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Who’s the worst serial killer? Where’s the creepiest cult? What’s the coldest of all cold cases? If you’re a true crime fan, you’ve probably asked yourself some of these questions. Well, Parcast thinks you deserve answers… or at least some passionate opinions. And they’ve enlisted co-hosts Ash Kelley and Alaina Urquhart from the hit podcast Morbid to get to the bottom of things. Welcome to their Parcast original series, Crime Countdown. Every Monday, Ash and Alaina discuss ten unsettling tru ...
 
My name is Joe and I have a true crime obsession. It began as a child when I would watch Unsolved Mysteries and ever since I’ve had such a fascination with cold cases and the unknown. This podcast focuses on unsolved murders, disappearances, and maybe even the paranormal once in a while. In each episode, I dive into a different case explaining as many details as I can find on it, and giving my own theories.
 
A bi-weekly true crime podcast focused exclusively on murdered and missing persons cases out of the Houston Metro area. Explore the city's diverse and eclectic culture while examining the darker stories that weave the downtown streets and flow out down the bayous. No stranger to crime, Houston has thousands of stories to tell, from unsolved murder mysteries to current missing persons cases. See H-Town in a new light, a light inclusive to every victim in Houston, no matter the sex, race, or i ...
 
Some people are just awful. I want to share stories and real life events that are hard to believe are true. The quality will get better in time so stay tuned for my next episode and thanks for listening in. Follow me on Twitter @themorbiddigest Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/themorbiddigest/support
 
Yet another true crime podcast with Jennifer Sandwich, Acadia Einstein and Mells Bells telling stories about murder, lady killers, abnormal psychology, cannibals and weird stuff. We have killer karaoke, too! If that's something you're into, then put your headphones on and hop in our nondescript, windowless van and come see the puppies!
 
The unknown. It lies at the root of all fear, and has inspired legends, superstition, folklore, customs, hysteria, and even murder throughout history. Still today we feel the shadowy presence of our ancestors' struggles to explain the mysterious in almost every facet of our lives. Whether it be in the form of religion, urban legends, pop culture, ghost stories, superstitious rituals, and so much more we are still just fighting to keep our monsters in the dark. Welcome to The Strange and Unus ...
 
The morbid history podcast that knows while you can die no better death than your own, that doesn’t mean we can’t look for the unusual, the noteworthy, and perhaps even the comical in the deaths of others. Each episode we’ll take an in-depth look at some out-of-the-ordinary deaths, fatal events, and the details surrounding them. Hosted by Sick Grayson.
 
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Sydney Loofe was an animal lover, a generous friend and loved by everyone who knew her. Unfortunately, Sydney Loofe was murdered on November 15th, 2017 after going on a Tinder date with someone she thought she knew. Bailey Boswell and AubreyTrail lured Sydney into their home, killed her, dismembered her body and then went on the run between three s…
 
Who doesn't love a little true crime now and again? I know I sure do, which is why every so often I like to toss on into the circuit of episodes, and this one will be a two parter, so that's even better, right? Today we look at in incident that took place in the 1960's in Australia, and it focuses on a pair of teenage girls who would often frequent…
 
Thanksgiving is a holiday for people to gather with family and friends. But for two men, it was the last day of their lives. After catching the perpetrators red handed, police were sure they had a guaranteed conviction. But loophole after loophole ensured the killers were acquitted. Finally, a federal judge found a loophole of his own and managed t…
 
Welcome to My Killer Podcast episode #4 Sometimes Dead Is Better...Pt 3. The final installment and it is a real scream! In this episode we will be doing a deep dive into the book, movie, sequel and horrifying adaption of Stephen King's Pet Sematary. Join us for some laughs, deep emotional conversation and for some real horrifying arguments! Are you…
 
The night of December 11th into the morning of December 12th 1992 had been an all night party hop for 20 year old Arnold Archambeau, his 19 year old girlfriend Ruby Bruguier, and Ruby's 17 year old cousin Tracy Dion. However, what had been a fun night of partying would come to a misfortunate end at approximately 6 am, when Arnold drove through an i…
 
Today's November Listener Tales is full of it. We have an appearance by Pennywise, a Pinterest curse, a very near miss with a convicted murderer, a mean-ass religion teacher and a cycle home with a wife murderer. Message for this one? Don't ride a bike. Don't do it. Links provided from the first tale in the episode! https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/b…
 
We're back with some more werewolf stuff! I have an interesting real life case today, and a little tidbit about a potential werewolf skull. The skull in question was found in a box, wrapped in chains, in Macedonia, which apparently has a rich and very long history of werewolves in their culture. It was an interesting find, but certainly not the mai…
 
For the Ash-centric episode this week, we’ve got a doozy. Angela Diaz and Michelle Hadley were two women who had no idea of each other’s mere existence until they met a man named Ian Diaz. Ian had been engaged to Michelle and things got messy quickly. When he moved on to Angela, everything seemed perfect, for a little while at least. Then the expec…
 
This week we discuss how David Anthony murdered his wife Gretchen, then told people she was quarantined while fighting COVID, to buy himself time so he could sloppily attempt to cover up his tracks. To support Murder Dictionary & get access to rewards, perks, & merch, please visit our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/MurderDictionaryPodcast If yo…
 
With one victim on the run for his life, the men from the Sun Gym had their eye on new targets to fund their lifestyle. They found an extremely wealthy and generous man, his devoted and loving girlfriend, and their incredible yellow Lamborghini. But even with the best of plans, once again the gang made mistake after mistake, this time with deadly c…
 
Welcome to My Killer Podcast episode #3 Sometimes Dead Is Better...Pt 2. In this episode we will be doing a deep dive into the book, movie, sequel and horrifying adaption of Stephen King's Pet Sematary. Join us for some laughs, deep emotional conversation and for real arguments! Are you team Mel or team Keely? Only you can listen and decide! You ca…
 
It’s Monday cult babes and do I got a story for you. Listen in on this week’s chaotic recount of a woman dubbed “the female Charles Manson.” Sarah Jo Pender, an innocent bystander or the worst roommate ever? You decide. This week’s episode is sponsored by BetterHelp & Scam Goddess, visit BetterHelp.com/cultliter for 10% off your first month, and ch…
 
We’re stepping into an unknown world for us this week: the world of horrorcore. In 2009 twenty year old Richard Sam Mccroskey travelled across the country to go to a horrorcore music festival with two girls he had become friends with via Myspace, sixteen year old Emma Niederbrock and eighteen year old Melanie Wells. Richard, Emma and Emma’s best fr…
 
So here we are, I can't believe it's taken me this long to cover this all too familiar topic: Werewolves. But I fought with the best place to start, so I figured why not right at the beginning? In Greek Mythology there was a figure who went by the name King Lycaon - and the name should be a dead giveaway as to what he became. The king was the ruler…
 
In February 2013 the guests at The Cecil hotel started making multiple complaints to the front desk about the water in their room. Some said the tap water had a funny taste to it, others said the water pressure was basically non-existent. A maintenance worker was sent to check on the status of one of the main water tanks and made the horrifying dis…
 
When you visit Miami, you see extravagant cars, gorgeous beaches, and a dazzling nightlife. But this gang of Miami residents saw something else: targets for extortion, kidnapping, and even murder. Michael Bay may have directed a hit movie about the incidents, but this true story is even more sinister. Support Sinisterhood…
 
Welcome to My Killer Podcast episode #2 Sometimes Dead Is Better...Pt 1. In this episode we will be doing a deep dive into the book, movie, sequel and horrifying adaption of Stephen King's Pet Sematary. Join us for some laughs, deep emotional conversation and for some real horrifying arguments! Are you team Mel or team Keely? Only you can listen an…
 
Part two of the conundrum that is Carl Panzram. Part two consists of Carl escaping to Africa, living more like a pirate, murdering almost everyone in his path and eventually confessing to murder. Dive in for the gory details and some seriously interesting psychology!! Books/websites used for episode Carls handwritten letters Kill Em All By Ryan Gre…
 
"Dark Parade," a phrase in a Emily Dickinson’s poem, captures the spirit of the Victorian cult of death, a social movement built on strict mourning rules and funerals, the fetishizing of ephemera of the dead, a movement that was meant to beautify and romanticize the horrific. In this first part of our look into Victorian mourning and death, we expl…
 
Aliens! They're fun, right? I do love talking about aliens, both sightings and encounters. From theories to conspiracies, I don't think there is anything as fascinating as a good UFO sighting or alien encounter. But what about where it all started? Have we been visited by aliens in the past? How about in ancient times? Are there legitimately ancien…
 
Tonight Alaina is taking us deep into the tragic and twisted life of Carl Panzram. In Part 1, we talk about his abusive upbringing, his multiple incarcerations and his first forays into murder. Carl's story is one that needs to be heard to be believed. Strap in friends. It's going to be a rough one today. Books mentioned: Butchering Humanity By Car…
 
I continue my discussion with Alison and Karlin from the Re-Solved Mysteries podcast and we talk the remaining three episodes from volume two of Unsolved Mysteries on Netflix. We talk about the way "Tsunami Spirits" tugged at our heart strings, the way we were absolutely engrossed and baffled with "The Lady in the Lake", and how hopeful we are for …
 
Cult Babes! This week we’re discussing the life of Belle Gunness aka Lady Bluebeard, aka The Black Widow. Tbh she’s drama and we love that. From scammin’ to moidah this little 6ft lady was starting little fires everywhere. This week’s episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Visit betterhelp.com/cultliter for 10% your first month.…
 
Hey everyone, we’re taking the week off. We’ll be back next week with a brand new episode. Please enjoy this all-too-timely re-release, our episode on QAnon. You can also head over to our Patreon for some bonus content like our all-new Wheel segment, and our latest minisode on Zozo the Ouija Board demon. Thanks so much and keep it creepy. The inter…
 
In this special episode, I am joined by Alison and Karlin of the Re-Solved Mysteries podcast to discuss the second volume of episodes of Unsolved Mysteries on Netflix. In part one, we discuss the episodes "Washington Insider Murder" about Jack Wheeler (which might NOT be a murder at all), "A Death in Oslo" about the mystery surrounding 'Jennifer Fa…
 
This week Ash dives into the details surrounding the case of The Frankston Serial killer from Australia. P Denyer is responsible for the murders of three young women in the Frankston area: Elizabeth Stevens, Debbie Fream and Natalie Russel. Each murder is insanely brutal and schoked the community, especially the women who were afraid to leave their…
 
Moskvin was an educated but very disturbed man. He collected mummified corpses of girls and kept a large collection of them at his home.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themorbiddigest/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/themo…
 
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