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Welcome to IAAS PODCAST the podcast will bring you to know everything about #FamilIAAS in Unpad, it will give an information about our programs and also will give "Behind Story" about the real us!
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The goal of IAAS is to create mutual understanding among students in the field of agriculture across the world. In this truly global podcast, an IAAS member from one continent interviews a student from another continent. In this way, we hope to connect students and tell stories about ordinary life, ongoing projects and scientific discoveries. Tune in for IAAS!
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It's Alive...ALIVE!!!

IAA Horrorverse Network

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This is a true crime, paranormal, interstellar podcast, breaking down unbelievable stories that sound like they were ripped straight from the pages of a Hollywood script. This is a movie summary/review podcast with a twist! Do you love true crime but feel guilty being entertained by other people's gruesome deaths? Then this is the podcast for you!!! Slashers, Scifi, Gangsters, Heists and Spooky Ghosts, we dig deep into the characters stories and deliver it to you in a true crime documentary ...
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Ingram Micro Cloud Benelux presents a bi-weekly IaaS podcast. In this podcast you’ll get the best, latest, and hottest IaaS updates. In every episode we’ll take a deep dive in one specific infrastructure-as-a-service subject with the best experts in the business.
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I Am Athlete

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I Am Athlete is a media company focused on the intersection of business, entertainment , music, and sports. Founded by former NFL wide receiver Brandon Marshall and hosted with a rotating cast of special guests. IAA creates athlete-led content that resembles a “locker room”— a safe space for athletes and celebrities to tell their stories and have a voice while feeling comfortable amongst one another. All shows are unscripted and unfiltered, unraveling cultural discussions centered around spo ...
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From the creators of the #1 Cloud Computing podcast, "The Cloudcast" (@thecloudcastnet), comes Cloudcast Basics. Each season will teach you the basics of Cloud Computing, in an easy to learn format. Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely bring over 10 years of Cloud experience, and they can help anyone get up to speed on Cloud Computing quickly!
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"Expedient: The Podcast" is your gateway to the inner workings of technology and innovation, presented with unparalleled clarity and expertise. Each episode is an invitation to join the luminaries of Expedient along with special guests from the forefront of the tech industry. We delve into the latest advancements in cloud computing, the evolution of data centers, cybersecurity trends, and groundbreaking developments in AI and machine learning. This podcast strips away the complexity of the t ...
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Discussion with cloud computing industry leaders on topics including public, private and hybrid clouds and related technologies and services. Moderated by cloud computing expert Paul Burns, president of cloud research firm Neovise.
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Enterprises worldwide are turning to the cloud to help them thrive in an ever-more-competitive environment. In this podcast, veteran journalists Michael Hickins and Barbara Darrow chat with the people behind this massive digital transformation and the effects it has on their work and lives.
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I'm Anxious About is a humorous, conversational podcast about anxiety where two friends discuss their respective anxieties on a new topic each week, often devolving into long tangents and lots of laughter. I'm Anxious About is not a self-help podcast, but rather an honest conversation about what it's like to live with anxiety (and how to laugh at it).
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This week we talk the Met Gala, The Popes Exorcist, Abagail and look at some creepy news from the New York Post. If you enjoyed this, than come check out our Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/itsalivealivepod or follow us on all socials @alivealivepod & @aimeeroseiaa For just $5 a month you get our True Crime show "Real Monsters" along with our Hor…
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Tune in to our latest episode of the IAAS Podcast as we delve into the crucial role of women in ensuring food security worldwide. Join us as we celebrate the resilience, creativity, and impact of women in nourishing communities and driving progress towards a more food-secure world. Whether you're passionate about agriculture, gender equality, or si…
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Part 02 of 02 Theodore Robert Bundy was an American serial killer who kidnapped, raped, and murdered dozens of young women and girls during the 1970s and possibly earlier. After more than a decade of denials, he confessed to 30 murders committed in seven states between 1974 and 1978. His true victim total is unknown. If you enjoyed this episode the…
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The Sensible Entry Point for Your AI Implementation Research shows the biggest corporate concerns when it comes to implementing AI are exactly what you expect them to be: security, reliability, and ease of use. With the launch of AI CTRL, we’re addressing each of those head on with a suite of offerings that protect your proprietary data, give you d…
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Part 01 of 02 Theodore Robert Bundy was an American serial killer who kidnapped, raped, and murdered dozens of young women and girls during the 1970s and possibly earlier. After more than a decade of denials, he confessed to 30 murders committed in seven states between 1974 and 1978. His true victim total is unknown. If you enjoyed this episode the…
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In folklore, a Will-o'-the-wisp is an atmospheric ghost light seen by travellers at night, especially over bogs, swamps or marshes. The phenomenon is known in much of European folklore by a variety of names, including jack-o'-lantern, friar's lantern, and hinkypunk, and is said to mislead travellers by resembling a flickering lamp or lantern. If yo…
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A doppelgänger is a biologically unrelated look-alike, or a double, of a living person. In fiction and mythology, a doppelgänger is often portrayed as a ghostly or paranormal phenomenon and usually seen as a harbinger of bad luck. Other traditions and stories equate a doppelgänger with an evil twin. In modern times, the term twin stranger is occasi…
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Part 02 of 02 The Roswell incident is a collection of events and myths surrounding the 1947 crash of a United States Army Air Forces balloon near Roswell, New Mexico. Operated from the nearby Alamogordo Army Air Field and part of the top secret Project Mogul, the balloon was intended to detect Soviet nuclear tests. After metallic and rubber debris …
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Part 01 of 02 The Roswell incident is a collection of events and myths surrounding the 1947 crash of a United States Army Air Forces balloon near Roswell, New Mexico. Operated from the nearby Alamogordo Army Air Field and part of the top secret Project Mogul, the balloon was intended to detect Soviet nuclear tests. After metallic and rubber debris …
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In this episode of the Expedient podcast, AJ Kuftic and CEO Bryan Smith discuss the significant changes in VMware licensing due to Broadcom's new policies and their impact on edge computing. Smith explains the reduction from over 4000 VMware SKUs to fewer bundles, highlighting the shift towards subscription models and its implications for edge loca…
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This week we begin our journey into the mind of a serial killer unlike anything we've seen before, not a revenge killer or a vigalante, Dexter Morgan terrorized his own kind for decades, using a strict code for victim selection kiling only other killers who escape justice from the law all to quench his own thirst for blood If you enjoyed this, than…
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Stambovsky v. Ackley, 169 A.D.2d 254 (N.Y. App. Div. 1991), commonly known as the Ghostbusters ruling, is a case in the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, that held that a house, which the owner had previously advertised to the public as haunted by ghosts, legally was haunted for the purpose of an action for rescission brought by a subsequ…
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Catherine Flannagan (1829 – 3 March 1884) and Margaret Higgins (1843 – 3 March 1884) were Irish sisters who were convicted of poisoning and murdering one person in Liverpool, England, and suspected of four more deaths.[ If you enjoyed this episode then stick around for more, with our full length main show episodes dropping every Wednesday right her…
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Patreon Exclusive Special Real Monsters Highlights Travis Walton & The Warrens Discussion If you enjoyed this, than come check out our Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/itsalivealivepod or follow us on all socials @alivealivepod & @aimeeroseiaa For just $5 a month you get our True Crime show "Real Monsters" along with our Horrific History show "Pla…
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Annabelle is an allegedly-haunted Raggedy Ann doll, housed in the now closed occult museum of the paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. Annabelle was moved there after supposed hauntings in 1970. A character based on the doll is one of the antagonists that appear in The Conjuring Universe. If you enjoyed this episode then stick around fo…
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The Travis Walton incident was an alleged alien abduction of American forestry worker Travis Walton on November 5, 1975, while he was part of a logging crew in the Apache–Sitgreaves National Forests near Heber, Arizona. If you enjoyed this episode then stick around for more, with our full length main show episodes dropping every Wednesday right her…
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Patreon Exclusive Special Playing With Bones With Aimee Rose Ep 05 Revenant Burials If you enjoyed this, than come check out our Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/itsalivealivepod or follow us on all socials @alivealivepod & @aimeeroseiaa For just $5 a month you get our True Crime show "Real Monsters" along with our Horrific History show "Playing w…
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The Burke and Hare murders were a series of sixteen murders committed over a period of about ten months in 1828 in Edinburgh, Scotland. They were undertaken by William Burke and William Hare, who sold the corpses to Robert Knox for dissection at his anatomy lectures. If you enjoyed this episode then stick around for more, with our full length main …
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Mary Ann Cotton (née Robson; 31 October 1832 – 24 March 1873) was an English convicted murderer who was executed for poisoning her stepson. Despite her sole conviction for murder, she is believed to have been a serial killer who killed many others including 11 of her 13 children and three of her four husbands for their life insurance policies. Her …
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This week we update you on our war with TicTok, then we talk Evil Dead, Chucky, The Blair Witch and the possibility of a new serial killer roaming Austin, Texas, all this while showing our complete confusion and ignorance to how the US Government and policing in general really works, enjoy :) If you enjoyed this, than come check out our Patreon @ h…
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Catherine Monvoisin, or Montvoisin, née Deshayes, known as "La Voisin" (c. 1640 – 22 February 1680), was a French fortune teller, commissioned poisoner, and professional provider of alleged sorcery. She was the head of a network of fortune tellers in Paris providing poison, aphrodisiacs, abortion, purported magical services and the arranging of bla…
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Countess Elizabeth Báthory de Ecsed (7 August 1560 – 21 August 1614) was a Hungarian noblewoman and alleged serial killer from the Báthory family, who owned land in the Kingdom of Hungary (now Slovakia). Báthory and four of her servants were accused of torturing and killing hundreds of girls and women from 1590 to 1610. Her servants were put on tri…
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Patreon Exclusive Special New Real Monsters Ep 01 New Recipe Same Great Taste!!! This week we talk Crop Circles, La Viosin, Elizabeth Bathory & William Suff in the debut Episode of our new format!!! If you enjoyed this, than come check out our Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/itsalivealivepod or follow us on all socials @alivealivepod & @aimeerose…
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William Lester Suff (born Bill Lee Suff; August 20, 1950), also known as The Riverside Prostitute Killer and The Lake Elsinore Killer, is an American serial killer who was convicted of 12 murders but suspected in much more. If you enjoyed this episode then stick around for more, with our full length main show episodes dropping every Wednesday right…
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A crop circle, crop formation, or corn circle is a pattern created by flattening a crop,usually a cereal. The term was first coined in the early 1980s by Colin Andrews. Crop circles have been described as all falling "within the range of the sort of thing done in hoaxes" by Taner Edis, professor of physics at Truman State University. Although obscu…
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Quick Update this week!!!! If you enjoyed this, than come check out our Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/itsalivealivepod or follow us on all socials @alivealivepod & @aimeeroseiaa For just $5 a month you get our True Crime show "Real Monsters" along with our Horrific History show "Playing with Bones with Aimee Rose", along with ad free access to …
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Dennis Howard Marks was a Welsh drug smuggler and author who achieved notoriety as an international cannabis smuggler through high-profile court cases. At his peak he claimed to have been smuggling consignments of the drug as large as 30 tons and was connected with groups as diverse as the CIA, the IRA, MI6, and the Mafia. He was eventually charged…
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George Jacob Jung, nicknamed Boston George and El Americano, was an American drug trafficker and smuggler. He was a major figure in the United States cocaine trade during the 1970s and early '80s. Jung and his partner Carlos Lehder smuggled cocaine into the United States for the Colombian Medellín Cartel. Jung was sentenced to 60 years in prison in…
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Built high in the Rocky Mountains in 1907 The Overlook Hotel has played host to many a gastly act. This week Aimee Rose & The Doctor delve deep into the history of the mysterious hotel and the rumours of curses, ghosts, the Torrances and REDRUM!!! If you enjoyed this, than come check out our Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/itsalivealivepod or fol…
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Spontaneous human combustion (SHC) is the pseudoscientific concept of the spontaneous combustion of a living (or recently deceased) human body without an apparent external source of ignition. In addition to reported cases, descriptions of the alleged phenomenon appear in literature, and both types have been observed to share common characteristics …
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The Devil's Footprints was a phenomenon that occurred during February 1855 around the Exe Estuary in East and South Devon, England. After a heavy snowfall, trails of hoof-like marks appeared overnight in the snow covering a total distance of some 40 to 100 miles (60 to 160 km). The footprints were so called because some persons suggested that they …
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This week we talk OJ, Paranormal Investigation, new trailers and our battle with Tiktok!!! If you enjoyed this, than come check out our Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/itsalivealivepod or follow us on all socials @alivealivepod & @aimeeroseiaa For just $5 a month you get our True Crime show "Real Monsters" along with our Horrific History show "Pl…
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The Hart family murders was a murder–suicide which took place on March 26, 2018, in Mendocino County, California, United States. Jennifer Hart and her wife, Sarah Hart, murdered their six adopted children — Ciera (12), Abigail (14), Jeremiah (14), Devonte (15), Hannah (16), and Markis (19) — when Jennifer intentionally drove the family's sport util…
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The Troy axe murders were a familicide of seven individuals in Troy, Michigan, United States, in September 1964. William G. Gravlin (June 4, 1934 – March 1, 1994), a Royal Oak fireman, was convicted of slashing his cousin's wife in 1961 and was committed to the Pontiac State Hospital. After his release, Gravlin's wife asked for a divorce. Several d…
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BONUS EPISODE!!!!! LATE NIGHT WITH It's Alive...ALIVE!!! More of a drinking session chat between 2 Horror Podcasters and 3 Paranormal Investigators then an interview, this bonus show is loaded with information from the paranormal to spirituality and everything inbetween. The audio isnt the best because we had 2 mics to 5 people but what can you do?…
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Mother Shipton, was an English soothsayer and prophetess according to English folklore. She has sometimes been described as a witch and is associated with folklore involving the origin of the Rollright Stones of Oxfordshire, reportedly a king and his men transformed to stone after failing her test. If you enjoyed this episode then stick around for …
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50 Berkeley Square is a reportedly haunted townhouse on Berkeley Square in Mayfair, Central London. In the late 19th century it became known as one of the most haunted houses in London, with its attic room said to be haunted by the spirit of a young woman who had died by suicide there. If you enjoyed this episode then stick around for more, with ou…
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This week we talk new TCM and the Anti Christ!!! If you enjoyed this, than come check out our Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/itsalivealivepod or follow us on all socials @alivealivepod & @aimeeroseiaa For just $5 a month you get our True Crime show "Real Monsters" along with our Horrific History show "Playing with Bones with Aimee Rose", along w…
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[I-POD EPISODE 38: Indonesia Still Imports Rice, Thailand-Vietnam Already Exports] Hello #FamilIAAS!!! I-POD is back with a new theme, who's excited?! I-POD is back with the theme of youth innovation. At this time, we as the younger generation must pay attention to the issues that exist. One of the topics presented by I-POD this time is about Indon…
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A holy day for Christians, Easter is supposed to be a time for church, chocolate and easter egg hunts. But bank holidays also tend to see a rise in crime and the Easter holiday is no exception. These are just some of the crimes that happened at Easter. If you enjoyed this episode then stick around for more, with our full length main show episodes d…
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In this pivotal episode of "Expedient: The Podcast," we delve into the monumental changes rippling through the tech landscape following Broadcom's acquisition of VMware. Bringing together industry leaders and experts at the heart of this transformation, we offer a comprehensive analysis of how this shift will redefine cloud computing, data center d…
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The Easter Sunday Massacre occurred on Easter Sunday, March 30, 1975, when 41 year-old James U. Ruppert fatally shot eleven members of his own family in his mother's house at 635 Minor Avenue in Hamilton, Ohio. If you enjoyed this episode then stick around for more, with our full length main show episodes dropping every Wednesday right here!!! Foll…
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Built high in the Rocky Mountains in 1907 The Overlook Hotel has played host to many a gastly act. This week Aimee Rose & The Doctor delve deep into the history of the mysterious hotel and the rumours of curses, ghosts and MURDER!!! If you enjoyed this, than come check out our Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/itsalivealivepod or follow us on all s…
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A White Lady is a type of female ghost. She is typically dressed in a white dress or similar garment, reportedly seen in rural areas and associated with local legends of tragedy. White Lady legends are found in many countries around the world. Common to many of these legends is an accidental death, murder, or suicide, and the theme of loss, betraye…
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The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall is a ghost that reportedly haunts Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England. It became one of the most famous hauntings in the United Kingdom when photographers from Country Life magazine claimed to have captured its image. The "Brown Lady" is so named because of the brown brocade dress it is claimed she wears. If you enjoyed …
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This week we look at the creepy box office numbers for "Late Night With The Devil", positive early Winnie The Pooh reviews and talk of a new Chucky movie all this and Rogues sweet, sweet ass!!! If you enjoyed this, than come check out our Patreon @ https://www.patreon.com/itsalivealivepod or follow us on all socials @alivealivepod & @aimeeroseiaa F…
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