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Investigating things we simply don't have the answer to. Sometimes, you have to think a little sideways to come up with a solution.

Investigating things we simply don't have the answer to. Sometimes, you have to think a little sideways to come up with a solution.
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Portland, OR

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Investigating things we simply don't have the answer to. Sometimes, you have to think a little sideways to come up with a solution.

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English


Episodes

Miss us yet?

12/10/2018
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Lots of incredible things are being developed while we're way! Stay tuned to this feed for some great new stuff. In the meantime we've got a clip to share on the Menendez case from our good friends at Generation Why.

Duration:00:10:41

Part II of The American Beauty Murder Mystery

10/18/2018
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In Part II of our collaboration with Minds of Madness podcast, we identify a suspect in the strange death of Greg de Villers.

Duration:01:02:13

The American Beauty Murder

10/16/2018
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The Sideways Gang teams up with our friends at The Minds of Madness to discuss the murder of Greg de Villers.

Duration:00:48:39

So long and thanks for all the f*cking fish

8/30/2018
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This is the last episode of TSP and we wanted to have some fun with it. So here are the final bloopers from this years episodes. Oh, and there is a lot of swearing.

Duration:00:17:52

Down the Rabbit Hole: The Sunken City of Akakor

8/23/2018
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In the early 1970s Tatunca Nara, last Chieftain of the Ugha Mongulala, revealed the existence of his tribe’s greatest secret—the vast city of Akakor, hidden deep in the Amazon jungle. Several have died trying to find the lost city, but no Westerner has yet laid eyes on it. Why could that be?

Duration:00:39:43

Down the Rabbit Hole: The Stonehenge campers

8/16/2018
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In August 1971 a group of hippies were partying at Stonehenge when a freak lightning storm, accompanied by blue lights, took the group by surprise... and may have been the cause of their disappearance.

Duration:00:28:12

Down the Rabbit Hole: Steve’s Vietnam Excursion

8/9/2018
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In a change of pace this episode doesn’t feature a mystery; instead it features the team talking about SE Asia. Steve recently returned from a trip there and Team Sideways took the chance to discuss some of the more memorable things from his travels.

Duration:00:33:03

Down the Rabbit Hole: Phantom Ruby Tuesdays in New Mexico

8/2/2018
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A story about some guys who got confused on a roadtrip... or did they?

Duration:00:33:49

El Chupacabra!

7/26/2018
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For decades reports of a mysterious cryptid that drank the blood of goats have been circling the globe. Originating in the equatorial region of the Americas stories are now coming in from all across the globe. What is this strange creature, what does it want with our goats, and why does it insist on smoking that cigar?

Duration:01:26:41

The suspicious death of Jonathan Luna

7/19/2018
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Federal prosecutor Jonathan Luna left his office to go on a long solitary midnight drive, and then was discovered dead the following morning, under very suspicious circumstances, many miles from home. What happened to Jonathan Luna?

Duration:01:05:41

The disappearance of little Anna Waters

7/12/2018
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Anna was 5 years old when she disappeared on a rainy day while playing near the creek behind her house. Though it seems she could have just fallen in and been washed away, divorced parents and stories from her two older brothers seem to suggest something more sinister happened.

Duration:00:57:42

Is spontaneous human combustion real?

7/5/2018
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People keep finding bodies that have been burned to ash while everything around them is left untouched by the flame. Some claim these are cases of spontaneous human combustion, others say something else is going on. Who is right and what’s the deal?

Duration:01:18:41

The fate of the ship Freedon

6/28/2018
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23-year-old Lisa Bishop left Miami for Haiti on an old rusty freighter named the Freedon. Neither Lisa nor the ship were seen again, though there's some disagreement about the ship.

Duration:00:54:48

The Missing Postman of Stradbally

6/21/2018
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After attending mass and delivering gifts, Larry Griffin started his normal postal route at noon on Christmas Day, 1929. Despite having attended dinner at two homes and being a guest at many others, no one knows where Larry ended up that night, or any other night since.

Duration:01:00:28

Did Frank Finkel survive the Battle of the Little Bighorn?

6/14/2018
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In 1920 a man living in Washington state claimed to be the only survivor of the famed Battle of the Little Big Horn. Was Frank Finkel there or was he just another one of the many attention seekers who hoped to attach themselves to the story?

Duration:01:26:21

Who killed Willie MacRae?

6/7/2018
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A member of the Scottish National Party and an anti-nuclear activist, William MacRae was found dying in his car after an accident--and later it was discovered that he'd also been shot in the head. Who killed Willie MacRae?

Duration:01:10:59

DTR-The Witchcraft

6/5/2018
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Down the Rabbit Hole, a sneak peak at the bonus content available on Stitcher Premium-Daniel Burack was on his boat, the Witchcraft, just offshore from Miami Beach, when he radioed the Coast Guard asking for a tow because of boat trouble. When the Coast Guard arrived 19 minutes later the boat and crew had vanished without a trace.

Duration:00:29:16

Disappearance of Ronald Tammen?

5/31/2018
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All American Ronald Tammen disappeared without a trace from his dorm room on an abnormally cold night on April, 1953 after finding a dead fish in his bed. Was the fish an unrelated, harmless frat prank? Or did something very sinister happen to Ron that night?

Duration:01:00:18

Who was Colonel Tomb?

5/24/2018
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During the Vietnam War the US military recorded the feats of Vietnamese flying ace Colonel Tomb. However after the war it was discovered that the Vietnamese People's Air Force had no record of this pilot. Did he exist, and if so who was he?

Duration:01:09:23

TSP Live-Ade Family Murder

5/17/2018
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Live from CrimeCon 2018: On March 24, 1897 the Ade family was brutally murdered. Accounts conflict but between two to four heads were removed with an axe. Who committed this horrible crime? Team Sideways discusses the case and reviews the theories with the help of their live audience.

Duration:00:55:51