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Gather round the campfire as Counselor Shawn and Counselor Chandler (and sometimes some guests) get together and talk about all things horror related. Do you have the guts to stay the night at Creepy Camp? Grab some snacks and get spooky with us! and always remember, don't go into the woods alone Intro music by: GentleBruce
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Thought Criminals

Conner Moore | Soulfire Productions

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Covering politics, culture, and current events with conversations that reach outside the approved narratives of corporate media and challenge partisan dogma with no restraint. If you're a Thought Criminal you're in the right place.
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HEALING HOE RADIO

High Frequency

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first we heal, then we whore ♡ this world is full of judgemental fucks, its time we created our own home so welcome to HEALING HOE RADIO :) Hosted by High Frequency, or Gigi -- whichever era u know me from -- cum indulge with me. Peace + Love (+ be ur best hoe self!) ♡
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the Line

Sofya Chibisguleva

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The Line is sometimes all there is to life. In this podcast about crossing we will talk to artists, writers, choreographers engaged in social practices that question the boundary between life, politics and contemporary art.
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Sensual Self with Ev'Yan Whitney

Ev'Yan Whitney, Sexuality Doula®

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Sensual Self (formerly The Sexually Liberated Woman) is a podcast that invites you to luxuriate in the pleasures of your body. Hosted by sexuality doula® Ev’Yan Whitney, you’ll be guided to slow down, tune in, heal, and feel the sensations and pleasures of your sensual body. Sensual Self explores the nuances of sensuality at the intersection of identity, sexuality, embodiment, and healing, and features conversations and practices to help you connect with your sensual self. Check out the guid ...
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Join Sarah an aspiring sex therapist & educator on her journey to help break the stigma around sex. Sex talks with Sarah takes an inclusive, positive, and pleasure focused approach on all topics regarding sex, sexuality, mental health, our relationships, and more! Sarah’s goal is to provide a safe space where we can all educate, empower, inspire one another. Encouraging self love through every episode. Let’s break the stigma together. To participate in polls, send in your questions and sex c ...
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Curious Fox

Effy Blue and Jacqueline Misla

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For those challenging the status quo in love, sex, and relationships. Effy Blue and Jacqueline Misla explore themes on these subjects through personal stories, interviews, and community discussions (and laugh a lot).
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Armin Miewes had been obsessed with cannibalism from a young age. After his father left the family when he was young, he became fascinated with the story of Hansel and Gretel and had thoughts of eating his classmates at 12 years old. He continued to have this obsession into adulthood, but when his mother died in 1999, he was completely free to dive…
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Even as a child, Albert Fish was a very strange individual. After his father died in 1875, his mom sent him to an orphanage, where he was frequently beaten, but he actually began to derive sexual pleasure from these beatings. At the age of 12, he engaged in a homosexual relationship with another boy, in which he was introduced to drinking urine and…
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Jeen and Sunny Han were two peas in a pod. When they went to school, teachers couldn’t tell them apart so Jeen had bangs while Sunny wore her hair long. After growing up in an abusive household as children, the two sisters would often argue and fight with each other. Despite all of their internal issues, the two sisters became co-valedictorians in …
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Clifton Bloomfield was always known as a bully. His parents forced him to undergo treatment for a schizophrenia diagnosis, but this didn’t stop his violent behavior. He stole a motorcycle and robbed a church, and in 1989, he and his sister went on a robbery spree in Phoenix. Clifton got 13 years in prison and his sister got 10. After being released…
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Marcus Wesson was someone who was extremely hungry for power. Since he was extremely inadequate in his outside life, he decided to create his own cult. However, the members of his “family” came from incestuous relationships with his daughters and nieces, fathering seven children, bringing the number of children in Wesson’s to 18 . He sheltered them…
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George Hassell was an alcoholic womanizer who had met, married and divorced several women. He also had a lengthy criminal record that included embezzlement and desertion from military service. In 1924, his brother died after being kicked in the head by a mule while working a field. George then married his brother’s widow, adopting her eight childre…
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What do you usually imagine when you think of the Bahamas? Probably loads of sun, beaches, resorts and overall relaxation. Well in the early 1970’s, this mostly peaceful nation was rocked by the gruesome murders of three American tourists. Ironically, the killer wasn’t from the Bahamas, either. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.c…
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On February 24, 2020 in Oak Park, Michigan, career criminal Kenyel Brown shot himself in the head in a backyard after being surrounded by police. He would die four days later, ending a two month long murder spree that left six people dead. After his death, the city as well as the entire state of Michigan was shocked to find out that this habitual o…
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The Grantham and Kesteven Hospital in Lincolnshire was a respected medical facility in the local community. But in 1991, very strange things started happening in Children’s Ward 4, as several code blues happened over a 60-day period. Four children had died during this time, and the hospital staff were flustered as to what the cause was. But, nobody…
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William Wickline had everything going for him. He had a loving family, good grades and he was on the school wrestling team. But suddenly his school performance suffered and he turned to a life of crime. From 1971-1984, he was arrested at least nine times for charges of burglary, drug dealing and running a prostitution ring. During this time, he dev…
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It was an extremely hot and humid day on August 9, 1987 in Philadelphia. 1631 North 19th Street was an area with numerous drug busts and several abandoned buildings, most with the doors and windows boarded up. The apartment complex at 1631 also looked abandoned, as several windows were broken and the front door was missing. Harrison Graham or “Mart…
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James Edward Pough’s life was falling apart at the seams. His new 1988 Pontiac Grand Am got repossessed less than 15 months later. His mother also died this year as well, causing him to spiral further into depression. He would often say that he had nothing to live for, and that he “would take someone with him when he leaves this world”. He was subj…
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Velma Barfield was a sweet, loving, God-fearing grandmother that was cherished by her community. But unbeknownst to most, her and her husband, Thomas Burke, were at odds again. Velma had recently gotten a hysterectomy and became addicted to her painkillers. Thomas started drinking heavily and the two constantly argued. On April 4, 1969, Thomas was …
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In 1974, Jack Unterweger was in prison for murder. However, during his prison stint, he became somewhat famous for writing poems, short stories and an autobiography, titled Purgatory or The Trip to Prison – Report of a Guilty Man. His autobiography would even become required reading in some schools. By 1985, several prominent figures in Austrian jo…
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On September 23, 1988 in Louisville, Kentucky, Melvin Ignatow recruited his ex-girlfriend, Mary Ann Shore, to help him kill his current girlfriend, Brenda Schafer. He had been carefully planning her murder for a while and now was the time to act. Melvin held Brenda at gunpoint before taking her to Shore’s house. He raped and tortured her for severa…
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Colin Ireland was a pretty unremarkable guy. Often a victim of bullying as a child, Colin Ireland turned to petty theft, burglary and blackmail. After a stint in juvenile detention, he became obsessed with survivalism, often wearing military gear and camping out in the woods. After getting divorced twice and losing his job at a homeless shelter due…
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People find themselves entering a consensually non-monogamous relationship (aka "The swinging lifestyle") in SO many different ways and for different reasons. One thing is almost universal though, at some point...the boys want a threesome. Finding a single, willing girl who wants nothing more than to join a married (or attached) couple simply for t…
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On December 1st, 1996, 27 year old Tracie Andrews was riding in the car with her 25 year old fiance Lee Harvey, after a night at the local pub. Suddenly, a black Ford Sierra started following them, forcing them off of the road. After they stopped, two men exited the car and confronted Lee as he also exited the car. The two men suddenly attacked Lee…
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Patrick Mackay’s life was filled with abuse, even before he was born, as his father would get drunk and assault his mother, kicking her in the stomach while he was in her womb. His father continued to abuse Patrick, causing him to lash out at his classmates. He became a bully, physically attacking other classmates and even small animals. After his …
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On March 8, 1954, Carl Marion Fisher returned home from his job to find his door locked. He immediately grew concerned as his wife Constance frequently suffered from anxiety and depression. He contacted her physician Richard Chasse and when he arrived, the two men broke down the door. They would not be ready for what they saw. --- Support this podc…
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Emani Moss was failed by a lot of the adults around her. After her birth, her mother surrendered parental rights to her and her four siblings due to her drug addiction. Emani ended up in the custody of her father, Eman. He then met Tiffany Moss, a preschool teacher, married her and moved in with her, having two children of their own. However, for s…
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Randall Woodfield was a talented football player who seemed to be on his way to long term success in the NFL. But his deep-seeded sexual urges were uncontrollable, even from middle school, but most times his coaches would conceal the incidents to save his football career. While playing football for Portland State University, he was arrested multipl…
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The Lainz General Hospital in Vienna, Austria was a place where death was common. Especially the Pavilion 5 area, normally reserved for terminally ill patients in their seventies. In 1983, 24 year old Waltraud Wagner was a nurse’s aide at the hospital, when a 77 year old asked her to end her suffering. Wagner hesitated, but she granted the lady’s w…
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Even at an early age, Craig Price’s life was filled with nothing but violence. At the age of 9, he started having disturbing thoughts about death and murder. He then joined a gang of juveniles and built up a rap sheet with charges of breaking and entering, robbery, stalking, drug use, and assault. On July 27, 1987, at the age of 13, he broke into t…
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On June 3, 1981 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, police received a phone call from a man with a whiny, high-pitched voice, saying, “God damn, will you find me? I just stabbed somebody with an ice pick. I can't stop myself. I keep killing somebody." Later, police found a woman dead in a field, with over 60 stab wounds. The caller’s voice was so unique tha…
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Anthony Arkwright was someone who knew nothing but rejection from an early age, as his mother abandoned him and his five siblings. He spent a lot of time in children’s homes, drifting into criminality after being expelled from school. By the age of 21, he was fired from his job for poor attendance and a bad attitude. This firing was the catalyst fo…
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The swinging lifestyle is fraught with pitfalls and challenges for the strongest of relationships, but one of the biggest challenges (and fears) couples face is the emotional connection that can occur as these relationships deepen. We were joined by Scott & April from Naughty Gym to wade into these dangerous waters for relationships and some of the…
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Almost nothing is more shocking than opening an email or text message and seeing the stunning visage of someone's glorious phallus throbbing in all of it's majesty...especially when you didn't ask for it. What's the origin of the d!ck pic? Why do guys keep sending them? Is it easier or harder on people who actually get paid to look at them? (Pardon…
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Karol Kot was a pretty normal kid growing up in Poland, with a normal life and a normal family. But, one summer holiday, his family took a trip down south, where Karol would stumble upon the slaughterhouse. Seeing the graphic deaths of animals firsthand, he became fascinated with blood and the concept of death. He also began to collect knives, whic…
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"Content Creators" are absolutely everywhere these days. The onset of personal content platforms has changed everything from the workplace to social media, right down to subcultures like the ethically non-monogamous lifestyle. In this return to form, Mickey & Mallory dig into the idea that content creators have irreparably and permanently changed t…
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Samuel Little was a career criminal who had spent his life in and out of jail. At the young age of 13, he was already stealing and breaking into homes. As he matured, he developed a strange obsession with strangling women, and he ultimately gave in to his urges. In 2014, at the age of 74, he was arrested after DNA connected him to the murders of 3 …
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In the mid 1970’s, Roch Theriault convinced a group of people to leave their jobs and homes to join him in a religious movement. He prohibited the group from remaining in contact with their families and with the Seventh-day Adventist Church, as this was against his cult's values of freedom. Thériault made the commune build their town while he relax…
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Anu Singh was a very mentally disturbed woman. She would constantly complain that she was fat even though she barely weighed over 100 pounds. She began complaining of aching legs, hot flashes and other pains in her body. Her parents were becoming increasingly concerned about her mental health, and her boyfriend Joe Cinque recommended a drug Ipecac,…
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On September 2, 1998 in Poughkeepsie, New York, the green house at 99 Fulton Avenue, which belonged to McKinley and Paulette Francois, was just like any other house on the block, although it looked slightly run down.But, everyone in the neighborhood knew about the house, especially the awful smell permeating from it. As police got a tip from Christ…
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Everyone around Jennifer San Marco knew she had mental health issues. In 2000, she had to be wheeled out of her post office job by police after she was found hiding under a mail-sorting machine. In 2004 San Marco's car broke down in Grants, New Mexico, where she ultimately chose to stay. There, she earned a reputation for her strange behavior, whic…
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On June 14, 2015 in Greene County, Missouri, police found the body of Clauddine "Dee Dee" Blanchard lying on the bed in a pool of blood from 17 stab wounds to the back and neck. There was no sign of her 23 year old daughter, Gypsy Rose, who apparently had chronic conditions including leukemia, asthma, and muscular dystrophy with "mental capacity of…
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Peter Bryan’s mental issues seemed to take control of his life. In 1994, he was admitted to Rampton Secure Hospital after admitting to the murder of 21 year old store assistant Nisha Sheth, who he beat to death with a claw hammer. By 2004, officials at the hospital were satisfied with Peter’s progress and they moved him to Newham General Hospital, …
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From an early age, it was pretty clear that Richard Chase wasn’t a normal kid. By the time he was 5, he had an obsession with killing animals and drinking their blood. His heavy drug and alcohol use combined with his numerous mental health issues caused him to develop hypochondria. While hospitalized, Chase frequently complained of his heart occasi…
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Wolfgang Abel and Marco Furlan both came from privileged backgrounds, living in the upper echelon communities of their respective countries. Wolfgang was the son of the manager of a prestigious German insurance company, and Marco was the son of a police officer. When they both met in high school, they both agreed that they would rid the world of th…
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