbors - or she was a blood sucking vampire. You be the judge.
Here are our own favorite creepy stories in time for Halloween, though why Carey obsesses over how many phone lines her sister's work has is maybe the scariest part of the podcast. Enjoy.