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Those Conspiracy Guys is an Irish comedy podcast where we discuss all types and genres of conspiracy theories, paranormal happenings and true crime from Atlantean myths to Zapruder films; from ghosts and demons to alien abductions; from werewolves and vampires to CIA assassins and Russian spies. We have a big episode every two weeks, a True Crime show every other week and loads of other stuff every so often and you can head over to the website for details. Our aim is to cast a light into the ...
 
With the huge amount of content out there in the world at the moment, it can sometimes be daunting to choose a movie or TV show to enjoy from your giant Netflix queues and DVR boxes full to the brim with stuff you don't know if you can trust not to be a heap of muck. Maybe you only have one chance at a 2 hour chunk of time to watch a film this week. Or you want to get into spending a good few hours with a new TV show or computer game, but you aren't sure if you are making the right choice an ...
 
A live comedy talk show. The Gareth Stack Show Live is an occasional programme featuring writers, musicians and artists, interviewed, indulged, and provoked by Irish writer and comedian Gareth Stack. Guests have included David Turpin, Mongoose, Donal Foreman, Bobby Ahern (No Monster Club), Tom Rowley, Myles Manley, Andrew Philip Smith, Patrick O’Flaherty, Graham Tugwell, Caoimhe Lavelle, Jonah King, James Moran, Darragh McCausland, Siam Collective and Gordon Rochford.
 
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‘This is why I distrust anyone who is into musical theatre’ May 22, 2010, Costa Mesa California: police respond to a father's frantic911 call. Steve Herr tells them that he has just found a woman's body in his son Sam's apartment. Detectives identify the victim as 23 year old Julie Kibuishi and embark on finding her killer - but what they are about…
 
Mary Boyle was a six-year-old Irish girl who disappeared on the County Donegal-County Fermanagh border on 18 March 1977. To date, her disappearance is the longest missing child case in the Republic of Ireland. Julie Jay (@juliejaycomedy) chats to Katie Boyle (@katieboyle). If you have enjoyed this podcast we would love if you could take the time to…
 
TRUE CRIME - On this episode we talk about a famed sick video maker, self anointed master criminal and star of the Netflix documentary series "Don't F**k with Cats" Luka Magnotta. Comedian Danny O'Brien joins me to chat about Luka and his sick scheme to capture the imaginations of internet sleuths to help him realise a twisted fantasy to commit a v…
 
ANNOUNCEMENT - This is the season 8 announcement and this episode is split into two halves. The first 30 minutes is the most important part with all the information about the show; what happening with me; what happening with the podcast; what going to be happening with the episodes coming up and going forward; I also give info about the episodes up…
 
The death of Lauren Agee with Shane Daniel Byrne ‘So basically Julie that’s what we call a thirst pic’ Aaron Lilly, Hannah Palmer and Christopher Stout were camping with 21-year-old Lauren Agee at a cliff-side campsite on Center Hill Lake in DeKalb County. The next morning she was found dead in the lake. The DeKalb County Sheriff's Office ruled the…
 
INTERVIEW - On this episode I have great craic with Austin Fletcher from the hilarious and brilliant YouTube channel Fleccas Talks. Austin takes to the streets and interviews real people with real opinions; and gets into some scrapes in some of the scenes of violence and endless protests and marches that America has been subjected to (both sides) f…
 
DEEP DIVE - On this episode we discuss one of the most devastating domestic terrorist attacks on American soil, The Oklahoma City Bombing; the story of which involved white supremacist militia, secret government agents, ex-military operatives, and of course the deaths of 168 people. On 19th April 1995 a truck exploded in front of the Alfred P Murra…
 
‘Valerie’s standing there with a milk moustache and you’re like ‘it’s grand I’ll just get more milk’ Jeff Wheatley was a Coast Guard veteran looking to start a new life in California when he moved in with Drew Payett in early 2010. However within a few months he would meet what would go down as one of the most bizarre and brutal deaths Stockton pol…
 
‘I always remember that because my parents wouldn’t let me go to the Radiohead concert which was a crime in itself’ This week Fred is standing in for Sophie Shanley and we are chatting the murder of Karina Holmer. In 1995 Karina was a 19 year old Swedish girl who, having won 1500 dollars, decided to embark upon a journey to the States working as an…
 
TRUE CRIME - On this episode we talk about a behemoth of a man and one of the most famous serial killers ever; main subject in the TV series Mindhunter and known as The Co-Ed Killer, Ed Kemper. As with most of these cases Ed had a shoddy upbringing and was brought up in a single parent abusive home. His murderous predilections started to show early…
 
’We’ve all woken up under a My Little Pony Set and questioned our life choices’ Barbara Walsh, a mother of seven, was last seen by one of her daughters lying on a couch in the family home in Rusheenamanagh, near Carna, in the Connemara Gaeltacht in the early hours of June 22, 1985. Barbara was 34 at the time. Despite seemingly vanishing without a t…
 
INTERVIEW On this episode I chat with student of the occult and deep delver into the dark depths of popular culture Isaac Weishaupt. Isaac runs a podcast called 'Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture' as well as writing an armful of books and dozens and dozens of video on all these topics which can all be found on http://illuminatiwatcher.com H…
 
It was the last day of school for students in Phoenix, Arizona – May 17, 2001 and sisters Alissa and Sarah Turney were looking forward to their summer vacations. Alissa, 17, had just finished her junior year at Paradise Valley High School. Sarah, who was 12 years old at the time, was finishing her last day of 7th grade. Alissa was excited for summe…
 
Morgantown, West Virginia 2012: Rachel Shoaf, Shelia Eddy and Skylar Neese are highschool freshmen and your quintessential teen girl trio - fond of makeup, taking selfies, and driving around in cars. However, as the summer approaches a series of cryptic social media comments points to underlying tensions which will result in a savage confrontation …
 
SWAPCAST - On this Swapcast I join the lads from 'Straight Outta Lockdown' and chat about what its like having a head during this unprecedented time in modern history! Their podcast is hosted by Asa and Kieran and they chat with worldly folks about what life has been like under lockdown, how it measures up to the way it was before; and what the fut…
 
SWAPCAST - On this SwapCast episode with the boys from Monster Fuzz; the mighty redness himself Eamonn O'Neill and OG Wexfordian Rob Billington, we take a trip to the jungle for an adventure in darkest Africa, looking for the fabled 8 legged behemoth known as J'ba Fofi! From ancient and modern Congolese legend; the giant spider known as J'ba Fofi h…
 
DEEP DIVE - On this episode of Those Conspiracy Guys we tentatively crawl out from the beating heart of the world, to discuss one of the oldest and undoubtedly most mysterious indigenous North American tribes; who, in their myth and history, tell tales of other-worldy human progenitors; impossible scientific insight and even potentially hold the ea…
 
This week, Julie Jay and Sophie Shanley dicuss the 2016 death of Paige Doherty, a 15 year old girl who went missing in Clydebank, Scotland, on her way to her Saturday morning job. If you have enjoyed this podcast we would really appreciate if you could take the time to review us on itunes. Thank you so much for listening and stay safe out there, J …
 
In 1990 Pamela Smart was accused of conspiring with her teenage partner, then 15-year-old William "Billy" Flynn, and three of his friends to have her 24-year-old husband Greggory Smart killed in Derry, New Hampshire.[1] The case caused a media frenzy at the time, and continues to fascinate as Pamela maintains her innocence and insists her depiction…
 
The morning of January 7th, 1946, the city of Chicago Illinois is stunned when Jack Degnan wakes to find his 6 year old daughter Suzanne missing, her bedroom window ajar. A city-wide search begins but nobody is prepared for the horrors about to unfold. Luckily a man in apprehended for the crime, but did the police arrest the right guy? And how coul…
 
The Burger Chef murders occurred on the night of Friday November 17th, 1978. Four teenage employees went missing in what was initially thought to be a petty theft of cash. By Sunday their bodies had been discovered and police launched what would prove to be one of the more baffling crimes in the history of the state of Indiana.. While investigators…
 
On May 24th 2005, 18 year old Natalee Holloway was in the prime of her life as she and her high-school class embarked upon a graduation trip to the island of Aruba to mark the end of the school-year. The Alabama teen was scheduled to return home from Aruba on May 30th, 2005, but never appeared for her flight. Her disappearance quickly became a medi…
 
Judith Barsi was a rising Hollywood child star whose career was going from strength to strength, but nobody fully understood the terrible home life she was forced to endure, one which would end in catastrophic violence and a community horrified. Julie Jay talks to Fred Cooke. If you have enjoyed this podcast, please don't forget to download and/or …
 
SWAPCAST - On this episode I got to join Antony Rotunno on his show 'Glass Onion: On John Lennon' all about the life and times of enigmatic Beatle, John Lennon. We chatted about the more conspiratorial aspects of John's life, naturally, and got to chatting about Mark David Chapman; John's influence on politcal discourse; Yoko's influence over John …
 
INTERVIEW - This is a re-release of this interview back into the public after being exclusively Patreon since it was recorded; where I got to interview the Turquoise Truth-Teller himself and the original conspiracy guy, David Icke. He joined me to talk about a lot of the questions I had from our episode on him from earlier this year which you can l…
 
It was a Saturday morning when a local man out jogging on White Strand in Cahersiveen, Co Kerry, made the grisly discovery of the body of a baby boy. The date was April 14, 1984, and the infant was confirmed to be dead. He had been stabbed multiple times before he was put in a plastic bag and left on the beach, just outside Cahersiveen. What would …
 
TRUE CRIME - On this episode we talk about The Milwaukee Monster; a man who invented the term bag of dicks; and one of the most famous and depraved killers in history; Jeffrey Dahmer. Born into a relatively normal family, Jeffrey began his life work and graphic depravities at a young age. An attention seeker with an alcohol problem, Jeffrey wasn't …
 
New York City, December 22nd 1984. A 45-year-old white male, shoots four young black men on a downtown subway train after they surround him and ask for $5. A two week manhunt ensues, with many citizens championing this ‘Subway Vigilante’ for fighting back against what was at the time a crime epidemic. However as details of the incident emerge, a ci…
 
INTERVIEW - On this episode I chat with Bishop Larry Gaiters from Global Spiritual Revolution Radio on iHeart Radio about the greatest global cover-up in human history and a secret society that will have you questioning everything you think you know about black culture and how the world is constructed. We talk about Kobe Bryant and how his death co…
 
On Tuesday 16 October 1984, four-year-old Grégory Villemin was reported missing, then found dead in the Vologne river in the Vosges region of France with ropes tied around his hand and feet. What followed is a three-decade judicial saga that continues to captivate the public - a saga involving allegations of corruptions, revenge killings, family ri…
 
Sophie Toscan du Plantier was a French television producer who was tragically beaten to death outside her holiday home near Schull, County Cork, Ireland, on the night of 23 December 1996. Her brutal death left a local community reeling and attracted huge media interest at the time. Du Plantier's death remains unsolved. Journalist Ian Bailey has bee…
 
In the summer of 1968 the economically deprived area of Scotswood, a suburb of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, was horrified when the body of three year old Brian Howe was found dead on some local wasteland. Little did the community know the horrific truth that would emerge, changing the way children were viewed in the eyes of the criminal justice system fore…
 
INTERVIEW - On this episode of Those Conspiracy Guys I interview Steven Whybrow on his study of Natural Law and how that knowledge has led him on a crusade to abolish 5G and its potential to ruin the world as we know it. We talk about Satanism; the Dark Cabal; Coronavirus Propaganda and a wee bit about David Icke; we also talk about his venture to …
 
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