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***EXPLICIT LANGUAGE*** A detailed and well researched podcast that dives deep into the unsolved. -True Crime- -Mysteries- -Conspiracies- -Paranormal - -The Occult- -History- With an unpolished and raw “pirate radio” style sound. -Theme music by The Wagner Logic https://thewagnerlogic.bandcamp.com/ -Cover Art by Andrea Moran You can find me on Facebook or... Instagram - https://instagram.com/mysterious_podcast?igshid=1xaqtqipr5xh2 Twitter - @podcastMC Email - Justin.mcpodcast@gmail.com Or to support the show go to https://www.patreon.com/mysteriouscircumstances Or you can buy me a beer through Venmo - @mcpodcast

***EXPLICIT LANGUAGE*** A detailed and well researched podcast that dives deep into the unsolved. -True Crime- -Mysteries- -Conspiracies- -Paranormal - -The Occult- -History- With an unpolished and raw “pirate radio” style sound. -Theme music by The Wagner Logic https://thewagnerlogic.bandcamp.com/ -Cover Art by Andrea Moran You can find me on Facebook or... Instagram - https://instagram.com/mysterious_podcast?igshid=1xaqtqipr5xh2 Twitter - @podcastMC Email - Justin.mcpodcast@gmail.com Or to support the show go to https://www.patreon.com/mysteriouscircumstances Or you can buy me a beer through Venmo - @mcpodcast

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***EXPLICIT LANGUAGE*** A detailed and well researched podcast that dives deep into the unsolved. -True Crime- -Mysteries- -Conspiracies- -Paranormal - -The Occult- -History- With an unpolished and raw “pirate radio” style sound. -Theme music by The Wagner Logic https://thewagnerlogic.bandcamp.com/ -Cover Art by Andrea Moran You can find me on Facebook or... Instagram - https://instagram.com/mysterious_podcast?igshid=1xaqtqipr5xh2 Twitter - @podcastMC Email - Justin.mcpodcast@gmail.com Or to support the show go to https://www.patreon.com/mysteriouscircumstances Or you can buy me a beer through Venmo - @mcpodcast

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English


Episodes

The Death of Jerold Haas

8/28/2020
44-year-old Jerold Haas' skeletal remains were found in the woods of Ohio in 2018, seven weeks after he was reported missing. His thigh bone was broken, but the cause of death is not known. Haas, who had struggled with drugs and jobs his entire life, had been on the brink of making it big, both professionally and financially, through his coding for a startup called Tessr in Columbus. The company would use blockchain technology to streamline data in the field of higher education, and Haas and...

Duration:01:25:15

The Starved Rock Murders

7/22/2020
March 14, 1960, the bodies of three women from the Chicago suburbs were discovered in St. Louis Canyon, one of the many natural wonders at Starved Rock State Park, near Utica, Illinois. The crime shocked northern Illinois and led to a manhunt that ended with a killer's confession. To this day there are still a lot of people who think Chester Weger was innocent. Either way, in February of 2020 after serving 59 years in prison, Chester Weger was paroled.

Duration:00:46:32

The Death of Elvis Presley

7/15/2020
Elvis Aaron Presley, also known simply as Elvis, was an American singer and actor. He is regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century and is often referred to as the "King of Rock and Roll" or simply "the King". There are, however, people who believe the events of his death don't add up, and that he faked his own death.

Duration:01:11:28

The Disappearance of Mel Wiley

6/23/2020
On July 30, 1985, Police Chief Mel Wiley vanished. At the time, the 47-year-old had been a police officer since 1966 and an aspiring poetry writer and murder mystery novelist. Authorities initially believed Wiley drowned in Lake Erie, his car was found abandoned nearby but his body was never found. Police eventually ruled that the disappearance yielded no signs of foul play or suicide. Then certain clues pop up that suggest he disappeared to start a new life. What really happened to Chief...

Duration:00:49:45

The Death of Faith Hedgepeth

6/4/2020
The body of Faith Hedgepeth was found in her apartment by a friend on the morning of September 7, 2012. She had been beaten over the head with a blunt instrument and evidence of male DNA was present at the crime scene, but the case remains unsolved. Transcripts to voicemail - https://truecrimedaily.com/2015/08/27/losing-faith-the-hedgepeth-murder-mystery-at-unc/ Portions of the documents are provided below and have been redacted to protect the identities of people who have been part of the...

Duration:00:32:35

The Death of Rebekah Gould

5/19/2020
Rebekah’s case has been handled by the Arkansas State Police (ASP) almost from day one. Even though she was killed more than 15 years ago, the ASP refuses to make public any of the investigative records, notes, or photographs associated with her case under the pretext that it is still an active case. Rebekah’s family has petitioned for those files to be released, with no success. So what's really happening with this case? For further information please follow the links...

Duration:00:38:03

A Haunting In Michigan

5/14/2020
Forty-six years ago in a small farming town, a family was terrorized for months inside their own home. In 1974-75, strange voices, noises, explosions and fires baffled police as they investigated their origin. The home on Dice Road in Merrill gained attention from the Saginaw County Sheriff's Department when the homeowner, Harold Pomeraning, contacted them after hearing loud banging on the side of his home in July 1974.

Duration:01:36:04

Joseph 'Yellow Kid' Weil

5/4/2020
Joseph "Yellow Kid" Weil was one of the best known American con men of his era. Weil was known to possess an "uncanny knowledge of human nature". During the course of his career, Weil is reputed to have stolen more than $8 million. He was once quoted as saying, "Each of my victims had larceny in his heart."

Duration:02:00:21

AMA w/'Deputy X' - Round 2

4/28/2020
Well I got Deputy X on for another AMA. In this episode we talk about the paranormal, funniest stories, favorites cases, and everything in between.

Duration:02:43:15

Wondery Presents - American Scandal

4/22/2020
Join Lindsay Graham, the host of Wondery’s show American Scandal as he dives deep into the heart of the most shocking moments of fraud and deception in American history. In this six-part series “The Hare Krishna Murders” he explores an eastern religion with pure intentions that, in the hands of its western followers, became a criminal enterprise of drug running, molestation and murder. For the full episode go to: wondery.fm/mysteriousAS

Duration:00:08:01

'Sammy The Bull' Gravano

4/20/2020
Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano is an Italian-American former underboss of the Gambino crime family. He is known as the man who helped bring down John Gotti, the family's boss, by agreeing to testify against him and other mobsters in a deal in which he confessed his involvement in 19 murders.

Duration:07:09:38

The Death of Christopher Case

4/17/2020
After a business trip to San Francisco, Christopher Case starts calling his friends saying a witch had put a curse on him and he only has a week to live. Then, police find his dead body, surrounded by occult objects. He was a healthy 35 year old but his official cause of death was heart failure. So, what happened?

Duration:00:28:29

Part 3 of 3 - 'Baby Face" Nelson

4/13/2020
Lester Gillis, better known as 'Baby Face' Nelson, was a young gangster and bank robber from Chicago. From a very early age he seemed to always get intro trouble. In 1934, he was named Public Enemy #1 and by the end of the year, he would be dead at the age of 25. During his crime spree, Gillis, using the alias George Nelson, was responsible for killing more FBI agents in the line of duty than any other person.

Duration:00:45:19

Part 2 of 3 - 'Baby Face' Nelson

4/6/2020
Lester Gillis, better known as 'Baby Face' Nelson, was a young gangster and bank robber from Chicago. From a very early age he seemed to always get intro trouble. In 1934, he was named Public Enemy #1 and by the end of the year, he would be dead at the age of 25. During his crime spree, Gillis, using the alias George Nelson, was responsible for killing more FBI agents in the line of duty than any other person.

Duration:00:29:42

Part 1 of 3 - 'Baby Face' Nelson

3/30/2020
Lester Gillis, better known as 'Baby Face' Nelson, was a young gangster and bank robber from Chicago. From a very early age he seemed to always get intro trouble. In 1934, he was named Public Enemy #1 and by the end of the year, he would be dead at the age of 25. During his crime spree, Gillis, using the alias George Nelson, was responsible for killing more FBI agents in the line of duty than any other person.

Duration:00:41:25

Introducing - Joe Exotic

3/24/2020
Joe Exotic devoted his life to raising and breeding lions, tigers, and other exotic animals at his Oklahoma zoo. He croons ballads, shoots guns, and puts it all on YouTube. But he’s also made a lot of enemies. And the biggest of all is the owner of a big cat sanctuary in Florida named Carole Baskin. The feud between Joe Exotic and Carole gets messy, vicious, and outrageous -- until both of them are pushed far beyond their limits. From Wondery, comes ‘Joe Exotic: Tiger King’, the story about...

Duration:00:09:50

The Termite Gangs

3/23/2020
Over the course of six weeks in 2010, three banks were robbed in France using the same tunneling method. The suspects had to have inside knowledge, but still, nobody was ever caught. In this episode we talk about those robberies and many more after that by what authorities would call "The Termite Gangs."

Duration:01:21:04

The Death of Lester Garnier - w/cohost 'Deputy X'

3/19/2020
July 10, 1988, San Francisco vice cop Lester Garnier was shot to death execution style in his car. His father later told police his son left abruptly after receiving two phone calls - at least one of them from a woman. They believed Garnier had been set up and killed by someone he trusted, possibly a rogue cop, or someone who worked with him in the Vice unit.

Duration:01:36:02

Part 4 of 4 - Carlos Hathcock aka "White Feather"

3/17/2020
In combat, Carlos Hathcock earned the nickname “White Feather”. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese Army called him this because of the white feather he wore on his bush hat to taunt the North Vietnamese to spot him sooner. US Marine Corps Snipers were known for their lethal accuracy during the Vietnam war. One such sniper was Carlos Norman Hathcock II who had an astounding kill record of 93. But it wasn’t his numerical achievement that made him a legend.

Duration:00:43:20

Introducing - Even the Rich

3/17/2020
Celebrities, royals, heirs and heiresses—you may think you know them, you may think you envy them, but you have no idea what really goes on behind the scenes. Wondery’s new series Even the Rich pulls gives you a hilarious behind-the-scenes look at the stories of some of the greatest family dynasties in history. From the Murdochs to the Royals, and the Kardashians to the Kennedy’s, Even the Rich is part history, part comedy, part gossip, and all fascinating. Listen today:...

Duration:00:07:36