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***EXPLICIT LANGUAGE*** - A podcast that dives deep into the unsolved and interesting. - Crime/Mysteries/Paranormal/History- With an unpolished and unscripted “pirate radio” style. If you like a conversational style podcast about mysterious stuff, you'll like this!! - https://linktr.ee/MC_Podcast - Theme music by The Wagner Logic https://thewagnerlogic.bandcamp.com/ - - Cover Art by Andrea Moran - - You can find me on Facebook - - Instagram - https://instagram.com/mysterious_podcast?igshid=1 ...
 
Living tiny is about way more than a tiny house. It’s also about more than getting rid of stuff until you have nothing left to do. It’s about creating space to dream big. What could you do, what would your life look like, if you were debt-free? Clutter-free? What if you weren’t carrying all that weight? What if, for once, you could say you aren’t too busy? Maybe you’ve tried it all before and have become accustomed to the idea that this excess will always be a part of your life. That you mig ...
 
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In 2012 the National Archives published never-before-seen schematics and details of a 1950s military venture called Project 1794, The declassified materials show the U.S. Air Force had a contract with a Canadian company to build an aircraft unlike anything before. Project 1794, as wild as it sounds, tried to build a supersonic flying saucer. -- Pro…
 
On the morning of Sept. 15, 2014, Matt Odom was leaving for work when he was stabbed outside his home in northwest Bakersfield. He later died of his injuries. He and his wife, Summers Odom, were going through a messy divorce at the time of his death but with no witnesses and no leads, what happened to Matt Odom? Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
 
In October of 2016, D.J. Fickey was shot and killed. Law enforcement immediately ruled the death a suicide, but his family and their private investigator have reason to believe that it was a homicide after witnesses and evidence came forward saying it was murder. So, why is this still unsolved? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/a…
 
March 24, 1994: Matt’s ninth day of training for his new job. That morning, he arrived at work and parked in the middle of the lot. As he exited his car, Matt Flores was shot once in the back of the head at point-blank range. He probably never even saw his killer. And incredibly, even though there were 22 people in the parking lot at the time, nobo…
 
Jimi Hendrix was one of the most influential guitarists of the 1960s. His Rock and Roll Hall of Fame biography says he "was arguably the greatest instrumentalist in the history of rock music." But the details of Hendrix's death on September 18th, 1970, are still unclear and widely disputed. The official ruling is that Hendrix had aspirated his own …
 
Jimi Hendrix was one of the most influential guitarists of the 1960s. His Rock and Roll Hall of Fame biography says he "was arguably the greatest instrumentalist in the history of rock music." But the details of Hendrix's death on September 18th, 1970, are still unclear and widely disputed. The official ruling is that Hendrix had aspirated his own …
 
From 1951 to 1958, George Reeves played Superman in both a movie and popular television series. When the series ended, Reeves was too closely associated with the role to find other work. Then, on June 16, 1959, he was found dead. Reeves’ death may have been ruled a suicide, but not everyone believed it. While Reeves was depressed at the time of his…
 
Who killed Marilyn Sheppard? The brutal slaying of Dr. Sam Sheppard’s wife captivated the region. The pregnant woman was beaten to death in the bedroom of the couple’s home in the early-morning hours of July 4, 1954. Sam Sheppard, who served nearly a decade in prison for her death, claimed he struggled with a bushy-haired man on the beach behind th…
 
On May 23, 1982, in Hamersville, Ohio, a man’s nude and beaten body, was dumped on the side of the road. The man would be identified as Permon Gilbert, an appliance repairman who lived just seven miles from where his body was found. Permon appeared, to those who knew him, to lead such a normal, non-controversial life. But in this small town, it was…
 
Gunner Lindbloom was born into the Tocco family of Detroit and became an enforcer by the time he was 20 years old. He was incarcerated for extortion, bank robbery, armed robbery, kidnapping, weapons violations, and several other crimes. Altogether, when he was arrested, he faced 17 capital crimes, but plea bargained them down for a 13-50 year sente…
 
Megan Lancaster has been missing from Wheelersburg, Ohio since April 3, 2013. In 2020, former Portsmouth city council member and attorney Michael Mearan was arrested on a total of 18 charges spanning human trafficking, racketeering and compelling and promoting prostitution. The Lancasters believe Mearan had something to do with Megan Lancaster’s di…
 
Robert Baron was last seen alive on the night of January 25, 2017, after he dropped off his son off at home after leaving his restaurant. Investigators found blood and a tooth in the restaurant. His car was found a short time later, less than a mile away. Detectives say blood was also found inside the car and there was mud on the tires. Four years …
 
You know I don't like subjects that are overly done. But this guy was awesome to talk too. I got a chance to talk with author M.P. Priestley. His book is the Jack the Ripper case investigated in detail never seen before, Constructed entirely and exclusively from original files and reports. Also, a new suspect is revealed, using modern-day profiling…
 
Ronnie and Reggie Kray, better known as 'The Kray Twins', remain perhaps the most infamous criminals in London’s gallery of gangsters throughout history. During the 1960s, the twins along with their group known as the 'The Firm', ruled the streets of London’s rough East End with an iron fist. You can join me LIVE on Stereo App. Sundays at 7pm easte…
 
Ronnie and Reggie Kray, better known as 'The Kray Twins', remain perhaps the most infamous criminals in London’s gallery of gangsters throughout history. During the 1960s, the twins along with their group known as the 'The Firm', ruled the streets of London’s rough East End with an iron fist. You can find Ace King's new album here!!!! ----> https:/…
 
Ronnie and Reggie Kray, better known as 'The Kray Twins', remain perhaps the most infamous criminals in London’s gallery of gangsters throughout history. During the 1960s, the twins along with their group known as the 'The Firm', ruled the streets of London’s rough East End with an iron fist. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adc…
 
History reports that Billy the Kid was killed in 1881. In 1950, a mysterious man known as Brushy Bill Roberts, confessed that he was the real Billy the Kid and petitioned the governor of New Mexico for a pardon for crimes committed under that name. This episode is with the author named Brett L. Hall, who wrote a research documentary book of William…
 
Jessie, legally known as Jessie Rubio-Montejano, was 24 and the mother of two young boys when she disappeared from Wenatchee, Washington on June 20th, 2016. Brittany Moore says her sister suffered from mental health issues and drug abuse throughout her life. Four years later, the family is still looking for answers. Learn more about your ad choices…
 
The Travis Walton incident was an alleged abduction of Travis Walton by a UFO on November 5, 1975, while he was working near Snowflake, Arizona. Walton reappeared after a five-day search. The Walton case received mainstream publicity and remains one of the best-known alien abduction stories even though skeptics consider it a hoax. Walton wrote a bo…
 
Alleged to date back more than 100 million years, the London Hammer can be looked at as a study in how the modern and ancient worlds can connect, and collide. How else can we explain that an obviously human-made instrument linked to the late 1800s, despite the wood transforming into coal? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic…
 
Al Capone, also called Scarface, was the most famous American gangster, who dominated organized crime in Chicago during the 1920's. By 1928 the "New Yorker" had already dubbed Capone "the greatest gang leader in history." His brutality was legendary even during his lifetime and was widely known that he engineered dozens of murders. He escalated gan…
 
Sam and Joe debate The Best Gangster Movie: A Bronx Tale: Released in 1993 Robert De Niro's directorial debut. After witnessing a murder in front of his house, nine-year-old Calogero forms a strong and lasting bond with the Bronx' local gangster Sunny, in spite of his father, Lorenzo's, disapproval. Casino: Released in 1995 directed by Martian Scor…
 
Al Capone, also called Scarface, was the most famous American gangster, who dominated organized crime in Chicago during the 1920's. By 1928 the "New Yorker" had already dubbed Capone "the greatest gang leader in history." His brutality was legendary even during his lifetime and was widely known that he engineered dozens of murders. He escalated gan…
 
Al Capone, also called Scarface, was the most famous American gangster, who dominated organized crime in Chicago during the 1920's. By 1928 the "New Yorker" had already dubbed Capone "the greatest gang leader in history." His brutality was legendary even during his lifetime and was widely known that he engineered dozens of murders. He escalated gan…
 
Continuing on with the spooky season. We are back with another Cage Match! Sam and Dallas debate the Scariest Boogeymen. Is it the classic Pennywise or the more recent Babadook? Joe officiates the debate and may the spookiest boogey WIN. If you feel like supporting us, do so by becoming a Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/WeDoStuffPodcast You get ex…
 
This episode I interview the Shedding Light Podcast. It's three moms on a mission, hell-bent on Shedding Light on missing persons cold cases across Canada. Their first season is the Melanie Ethier case. It's a great new podcast and i just had to talk to them about it. You can find them here, or wherever you listen to podcasts. https://sheddinglight…
 
It's that time of year! In this episode I get to chat with paranormal investigator and co-founder of Haunts From the Cape, Jason Murphy. We talk about his favorite investigations, the paranormal in general, and even some history. Here is a link to his youtube channel. - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgroBGNM3E29hDZA7zwJwdg/featured You can also …
 
We are getting close to Halloween! So we decided to play one of our favorite games! We tell stories about Candy, Halloween Costumes and Halloween Parties, What is truth and what is a lie? If you feel like supporting us, do so by becoming a Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/WeDoStuffPodcast You get extra content including the unedited versions of our…
 
Bruce Lee was a Chinese, American actor, director, martial artist, martial arts instructor and philosopher. He was the founder of Jeet Kune Do, a martial arts philosophy. Lee is considered by commentators, critics, media, and other martial artists to be the most influential martial artist of all time and one of the 100 most influential people of th…
 
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