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Hollywood and Crime is a ground-breaking true crime series about the most infamous murders in Tinseltown history. In The Black Dahlia Serial Killers, host Tracy Pattin investigates the sensational unsolved murder of Elizabeth Short. Known as the Black Dahlia, Short was a star-struck young woman whose body was found completely severed at the waist in January 1947. Many remember her tragic story, yet few know that more than a dozen other women died in similar circumstances around that same tim ...
 
When Elizabeth Short, also known as The Black Dahlia, was brutally killed in 1947, it gripped the entire country. More than 70 years later, it remains America's most infamous unsolved murder. Many believe Dr. George Hodel was the killer, thanks to an investigation by Hodel's own son. But murder is just part of the Hodel family story, one filled with horrifying secrets that ripple across generations. Now, through never-before-heard archival audio and first-time interviews, the Hodel family op ...
 
This is the 1947project's bi-monthly podcast, which is a wrapup of the two week period in both 1947 and the present day. The group includes skits and spoofs by the regular blogging staff, Joan Renner, Nathan Marsak, Mary Mccoy, and Kim Cooper, as well as timely and inapproperiate interjections by Crimebo the clown
 
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My First Dungeon

Fractured Realms Podcasts

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My First Dungeon is the tabletop role-playing podcast where we put first time Dungeon Masters through their paces as we build and run their first adventure and then circle back around to discuss what went right, what went wrong, and how they can make their game better.
 
Listen in each week while true crime enthusiasts Abby and Ericka discuss cases that will keep you up at night. From serial killers to the mysteriously vanished, the crew pours themselves a strong cup of joe and presents real life cases followed by discussion on their thoughts and theories surrounding these events. Email us at CrimeOverCoffeePod@outlook.com for questions or to suggest cases you would like us to cover! Facebook: Crime Over Coffee Podcast Instagram: @crimeovercoffee Support thi ...
 
Every week Chris Hayes asks the big questions that keep him up at night. How do we make sense of this unprecedented moment in world history? Why is this (all) happening? This podcast starts to answer these questions. Writers, experts, and thinkers who are also trying to get to the bottom of them join Chris to break it all down and help him get a better night’s rest. “Why is this Happening?” is presented by MSNBC and NBCNews Think.
 
Hello to all you other twisted minds out there! I'm caffeinated and ready to discuss the crime! This podcast is dedicated to true crime and to my curiosity that is never ending in these cases. I’m Ally (aka AllyBrianne on other platforms) and I hope you’ll jump head first into these cases with me! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ally673/support
 
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TRAPDOOR

Emma Grace Dolan

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Hey! TRAPDOOR is a podcast centered around the eerie, the gruesome, and the terrifying. During and average episode we usually cover a significant and despicable crime that we have all researched individually and together. Other times we may research stories and urban folklore from the dark web. We hope you enjoy TRAPDOORS!
 
Welcome to CRACKPOP! My name is Jacob Granado- pop culture obsessor, enthusiast, and commentator. Each week I will bring you along on an audio-immersive ride through all of my research as we try to CRACK pop culture’s darkest mysteries, conspiracies, and secrets!
 
A Spoopy Podcast Created by 2 sisters who enjoy all things spoopy be it conspiracies, paranormal, or true crime. Join us as we delve into the mysteries of the world around us. Email us at madderthanacaterpillar@gmail.com, and follow us on Instagram @madderthanacaterpillar If you like what you hear feel free to rate and review our podcast on Podchaser! Join us on Patreon - www.patreon.com/illtellyouwhat Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/madderthanacaterpillar/support
 
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Mitchell and Amanda Kiser

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Ghosts, murder, chaos and mystery......add a heavy handed-shot of whiskey or bourbon and you've got the recipe for Drunken Darkness. A comedic, educational, and downright needed podcast. Join your hosts Mitch and Amanda Kiser as they talk stories of the macabre and mysterious. From gruesome murders, haunted happenings around the world to just plain weird and creepy. So, kick back, grab a cold one, and lets gets weird.
 
A five-time Emmy winning SNL comedy writer/producer, joins a four-time #1 NYT bestselling author, a three-time highest-rated national progressive radio host, a two-time Grammy winning artist, and a former US Senator. So, it gets a little crowded in the booth when Al talks public policy and sometimes political comedy with notable guests. Think “The Daily” without the resources of the NYTimes.
 
Fancy taking a stroll down the mysterious and interesting passages of History? Join us every Tuesday as Lucy and Lee cover topics such as the dark recesses of true crime, and the intricacies of the British Monarchy. We explore every gruesome and grotesque avenue in our Uncovering History Podcast.-- Visit us at our website at: www.UncoveringHistory.co.uk -- To keep up-to-date make sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter: https://www.instagram.com/UncoveringHistoryPodcast/ & https://twitter ...
 
True crime podcasters here, with teen guests, trembling and sweating as we discuss serial killers and crime that is straight out mysterious. And then we also have stories, for author appreciation and discussion of topics, with fun game shows!! Also, we got Coffee, Curiosity !!! You can submit your stories and suggestions or just make convos at subreddit r/CoffeeCuriosity and at Instagram @coffee.curiosity.and.moi
 
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The seventh season of Tenfold More Wicked from the Exactly Right network is called “The Annihilator.” It’s a historical true crime story that takes place in late 1800s Austin, Texas. This is a case about a man with a troubled past, someone who witnessed the aftermath left by a notorious serial killer. But did seeing that crime scene cause him to ki…
 
In 1947 a woman walking in the park discovered a body that had been brutally mutilated and severed in half. This body would quickly be determined to be Elizabeth Short. The case would later be referred to as the Black Dahlia. Listen to this 2-part episode to hear about the unsolved murder of Elizabeth Short. Sources: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/bl…
 
76 years ago the severed body of Elizabeth Short, aka The Black Dahlia, was found by a mother and her infant daughter were out on a walk and stumbled upon the horrific crime scene. This case has baffled detectives and fascinated Hollywood ever since. The story of the Black Dahlia in this episode of the Gonzo Chronicles. Elizabeth Cooper from the Ca…
 
You’ve probably encountered an e-bike in some form or another. Maybe you’ve ridden one. Perhaps one has buzzed passed you on the street, in a bike lane, or on the sidewalk. We’ve seen your requests and we’re glad to finally dedicate an entire conversation to this topic. What’s fueling the e-bike revolution? Is it just a short-lived fad? E-bikes are…
 
My anger was riled today when I learned that the Chines Commie Party is floating a spy balloon over our nation and the guy in the White House told the military to stand down and let them spy when they should have blown it out of the sky. That raises a lot of questions. Is this guy and his family compromised by the commies? Also, Tom Brady retired. …
 
The episode Elliot Davis takes over the host seat from Brian Flaherty to interview him about his brand-new TTRPG Schröedinger's Cats that he will be playtesting for the very first time on this podcast! We discuss our thoughts on game design, what to look out for when playtesting, and how to incorporate player feedback into future revisions. Downloa…
 
In 2019 Chance Englebert was in Nebraska celebrating the 4th of July with his wife's family. After getting frustrated, he decided to go on a walk to cool down. Unfortunately, he never returned home to his family. He has not been seen or heard from since. Listen to this episode to hear his story! Sources: https://cowboystatedaily.com/2022/04/14/form…
 
February marks Black History Month, an opportunity to celebrate the contributions Black Americans have made to society. And today, we're going to be celebrating that. But before that. Given the themes of this episode, we want to acknowledge the brutal murder of Tyree Nichols and the violence towards high schooler Tauris Sledge, both by police. This…
 
House Republicans are refusing to raise the debt limit, threatening that the US will default on its bond payments. But the Constitution has the solution for President Biden -- that’s what historian Eric Foner says. He joins the podcast to shed light on a little-known section of the 14th Amendment. Also on this episode, we’re still thinking about Vi…
 
In this week's episode we talk about sex.. In horror! You know the spoken rule of never having sex in a horror film.. how a virgin tends to either be the sacrifice or the final girl. You know the cliches and tropes of these slashers for the past decade. Erica and Lua discuss their relationship with being full time spicy creators while also maintain…
 
You’ve probably heard about what Florida governor Ron DeSantis is up to. One of the most controversial things he’s done is sign the Individual Freedom Act, also known as the “Stop W.O.K.E Act,” short for Stop Wrongs to Our Kids and Employees. The law, among many things, prohibits teaching certain concepts related to race. Although there’s currently…
 
Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is part one with author/journalist, Tom Shroder. Tom Shroder has been an award-winning journalist, writer and editor for nearly 40 years. He is the author of Acid Test: LSD, Ecstasy and the Power to Heal (2014); a mind-altering account of the resurgent research into the medical use of psychedelic drugs, co-author o…
 
In July of 2003 when Stephen Hilder's parachute failed to open, leading to his death, investigators were left to determine whether or not foul play was involved or if there was another explanation for Stephen's death. Sources: https://www.herefordtimes.com/news/5648281.there-is-no-answer-as-to-why-stephen-died/ http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/en…
 
Louisiana State Penitentiary, also known as Angola Prison, is the largest maximum-security adult prison in the US. Angola is the perfect symbol for the criminal legal system’s ongoing legacy of racism. It’s transformed from a slave plantation to a camp for mostly Black laborers exploited by convict leasing, all before becoming a prison. For over a …
 
Kyrsten Sinema, the Arizona senator who quit the Democratic Party in December, is up for reelection next year, and will be challenged by progressive Democrat Ruben Gallego. Steve Phillips points to evidence that her chances of reelection are poor. His new book, “How We Win the Civil War,” has a chapter on Arizona politics. Also: What if government …
 
We are living in a strange version of Lord of the Flies. Ah, the sign of the times. How many more classified documents are floating around out there? Also, we're only 90 seconds from midnight according to the Doomsday Clock. Everyone panic, the sky is falling!!! The sarcasm is thick in this episode of The Gonzo Chronicles. #Biden #Pence #Trump #cla…
 
Last year's Super Bowl featured a who's who of celebrities hawking cryptocurrency and crypto platforms like FTX. In retrospect that looks like the boom before the bust. This year, crypto prices have tumbled and one of the most valued exchanges, FTX, collapsed in a cloud of alleged fraud and federal indictments. So is it all a scam? A pyramid scheme…
 
Hi #WITHpod listeners! We have a special bonus episode for you. In the “National Day of Racial Healing: An MSNBC Town Hall,” MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, Joy Reid and Trymaine Lee talk with activists, journalists, artists and experts to explore the harm racism has caused in our society, and to consider how we might heal from it. The program initially aired…
 
January 22nd marks the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark Supreme Court case that codified the right to an abortion. But this year on January 22nd, we’ll largely remember this anniversary as the one that wasn’t. For 49 years, Roe helped to allow people who could become pregnant decide what was best for them and their families, but on Jun…
 
Abortion rights voters are reshaping politics in the coming political season—starting with a special election to the Virginia State Senate. Also: the most important election of 2023 is for the open seat on the Wisconsin State Supreme Court. John Nichols explains. Also: Walmart is the biggest employer in America, and the Walton family, the children …
 
The history of lotteries spans over four millennia. The modern version of them arose out of a need for a form of more state funding that wouldn’t raise taxes. Jackpots have reached record levels in the past few years. And "Americans now spend more on lottery tickets every year than on cigarettes, coffee or smartphones," writes historian and author …
 
He died. The he didn't. Or maybe he did. Perhaps, he's still alive. Join Pepper Basham and Jaime Jo Wright as Smooches and Stabs podcast FINALLY returns with a stunning new episode about the life and death and maybe life again of the Count of Saint Germaine. It's a can't miss episode complete with bloopers and Jaime Jo saying "oh fudge". Because, w…
 
In 1947 a woman walking in the park discovered a body that had been brutally mutilated and severed in half. This body would quickly be determined to be Elizabeth Short. The case would later be referred to as the Black Dahlia. Listen to this 2-part episode to hear about the unsolved murder of Elizabeth Short. Sources: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/bl…
 
Last year, the LGBTQ community faced an onslaught of scrutiny and threats, from bills banning trans youth from participating in sports, to bans on gender-affirming care for trans youth. Towards the end of the year, another front for legislative and violent attacks emerged: drag shows. As drag reality competitions and drag brunches become increasing…
 
If you were planning a future coup, what could you learn from the failure of Trump’s efforts on January 6? Fintan O’Toole says it would need a better story – not attacking Congress, but “defending democracy.” He teaches at Princeton, and is the author most recently of We Don’t Know Ourselves: A Personal History of Modern Ireland. Also: Who’d want t…
 
Join as you help us celebrate our 250th #WITHpod! In our recent Mailbag episode, we asked you all to send over clips sharing why you listen to WITHpod, where you listen and or what’s your favorite ep. We loved hearing all of your submissions. Here’s a compilation that we put together for our special milestone. Thank you and cheers!…
 
The language that is used to talk about immigrants in America is something that really bothers Chris. A common and unproductive trope that’s heard in media is “a flood of immigrants to the border.” At the same time, there is a growing dependance at the foundational level on the labor of immigrants in the U.S. As natural disasters are happening with…
 
Guest Info/Bio: This week’s guest is part one with author/journalist, Tom Shroder. Tom Shroder has been an award-winning journalist, writer and editor for nearly 40 years. He is the author of Acid Test: LSD, Ecstasy and the Power to Heal (2014); a mind-altering account of the resurgent research into the medical use of psychedelic drugs, co-author o…
 
In 1992 Mario Amado went to Rosarito Beach, Mexico with his brother and their girlfriends. While he is there police are called on him for a domestic disturbance and he is arrested. Mario then mysteriously dies in jail and it is initially ruled a suicide. However, additional autopsies show that he was murdered. His death is still considered a myster…
 
Happy New Year. It's so good to be back with you.Often on At Liberty, we detail what is happening in the field of civil rights and public interest law, from an issue perspective. This week we're doing something a little different. We're highlighting the people behind that work, specifically the contributions of women and non-binary people to the mo…
 
Teaching Assistants and other grad student employees at the University of California won a historic victory in their strike last month. What does that mean for other universities and other union organizing campaigns? Nelson Lichtenstein joins the show to comment. Also this week, Andrew Bacevich talks about our “very long war” going back to the sixt…
 
“My argument is because [right wing authoritarianism] is the central struggle of the day, we need the most effective, principled and impactful progressive organizations that are seeking to challenge that,” says Maurice Mitchell, national director of the Working Families Party. Mitchell is also an activist and co-founder of Blackbird, an organizatio…
 
Brian and Elliot discuss their first ever game of 10 Candles and go over what went right, what went wrong, and how to make the next session even better. These things are true. The world is dark...and we are alive.This season on My First Dungeon we are delving deep into darkness in the tragic horror game 10 Candles. This isn’t a game about survival,…
 
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