Deep within the Canadian wilderness lies beauty, danger, and a lot of gold. But a string of death, decapitation and strange occurrences have turned a natural paradise into a creepy destination.
This episode talks about the Orange Sock Killer of Breckenridge, CO in 1982. Genetic genealogy helped solve this crime decades later.
Djinn are supernatural creatures in Middle Eastern folklore. They are said to be made of fire, invisible to the human eye, and capable of shapeshifting. Djinn are often depicted as being powerful and dangerous creatures, but they can also be helpful and benevolent.
The Slender Man stabbing was a near-fatal stabbing that took place in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on May 31, 2014. Two 12-year-old girls, Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier, lured their friend Payton Leutner into the woods and stabbed her 19 times in an attempt to please Slender Man, a fictional horror character.
This podcast episode discusses the case of John List, a murderer who killed his entire family in 1971 and then went on the run for nearly 18 years. List was a successful accountant who lived in a wealthy suburb of New Jersey with his wife, mother, and three children.
Mishipeshu (also spelled Mishibijiw) is a powerful mythological creature in the folklore of North America. It is often described as a giant underwater panther said to live in the depths of Lake Superior.
Dennis Rader, also known as the BTK Killer, was a serial killer who terrorized the city of Wichita, Kansas, for over 30 years. He murdered 10 people, including two children, between 1974 and 1991. Rader was a master of disguise and evaded capture for decades, despite taunting the police and the media with letters and poems.
Ken McElroy terrorized a small farming town for years and managed to escape prosecution. Was vigilante justice the only answer to their problem?
Charles Albright was a serial killer who operated in Dallas, Texas in the early 1990s. He was known as the “Eyeball Killer” because he would remove the eyeballs of his victims.
The Bunyip is a legendary creature of Australian Aboriginal mythology. It is said to be a large, water-dwelling beast with a long neck, powerful jaws, and a thick hide. The bunyip is a popular subject of Australian folklore, and it has been featured in many books, movies, and television shows. In recent years, there has been renewed interest in the bunyip, and some people believe that it may be a real creature.