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Award winning Indie Fictional Fantasy & Discussions around the African American Underground Culture.Explore the Fun, Fictional, Fantasy Folklore of the Dr. Apples Universe! At the age of 16 on his birthday, Dr. Apples ® mother was kidnapped by fairies and replaced with a doll. Each year on his birthday he receives a doll which has his mother’s essence. We are currently on the hunt towards finding her. Join us in finding his mother. This podcast features 4 MODES for you to enjoy: Folklore (fi ...
 
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Homicide Highway

Lacy Wilkinson, Harley Newell

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Welcome to Homicide Highway! My name is Lacy Wilkinson and I’m your host. In this show I will use my background to dive deep into every case in my path. Every case deserves to be told with the upmost respect to the victims involved and I will do my best to respect them. I often have guest hosts on to have conversations about cases, including family members and those close to the case. Come follow along as I dive into these cases in a deeper way than normal. If you have case suggestions, comm ...
 
I'm Lacye A. Brown. I'm the Spiritual healer who want to become the best version of themselves. This is a realistic, no-nonsense approach to Spiritual Development & Self- Help. I'm not here to sell you on instant gratification; I'm here to help you find and trust your inner self -that will lead you to the desires of your heart. I discuss various topics of the Spiritual Journey (i.e. true manifestation, shadow work, spirits, guides, cultures, etc.), lessons I learned the hard way, mindful med ...
 
Welcome to This Is Not Happening: an album of the month podcast with four massive music fans that have been talking and blogging about their favourite records for the last ten years together. An exiled Londoner in the North (Guy), a Leeds scriptwriter (David), ex-housemates in Leeds Joey and Nolan whose paths all crossed through music, be it festivals, DJing, gigs, or just sitting at home listening to entire albums without talking. Music is the bedrock of our friendship. The podcast name nod ...
 
1) Stay With Me - Sam Smith (Rainer & Grimm Rmx) 2) Good Kisser - Usher (Disclosure Rmx) 3) Frontin' - Pharell f. Jay-Z (Disclosure Rework) 4) Don't Wait - Mapei (Kingdom Rmx) 5) Funky Gang - Hazzaro (Original Mix) 6) Need Someone - Cleavage (Original Mix) 7) So Glamorous - Samuele Sartini f. Ultra Nate (Original Mix) 8) Wrong - My Digitial Enemy (Matt Smallwood Rmx) 9) Salute - Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano (Original Mix) 10)Hot Beats - Harry Romero (SikDuo Rmx) 11)Wildfire - Borgeous (Orig ...
 
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Join us for a Valentine's Day live stream, presented by Moment. We'll be joined by Jamie Loftus and we'll be serenaded by Carolyn Kendrick. It's a You're Wrong About Valentine's Day Variety Show. February 14th 5 PM Pacific, 8 PM Eastern, 9:30 PM Newfoundland Tickets are $10, or $15 if you want to stick around for a Q & A. https://www.moment.co/your…
 
Our first AOTM episode in 2023 finds us exploring Ab Soul's 'Herbert' in Part 1 and we focus on New Music for 'Spin It or Bin It' in Part 2. Part 1 | Album of the Month | Ab Soul | Herbert It's Nolan's choice this month and he's taking us to his spiritual home - Hip Hop with Ab Soul's late 2022 release, 'Herbert'. For once, we're all coming to this…
 
Extry! Extry! New podcast by Josie Duffy Rice! — In 1968, five Black girls escaped from the Alabama Industrial School for Negro Children, a so-called “reform school” outside of Montgomery, Alabama. These girls were not the first children to run away from the institution, which everyone called Mt. Meigs. Children tried to escape all the time, desper…
 
Long ago and oh so far away, Carolyn and Sarah fell in love with Karen Carpenter when they saw her drum. We examine her meteoric rise. CONTENT WARNING: Karen Carpenter died in 1983 of complications from an eating disorder. Most of our eating disorder discussion will take place in Part II, but we never quite get away from the topic here either. Plea…
 
On October 14, 1987, 18-month-old Jessica McClure fell down a well in Midland, Texas. This week, Sarah tells our survival correspondent, Blair Braverman, about the community that worked to rescue her, and the nation that watched. Here's where to find Blair: Website Twitter Small Game [book] Support us: Bonus Episodes on Patreon Donate on Paypal Buy…
 
It's that time of year again, we dust off David's secret scoring algorithm for the end of year review. This is the one we look forward to and we hope you enjoy it. This month, in Part 1 we run through our collective, This is Not Happening Top-10 albums. In Part 2 we all introduce our Track of the Year. Part 1 | 2022 This is Not Happening Top 10 Alb…
 
They’re winsome and soft and so fun to cuddle/ With one of Ty’s Beanie Babies, you could never go wrong/ But they were all born from a toxic puddle/ It really was capitalism all along. This week, Jamie Loftus tells us the story of the greatest toy fad of the 90s, and liberates us from our tiny plastic boxes. Here's where to find Jamie: Jamie's Webs…
 
Put on your Docksiders for a stroll through history with Avery Trufelman, who shows us how Ivy style became “preppy,” and how preppy fashion escaped the campus and took over the world. We’re talking about clothing, class, race, and the American dream: you may be through with the polo shirt, but the polo shirt isn’t through with you. Here's where to…
 
Guess who's back. Back again. TINH's back. Tell a friend. This month, in Part 1 we go deep on this month's Album of the Month by Sudan Archives. In Part 2 we play 'Spin It or Bin It', where we choose a theme and each bring our choice of tracks. This month the theme is 'Our own personal entrance music'. Part 1 | Album of the Month | Sudan Archives |…
 
How did Poltergeist get that PG rating? Podcast legend Karina Longworth, host of You Must Remember This, takes us on a wild ride through a century or so of Hollywood history, and shows us what’s been left on the cutting room floor. Here's where to find Karina: Website You Must Remember This Support us: Bonus Episodes on Patreon Donate on Paypal Buy…
 
This episode is sponsored by Atlantic School of Theology.Godly Play has become a well-known and well-loved approach to nurturing faith in children in many different contexts. But how did it begin? What does it aim to accomplish? And where might it be going next? Dave Csinos sits down with Godly Play founder Jerome Berryman to talk about all these t…
 
This episode is sponsored by Atlantic School of Theology.How can adults join children in making theological meaning? In this episode, Dr Tanya Marie Eustace Campen shares about her recent book Holy Work with Children: Making Meaning Together. She explains how children's ministry is rehearsal for the reign of God and how ministry leaders can encoura…
 
This episode is sponsored by Atlantic School of Theology.Dr Eser Kim discusses her recent research into identify formation and empowerment of young people in congregations. She explains why youth remain marginalized in churches, why racialized and immigrant young people experience a double marginalization, and what faith communities can do about it…
 
Our survival correspondent Blair Braverman is here to tell us the story of Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571, which crashed in the Andes on October 13, 1972. Of the 45 people on board, 16 ultimately lived. Their survival made them heroes, until the way they survived shocked the world. This week, a story of glaciers, peanuts, and friendship. Here's whe…
 
We're back again this month with our usual format. In Part 1 we go deep on Hot Chip's latest album, in Part 2 we play 'Spin It or Bin It', where we choose a theme and each bring our choice of tracks. This month the theme is 'Dance-Pop'. Part 1 | Album of the Month | Hot Chip | Freakout/Release It's Guy's choice this month and he chooses the one of …
 
“Abortion is healthcare and abortion is a human right. Abortion is racial justice. It’s economic justice. It’s at the intersection of every movement towards liberation. My abortion was a gift.” We asked you to share your abortion stories with us. Here they are. Contribute to the National Network of Abortion Funds here: https://abortionfunds.org/don…
 
Join us this week to hear Anika tell the story of the prison riot in New Mexico. The New Mexico State Penitentiary riot, which took place on February 2 and 3, 1980, at the Penitentiary of New Mexico south of Santa Fe, was the most violent prison riot in U.S. history. Inmates took complete control of the prison and twelve officers were taken hostage…
 
Why is it so hard to find the one thing you need? The Atlantic’s Amanda Mull is here to tell us the story of shopping, from the Silk Road to SHEIN hauls, and the story that emerges is one of workers turned against each other, and industrial byproducts reinvented as trends. Here's where to find Amanda: The Atlantic Twitter Support us: Bonus Episodes…
 
Support us: Bonus Episodes on Patreon Bonus Episodes on Apple Podcasts Donate on Paypal Buy cute merch Where else to find us: Sarah's other show, You Are Good [YWA co-founder] Mike's other show, Maintenance Phase Links: http://patreon.com/yourewrongabout http://apple.co/ywa https://www.teepublic.com/stores/youre-wrong-about https://www.paypal.com/p…
 
After a little summer break we're back! We get deep into our Album of the Month, Steve Lacy's Gemini Rights in Part 1. We dig a little deeper than most pods and make sure we've spent LOADS of time living with the album. In Part 2 we have one of the best 'Spin It or Bin It' that I can remember - we each bring a track and ask each other 'Spin It or B…
 
For 40 years after her husbands death Sarah Winchester began construction of a mansion to appease the spirits she felt responsible for. Sarah's late husband, William Winchester, was the hair to the Winchester Repeating arms Corporation and after his death the "blood money" went to Sarah. She felt tremendous guilt for profiting off of other peoples …
 
This week, Mike and Sarah reunite to hunt for serial killers, and try to figure out whether they’re really endangered. Digressions include crow funerals, Carrie Bradshaw, and how we feel about being called mom and dad. An extended cut of this episode is also available for Patreon supporters and Apple + Podcast subscribers. Here's where to find Mike…
 
You may: 1. Travel on the established trail 2. Take the Hastings Cutoff What is your choice? Chelsey Weber-Smith (American Hysteria) tells Sarah about the Donner Party. Here's where to find Chelsey: Website Twitter Support us: Bonus Episodes on Patreon Bonus Episodes on Apple Podcasts Donate on Paypal Buy cute merch Where else to find us: Sarah's o…
 
This week we’re taking the back roads with Rachel Monroe, who tells us how the most prolific serial killer in American history may have been something much more ordinary—and why we keep trying to make violent men seem much more powerful than they are. Digressions include Ann Rule, career burnout, and tires for serial killers. Here's where to find R…
 
Here’s some money, go see a Porn War. This week we’re going on a field trip to Times Square with Nona Willis Aronowitz, author of Bad Sex, to learn about Deep Throat, “porno chic,” and the unresolved feminist battle over whether to eradicate pornography or make more of it. Digressions include Carol Clover, this discovery of the clitoris, and Harry …
 
This week we are featuring a throwback episode from We're All Screwed following the guilty verdict of Fabian Gonzalez. RIP Sweet Angel Anika tells the story of young Victoria Martens. Victoria was an innocent child who was failed over and over by her mother. She continuously allowed people she hardly knew or didn't know at all around her child in o…
 
Paul Michael Stefani was more commonly known as the weepy voiced killer. This pathetic man used his Catholic upbringing to inspire his confessions to police after he finished his gruesome crimes. This episode does contain 911 calls that are not easy on the ear holes so BEWARE. After he was caught and convicted on what the prosecution knew they coul…
 
This week, Eric Michael Garcia tells Sarah about America’s barely forgotten pastime, plus the Supreme Court’s long history of horrifying decisions. Digressions include due process, The Evil Dead, and what Hitler admired about the United States. Here's where Eric: Website We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation Support us: Bonus Episodes …
 
This is a super quick message to let you know we'll be having a You're Wrong About West Coast mini tour in September. We'll be going to Portland on 9/16, Seattle (9/18), Los Angeles (9/20) and San Francisco (9/22). There will be music and guests, and if it goes well we may do more of these in more cities. I am letting you know in this quick announc…
 
This week Carmen and Sarah read the rest of Alice’s bitchin' diary, and ponder the truths that only lies can tell. Digressions include Pamela and Clarissa, sadistic switch hitters, and orange yeast rolls. You can hear Part 1 here and Part 3 here. Here's where to find Carmen: Website Support us: Bonus Episodes on Patreon Bonus Episodes on Apple Podc…
 
Sarah and Carmen complete their epic trilogy by meeting Rick Emerson on the edge of Mount Doom to discuss his book, Unmask Alice, and some of the story behind the diary that has captivated America—and informed its drug policy—for half a century. Digressions include multi-level marketing, Oceans Eleven, the Great Salt Lake. You can hear Part 1 here …
 
Our last Album of the Month (AOTM) was the beautiful 'Life on Earth' by Hurray for the Riff Raff. This month the This Is Not Happening crew tackle Kendrick Lamar's 'Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers' head on! We get stuck right into this challenging album in Part 1 of the pod. In Part 2, we play 'Spin It or Bin It?' where we judge the tracks that we've…
 
This week we’re dishing up a mouthwatering feast of history, gossip, and white collar crime. Guest Sarah Archer tells the tale of Martha Stewart, a girl from New Jersey who achieved world domination by letting us look at her basket collection. Digressions include prairie dresses, condensed soups, and how to tell if your tween is reading Sunset Maga…
 
This week, Sarah tries to solve the mystery of the Dyatlov Pass Incident, in which nine experienced ski hikers fled their shelter and ran into the frigid night for reasons unknown. Digressions include yetis, snowmobiles, and Rachel Monroe. Sarah miraculous does not sing Rilo Kiley’s “Portions for Foxes.” Some Notes: The New Yorker The BBC Cracked N…
 
Darlie Lynn Routier was a resident of a small Texas town when tragedy struck her family. As she lay sleeping an intruder broke into her home and stabbed her and her two sons. Darlie sustained minimal injuries compared to her sons. Evidence doesn't seem to be lining up with Darlie's story about what happened that night. Is she telling the truth? Is …
 
Last month we shared our thoughts on 'Dragon New Mountain I Believe In You' by Big Thief. This month This Is Not Happening stays in the broad genre of 'Indie' with Hurray for The Riff Raff's 'Life on Earth' which we get into a deep discussion about in Part 1. In Part 2, we play 'Spin It or Bin It?' where we judge the tracks that we've chosen for th…
 
Where did all these prisons come from? WBEZ’s Shannon Heffernan is here to give us part of the answer, which involves “small government” (of course), Lennie Briscoe (as always), the pink flowers of Alcatraz, and a prison sweepstakes that produced the actual worst song of the 80s. Two quick corrections via Shannon: "I said Illinois has potential pla…
 
This week we begin our journey into the totally true not at all made up diary that has been scaring America’s teens for fifty years. Digressions include Jell-O, magic mushrooms, and ironing your hair, and Sarah promises to trip with Carmen. “Button, Button” is by Richard Matheson. You can hear Part 2 here and Part 3 here. Here's where to find Carme…
 
Lacy is joined this week to discuss Richard Trenton Chase who was a serial killer, cannibal, and necrophile who killed six people in 1977 and 1978 in Sacramento, California. He was nicknamed The Vampire of Sacramento because he drank his victims' blood and cannibalized their remains. This case was one I came by looking for something different, and …
 
Madelyn "Maddie" Rae Clifton was a beautiful 8 year old little girl who lived in Jacksonville Florida. The people who know her describe her as the best of both worlds. A tomboy who liked playing football, a great sense of humor, and she also loved being girly. A young boy who is described as a funny and well liked young man was responsible for her …
 
We want to play a game. This week, Dana Schwartz stuffs us in an iron maiden and explains why the most famous Medieval torture devices are none of the above. Digressions include the Kings Cross Wax Museum, getting stabbed in the butt, and the pivot to video era. Links to stuff discussed within: 5 Of The Most Gruesome Medieval Torture Devices [Buzzf…
 
Last month we shared our thoughts on Small World by Metronomy, all 9 tracks and 35 minutes worth. This month This Is Not Happening ups the ante with 'Dragon, New Mountain ...', all 20 tracks and 80 minutes worth. In part 1, we deep dive into the density of Big Thief and Part 2 we play 'Spin It or Bin It?' where we judge the tracks that we've chosen…
 
Homicide Highway is joined this week by Harley Newell telling us the story of Arthur Shawcross. Shawcross was also known as the Genesee River Killer. He was active in New York from 1972-1989. Prior to these crimes he had a line of victims he left in his path that Harley will touch on also. This killer is particularly gruesome in how he treats his v…
 
How did the information superhighway get so gridlocked? Guest Anne Helen Petersen tells Sarah the story of how email took over the world and our working lives, and what it would mean for us to get a little of our lost time back. Plus, a Kurt Loder cameo. Here’s where to find Anne: Twitter Substack Support us: Bonus Episodes on Patreon Donate on Pay…
 
Nixzmary Brown was 7 years old when her life was cut short by the people who were supposed to help her thrive. A young girl who was failed by every single person in her life, and in the end had no justice. The people responsible may have been found guilty, but not a single person took responsibility in their part of her death. Rest in Peace sweet a…
 
Welcome to Homicide Highway. This weeks episode is a mashup with We’re all Screwed as Lacy adjusts to a new format of podcasting. Barney and Betty Hill were an American couple who claimed they were abducted by extraterrestrials in a rural portion of the state of New Hampshire from September 19 to 20, 1961. It was the first widely publicized report …
 
What do Chopin, Kylie Jenner, baby carrots, and the War of the Worlds all have in common? They’re all part of Sarah and Chelsey Weber-Smith’s speedrun through common misconceptions—plus a little Satanic Panic, as a treat. Here’s where to find Chelsey: Chelsey + American Hysteria Support us: Bonus Episodes on Patreon Donate on Paypal Buy cute merch …
 
Following last months's Album Club #1, This Is Not Happening returns to our traditional format. In part 1, we deep dive into an album that one of us has selected. In Part 2 we play 'Spin It or Bin It?' where we judge each others track selections of great new music from 2022. Part 1 - Album of the Month This month it's Guy's choice, Small World the …
 
Laci Mosley (Scam Goddess) tells Sarah about Linda Taylor and the origins of the Welfare Queen myth ("the build the wall" of the 70s). They also discuss the origins of the Ronald Reagan myth, and how the latter used the former to become the "Beyoncé of the GOP." Here’s where to find Laci: Laci on Twitter Laci's podcast Scam Goddess Support us: Bon…
 
Claire Brown and Anita Peebles sit down with Dave Csinos to talk about how families and churches can nurture the theological imaginations of young people. They tell the story behind their new book New Directions for Holy Questions and unpack all sorts of ways that families and faith communities can engage the ideas within it for the sake of forming…
 
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