13 year old babysitter Janett Christman was murdered while calling the police, screaming for help. Was it the classic urban legend of the killer calling from inside the house? Or was it someone closer to home?…
Molasses: the silent terror. Or at least it was for 21 Bostonians who were killed by a massive flood of the sticky ingredient for cookies and rum in 1919.
What was the massive tentacled heap that washed up on the shore of St. Augustine, Florida in 1896? The local expert thought it was the biggest octopus the world had ever known. Was it?
We complete the Jerry Michael Williams story with the truth - according to the man who murdered him.
In Part 2 of the disappearance of Jerry Michael Williams, we explore the suspicions aimed at a wife who married her husband’s best friend - the same friend who sold him nearly $2 million in life insurance.
When a man went missing in Florida, they saw the empty boat and waders and blamed it on an alligator. But was it something more sinister? Join us for the first part of a case that is still twisting and turning to this day.
We bring you more of the most remarkable coincidences in the annals of crime, including an unlucky nurse who may have been a serial killer, the very unlucky Palmer Brothers, and the story of Liquid Matthew who may or may not have been boiled in oil.
The Stone Age society on North Sentinel Island has been isolated for thousands of years - and will do anything to keep it that way. One American missionary just tragically found that out the hard way.
There have been too many weird coincidences in crime to fit into one episode, so we did two. First we bring you the infamous Whit Monday murders - two women murdered, their bodies found 300 yards apart, same age, both out dancing, both allegedly murdered by men named Thornton. The catch? The murders happened 157 years apart.
What can burn a body to cinder in hours without damaging flammable objects right next to it? Nothing, that’s what. Nothing except Spontaneous Human Combustion.
Do you like to conjure demons and evil spirits? Do you have an endless supply of candles and mirrors? If the answer to these questions is not just “Yes,” but “Hell yes!” then you need to listen. But first go get a candle and stare into a mirror.
Halloween is Weird World’s favorite holiday. One sick man and his giant Pixy Stix almost ruined Halloween forever back on a dark day in Texas in 1974.
You’ve heard of Children of the Damned. You’ve heard of Children of the Corn. You’ve heard of Sweet Child of Mine. Now we have kids with soulless black eyes who invade your personal space - and want to inside your house.
He could scratch you and spit blue flame in your face, then run away really fast and leap moderately high walls in a single bound. He was Spring-Heeled Jack and he terrorized England in the 19th century.
This is the first in our (almost) month long celebration of Halloween. Let’s face it, it’s the funnest holiday we have.
Was there a little boy trapped in that giant UFO-shaped balloon racing through the Colorado sky? We could ask him, but he will probably just flub his line and puke on live TV.
One man, one dream, one bottle of Coke, one sandwich, one lawn chair, one pellet gun - and 40 giant weather balloons. There was no way this plan could go wrong.
Did Flight 513 bound for Santiago, Chile finally land - 35 years after it took off? If so, did the airline’s on-time record ever recover? And wait until you find out what happened to the passengers…
Jay Z and Beyonce. Kanye and probably Kim. Eminem. Well, pretty much all of hip hop, but also Obama and the Bushes and Queen Elizabeth. All modern members of the Illuminati - the most dangerous group you are not allowed to know about.
Five Sodder children supposedly died in a fire on Christmas Eve 1945. But if they did, where were the burned bodies? And who made the strange phone call that night? And who took the ladder that could save them? And who were those kids seen with strangers the next morning?
Two men found dead on a hill in Rio in 1966. Nice suits? Check. Raincoats? Check. A bunch of money? Check. Cryptic instructions in a notebook? Check. Homemade lead masks on their faces? Check and check.