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In part eight of our series on MK-Ultra, we are going elbow deep into Gen Pop in cell block WTF with the MK-Ultra prison experiments. Not to be confused with the infamous Stanford Prison Experiment. Those involved in the MK-Ultra project dosed prisoners without their knowledge or consent, including notorious mobster, Whitey Bulger. [FOLLOW US ON SO…
 
In part seven of our series on MK-Ultra, we bring you The Men Who Stare at Stranger Things on Shutter Island. Both films, The Men Who Stare At Goats and Shutter Island as well as the hit Netflix series Stranger Things all take based-on-true-event elements related to MK-Ultra and weave them into their story lines in varying ways, including: Project …
 
In part six of our series on MK-Ultra, we take you into the mind of Dr. Louis Jolyon 'Jolly' West. “Louis Jolyon "Jolly" West was an American psychiatrist whose work focused particularly on cases where subjects were taken to the limits of human experience. West was deeply involved in Korean War-era CIA brainwashing experiments, the Agency's notorio…
 
In this episode of Side Crime, the hosts of Even the Podcast is Afraid discuss several weird stories that have recently been in the news, including: a Canadian man who gets arrested for flying helicopter to Dairy Queen, an Alabama woman goes swimming in a 70 foot water tank, a man decides to put an eel up his butt, a vigilante superhero searching f…
 
In part five of our series on MK-Ultra, we discuss Timothy Leary's unusual and wild life that was soaked with LSD, as he was one of the biggest LSD gurus. His life was strange and eccentric, from Harvard LSD Experiments to possibly helping create the Unabomber, but nothing about his days above ground can be matched by his death and adventures in th…
 
In part four of our series on MK-Ultra, we discuss Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, a chemist and spymaster for the CIA and one of the biggest baddies of the whole MK-Ultra project. Occasionally referred to as The Poisoner In Chief, he was a sinister progenitor of the unethical, illegal and immoral clandestine operation. Plus, we look into whether or not Frank…
 
In part three of our series on MK-Ultra, we discuss The Merry Pranksters, comrades and followers of American author Ken Kesey in 1964. Who lived communally at Kesey's homes in California and Oregon, and are noted for the sociological significance of a lengthy road trip they took in the summer of 1964, traveling across the United States in a psyched…
 
In part two of our series on MK-Ultra, we discuss 'The Grateful Dead'. Who are known for their iconic Steal Your Face logo, their equally iconic music and their diehard fans, but their start is actually somewhat linked to MK-Ultra. From underground LSD King, Augustus Owsley Stanley III, to LSD drug studies at Stanford University, aka Project MK-Ult…
 
Project MK-Ultra was the code name given to a program of experiments on human subjects that were designed and undertaken by the CIA some of which were illegal. These experiments on humans were intended to develop procedures and identify drugs such as LSD to be used in interrogations in order to weaken the individual and force confessions through br…
 
In this episode of Side Crime, the hosts of Even the Podcast is Afraid discuss several weird stories that have recently been in the news, including: a Canadian park has been named 'Glory Hole Park', a prison guard smuggles drugs in Rice Krispies treats, a man overreacted over chicken nuggets at McDonald's by threating to blow the place up, drunk wo…
 
In part two of our series on the Yosemite Park killer, we of course finish out the story of Steven Stayner, Timothy White, and Kenneth Parnell from part one, but we officially dive into the Yosemite Serial Killer, Cary Stayner. The murders took place in 1999 and came to be known as the Yosemite Park Murders, a series of killings which took place ov…
 
The Yosemite Serial Killer, is the story of two brothers: one who suffered sexual abuse at the hands of a pedophile for years and one who later became a murderer and pedophile. This is the story of Steven and Cary Stayner; one who became a victim and a hero and the other who became a predatory monster. And the scene where the horror begins and ends…
 
Episode Notes In this episode of Last Year's Horror, we're talking about the 2020 documentary, Scream, Queen! My Nightmare On Elm Street. It was directed by Roman Chimienti and Tyler Jensen, with voiceover work written by Michael Beard, Clint Catalyst, and Leo Herrera. The film follows actor Mark Patton’s journey from his time as a young, closeted …
 
In this episode of Side Crime, the hosts of Even the Podcast is Afraid discuss several weird stories that have recently been in the news, including: the suicide of John McAfee in a Spanish prison, man swallowed by a humpback whale, retired nun steals over $800,000 dollars from a school, man threatens to kill everyone at a McDonald's over a Happy Me…
 
In part three & final episode of our series on the Mason Family, we look into the LAPD's facepalming idiocy examinations & their crime scene contamination of the Tate murders. Plus we discuss the meaning of Helter Skelter, the breakdowns of possible theories for the murders, a where are they now segment, and more. [FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA] TWITTE…
 
Episode Notes In this episode of Last Year's Horror, we're so excited to be joined by writer and director Adam Mason! Adam is the director of more than a dozen feature length films, most recently 2020’s pandemic sci-fi thriller, Songbird. Adam began his career in horror, and in 2019 directed one of our favorite recent horror movies, I’m Just Fcking…
 
In part two of our series on the Manson Family, we continue with Beausoleil in the act of roughing up Hinman over supposed money he had acquired, with Manson cutting off Hinman's ear and cheek, leaving Beausoleil and the two female accomplices in a panic. What happened to Hinman? Plus we look into Bobby Beausoleil's life leading up to him joining t…
 
In part one of our series on the Manson Family, we began our dive into one of the most familiar names and faces in the realm of true crime is that of Charles Manson, or you can call him Charlie. He has become iconic, and has forever solidified his place in infamy, mainly for being a crazy cult leader who had others kill directly for him. As he lead…
 
Episode Notes In this episode of Last Year's Horror, we're talking about the 2020 Vince Vaughn acting showcase / teen slasher horror comedy, FREAKY. Freaky was written by Michael Kennedy and Christopher Landon and directed by Christopher Landon. It stars the aforementioned Vince Vaughn as well as Kathryn Newton. The plot revolves around the Freaky …
 
In this episode of Side Crime, the hosts of Even the Podcast is Afraid discuss several weird stories that have recently been in the news, including: the man who showed up to court with the name Buttf**ker 3000, the body of missing man found inside dinosaur statue in Spain, Aliens are coming Alberta RCMP 911 dispatchers fielding calls about aliens, …
 
In part three, the final episode in our series on the Men in Black, John Keel would go on to form even more conclusions on aliens and the Men in Black, even comparing them to the bible, forming his own Ancient Aliens theory, along with Starseeds, and Doom. As we move into the 1960s through the 1980s with the supposed targeting of individuals from t…
 
Episode Notes In this episode of Last Year's Horror, Ben is joined by former 9/11 truther turned conspiracy theory debunker Stephanie Kemmerer to ask the burning question on everyone’s mind: is 1986’s Jim Henson directed dark fantasy classic Labyrinth part of a vast conspiracy to confirm the truth behind QAnon’s wildest accusations of child-eating …
 
In part two of our series on the Men in Black, we start from the beginning! as we all know, that aliens came to earth long ago and created civilization, right? And they left all these clues about this, but now if someone sees a UFO, it's important that no one talk about what they've seen, because that's what makes the most sense, right? We finally …
 
In part one of our series on the Men in Black, we breakdown our main cast of characters for this series, as well as some acronyms, terms, and definitions, that we will discuss throughout this entire series: UFOS, Uncanny Valley, Close Encounters and more. As most of these topics all overlap with the main topic of MIBs, and most of what we are going…
 
Episode Notes In this episode of Last Year's Horror, we're talking about 2020’s The Lodge! The Lodge was directed by Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz and stars none other than Elvis Presley’s granddaughter, Riley Keough, alongside brilliant child actors Jaeden Martell and Lia McHugh. This winter horror story revolves around a woman stuck in a seclu…
 
In this episode of Side Crime, the hosts of Even the Podcast is Afraid discuss several true crime & weird stories that have recently been in the news, including: Italian man skips work for 15 years, Florida woman spots baby dinosaur on camera running though her backyard, Sasquatch kills pot farmers documentary on Hulu, beaver chews through wire in …
 
In part three & final episode of Giant Humanoids, Gigantism could defiantly be the cause for folklore and fairytales about giants from our past, especially when you look at the mounds of natives, an Egyptian pharaoh, and the Giants of Seville. Even going back to the giants in the British Isles, as most of these giants were around the size, for some…
 
Episode Notes In this Episode of Last Year's Horror, we're joined by award winning horror author, John Langan. John has published two novels and four short story collections, with another on the way. His 2016 novel, The Fisherman, won the Bram Stoker Award for superior achievement in a novel and the This Is Horror award for novel of the year. His l…
 
In part two of Giant Humanoids, the Spanish and other worldly explorers have all in some way reported giant Native Americans or just Giant Humanoids in there adventures, it comes at no surprise that the Natives themselves have also told stories of interacting with giants within their folklore. Which means these Spanish explorers accounts could poss…
 
Giants appear in the folklore of cultures worldwide as they represent a relatively simple concept, as giants evoke terror and remind humans of their body's frailty and mortality. Often being portrayed as monsters and antagonists, with the exceptions of some who intermingle with humans in a friendly way and even become part of human families with th…
 
Episode Notes In this episode of Last Year's Horror, we're joined by our friend TJ Stokes to discuss the controversial political satire / horror / action thriller THE HUNT, which created an uproar just with a few key words ripped from the social media lexicon. What a bunch of deplorable snowflakes, right? Get cucked! That’s a thing, right? The Hunt…
 
The Harpe brothers lived the lives of highwaymen, also engaging in river piracy and serial killing. The legend of their atrocities survives as one of the most disturbing accounts of blood-lust in Tennessee history. Loyal to the British Crown during the American Revolution, the Harpes became outlaws after the war and began robbing and killing settle…
 
In this episode of Side Crime, the hosts of Even the Podcast is Afraid discuss several true crime & weird stories that have recently been in the news, including: a half eaten sausage solved 9 year old German burglary, Bay area woman stowaway gets arrested for the 22nd time, St. Louis man assaulted nephew for trying to steal his Netflix password, a …
 
Episode Notes In this first “mini episode” of Last Year's Horror, Ben is joined by Jared Ordis of Even the Podcast is Afraid and Southern Oddities as well as frequent guest Marty Allocco to talk about the 1987 classic horror comedy The Monster Squad! Directed by Fred Dekker and written by Dekker and Shane Black, the movie features all your favorite…
 
In the final episode of the Dinosaur Cult series, Essentially, Hovind converted the backyard of his home...into a theme park, improvising an entrance....and refusing to file the proper zoning permit requests with Escambia County. Hovind was charged on Sept. 13, 2002, for failure to observe county zoning regulations, the charge is a 2nd degree misde…
 
In part one of the Dinosaur Cult, we dive into the leader Kent Hovind, the founder of Creation Science Evangelism (CSE). A world where dinosaurs coexisted with man; a world in which all living things were created out of thin air by a mysterious man who lives in the sky. Now imagine that the world is only a few thousand years old and in that world e…
 
Episode Notes In this episode of Last Year's Horror, we're talking about the 2020 reimagining of the classic Universal monster movie, The Invisible Man! Directed by Leigh Whannell and starring Elisabeth Moss, it’s the romantic story of two star-crossed lovers—one an aspiring architect, and the other a genius of a man who just…wants to be seen. Okay…
 
In this episode of Side Crime, the hosts of Even the Podcast is Afraid discuss several true crime & weird stories that have recently been in the news, including: Arizona man accused of faking his own kidnapping to evade work, 12 year old girl accused of selling stun-guns at Tampa middles school, New Zealand sentences cactus smuggler caught with 947…
 
In this episode, we discuss the interesting SRL group. What do you get when you take animal carcasses and mix them with robotics while associating with many of the most notable and influential musicians of the early industrial music scene? Survival Research Laboratories. Think Burning Man with lots of tech people and industrial music gurus and with…
 
Episode Notes In this Episode of Last Year's Horror, we're talking about Gretel & Hansel, a retelling of the classic Brothers Grimm fairytale with a twist! Written by Rob Hayes and directed by Oz Perkins, it stars Sophia Lillis, Samuel Leakey, and Alice Krige. Join us as we chat with our friend Haley Exton and answer such questions as, why does onl…
 
In this episode, we discuss the Borley Rectory. A dark, Victorian mansion in the sleepy Essex parish of Borley. Built in 1862 by Reverend Henry Bull, the estate was beset by reports of the supernatural until its demise in 1944. Borley Rectory’s paranormal activity frequently made headlines thanks to famed paranormal investigator Harry Price. The ho…
 
In this episode of Side Crime, the hosts of Even the Podcast is Afraid discuss several true crime & weird stories that have recently been in the news, including: Jealous wife stabs husband after steeing her younger self in old photos, Texas officials apologize after 'Chucky' missing child alert, Police arrest 6 people for changing the letters of fa…
 
In the conclusion of this series, the Carnies "developed a sort of close-knit culture and code of conduct all of their own. Indeed, they even developed their own language for speaking to each other. Called “Carny” or also spelled “Carnie” and sometimes known as “Ciazarn,” it was developed among the carnies for the purpose of obfuscating their commu…
 
In this series, we bring you the story of the Carny Cult & subculture of a carny. In 1991 a carnival worker named William Ault was excited to discover that several other carnies were involved in some fringe pseudo Satanic cult. Ault wanted badly to be a member, but ended up getting dismembered. Before we can really do that elbow deep dive into this…
 
Episode Notes In this Episode of Last Year's Horror, we're talking about the possibly maybe Lovecraftian (?) aquatic horror creature future, Underwater. The film stars a badass blonde buzzcut worn with style by none other than Kristen Stewart who is definitely not kissing vampires in this one. We're joined by our friend and good-movie aficionado Co…
 
In this episode, we bring you the story of the serial killer, Bela Kiss, one of the scariest people you have never heard of and one of the scariest people never caught... Long before Jeffrey Dahmer was storing remains of his victims in large chemical barrels, Bela, the perfect kiss of death, was picking and pickling young women in a far away land. …
 
In this episode of Side Crime, the hosts of Even the Podcast is Afraid discuss several true crime & weird stories that have recently been in the news, including: The Capital Riots protestor in Viking Headdress "Horny No Belt", NFL Broadcasted on Nickelodeon with SpongeBob, Scared Woman finds "Human Toe" In Mud, Calls Police: Its a Potato, Naked Fug…
 
In part two, the conclusion, before diving deeper into the details of Roland's exorcism, we move into the basics of exorcisms in general, and then we do a few laps in basic demonology and then we attempt a double backwards somersault from the high dive back into the accounts of Roland's exorcism. And we will even do a little nose dive in some inter…
 
In part one, we discuss perhaps one of the most terrifying and iconic horror films of all time, "The Exorcist," that stands the test of time in its ability to fill the audience with a sense of sweat-soaked terror and dread. It is a strange and gripping film filled with disturbing imagery and a lot of subtle - and not-so-subtle - symbolic meaning of…
 
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