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***EXPLICIT LANGUAGE*** -Crime/Mysteries/Paranormal/History- - A podcast that dives deep into the unsolved and interesting, with an unpolished and unscripted “pirate radio” style. If you like a conversational style podcast about mysterious stuff, you'll love this!! From 'PODCAST MAGAZINE' : Host Justin Rimmel does a solid job of making listeners feel like we are in the room with him while he shares particularly weird cases he comes across. If old-fashioned true-crime stories are your thing, ...
 
The home of several shows “NoBoBuMe” hosted by Sir Bryan Bowden; and our other shows “Inside The Goblin Universe”, “Side Show Safari”; and “Portals of Perception”. where we explore The Inside The Goblin Universe Hosted by Sir Bryan Bowden and Ronald Murphy. Each addresses fable lands, creatures, cryptids, ideas, concepts, as well as, It focuses on enlightening the listener with very informative and entertaining topics.
 
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Thomas J. Colbert is an American consultant, writer, producer and former media executive. He is the co-author of The Last Master Outlaw, a book that documents his five-year cold case investigation of D. B. Cooper suspect Robert Rackstraw. The book became the subject of a documentary on the History Channel which Colbert exec-produced. He was a story…
 
Samuel ‘Mad Sam’ DeStefano was a gangster who became one of the Chicago Outfit's most notorious sociopathic killers. Chicago-based FBI agent William Roemer, considered DeStefano to be the worst torture-murderer in the history of the United States. The Outfit used the mentally unstable and sadistic DeStefano for the torture-murders of many people, i…
 
Samuel ‘Mad Sam’ DeStefano was a gangster who became one of the Chicago Outfit's most notorious sociopathic killers. Chicago-based FBI agent William Roemer, considered DeStefano to be the worst torture-murderer in the history of the United States. The Outfit used the mentally unstable and sadistic DeStefano for the torture-murders of many people, i…
 
Collier Landry was 11 when his father brutally murdered his mother and buried her in the basement. Landry was only 12 when he took the stand at his father's trial and testified against him. The jury convicted his father John after six hours of deliberations. After all that, Collier still went through a lot of struggles. Now, he's an advocate who wa…
 
Clinton Road isn’t just the most haunted street in New Jersey; some have called it the most haunted road in America. There are many stories surrounding this spooky street, but perhaps the seclusion is what makes it most eerie. The legends claim that the road has been host to ghosts, witches, unearthly cryptids. What do you believe? Learn more about…
 
On May 1st, a body was found inside a barrel at Lake Mead, just outside of Las Vegas, Nevada. The remains were found near Hemenway Harbor. Investigators believe the victim was murdered sometime in the 1970's or early 80's. Officials say the victim died from a gunshot wound. Then, as Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department continues to investigate,…
 
On September 7, 1987, Tom Young closed up his bookshop and along with his dog, Gus, disappeared. Nine months later, a new resident of this tiny town, Keith Reinhard, opened an antique shop at exactly the same location. On August 7, 1988, Keith closed up his shop for the day. Less than two hours later, Keith Reinhard also disappeared. Strangest of a…
 
If you're a fan of the old Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell.... you're going to love this interview. Since 1977, Brian Bowden has used his spare time to explore several areas of interest. His experiences in the paranormal realm cover everything from encounters with Sasquatch, Dogman, spirits, and several UFO experiences. Each has been the driving fo…
 
The Black Sox Scandal was a Major League Baseball scandal in which eight members of the Chicago White Sox were accused of throwing the 1919 World Series against the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for money from a gambling syndicate. Despite acquittals in a public trial in 1921, Judge Landis permanently banned all eight men from professional baseball. …
 
Bruce A. Smith is a beach-cleaning entrepreneur, journalist, he podiumed at 1997s storyteller of the year, he's a published author, a student of the Ramtha School of Enlightenment, gardener, alien abductee, and DB Cooper expert with many radio, tv, and film credits to his name. Buy Bruce's Book! https://www.amazon.com/DB-COOPER-FBI-Americas-Skyjack…
 
The Black Sox Scandal was a Major League Baseball scandal in which eight members of the Chicago White Sox were accused of throwing the 1919 World Series against the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for money from a gambling syndicate. Despite acquittals in a public trial in 1921, Judge Landis permanently banned all eight men from professional baseball. …
 
Ben Minnotte is the creator and host of Oddity Archive. He's spent some time looking at the Max Headroom signal interruption, and the emergency alert system being used to warn about a zombie apocalypse. You won't see his face in this episode but you'll get to hear what his favorite physical video format is. Check out the Oddity Archive! https://www…
 
Scott Fuller is a writer, radio host, program director, podcaster, researcher, investigative journalist, and Denver Broncos fan. He's on your radio dial in Mower County Minnesota, he's the creator and host of FindJodi Podcast, Dead and Gone in Wyoming, Status: Pending Podcast, and Frozen Truth Podcast. He was the sports reporter for his local paper…
 
Justin Rimmel is the creator and host of Mysterious Circumstances Podcast and member of The Case Breakers. On his show Mysterious Circumstances, he covers wild west outlaws, the paranormal, missing persons, and unsolved crimes. He's a veteran podcaster that built his empire with the help of a $20 donation so he could buy a microphone. If you haven'…
 
Chris Williamson is the creator and host of Chasing Earhart, Me and My Friends, and Vanished Podcast. His book is coming out very soon and so is his documentary. Chris is an expert on Amelia Earhart even though he says he isn't, and his adventures in that world directly parallel my experience in The Cooper Vortex. His work is amazing, and you need …
 
In 1928, under the advice of a woman named Nellie Noll aka The River Witch of Marietta, John Blymire believed that he had been cursed by Nelson Rehmeyer. Blymire and his accomplices broke into Rehmeyer's home to find his spell book and break the curse. They were unable to find the book, but did find Rehmeyer himself, whom they killed and mutilated …
 
In September 1974, 31 year old Michael Taylor and his wife Christine began attending a Christian Fellowship Group. Over the next few weeks, Michael became an enthusiastic member of the church. What happened next is difficult to gauge. Michael's breakdown, and his erratic behavior in the days that followed, led the church group to believe that an ex…
 
In the early morning hours of March 18, 1990, thirteen works of art were stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. Guards admitted two men posing as police officers responding to a disturbance call. The thieves tied the guards up and looted the museum over the next hour. The case is unsolved; no arrests have been made and no works …
 
During the 1930s Depression, America made heroes of outlaws who took what they wanted at gunpoint. John Dillinger came to evoke this Gangster Era and stirred mass emotion to a degree rarely seen in this country. He operated with a group of men known as the "Dillinger Gang", which was accused of robbing 24 banks and four police stations, among other…
 
As we know, a lot of the John Dillinger debate relies on the autopsy report and the heart condition that was found in the man that was killed outside the Biograph Theater in 1934. In this episode I interview Steven Rossmoore. Steve is a retired medical doctor and was nice enough to take a look at the autopsy of John Dillinger and shed some light on…
 
During the 1930s Depression, America made heroes of outlaws who took what they wanted at gunpoint. John Dillinger came to evoke this Gangster Era and stirred mass emotion to a degree rarely seen in this country. He operated with a group of men known as the "Dillinger Gang", which was accused of robbing 24 banks and four police stations, among other…
 
During the 1930s Depression, many Americans made heroes of outlaws who took what they wanted at gunpoint. One man, John Dillinger, came to evoke this Gangster Era and stirred mass emotion to a degree rarely seen in this country. He operated with a group of men known as the "Dillinger Gang", which was accused of robbing 24 banks and four police stat…
 
In this interview I talk to Jen Bucholtz. As you know, I've had her on the podcast before. She a member on 'The Case Breakers' and also one of the hosts of the new podcast 'Break the Case.' We talk about the recent Zodiac update, the current case she's covering on her podcast, as well as the cases I'm covering on my other podcast. She's always grea…
 
Jonathan Paul Luna was an American lawyer found dead under mysterious circumstances in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania while serving as an Assistant United States Attorney in Baltimore, Maryland. Luna had been stabbed 36 times with his own pocketknife and then drowned in a creek next to his car. Investigations have proven inconclusive, and there is …
 
This is the introduction and the fist episode of The Swediana Project - Season 2 : Welcome to Lawton. From 1999 - 2003 there were 6 victims. Each victim was stripped nude and their bodies were dumped in or around bodies of water in rural areas. Investigators eventually drew a link between the victims and concluded that the same person or persons ha…
 
Twenty-six-year-old Deborah Poe vanished on February 4, 1990, during the graveyard shift at the convenience store where she worked. Police verified that she had waited on customers until 3:05am. At 3:50am, her friend came to the store and found it empty. When police arrived, they found her work smock folded behind the counter. The cash register was…
 
Michelle Knotek is an American convicted murderer from Raymond, Washington. She was convicted in 2004 of second-degree murder and manslaughter for her role in the torture and deaths of Kathy Loreno and Ronald Woodworth, who were both boarders in Knotek's home. Michelle Knotek was sentenced to 22 years in prison. Her husband David Knotek, was parole…
 
On May 27, 1999, Dale Williams went missing after he apparently received a phone call from a stranded motorist requesting assistance. Williams owned a body shop in the town of Nucla, Colorado at the time. Five weeks later his 1994 white Ford truck was found submerged at the confluence of the San Miguel and Dolores rivers, but there were no sign of …
 
On This Episode of NoBoBuMe (Nobody But Me) Host Bryan Bowden (Host and boots on the ground Cryptozoologist, singer, songwriter and guitarist) invites special guests Stevie Strings - (Bigfoot Researcher and kick ass guitar player) David Buder - (kick ass guitar player) Hi-Fi - (Yes; that’s his real name and he has played with and managed the tours …
 
Annie was a 16 year old from Fairfax County, VA. On October 31st 2008, Annie failed to make contact with her parents at the end of the school day. Upon returning home, Annie's father received an automated telephone message from the school saying that Annie had never arrived at school that morning. Two days later on November 2, a person discovered A…
 
In 2012, Keith Linder and his girlfriend moved into a house, right outside of Seattle. The phenomena they witnessed while there would change their lives forever. Weird things begin to happen within days of moving into the modern suburban home. Spontaneous fire outbreaks and inexplicable wall writings are not the most horrific things that happened h…
 
So Wednesday we had a bunch of crazy news about the Zodiac killer pop up. What is going on and why do they think this unknown suspect might be the guy? In the episode I talk to Jen Bucholtz who is a member of a group known as "The Case Breakers". I think you'll like the extra information given. It definitely sheds more light on what's goin on behin…
 
If you're a fan of the old Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell.... you're going to love this interview. Since 1977, Brian Bowden has used his spare time to explore several areas of interest, traveling the world in pursuit of the truth. His experiences in the paranormal realm cover everything from encounters with Sasquatch, Dogman, spirits, and several …
 
In 1865, at the age of nineteen, a girl named Mary Roff who was mentally ill died in Watseka, Illinios. Thirteen years later, another Watseka girl, Lurancy Vennum, almost a stranger to the Roff family, started showing the same type of behavior as Mary Roff. Reportedly, on February 1, 1878, Mary Roff possessed Lurancy's body and remained in possessi…
 
We are exploring deep, Inside The Goblin Universe with NoBoBuMe Sir Bryan and our special guest Dr.Pat NMD We are talking Binaural Beats, Sound, Frequency, The GOD Frequency, Healing and More Listen Now: Download Now: Watch Now (Audio): https://www.podbean.com/ew/pb-6d57c-10deef5 Watch Now (Video): Subscribe to the show at www.InsideTheGoblinUniver…
 
In 1865, at the age of nineteen, a girl named Mary Roff who was mentally ill died in Watseka, Illinios. Thirteen years later, another Watseka girl, Lurancy Vennum, almost a stranger to the Roff family, started showing the same type of behavior as Mary Roff. Reportedly, on February 1, 1878, Mary Roff possessed Lurancy's body and remained in possessi…
 
For those of you who have never listened to my episode about Tiffany Jenks or are not familiar with the case at all, I highly suggest you check it out before listening to this. This is a revisit of that case. I sit down with John Captain III and ask him about the case and of course we talk about MKULTRA and Project Monarch which were mind control p…
 
For those of you who have never listened to my episode about Tiffany Jenks or are not familiar with the case at all, I highly suggest you check it out before listening to this. This is a revisit of that case. I sit down with John Captain III and ask him about the case and of course we talk about MKULTRA and Project Monarch which were mind control p…
 
Blackbeard, aka Edward Teach, Thatch or Treach, is one of history’s most famous pirates, who became a huge figure in American folklore. Little is known of Blackbeard’s early life, and his origins have been left to speculation. Blackbeard was first heard of as a pirate late in 1716. The following year he converted a captured French merchantman into …
 
Zigmund Adamski, a 56 year old miner, went missing from his home near Wakefield, England, in June 1980. Five days later his body was found 20 miles from his home at a coal yard in Todmorden. On the back of his head, neck and shoulders were mysterious burns which attracted lots of attention, along with the fact, he was found on top of a 10 foot pile…
 
In 2012 the National Archives published never-before-seen schematics and details of a 1950s military venture called Project 1794, The declassified materials show the U.S. Air Force had a contract with a Canadian company to build an aircraft unlike anything before. Project 1794, as wild as it sounds, tried to build a supersonic flying saucer. -- Pro…
 
In October of 2016, D.J. Fickey was shot and killed. Law enforcement immediately ruled the death a suicide, but his family and their private investigator have reason to believe that it was a homicide after witnesses and evidence came forward saying it was murder. So, why is this still unsolved? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/a…
 
On the morning of Sept. 15, 2014, Matt Odom was leaving for work when he was stabbed outside his home in northwest Bakersfield. He later died of his injuries. He and his wife, Summers Odom, were going through a messy divorce at the time of his death but with no witnesses and no leads, what happened to Matt Odom? Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
 
March 24, 1994: Matt’s ninth day of training for his new job. That morning, he arrived at work and parked in the middle of the lot. As he exited his car, Matt Flores was shot once in the back of the head at point-blank range. He probably never even saw his killer. And incredibly, even though there were 22 people in the parking lot at the time, nobo…
 
Jimi Hendrix was one of the most influential guitarists of the 1960s. His Rock and Roll Hall of Fame biography says he "was arguably the greatest instrumentalist in the history of rock music." But the details of Hendrix's death on September 18th, 1970, are still unclear and widely disputed. The official ruling is that Hendrix had aspirated his own …
 
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