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Are you constantly hungry for truth and looking at what makes this flippin' mess we call a world the way it is? Then you are in the right place my friend. Each episode we focus on one topic and find out all of its dirty little secrets. Covering all subjects from Alcatraz to zombies and everything in between. Its time to feed your mind. Its time for BRAIN BITEZ.
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Are you constantly hungry for truth and looking at what makes this flippin' mess we call a world the way it is? Then you are in the right place my friend. Each episode we focus on one topic and find out all of its dirty little secrets. Covering all subjects from Alcatraz to zombies and everything in between. Its time to feed your mind. Its time for BRAIN BITEZ.








30 - H.H. Holmes And His Murder Castle

Welcome to part 2 in our Mini Summer Murder Series. H.H. Holmes would come to be recognized as one of America's first serial killers. But to this day, because of the nature in which he disposed of the bodies and his wildly inconsistent stories and confessions, much of the facts about his life are unclear. So is his death count: Police at the time suspected around nine or 10 victims, while other estimates are in the hundreds; in his published confession, Holmes himself claimed credit for the...


29 - Belle Gunness and Her Murder Farm

The tales of the gruesome murder’s committed by Belle Gunness on her farm at the end of McClung Road are the things of nightmares. The most disturbing part about these grisly stories is that the gory parts are not fiction. Belle Gunness (also known as Lady Bluebeard, The LaPorte Black Widow, The Mistress of Murder Farm, and Hell’s Belle) was probably one of America’s most prolific serial killers of her time, who likely killed between 25 and 30 people, including women and children, at the...


28 - Richard Ramirez: The Night Stalker

Richard Ramirez, dubbed the Night Stalker by the local media, would find an unlocked door or window and let himself in. Once inside his victims house, he would do whatever the hell he wanted. He had begun his killing spree exactly 14 months before his arrest. In that time, he had killed 13 people, attempted to kill five more, and assaulted countless others all while giving praise to devil all along the way. On top of his physical crimes, he was guilty of burglary and petty theft. Though his...


27 - The Curse Of The Lottery Winners

Many people think winning the lottery would be the answer to their prayers and the solution to all of their problems. The idea of the lottery has been going on for centuries and many governments have used it as a painless form of taxation. They have also used its profits to accomplish some great things. For some, its a huge blessing but for others… it’s been quite the opposite experience. They've been lucky enough to win the lottery, used their winnings to help make their dreams come true...


Bonus 3 - Unicorns?! We're Really Doing This?

In Celtic mythology the unicorn was a symbol of purity and innocence, as well as masculinity and power. Are the tales of dominance and chivalry associated with the unicorn true, why was it chosen as Scotland’s national animal, can you really buy a license to hunt one of these beasts and did someone really find An old unicorn Layer in North Korea? Find out all this and so much more. You listeners asked and we are going to deliver… as we discover the origins of this legend and dive into the...


26 - The Flat Earth Theory

The belief that the Earth is flat has been described as the ultimate conspiracy theory. There’s an entire Flat Earth Society that at one time was 3,500 members strong and, purportedly, not a joke. What is stranger than the very belief that this theory is real is that fact that this society seems to be growing. There are many (many) YouTube videos ready to open your eyes to the Truth, each of them special in their own way. Well we here at Brain Bitez believe that in order to find the truth...


25 - Ted Bundy: The Campus Killer

Theodore Robert Bundy was an American burglar, kidnapper, rapist, serial killer, necrophile, and all around psychopath who assaulted and murdered numerous young women during the 1970s. Many women regarded him as charismatic and handsome, traits that Bundy exploited to win their trust. He would typically approach them in public places, and the little faker would pretend to be injured or disabled, before overpowering and assaulting them. After more than a decade of denials, he confessed to 30...


24 - Stan Lee: The Hero of Superheroes

He’s known as the Comic book legend, Stan Lee. In 1939, a teenage Stan Lee began his career in comics and 75 years later, he is celebrated as the creative tour de force behind Marvel’s Silver Age - the co-creator of hundreds of beloved characters and stories. He was born in Manhattan, grew up to join the military, he then joined and became the prominent head of one of the biggest names in the entertainment world. Somewhere along the line he also started several charities and found himself an...


23 - Voodoo and Its Queen, Marie Laveau

For several decades a very prominent personality known as “The Voodoo Queen’ held New Orleans spellbound. Marie Laveau staged ceremonies in which participants became possessed by Voodoo spirits; she dispensed charms and potions, told fortunes, and even healed the sick. Marie Laveau had an extremely complex reputation in later life. Although a local newspaper once referred to her as “the notorious hag who reigns over the ignorant and superstitious as the Queen of the Voodoos”, she was also...


22 - The Lobotomy: The Medical Worlds Great Mistake

If you thought that scene in Sucker Punch where the doctor gave lobotomies with an ice pick was artistic exaggeration – well, you’d be wrong mi amigo. That's exactly how Walter Freeman, a specialist of lobotomies in the 1940s, performed thousands of operations. The lobotomy was considered to be such a popular "cure" for mental illness that Freeman would perform up to 25 lobotomies a day, using only an ice pick-shaped instrument and hammer, without anaesthesia, while reporters would watch....


Bonus 2 - Shadow People

Shadow people have been key figures in many legends from many cultures all around the world. From shadow people to the hatman these beings can take many forms… hell, there’s even been shadow cats. Do they really exist and if so what do they want? How did they get here? And Why do they always seem to want those around them to change their favorite pair of fruit of the looms? FInd out all this and more as we use this 100 iTunes review bonus episode to take a walk on the darker and creepier...


21 - Alexander The Great

Alexander III, the King of Macedonia and conqueror of the Persian Empire is considered one of the greatest military geniuses of all time. He was the inspiration for later conquerors such as Hannibal the Carthaginian, the Romans Pompey and Caesar, and Napoleon. In 334 BC at the age of twenty-two, he and his army crossed the Hellespont and embarked on a decade-long journey to conquer the Persian Empire. How many of the legends are true? Was Alexander one of the men to come closest to ruling...


20 - The Mysterious Death of Elisa Lam

In February of 2013 guests of the cecil hotel in downtown los angeles complained that their rooms tap water had a strange smell, had low pressure, and at times would come out of the facet black. While some guests thought this was just another charm of being in downtown los angeles, enough people complained that maintenance employee Santiago Lopez went up to the roof to check on the hotels water supply. He climbed the ladder to the main water tank and when he reached the top and looked inside...


19 - Jeffrey Dahmer: The Milwaukee Cannibal

One of the nation's most notorious serial killers, Jeffrey Dahmer was born and raised in Bath Township, Ohio, a middle-class suburb of Akron. Dahmer had a job and a decent family. He seemed as normal as normal could be. That was Dahmer’s home was searched after a young man fled his apartment and flagged down a police car. An investigation revealed that the apartment contained the remains of 11 victims. The bodies had been dismembered, and Dahmer confessed that he not only had cooked and...


18 - Cyborgs: Our Future or The End Of Humanity

Look anywhere in our society today and you can see these mechanical characters in all forms of media. From books and podcasts to TV shows and Movies. Shoot there is even a very famous DC comics superhero with that very name. But what really is a cyborg? The term is short for "cybernetic organism", which is a being with both organic and biomechatronic body parts. The term was coined in 1960 by Manfred Clynes and Nathan S. Kline. But are the fictional characters we have today exactly what...


17 - The Holocaust part 2: Hell On Earth and Hidden Heroes

The Holocaust is still recognized almost universally as the greatest evil this world has ever witnessed. During this period between 1933 and 1945 millions of Slavs and Asians were murdered, as well as 200,000 Gypsies and members of various other groups. Thousands of people, including Germans of African decent, were forcibly sterilized. But It culminated in what the Nazis called the 'Final Solution of the Jewish Question in Europe', in which six million Jews were murdered. The Jews figured in...


16 - The Holocaust part 1: A Climb To Power

Adolf Hitler was the leader of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945. He initiated fascist policies that led to World War II and the deaths of at least 11 million people, including the mass murder of an estimated 6 million Jews. But how did he accomplish this? How does a young man go from being an aspiring painter to the leader of one of the worlds most hated, reviled and feared military forces in history? Find out the amount of deceit, betrayal, and murder that is needed to rise to the top and...


Bonus 1 - Blackbeard, The Most Feared Pirate Of His Time

Regarded as one of the most devious and ruthless pirates who ever tormented the seven seas in the early part of the 18 century, Blackbeard’s activities might not have extended for decades but the history of this pirate is one that is recounted more than any other scurvy dog of his time. Aboard the trust worthy vessel, The Queen Anne’s Revenge, Blackbeard fought in wars on the open seas, experienced swashbuckling battles, narrowly escaped capture on multiple occasions, and freed slaves along...


15 - Jesse James: American Robin Hood or Terrorist

The journalists of the time loved selling their romanticized and exaggerated tales of the Wild West. They also love writing about the legendary heists of a certain young gun slinger and his gang of outlaws. Jesse James was a dangerous young man who was quickly reimagined as being the modern day Robin Hood. He robbed from the rich and was kind to the poor. But how much of this is true? Besides being a sometimes kind man with a southern playful charm, he was also a terrorist, horse thief,...


14 - NXIVM part 2: Secrets of the Sex Slaves

What type of torture does a sex cult slave go through? How dark, manipulative, and abusive does it’s leader and the group as a whole become? And what’s with all the Nazi talk?! You’re about to find out. So put on your pervert repellent, grab yourself some pepper spray, and let’s step through the vale to discover what has gone on behind the walls of this disturbing group… today… on Brain Bitez. If you want to reach the Brain Bitez team: