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Best Villisca podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Villisca podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Scott and Forrest have been called the 'Click and Clack of esoterica' by their listeners. Their mission is to take a look at legendary strange and unusual events from throughout history and interview people who've had close encounters with the unexplained. They strive to bring you everything that's entertaining about those stories and remind you that it's ok to laugh at scary stories sometimes. Put your headphones on, settle in for your commute and get ready to experience a show like nothing ...
 
Turn off the lights, get into bed and plug in your earphones. It's time for a creepy bedtime story. For the discerning horror fan, we cover the most chilling cases from around the world. From the paranormal to the supernatural, unsolved mysteries and strange deaths to cryptids, conspiracy theories and the most disturbing of true crimes, all told in a unique and creepy way. Join us every week for a new scary story. bedtime.stories@outlook.com
 
A podcast looking into crimes that made the headlines, starting in the Quad City area, and expanding throughout the Midwest. Podcast host and News 8 Executive Producer Toria Wilson, has dedicated her time into researching, and looking back at stories News 8 has reported on, on the murder cases that shocked us, and the missing person's cases that has left unanswered questions.
 
Lauren And Michael will meet you every friday for a new morbid spooky story about murder, ghosts, and the downright gruesome ways of the world! Here is our Facebook group which allows you access to the podcast links, gives you a further look into our stories, and offers up some teasers for future podcasts! https://www.facebook.com/groups/488522481766560/?ref=share
 
We are 2 girls who love talking about everything from religious cults to serial killers. We plan to tell the stories in the way that they were told and reported, in a fashion that's often funny, offensive, but always insanely intriguing. We hope you love it as much as we do. Take care of yourself and be sure to lock your doors.
 
Welcome to Crime Grinds, a podcast about true crime and our favorite caffeine... coffee! Join Gabby and Ryan as they dissect some of the craziest crime cases while enjoying their favorite cup of joe. Between Ryan's background in law enforcement and Gabby's expertise in all things true crime, we are certain this will satisfy your wicked obsession of crime as they uncover the stories of true villains. So sit back, relax and enjoy the show. Follow us on social media for more Crime Grinds conten ...
 
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While hundreds of urban legends surround Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Kentucky, there is also plenty of documented history. Some of the rumours may hold a grain of truth to them. In this episode, we shine a light on the history of Waverly Hills, a grim history tied to the disease tuberculosis. Become a Patron: bit.ly/morbidpatron Buy Us a Book: bit.…
 
Tucked away near the borders of Vermont and Massachusetts is a small area of land believed to be the focal point for a wide variety of unexplained and mysterious phenomena. It is a place of outstanding natural beauty, but also one of great danger. Join us this week, as we take a look at the mysteries of the Bennington Triangle. ABOUT THE PODCASTTur…
 
Many of us have seen all those ghost hunting shows on Cable Television and elsewhere. They usually feature an intrepid team of Paranormal Researchers trying to capture supernatural activity using electronic equipment like Night-vision cameras, audio recorders, and specially modified gear to aid in Instrumental Trans-Communication, or “ITC.” The evi…
 
Today we discuss Hurricane Katrina and the aftermath that left a city in ruin. Follow us on social: Instagram: @AmericanHauntingsPodcast Twitter: @AmerHauntsPod For a free month of Stitcher Premium, visit www.StitcherPremium.com and use promo code: HAUNTINGS Leave us a review in iTunes by clicking this link We have new shirts! Check them our at Ame…
 
Despite modern advances in communications and surveillance technology, human beings continue to vanish from society without leaving a trace. Often such disappearances are eventually explained, but this proves more difficult when the incident involves hundreds, or even thousands of people. Join us as we explore the disappearance of the Nanjing Batta…
 
For nearly a month, the boys who originally discovered the "Kera Object" continued to search for and experiment with it, almost like a wild animal they hoped to tame. The tale of their exploits with the bizarre item would be more comfortable to pass off as a childish prank if not for the corroboration of its existence by at least a couple of adults…
 
Back by popular request, Hallie discusses more toxic plants! Poisonous plants have been used throughout history for many purposes, including hunting, medicine, cosmetics, and of course, murder. In this episode we discuss several of the most poisonous plants with emphasis on those associated with murder and medicine. Become a Patron: bit.ly/morbidpa…
 
Some of the most extraordinary and interactive encounters with UFOs or anomalous objects are surprisingly the least well-known. And yet elements of the tale once heard could seem to be quite familiar. Tonight’s subject appears to be just one of those cases. Although there are variations in the details of the incident, the general narrative goes as …
 
Former NCAA star Rico Harris mysteriously vanishes in October of 2014 in Yolo County California while traveling long distance. Details of the investigation raise more questions than answers. That case after we "mole" over a silly skit, we make sure All Wings are Considered, and Joe tells a grim tale about a triple homicide in which the aggressor's …
 
In the final chapter of this special three part series, we pick up as John Robinson leaves his home in handcuffs but now its up to the police to find the evidence. We break down what they were able to find in two separate states, the challenges when it came to charging John Robinson as well as convicting him. Plus, we take a look at 'where are they…
 
New Orleans is a city that is known for being out of the ordinary. There are dozens and dozens of old, historic hotels, inns, and mansions that have been turned into bed and breakfasts and guest houses in the French Quarter, and all of them have the kind of atmosphere that you won’t find in any other city in America. Follow us on social: Instagram:…
 
Hey hey all, hope everyone is staying safe and staying inside. Jake is back again this week with another short peak into some Iowa paranormal. This time he's talking Sasquatch of the corn fed variety. Is there a legendary cryptid roaming the cornfields of Iowa or just a little hairy dude? Tune in and find out and also help answer, is it Bigfoots or…
 
After a long and successful piratical career in the Gulf of Mexico, the United States government finally, and firmly, requested the Laffite brothers leave Galveston Island forever. On May 7, 1821, Jean Laffite left without protest, but not before he had his men torch his Maison Rouge headquarters and all buildings within the settlement of his Campe…
 
There are a lot of things that define the spirit of New Orleans, from its music to its ghosts, but among the top things are its food and drinks. Sometimes the meals are so tempting and memorable that people can't seem to stay away, even after death. Follow us on social: Instagram: @AmericanHauntingsPodcast Twitter: @AmerHauntsPod For a free month o…
 
Some lost treasures are legendary because of what is hidden. Some are legendary because of who did the hiding. Both types of captivating tales are found in the book Coronado’s Children. Published in 1930 and written by Texas folklorist and author J. Frank Dobie, Coronado’s Children is an enthralling collection of stories about buried treasure, Old …
 
In December 1975, a light aircraft took off from a hotel in the west of Scotland, on a recreational flight. It did not return, and when evidence was eventually uncovered about the loss of both the plane and its pilot, there were more questions than answers. This week, we try to unravel the complexities surrounding the peculiar death of Peter Gibbs.…
 
For over two hundred years, the rural communities of the United Kingdom have fallen victim to attacks by mysterious feline intruders. As incidents involving these unidentified creatures continue to be reported, we examine the evidence and question whether there really are predators on the moors.ABOUT THE PODCASTTurn off the lights, get into bed and…
 
Razor blades hidden in candy apples. Needles in snicker bars. Cyanide in pixy stix. Some of these things never happen on Halloween. And some did. While poisoned Halloween candy may have started out as an urban legend, it’s prevalence has increasingly lead to copycat crimes. Join us as we celebrate Halfway to Halloween month with a discussion of poi…
 
1918 saw the end of World War One but also a pandemic that killed more soldiers than the fighting. It wasn't until 1997 that the lethal disease, sometimes called the Spanish Flu, was identified as Influenza. In this episode, we discuss the spread of the pandemic, the effects it caused and the virus itself. Become a Patron: bit.ly/morbidpatron Buy U…
 
We’re all sequestered in our respective locations these Strange Days, with many of us using teleconferencing applications to connect with co-workers, friends, and family. It’s a tool we use in our regular production of the podcast since we’ve been separated by a continent. But now we thought it was time to put it to even better use to check in with…
 
After we hear from the D3500 guys, Terry and Timothy, we conclude telling the story of Preston Tucker and his ambitious endeavor to produce his futuristic automobile. SEC investigations, over-zealous features additions, and a swing in the court of public opinion all were limiting factors to his plans. Listen in and you decide what you think killed …
 
In this week's episode, we dive into our favorite disaster and pandemic movies. Here's the list and where to find them: Contagion (2011, Hulu) Outbreak (1995, Netflix) The Stand (1994, Vudu) 28 Days Later (2002, Hulu) 28 Weeks Later (2007, Amazon) World War Z (2013, Hulu) Train To Busan (2016, Tubi, Vudu) REC 1-4 (2007-2014, Amazon) I Am Legend (20…
 
Astonishing Legends presents the premiere of Season 2 of our additional show, The Midnight Library. The remaining 12 episodes can be found, dropping weekly on Sundays, on The Midnight Library's own feed. Please find and subscribe to it wherever you get your podcasts! Welcome back, Dear Guests! - Goddess Tree, Witch Tree, Bearer of a Gift Tree; Toni…
 
On the outskirts of a small village in Eastern Europe, there lies a three-decade old mystery, which still disturbs the servicemen and women who were involved to their core. Why did the Bulgarian army spend two years excavating the foothills of the Balkan Mountains, only to hide all evidence of their activities? The answers lie buried, along with th…
 
In part 2 of this 3-part series, we pick up around the time John Robinson leaves prison in 1993. Over the next 7 years John would work his schemes under a number of different aliases, luring women locally and nationally into his web of lies and sex. Some would be able to walk away unscathed, others would never be seen or heard from again. We break …
 
In the summer of 1974, Dr. Barry Taff, a now a renowned parapsychologist, was working as a research associate in UCLA's parapsychology laboratory. He and an associate, Kerry Gaynor, were overheard discussing the paranormal in a local bookstore by woman in her mid-thirties, and she approached them with a story about her house being haunted. She didn…
 
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