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Ep. 79 – The Guilty

In July, 1954, a young Ohio woman named Marilyn Sheppard was brutally murdered in her home. Her husband Dr. Sam Sheppard was tried and convicted for her murder, but did he do it? Notes: https://www.amazon.com/Wrong-Man-Verdict-Sheppard-Murder/dp/0679457194/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1530985153&sr=8-1&keywords=the+wrong+man+James+neff&dpID=41mkoY1NXPL&preST=_SY291_BO1,204,203,200_QL40_&dpSrc=srch... Read More
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Ep. 78 – The Butcher of Plainfield

In 1957, an odd, soft-spoken man named Ed Gein shocked the nation. What they discovered on his remote farm in rural Wisconsin was the stuff of nightmares, and would go on to inspire many modern... Read More
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Ep. 77 – The Wolf Trials

The witch trials that went on throughout the Middle Ages are quite well known today. What is less well known is that while these were going on, tens of thousands of people were also being... Read More
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Ep. 76 – The Land of the Lost

For centuries, stories have been told that the earth is a hollow ball, and that a vast, magical world lies just beneath our feet. These stories include practically everything strange and unusual you can imagine:... Read More
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Ep. 75 – The Premonition

Stories of people who believe they could predict the future have been around for nearly as long as recorded history. Hear the stories of noted prophets, such as the Oracle of Delphi, Nostradamus and the... Read More
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Ep. 74 – The House of Many Doors

To some, the Winchester Mystery House is considered to be the most haunted house in the world. It’s maze like corridors and stairways that go nowhere just seem like a natural location for ghosts. But... Read More
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Ep. 73 – The Cemetery Man

Back in 1932, the kidnapping of Charles Lindbergh’s infant son was considered to be the crime of the century. For decades after, people have wondered if the man who was convicted of the crime, Bruno... Read More
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Ep. 72 – The Mad Sculptor

There’s an old saying that there exists a fine line between genius and madness. In 1937, a gifted but mentally disturbed sculptor committed a series of horrific murders that shocked New York City, and brought... Read More
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Ep. 71 – The Octopus

In 1991, the body of a journalist named Danny Casolaro was found in a West Virginia hotel room with slashed wrists and a suicide note nearby. It turns out, before his death, Danny Casolaro was... Read More
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