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We post our sermons in Podcast form each week for those who are traveling, shut-in, or those who want to revisit a particular sermon. While this is not meant to be a substitute for your presence on Sunday mornings, we hope that you enjoy this resource.
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This podcast creates a space for Hinsdaleans to hear the journeys and stories of entrepreneurs and their business here in Hinsdale, Illinois. Because I believe that sharing our stories allows us to have a stronger & more connected community.
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Calling all mystery lovers, true crime connoisseurs & supernatural enthusiasts. You have officially found your new favorite place for all things chilling with Avery After Dark hosted by Avery Ross. New episodes every week!
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Lights at Midnight Podcast

Emily & Chasity / Lights at Midnight Podcast

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Lights at Midnight is a Podcast hosted by two mediums that use their psychic abilities to pierce the veil between the physical world and the unseen. Tune in as they provide a glimpse through the looking glass of their unusual lives exploring the mysterious, and unexplained. As paranormal psychic medium, hosts Emily and Chasity investigate spine chilling supernatural experiences based on terrifying true events that occur in their own lives, as well as the ghostly tales told by special guests ...
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Between Big Oil and toxic chemicals, it's time we clean up our act! Just as the Vermont House passes S.25, a bill that would ban PFAS and other harmful “forever” chemicals from a slew of items including cosmetics, cookware, apparel, artificial turf, children’s products, and personal care products, it felt like a great time to hear from a national p…
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One of America's most beautiful haunted mansions & one of the nations most mysterious murder cases When Oil heir Ned Doheny and his friend & secretary Hugh Plunkett were shot to death in a guest bedroom of Ned's mansion in 1929, it was officially ruled a murder-suicide. Hugh supposedly shooting Ned over a scandalous business dispute. But many wonde…
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On this week’s episode of the Democracy Dispatch Podcast, I’m joined by our 2024 legislative intern, Cora Smith. We will have a conversation about her role and the interests that emerged while spending many hours reporting on committee discussions this year. Later, Cora takes the wheel as host for an interview with Kathy Beyer, Senior Vice Presiden…
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In 2001, the Van Landingham family moved into a charming home in Wynne, Arkansas. They were initially enchanted by its picturesque surroundings. The big house sat in a beautiful, peaceful neighborhood They were also surprised they were able to get the house for such a steal, it was priced on the lower end *red flag * But their joy soon gave way to …
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In this week's episode Chas and Em answer listener submitted questions! You do not want to miss the conversation style episode. Sit back, relax and stay spooky! If you have a spooky story to share please email us at lightsatmidnightpodcast@gmail.com we would love to hear from you! **If you would be so kind as to do so, please take a moment to leave…
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Kati Gallagher, Sustainable Communities Program Director at Vermont Natural Resources Council, and Catherine Dimitruk, executive director of Northwest Regional Planning Commission, join for a conversation about Act 250 reform and the proposed changes within H.687, a bill heading to the House floor this week. The two outline the bill's nexus with pl…
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There's something about being out on the road alone. You never know who you may run into... dead OR alive. Put the petal to the metal! In this very spooky episode, we are discussing 3 true ghostly tales from the road Firstly, the haunting stories of Resurrection Mary. Chicago's most infamous ghost. Secondly, 2 men had an supernatural experience on …
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In this week's episode Chas and Em give their opinions, intuitive impressions, and share knowledge related to the fakery in the paranormal community. They also cover some hot topics in the debunking community including their opinions on the Cody and Satori scandal. You do not want to miss the conversation style episode. Sit back, relax and stay spo…
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Senator Kesha Ram Hinsdale (D-Chittenden SE), chair of the Senate Committee on Economic Development, Housing, and General Affairs and Kristin Warner, Public Policy Manager at Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility discuss the roles of businesses in shaping policy, how businesses band together to stack a stand on climate protections, and the a…
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On August 23, 1987, Arkansas teenagers Kevin Ives & Don Henry set out for a hunting trip around midnight. The events of that night in the woods remain shrouded in mystery What is certain is that around 4 a.m., during a routine journey to Little Rock, a cargo train engineer looked ahead on the tracks in horror. He saw the 2 teens lying side by side …
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In this week's episode Chas and Em cover paranormal stories submitted by the viewers! They give their intuitive impressions, knowledge and advice related to each story, and also share some of their own experiences in this episode. If you have a spooky story to share please email us at lightsatmidnightpodcast@gmail.com we would love to hear from you…
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With the legislature on break for Town Meeting Day, it seemed like the opportune time to sit down with Lauren Hierl, executive director, Vermont Conservation Voters, to discuss the policy priorities outlined in the 2024 Environmental Common Agenda and provide a progress report on each. We update you on the latest surrounding Act 250, climate resili…
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On the coast of Florida, where land meets sea, stands the legendary St. Augustine Lighthouse. One of America's oldest & most haunted spots. It sits on rushing water which is believed to be a large conductor of paranormal activity From ghostly tales of past lighthouse keepers to 3 young spirits who like to play tricks on employees and guests, the pa…
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Democratic Burlington City Councilor Joan Shannon and Progressive State Representative Emma Mulvaney-Stanak, both vying to be Burlington’s next mayor, answer the same set of questions on Burlington’s existing climate efforts and their vision for the future. Senator Christopher Bray of Addison County talks about the advancement of S.213, the Flood S…
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1 night, 8 murders. The Villisca Axe Murders are one of the most notorious unsolved cases in American history. In June 1912, all eight people inside the Moore family's house in Villisca, Iowa were murdered by an axe-wielding assailant. The community was in shock, no one had ever heard of anything so heinous. Everyone in the small town became a susp…
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Ashley Moore and Conor Kennedy are the chiefs of staff for Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Baruth (D-Chittenden Central) and Speaker of the House Jill Krowinski (D-Burlington), respectively. The two provide a peek behind the podiums, if you will, sharing details of their roles, what led them to this work, how they spend their rare free time, and …
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Join Hosts Em and Chas as they take a look into the infamous haunted Hinsdale House! Tune in as they share their channeled information regarding the entities that lurk in the home as well as what is outside in the surrounding areas. You definitely do not want to miss this! **If you would be so kind as to do so, please take a moment to leave us a re…
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Happy Thursday, Detectives! Today I have a variety show for you. A little bit of everything. 3 different stories, all VERY mysterious... First up, a breaking case out of St. Louis, Missouri. Last month, 39 year old Dr. Sarah Sweeney was found dead at the home she shared with her fiancé Fire Captain Robert Daus. Shockingly, Robert Daus's previous fi…
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Marcie Gallagher, an environmental advocate with VPIRG, joins the podcast to discuss Vermont’s beverage container law known more commonly as the Bottle Bill. We unpack the history of the 50-year-old law, its importance, and the attempts and complexities surrounding modernizing it for today’s economy and consumer trends. Representative Julia Andrews…
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In the early 1970's, Clara and Phil Dandy thought they found their ideal country house in Hinsdale, New York. The 100-year-old home was surrounded by dense isolated woods and Clara initially felt the property was a dream... The first few weeks in the house were quite serene. But one day, they began to see strange translucent figures roaming around …
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Senator Ginny Lyons (D-Chittenden SE) and Representative Esme Cole (D-Hartford) are two trailblazing legislators on opposing ends of the age spectrum. They bridge wisdom and progress sharing their perspectives, their path to politics, experiences with ageism and misogyny, and priorities for the rest of this session. I also welcome back Representati…
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In this week’s episode Chas and Em sit down with Andrea to unveil what is haunting her and her home. This episode is pretty intense so you do not want to miss out on all the things that they uncover! **If you would be so kind as to do so, please take a moment to leave us a review of your thoughts on our podcast? Your support is key to spreading awa…
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In 1995, a woman who identified herself as 'Jennifer Fairgate' checked into the Oslo Plaza Hotel in Norway. 3 days later, a gunshot. Authorities entered her room to find Jennifer's lifeless body on the bed. With a gunshot wound to the head, it appeared to be a suicide What was found, rather not found, in Jennifers room only raised more questions th…
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On the this week’s episode of the Democracy Dispatch Podcast, I have a conversation with Senator Rebecca White (D-Windsor) and Representative Gabrielle Stebbins (D-Burlington), co-chairs of the Climate Solutions Caucus. They share their environmental priorities for the session, how their caucus operates and moves policies forward, their personal th…
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What happened to the Kansas City 3? The deaths of Clayton McGeeney, 36, David Harrington, 37, and Ricky Johnson, 38, have devastated and baffled the community in Kansas City, Missouri. Weeks after their bodies were found frozen in the backyard of their friends home, the circumstances surrounding their deaths are murkier than ever... Watch this podc…
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