Look, we all love the Goop website. Who doesn't need $315 ultra high rise skinny jeans or a $32 jar of patio oil moisture mist (if you don't know what it is you can't afford it). But a $66 egg that goes where? And will those stickers really "re-balance my energy frequency"? We call it "goopidity." And it's really goopid.
First we examine what happened to three seemingly "good kids" who went missing in Toronto at the same time - did it have anything to do with their friend found murdered a year before? Then we explore the Setagaya murders in Tokyo where the killer left behind his clothes, his backpack and his ... well, you'll see.
Two of the greats of cryptozoology square off in the grudge match of the century! These two don't like each other!! Join us as we explore the Chupacabra and the Jersey Devil and decide who would kick whose ass!!!
In the third part of our Mysterious Dead series, we end with the end of Peter Bergmann. When he walked into the Atlantic Ocean off Sligo in Ireland, did this mystery man mean to leave the world guessing?
Part 2 of the mysterious dead finds the charred remains of an unknown woman burned alive in Norway. We know she spoke many languages, traveled to many countries, and had many names, but we don't know which, if any, were real.
In the first of a three part series of mystery corpses, we start with Australia's Tamam Shud case. When a well-dressed man is found dead on the beach, police can't identify who he is or what killed him. Then it starts to get weird.
Do the Stars Align?
Astrology says the shape of the stars at the time of your birth makes you who you are. Millions of people can't all be wrong. Right?
Tom Slick was a millionaire Texas oilman fascinated by undiscovered animals. He went to Nepal to find a yeti, but could only find a yeti's hand. Maybe. Join us for the true adventures of a real life monster hunter.
A poisonous bird? A spider that eats plants? A butterfly that eats meat? A bee that kills wasps and a hornet that can kill you? Meet some of the weirdest creatures in the world on this savage Weird Bit.
H.H. Holmes in his White Palace was America's first serial killer, right? Wrong! The hideous Harpe brothers have him beat by over a century, leaving a bloody trail of death and decapitation through the backwoods of a young nation.
You think you would never confess to a murder you didn't commit? Think again.
Are there alternate realities in which Oscar Mayer is Oscar Meyer and Pikachu has a black tail? Do you remember Darth Vader saying, "Luke, I am your father."? If so, then you are a victim of the Mandela Effect.
New Orleans loves jazz and axe murderers, or at least one guy thought so in 1919. Join us on a gruesome journey through one of the most compelling unsolved murder sprees of the 20th century.
Did Bobby Dunbar get eaten by a gator? Can't Angelina Jolie recognize her own child? We explore cases of live children trying to replace dead ones.
Add a little lemon, butter - and blood. Some catfish bite back and don't let go. And they're huge.
The Austin Servant Girl Annihilator lived up to his name by brutally murdering women in Austin, Texas years before Jack the Ripper stole his idea.
Were dozens of eye witnesses wrong or was there a 100 foot sea serpent in Gloucester, Massachusetts in 1817?
What slaughtered over 100 people in France in the 1760s? A supernaturally huge wolf? A pack of them? Or something far stranger?
When the Osage Nation of Oklahoma struck oil, many lived like kings. Some folks didn’t like that. Some folks cheated them. Some folks stole from them. Some folks did far worse…
Did a French engineer stationed on a tiny island in the middle of the Indian Ocean discover a way to predict the approach of ships with stunning accuracy days in advance? If he did, it's gone now. Uncover the lost science of nauscopie.