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Small Town Murder

James Pietragallo, Jimmie Whisman

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Two comedians look at a small town, what makes it tick, and a murder that took place there. In depth research, horrible tragedy, and the hosts' comedic spin on the whole thing. New episodes every Thursday!!
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Welcome to the home of Small Town Dicks, where we take you behind the scenes of small town crime cases with the real detectives who investigated them. Hosts Yeardley Smith, twin detectives Dan and Dave, and forensic expert Paul Holes ask the essential questions and offer their own insights so the stories always hit close to home. All seasons are available for streaming. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Simple Stories in Spanish

Small Town Spanish Teacher

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Simple Stories in Spanish is a weekly production of the Small Town Spanish Teacher. Listen along as she tells easy to understand stories to help you learn or practice the Spanish language. Wherever you are in your language journey, Simple Stories will help propel you forward. You can find transcripts of the stories at smalltownspanishteacher.com. You can support the creation of these stories by buying me a coffee (or taco!) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/SpanishTeacher
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Murder 101

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In a small Tennessee town, a local serial killer was caught by the most unlikely investigators: A group of high school students, led by their teacher, Alex Campbell. Throughout the course of one school semester, the class pieced together a 30-year-old mystery and identified the killer behind at least six brutal murders. Shockingly, while the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations publicly agrees with their theory, no charges have been filed against the murderer. While some sleuthing students alr ...
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Love the paranormal but are tired of hearing the same Hollywood stories repeatedly? Welcome to the Small Town Tales podcast, where we discuss paranormal tales, haunting legends, and spiritual insights about the metaphysical world with experts and guests who walk all aspects of the field.www.clthomas.org
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Welcome to Small Town News, located at the intersection of hardcore journalism and jelly-filled comedy. Each episode we read articles from small town newspapers from around the United States and use them to inspire improv stories. We've got fireworks filled with rattlesnakes. We've got a parade of painfully bad accents. We've got no idea what states border Michigan. But no matter where the story ends, it's all 100% true. Promise. Check our sources. Seriously.
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Twice-monthly community updates for the small desert town of Night Vale, where every conspiracy theory is true. Turn on your radio and hide. Never listened before? It's an ongoing radio show. Start with the current episode, and you'll catch on in no time. Or, go right to Episode 1 if you wanna binge-listen.
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SMALL TOWN BIG MOUTHS PODCAST

Small Town Big Mouths Podcast

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🗣️ Unfiltered Tales from a Smallish Town 🏙️ 🎙️ Three Women, One Candid Podcast 🎧 🚀 Buckle Up for Laughs, Drama, and Realness! 😂🔥 📸 Tune in for a Rollercoaster Ride of Stories! 🎢 Follow us on our personal Instagram - Nikki @otsbartender, Amber @UnrulyAmber, Misty @Mz_Dolcezza Instagram @Small_Town_Big_Mouths Facebook @SmallTownBigMouths TikTok @SmallTownBigMouths
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Making sense of what’s happening in our society is complicated. From the perpetual virtue-signaling to the over-reliance on water bottles, small towns across the globe are facing serious challenges. The man-bun, mommy blogs, and people who consider figure skating a sport; they’re all egregiously wrong! So, if your typical day is stymied by self-checkout machines that always need an employee override or your inbox is flooded with way too many over-worded emails from your kid’s school, we can ...
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Paranormal, unexplainable, and uncanny stories aren't just in the fiction section. They happen every day, to people just like you. One Strange Thing brings you family-friendly stories from America's newspaper archives. And they all have something in common: an element that can't be explained by logic alone. Join us on our trek through small town U.S.A.'s oddities — and prepare to wonder what oddities are hiding in your hometown, too.
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An honest perspective and unfiltered conversations about life and success as a hairstylist in a small town salon. Host Casey Taylor peels back the misconceptions about the beauty industry and what life is actually like as a small town stylist who refuses to be held back by location, population size, or anyone else's limiting beliefs. Sometimes she's sassy, other times she's vulnerable, but she is always honest and not afraid to shake the industry up a little bit. Subscribe and listen to bett ...
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The big city small town podcast, hosted by Bob Rivard, is dedicated to telling the stories of San Antonians working to make the city a more sustainable, better educated, equitable and prosperous city. We want San Antonio to become a destination city for talented and creative people, and a city where young people born or raised here want to build their futures here. We embrace diversity, multiculturalism, and every individual’s right to realize their full potential without fear of oppression. ...
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Unwell, a Midwestern Gothic Mystery is a new audio drama from HartLife NFP. Releases every other week during season. Lillian Harper moves to the small town of Mt. Absalom, Ohio, to care for her estranged mother Dorothy after an injury. Living in the town's boarding house which has been run by her family for generations, she discovers conspiracies, ghosts, and a new family in the house's strange assortment of residents.
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Lakewood, N.J. was once a small, quaint resort town nestled away on the tip of Ocean County. Over the years its unprecedented growth resulted in it evolving into the largest hub of Torah Jewry as we know it today. Join Meir for fascinating conversations with individuals whom with great effort transformed Lakewood from just a small town… into Our Town!
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Catholic in a Small Town

Mac and Katherine Barron

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In this weekly podcast, Mac and Katherine, who are Catholic converts, talk about raising kids, Catholic issues, scouting, movies, books, games, podcasts and anything else that comes up. Mac and Katherine have been podcasting since 2006.
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Bellied Up

You Betcha Guy & Charlie Berens

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Belly up to the bar with Emmy winning comedian, Charlie Berens and Myles the You Betcha Guy. This podcast is truly a one of a kind comedy show. Every Thursday, Charlie and Myles belly up at a small town bar and take live callers from all over the Midwest and rest of the world. Whether you've got a problem that needs solving or something you wanna sell, we've got a spot for you at the bar. If you want to call-in and get on the show, follow us on Instagram and watch story for times to call htt ...
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Hold My Beer

The Mawenz Brothers

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A group of long time friends tackle the topics of the world with a little beer and a lot of sarcasm. Enjoy the small town perspective on the world’s happenings.
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Hot Money is back. In this series, Financial Times reporter Miles Johnson investigates a mysterious murder in a small town that leads to a web of drugs, money laundering and state-sponsored assassinations stretching from Dublin to Dubai. At the centre is a cocaine super cartel that is revolutionising the global drugs market. This eight-part investigative podcast, published twice-weekly, probes the links between criminals and legitimate businesses, and between governments and gangsters.
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On July 4, 1988, 16-year-old Shane Stewart and 18-year-old Sally McNelly went out for the night in the West Texas town of San Angelo. They watched the fireworks, stopped for burgers, and drove to the lake outside of town. They were never seen alive again. For 35 years, their murders have haunted their family and friends, and frustrated generations of investigators from the local police to the FBI. Hosts Rob D’Amico and Karen Jacobs take listeners behind the scenes of the cold case investigat ...
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Oklahoma Tea

whimsyfitmomof3

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Just an Oklahoma girl, living in a small town-obsessed with reality tv, celebrity gossip, social media trends and more! Join in for all the current run downs, tea spilling-real talk, laughs and fun!
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The Kawartha Small Business Podcast

The Kawartha Small Business Podcast

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Brian Rump and Matt Geraghty believe The Kawarthas can be the most thriving region in Canada for small businesses. This podcast is for small business owners by small business owners to have conversations that connect you to the community. Learn about new and existing businesses, share challenges, and have fun. We may have Kawarthas in our name, but you don't have to be from here to enjoy the show. We are relevant to any small business in any small town.
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It's a fake baseball game (an entire game) for sleeping or relaxation! No yelling, no loud commercials, just a sleepy small-town ballgame over an AM radio. ///// Produced by: Mr. King ///// WSLP Producers: Philip T. Hunter, Beth King, Corrbette Pasko ///// WSLP Jingle by Joshua Wayne Hensley /// Website: http://www.sleepbaseball.com ///// Fan Mail: northwoodsbaseball@gmail.com
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Ethics Town is a cosmic horror podcast about philosophical conundrums in a weird small town! We're not going to answer the big questions for you, but we are going to dance around them in a fun and theatrical manner! Listeners will follow January, a tired and wired Ethics local, and Artemis, a young girl lost in the woods, as they try to unravel what exactly is going on down in the town of Ethics now that the new mayor has taken office. Statistics and probability are exchanged for conspiracy ...
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Season four, "Back to Bardstown", is coming Tuesday, March 26. A puzzling web of victims and suspects now have more overlap than ever before. In season one, host Shay McAlister investigated five unsolved mysteries in Bardstown, Ky. This season, she takes us back to America's 'Most Beautiful Small Town' where shocking arrests and new developments in one case is linking victims and suspects from other cases in a way many only suspected, but never knew for sure.
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NO JUNK MAIL

James R. von Feldt

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Grampa Jim tells about what's going on in town this week. It's small-town drama with a bit of humor here and there. Sometimes re-telling the stories of when he was a boy in Washington state during World War 2. Check out Books on AMAZON: THE TRADING POST and KIDNAPPED, by James R. von Feldt.
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Living Well Together is a heartwarming and insightful podcast hosted by the dynamic duo – Dr. Terry and Lisa McCoskey. In this show, we dive into the vibrant tapestry of our small town community, bringing to the microphone a rich array of guests including civic leaders, athletes, business owners, service organization representatives, friends, patients and other wellness advocates. Each episode aims to strengthen the bonds of our community by sharing inspiring stories, discussing key local is ...
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Cover Up is a series of investigative stories that take us on a journey into a world of subterfuge and secrecy—a world where the truth is concealed under a blanket of lies. From corrupt individuals to clandestine institutions, Cover Up exposes deceit, deception, and the abuse of power. SEASON 4: The Anthrax Threat In the wake of 9/11, a series of letters laced with a deadly powder called anthrax appeared on the desks of prominent journalists and politicians in New York City and Washington D. ...
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Ryan Jennings ran from the horrors of Crayton 18 years ago. Now is is coming back to face his greatest fears and search for answers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The award winning short fiction podcast on village life - In no particular order. Three Corners is just your average small town. But like all small towns, scratch the surface, and you’ll be surprised at what you find underneath. In that sense Three Corners is really no different to any other small town I know, except perhaps, for some of the characters you might meet.
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Police get what is a far too common call: A grown man has snuck into the DMs of a child and is now soliciting sex. The perpetrator is quickly caught and swears he'll never do it again and in doing so, he escapes prosecution. Three years pass and Detective Jaime gets another call about an online predator - and it turns out to be the same suspect fol…
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"Shaping Tomorrow: Tim Steininger on Community Leadership and Service" In this episode of the Living Well Together podcast, join hosts Dr. Terry and Lisa as they sit down with Tim Steininger, a figure deeply embedded in the heart of Fairborn since 1986. Born in Canada and raised in the Chicago suburbs, Tim shares his unique journey from being adopt…
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This week, in Phillips, Wisconsin, it's someone who can best be compared to a mixture of BTK, Dahmer, Ted Bundy, and David Parker Ray (Toy Box Killer). His fantasies got out of control, so he attacked, tortured, murdered, and ate parts of his victims. He also argues with himself in different voices, and made a tape, that details all of the horrible…
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Liz is away so Rick and Evan substitute her woman's perspective with four women's perspectives! Can these guys understand their emails without relying on Liz as their interpreter? Also, grocery shopping with seniors, a quick overview of "The Notebook" (by Nicholas Sparks), and the worst ending to an episode in podcast history.…
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After almost three weeks, we regale you with wasabi accidents, low canine platelet counts, and an abundance of leaf-blowers. We’ve watched lots of stuff to various levels of enjoyment and Katherine reads a book about mothers that hits a hopeful (and emotional) note. Movies & TV: 3 Body Problem (Netflix) Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire Musica (Hulu) Fal…
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In this episode, Casey Taylor discusses common misconceptions about social media marketing as a small town stylist and provides strategies for attracting local clients. She emphasizes the importance of focusing on targeted clients rather than vanity metrics and highlights the value of platforms like Facebook and Google for reaching local audiences.…
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Have you ever turned down a chance to find love in front of the camera? Our new pal Tony did just that, opting out of reality show lights for real-life insights into the Central Valley's dating scene. Together, we're unpacking the good, the bad, and the hilariously awkward sides of modern relationships, from unexpected date proposals to the art of …
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Jon Ady is a paranormal enthusiast and artist. His first zine, the US of Illustration is forthcoming and he joins host Heather Moser to discuss his various encounters with the strange and unusual, as well as his artistic inspirations. Follow Jon on Instagram Heather at heather@smalltownmonsters.com Instagram: @small_town_monsters X: @SmlTownMonster…
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In this week's episode, Rachael talks about the decades-long mystery of the Lyon sisters, who disappeared from a local mall in Wheaton, Maryland in March of 1975. The case went cold for a whopping 38 years. Eventually, a man who was only 18-years-old at the time of the crime and who had involved himself in the investigation was found guilty of kidn…
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When we think of hauntings, we think of places that are old, Victorian homes, abandoned asylums, old schools and jails, old bricks, old dolls, you see where I am getting at. But this isn’t always the case is it. How many investigators out there found that their most extraordinary paranormal experiences came not from the popular tourist attractions …
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It’s 1958 and the Ginger Kid is transported to Ramsgate and Barnett’s emporium to purchase some magical black discs. 1. As Long As I’m Moving - Ruth Brown 2. Your Cash Ain’t Nothing But Trash - The Clovers 3. Smack Dab In The Middle - Amos Garrett, Doug Sahm, Gene Taylor Band 4. Back In The Night - Dr Feelgood (This month’s earworm) 5. Cruisin’ - G…
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This week we dive further into Twenty Years later, and discover a 20 year old voicemail left in the mist of mass chaos. We meet some new characters, and more facts from the cold case come to light. Where is Jasper? Who is the passport for? Follow along with us and tell us your theories. This discussion covers chapters 15-30. The Book Club you didn'…
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