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HER STORY Podcast This series focuses on how different women have defied their obstacles to success. Each of us has a story. There are women out there who have gone through the very same barriers you’re facing, but they didn’t give up. In fact, they used their difficulties to mold them into strong and resilient women. If they can breakthrough their hardships, so can You! You are HER--Heroic. Empowering. Resilient. Listen to these empowering stories every WEDNESDAY
 
WELCOME TO HOLYness BIBLEs for the blind's Sermon Spotlight!!! HOLYness BIBLEs for the blind is a missionary outreach to the physically and spiritually blind. Our primary outreach goal is to the edification of the saved, reaching out to the lost and helping those in distress and the education of Christ's body as to the abilities, needs, and rights of those who are visually inconvenienced, and the special talents they can bring to God's Church. God has challenged us to meet this goal in many ...
 
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The Lemp family truly qualifies as one of America's most haunting ghost stories in Missouri, with much scrutiny on the seemingly possessed Lemp Mansion. The house saw 5 deaths over a period of time, each committed by their own hand. Today visitors hear disembodied voices, see objects floating, and the apparition of a little boy who was locked away …
 
This episode is in partnership with The HBCU EXPERIENCE MOVEMENT, LLC--The HBCU Royal University Queens 2nd Edition. Its so important to share Black stories and experiences!Listen, as I chat with Olivia Turner who is a native Californian who pursued her dream of attending an HBCU. Ms. Turner, without a campus visit, decided that Texas Southern Univ…
 
On June 14, 1969, in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Dennis Martin, disappeared after playing in the woods. The search effort was the most extensive in the park's history, involving approximately 1,400 searchers and a 56-square-mile area. Despite their efforts, he was never found. What happened to Dennis is still unknown but, many theories…
 
*This episode is in partnership with The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Royal University Queens 2nd Edition. *Please take a listen as I chat with Ms. Darby Smith-- a 2x graduate of Southern University and A&M College. She shares her HBCU Queen journey and experience and how it has propelled her career and entrepreneurial journey!…
 
Helle Crafts was a Danish flight attendant who was murdered by her husband, Richard Crafts. Her murder is sometimes called the "Woodchipper Murder" because of the method by which Richard disposed of her body. Her death brought about the first murder conviction in the state of Connecticut in which a body was never found. For more visit lightsonpod.c…
 
In 1992 the Canadian mining town of Yellowknife was thrown into violent unrest when the workers went on strike. Nine replacement workers died when their rail car hit a deliberately set bomb. This sparked violent riots that paralyzed the small mining town and launched a massive manhunt. Hear survivor's accounts and find out how the mine is doing tod…
 
In 1990 a chance encounter on an Arizona road ended the 15-year career of terror for trucker Robert Ben Rhoades a man who would earn the nickname “The Truck Stop Killer”. But it wasn’t the name that many people remember, it’s the mobile torture truck where Rhoades lured his victims. So join Eliza as she unpacks the mind of a real monster. For more …
 
LTLO celebrates its 100th episode by looking into the U.S. worst case of child abuse. The victim, Genie Wiley, was deprived of almost all human contact until the age of 13. This along with physical abuse from her father led to Genie having zero communication skills. Because of her unique disability scientists studied her which many say led to furth…
 
This week's episode was suggested by a Patreon member. Between October 1978 and 1992 a series of unsolved homicides involving women with red hair puzzled authorities across multiple states. Their bodies were found abandoned along major highways in the U.S. Many of the victims remained unidentified for years. Theories about who committed the crimes …
 
On October 8, 2009, Bobby Jamison, 44, his wife Sherilynn, 40, 6-year-old Madyson, and their dog Maisy, loaded their pickup truck, headed into Oklahoma’s San Bois mountains, and were never seen alive again. Four years later in November 2013, their bodies were found. Were they murdered, lost in the woods, was it suicide, or were they taken out by dr…
 
Sometime during the 12th century, two children appeared in the village of Woolpit in Suffolk, England, seemingly out of nowhere. Those who believe in extraterrestrial life point to this tale as proof of aliens while skeptics turn to hard facts and say it's just folklore. Join Eliza as she sifts through the b.s. and hopefully uncover the truth. For …
 
On August 4th, 1981, twenty-year-old Cynthia Anderson went to work at a law office in Toledo, OH. Cindy had just ten days left before she’d be moving on to Bible College, but sadly, she would never make it. What happened to Cindy? Was she abducted by a stranger, or perhaps someone she knew and trusted? Did she fall victim to a pair of serial killer…
 
On July 27, 1981, six-year-old Adam Walsh was abducted from a mall in Hollywood, Florida, and later found murdered. His highly publicized death created a massive alarm about stranger abduction which to this day has residual effects. As for Adam's father, John Walsh, he would become a nationally recognized advocate as the host/creator of America's M…
 
This week’s case focuses on Henry McCollum who spent 30 years on death row before DNA evidence exonerated him and his half-brother, Leon Brown. But this is just the beginning of the nightmare the brothers endured. So join Eliza to see how the justice system not only failed these men once but twice. For more visit lightsonpod.com and be sure to subs…
 
Cameron Todd Willingham was executed in Texas in 2004 for allegedly setting a fire that killed his three young daughters. He always claimed he was innocent right up to his death. Since 2004, further evidence in the case has led to the inescapable conclusion that Willingham did not set the fire for which he was executed. Join Eliza as she traces the…
 
Often with urban legends, there’s the story and there’s the truth. That’s what makes them so eerie, so bizarre and so downright creepy. In this episode, Eliza looks at 3 urban legends whose truth is more bizarre than the legend itself. Featured stories are Bunny Man, Charlie No Face, and La Llorona. For more visit lightsonpod.com and be sure to sub…
 
In 2004, Marcus Wesson, the self-proclaimed vampire god, murdered his entire family because he'd rather they went to heaven together than go into child custody. But once the corner ran DNA tests the true depravity of Wesson's crimes came to light. For more visit lightsonpod.com and be sure to subscribe, rate, and review the show. New episodes every…
 
Jack Unterweger became a literary success while in prison for murdering a woman. This would lead to his early release and a new start in life. Unfortunately, Unterweger's new life was a charade and 12 more women would be murdered by his hands. For more be sure to visit lightsonpod.com and be sure to subscribe, rate, and review. New episodes every S…
 
At the age of 18, shortly before 7 p.m. on June 2, 2007, Kelsey Smith entered a Target store to buy a gift for her boyfriend to celebrate six months together. However, little did she, or any of her loved ones, know that this would be the last thing she would ever do. After all, soon after Kelsey left the store at 7:07 p.m., she vanished from the pa…
 
Central State Hospital, originally known as the Central Lunatic Asylum, was the first all-black psychiatric hospital in Virginia. While the facilities were ahead of their time, lack of funds led to understaffing and overcrowding. This led to mistreatment of patients and a huge scandal uncovered in the 1980s. Join Eliza as she dives into the murky h…
 
In 2010, Amber Tuccaro, a member of the Mikisew Cree First Nation, went to Edmonton, Canada for a weekend trip with her son and friend. Wanting to explore Amber would hitch a ride into downtown Edmonton but never returned. Seeking justice her family fought the RCMP who ignored the case, lost evidence, and blundered an apology. For more visit, light…
 
Ashley Heavyrunner Loring disappeared from the Blackfeet reservation in Montana in June of 2017 and hasn't been seen since. Ashley is just one of nearly 6,000 missing indigenous women in the U.S. who vanished without a trace. Chronic underfunding and a complex jurisdictional maze are just a few obstacles family members have to fight to get the help…
 
This 133-year-old hotel has more than a few residents who’ve checked in but never checked out. The Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel has allegedly set the scene for horrific murders, suicides, and terrible accidents. Rooms have been boarded up, brides set on fire, and some staff are still helpful even in death. So join Eliza and together let’s get our s…
 
#HERSTORYMovementToday's episode is in partnership with The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Southern University System Edition.Ayanna Spivey was born in the shadow of Southern University in Baton Rouge, LA. She was raised in Moreno Valley, CA. She explored skills while in high school, lettering in 3 sports, active in the Associated Student Body, the Blac…
 
#HERSTORYWednesdayToday's episode is in partnership with The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition.Ebony Burroughs is a servant leader, forever learner, and passionate about diversity, inclusion, and equity issues. Over the last 22 years, Ebony has worked in various roles across industries such as retail, utilities, communications, real est…
 
#HERSTORYWednesdayToday's episode is in partnership with The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition.Dr. Christy A. Walker, is a higher education professional, band-head, and HBCU advocate. Christy, a native of Hampton, Virginia, earned a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from North Carolina A and T State University. While Christy was…
 
Today's episode is in partnership with The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition.LaToya Brooks is a native of Atlanta, GA. She is a proud graduate ofClark Atlanta University and Tennessee State University. As an undergrad student at CAU, she served as Clarinet Section Leader, Drum Major, and Student Director of the Mighty Marching Panther B…
 
It's a special episode!!! Eliza has released 3 cases from her Patreon members only archives of Crime in 10. Featured in this week’s episode is the solved case of Katarzyna Zowada, the unsolved case of Jaliek Rainwalker, and the strange disappearance of Brandon Swanson. Each case is 10 min. or less. Be sure to subscribe, rate, and review the show. A…
 
On May 11, 2011, 6-year-old Timmothy Pitzen was reported missing after his mother, Amy commits suicide, launching a search that’s been ongoing for nearly a decade. But in 2019 a bomb was dropped when a 23-year-old man stepped forward claiming he was the missing boy. Be sure to visit lightsonpod.com for more. New episodes every Sunday. Subscribe, ra…
 
#HERSTORYWednesdayToday's episode is in partnership with The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition.Dr. Kellye Hall, A "Jill of all trades, "thrives in various areas, including academics, athletics, and the arts. She is a proud graduate of North Carolina A&T University and has broken many barriers throughout her life, such as being the first…
 
Convinced by such insuperable odds, in June 2004, the Court of Appeal in The Hague convicted Lucia (a nurse) formally for seven murders and three attempted murders. But the odds were wrong and Lucia suffered a miscarriage of justice. Her story is a cautionary tale of not trusting statistics. For more visit lightsonpod.com and be sure to subscribe, …
 
Anneliese Michel was a German woman who underwent 67 Catholic exorcism rites during the year before her death. She died of malnutrition, for which her parents and priest were convicted of negligent homicide. Hear recorded sessions from the exorcism and decided for yourself if this is a true demonic possession. For more visit lightsonpod.com and be …
 
#HERSTORYWednesdayToday's episode is in partnership with The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition as we feature Dr. Kathryn D. Kelly. Dr. Kelly currently serves as the Treasurer and Board Member for Girls Health Ed, an organization whose mission is to educate girls to make empowered decisions about their health. Additionally, Dr. Kelly ser…
 
This week Eliza joins Dr. Jules from Riddle Me That! True Crime Podcast in reviewing an old unsolved case. Danielle Imbo and Richard Petrone just up and vanished from a Philadelphia bar on February 19, 2005. Dr. Jules and Eliza look at old theories and new information. Be sure to subscribe, rate, and review the show. For more visit, lightsonpod.com…
 
If you can't trust a babysitter, then who can you trust? Christine Falling was a 17-year old babysitter from Perry, Florida who murdered at least 5 neighborhood children by suffocation because she said she heard voices telling her to do it. For more information visit lightsonpod.com and be sure to subscribe, rate, and review. Sponsors Podgo.co Refe…
 
In this episode, I spoke to Emmy Award-nominated choreographer Chloe Arnold on H.E.R. Story podcast. Chloe was discovered at a young age in Washington, DC, by Debbie Allen, and her choreography has been featured on hit television shows such as So You Think You Can Dance, Good Morning America, The Ellen Show, The Talk, and over 30 episodes of The La…
 
This week is part 2 of a look into the Backpacker Murders and the man behind the crimes. Ivan Milat was convicted of murdering seven people, but some suspect there could be more. For years, he escaped detection for the backpacker killings but a raid would turn up damning evidence linking him to the crimes. Despite all this Milat denied any involvem…
 
Between 1989 and 1993 Australia was rocked by the gruesome killings of seven foreign backpackers in the Belanglo State Forest. The tragedy came to be known as the “backpacker murders” and remains one of the worst string of homicides to take place in the country, and the man behind them maintains his innocence even after decades behind bars.…
 
This week guest Melanie Peterson from Mask of Sanity joins Eliza and together they look at a 50-year-old unsolved case. When Patricia Mann and Jesse McBane went missing after a Valentine's Day dance on February 12, 1971 friends and family became concerned. Days later they would be found murdered and tied to a tree stump. This case has baffled inves…
 
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