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Best Ray Auger podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Ray Auger podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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In Episode 149, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger head to New Castle, New Hampshire, in search of a stone-throwing devil that plagued the home of George Walton for three months back in 1682 according to multiple eye-witnesses. Rocks were tossed, as were pots, pans, and hammers. Windows were broken, and passers-by were pelted with stones. It nearly drove …
 
In the late 1990s, three Black transgender women in the Boston area were murdered and each case had a different outcome. After the third murder, an activist across the country in San Francisco became increasingly frustrated that the narrative about violence against transgender people was being controlled by the media outside the community. She star…
 
When Donna Matthews told friends and family about the abuse she suffered at the hands of her ex-boyfriend, Michael Gayan, they believed her. Donna was in fear for her life, and the lives of her family. But would a digital trail of hundreds of text messages tell the jury a different story? DV helplines by phone: US 1−800−799−7233 UK 0808 2000 247 Au…
 
In Episode 146, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger head to the Stratford, Connecticut, coast by the Stratford Point Lighthouse in search of a mermaid sighting that was reported in great detail by lighthouse keeper Theodore Judson in July of 1915. Mermaid fever had gripped the region decades earlier thanks to another local Connecticut guy name P.T. Barnum …
 
In Episode 145, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger stroll the beaches of Maine’s Vinalhaven Island in Penobscot Bay reminiscing about the circus, and exploring the history and wreck of the Royal Tar—one of New England’s worst maritime disasters. In October of 1836, 32 people perished along with a menagerie of animals from the Burgess and Dexter’s Zoologic…
 
In 1998, 39-year-old Lois Roberts disappeared from Nimbin, New South Wales and was later found murdered. Then in 2013, 24-year-old Monique Clubb vanished into thin air from Brisbane, Queensland and no sign of her has been found. These are just two missing and murdered indigenous women from Australia. They are 2 out of… who knows how many cases. We …
 
In the early 1970s, Rochester New York was rocked by the murders of three little girls. As the public and the police debated whether the deaths were connected, many noticed a strange coincidence. All three girls had double initials--CC, WW, and MM. Not only that, the towns they were found in also matched their initials. Coincidence or the work of a…
 
For over 30 years, a brutal double murder in rural Iowa went unsolved until the television show Cold Justice intervened. After the show’s investigators identified a suspect, the state took that person to trial. But was this prosecution a case of overwhelming evidence or a case of giving Cold Justice a satisfying ending? https://ilr.law.uiowa.edu/pr…
 
In the span of 6 months in 1994, three indigenous teenagers went missing in Northern British Columbia. All three would be found murdered. When a team of profilers looked at the cases and determined these three murders were possibly linked, the RCMP formed a task force that would change the way missing and murdered indigenous women cases were invest…
 
In Episode 139, while still under quarantine, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger introduce you to an episode from our vault: Razor Shins of Aroostook County, Maine. Logging camps used to tell of a Native American spirit with razors for shins who demanded an offering of alcohol from the greenhorns in the camp. Not making the offering can prove deadly. This…
 
Ray and Faye Copeland raised 6 children and ran their modest family farm for decades. After their children were grown, Ray needed help on the farm. He began hiring transient men from cities hours away from his property. And one by one the men went missing. Join me Thursday, April 16th at 8 eastern/7 central for a LIVE STREAM! Create an account on h…
 
In Episode 138, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger are going nowhere! We’re bummed that COVID-19 and quarantine has forced us to pause the production of our regular weekly podcast. But, we are planning to put out some kind of new content each week until we can get back out there exploring legends. We’d love your input and stories to help get us through th…
 
In Episode 136, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger walk the beaches of Wellfleet on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in search of the ghost of Goody Hallett. In 1717, the pirate ship Whydah sank in a rough storm off the coast of Wellfleet. Some say the ship was sunk as a result of a curse aimed toward the captain, Black Sam Bellamy, by the Witch Goody Hallett.…
 
In August 2019, Kaysera Stops Pretty Places left her aunt’s home in Hardin, Montana. Where she went and what she did remain unknown to her family. In fact, most of the facts of her case have been withheld or misreported by the agencies tasked with investigating. Though her family has many questions, the one they want answered the most is what happe…
 
In Episode 135, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger stroll up to Hearthside House in Lincoln, Rhode Island. Though many call this 1814 mansion the “house that love built,” it also has another nickname: Heartbreak House. After winning the lottery in 1810, Quaker Stephen Smith built this mansion for a girl he loved. The only problem? She didn’t want to live …
 
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