Who doesn’t love a good ghost story? Join us in today’s episode about apparitions and the places they haunt. Travel down to Adams, Tennessee with us to the site of the Bell Witch house and cave. Why was the Bell family afflicted with the ghost of “Kate” for so many years? Then, swing on further south to New Orleans, a city know for it’s ghosts! Meet the detestable Delphine LaLaurie and learn why her family’s mansion is still haunted today by those she tortured and killed. Grab a warm blanket and settle in while we tell you a couple of ghost stories guaranteed to get you in the mood for Halloween!
We have all heard the old adage money doesn’t buy happiness. Well, that is certainly true of the two women we discuss in today’s episode. Christina Onassis had all the wealth one could hope for, but unfortunately, her life was with filled with loneliness and depression. Keep listening though because we then chat about Frances Glessner Lee, the mother of forensic investigation, a pioneer in male-dominated field. See how these two used their money in distinct, almost opposite ways. Enjoy your Sunday!
Hi, happy fall Sunday! Grab your Pumpkin Spiced latte and join us in today’s episode where we discuss what it was like live in a time where the Hollywood machine controlled everything including stars’ sexuality. Fortunately we live in a time where personal orientation does not matter, but back in the “Golden Age” things were a lot different. Take a listen as we discuss both female and male stars who hid their true sexual identity, not by choice, but because the film industry insisted they do so. Also, if you don’t know who Scotty Bowers is, after this episode, you certainly will!
Don’t count your chickens before they hatch…especially if you are one of the moronic criminals we discuss in today’s episode. Lessons learned today, to name a few: don’t impersonate a cop, don’t try to steal a safe, and don’t stick a gun down your pants. Believe it or not, the crimes we discuss today are less than thought out. Grab a coffee and enjoy today’s episode about some truly unlucky, frankly stupid, criminals!
A true genius! Truman Capote was a larger than life figure, from high society to researching crime, he did it all. While unabashedly unapologetic for who he was, Capote’s need to tell a story led to both the demise of relationships and, eventually, his career. Known for both Breakfast at Tiffany’s and In Cold Blood to name a few, Capote’s career was stopped short by addiction and alienation from those whose secrets he divulged to the outside world. We might never know what great works went unwritten, but in this episode we take a look at this literary mastermind and his legacy.
What are the odds??!! Welcome to an early episode! Take a listen this week as we discuss some, frankly weird, coincidences. From two victims of Jack the Ripper to Mark Twain and Haley’s Comet, join us as we marvel at the flukes, strokes of luck and sometimes just plain accidents that happen every day! So, roll the dice and cross your fingers as truth is sometimes stranger than fiction!
Happy Sunday and Happy Food Accidents! Join us today as we discuss some foods that would not exist today if it weren’t for some very inventive people. What would the world be like without potato chips? Well, you can thank some jerk who kept sending back his fried potatoes at a restaurant in New York. What about everyone’s favorite game day go to nachos? You can thank a creative maitre d’ who couldn’t find his chef and needed to serve 10 ladies something for lunch. Listen as we chat about other mishaps that gave us some of our favorite munchies! Then, go enjoy one of these foods on us!