On this not really mini Morbid minisode, we explore Westfield, New Jersey's infamous Watcher House. Would you still move into your dream home if your life there began with a series of spooky, threatening letters that claimed the author's duty was to watch over your home and family? In the Summer of 2014, Derek and Maria Broaddus found themselves faced with this very dilemma and the details were a real, living nightmare. Follow us on Instagram: Instagram.com/Morbidpodcast Visit our website:...
Tyler Hadley was a typical teenager in most ways but in the weeks leading up to his house party from hell, he had made it abundantly clear what he intended to do to his parents, Mary Jo and Blake Hadley, to make the party a reality. This kid told everyone who would listen, yet, no one took him seriously. That is, until he showed his best friend his handy work right in the middle of the rager. This kid is a monster, guys.
We are back with some more spritely hell raisers in our second installment of Faeries. Don't swear, don't swim and definitely don't bring one to a proper grave. These little devils are not here to grant wishes....unless your wish is to be maimed, murdered or eaten.
Today, we discuss suspects and theories. Can we solve the biggest mystery in American true crime? Probably not, but one thing we don't do is blame the person who totally did it. Nope. We definitely don't do that.
It's holiday time and of course, it is about time that we talked about one of the most infamous cases in our history. in 1996, JonBenet Ramsey was an innocent 6 year-old and her death is a horrific mystery that has puzzled investigators for decades. Will it ever be solved? We probably won't do it but we will offer the cold hard facts.
This isn't all pixie dust and mischief here. Faeries have the best PR team in the game but we are here to blow up their spot and reveal them for the terrifying, homicidal nightmares that they really are.
Dr. Harold Perelson had it all. His career was flourishing, he had a beautiful family and the home of his dreams in the wealthy area of Los Feliz in Los Angeles. So, why the hell did he decide to try and murder his whole family with a ball-peen hammer one night in December 1959? When the debut season of American Horror Story takes almost all of its inspiration from a true crime case, you gotta check it out for yourself. This one is a doozy.
It's the holidays, weirdos! Time to get freaky, brutal and murderous. Tonight on our first mini-Morbid episode, we are covering Santa's scary helpers who will beat you, eat you and maybe steal your candles.
It is Christmas day in 1929 and Charles Lawson is feeling some type of way. Unintentional poetry aside, the mystery of one man's actions that left his entire family brutally butchered, save for his eldest son who he intentionally sent away from the scene before the carnage, has fascinated and horrified true crime fans for decades. Why did Charles Lawson annihilate his family on Christmas morning? Why did he sent Arthur away before the rampage? Why did Marie put raisins on the damn cake? The...
Adrianne Reynolds, Sarah Kolb and Cory Gregory were three troubled teenagers attending an alternative high school in East Moline, Illinois in 2005. They started off as bestfriends and ended up involved in a gruesome murder. What they ended up doing to one of their own will make you question a lot.
Mary Vincent survived something so horrifying that most of us couldn't even conjure it up in our nightmares. Her attacker, Lawrence Singleton, could have never imagined that Mary would walk away from where he left her to die in a canyon as a symbol of strength and resilience in the face of insurmountable odds. This is a story of survival, but also one of a justice system that is in desperate need of fixing.
This is just a good old fashioned 1960s triple homicide mixed with some possible coerced confessions and a dirty buckskin jacket. Come with us as we dive into this confusing case and try to figure out where the hell that postcard went.
We didn't get baby-faced Jared Leto in for this one but we still managed to trudge through some of the spookiest and truest urban legends out there. We cover everything from Bloody Mary to the Carnival Corpse. Also, I know it was by REM and not Dave Matthews Band. Trust me, you'll get it.
The real psycho behind the classic slasher film Scream was much worse than fiction. He was a country singing, people murdering turd who held Gainesville, Florida hostage in 1990. Luckily, he is dead than dead now, so we can tell you all about it. Also, Sondra London, if you are reading this, you are garbage.
Wow. Salem was wild back in the day, guys. You think you know about the infamous Salem Witch Trials but you have no idea how bananas it really got. We take a deep dive into the beginnings of this hysteria, the madness of the "trials" and executions and then we try to figure out how the hell this all began in the first place. Join two Massachusetts natives as we guilt our way through this black mark on our local history.
Guys! We have guests! Tonight we took look into just a corner of Salem's witchy history and chatted with two of our podfam members, Tyler and Mason from The Right Wrong Turn Podcast. Check it out and if you downloaded the first version of this that I posted, I apologize for the audio mess. This one is better, I promise. Enjoy, weirdos!
Guys, we have guests this week! The fellas from The Right Wrong Turn Podcast join us to talk about vodka, witches and which cult reigns supreme. Enjoy and go check them out wherever you listen to podcasts! Instagram: Rightwrongturnpodcast Twitter: trwtpodcast
In the conclusion of our tale covering David Parker Ray and his reprehensible crimes against humanity, we brought some audio clips. I never said this one was going to be easy to digest, guys. But it gets....kind of better at the end? Come on in, you got this far and we are in this together.
Guys. This is one of the worst cases you will ever lend your ears to. Park Ranger and all around rude dude David Parker Ray spent 40 years and over $100,000 dedicating his life to the abduction, torture, rape and murder of countless women. His MO reads like a script for the Saw franchise and that's putting it lightly. Hold onto your butts, because The Toy Box Killer is here.
Let's take a rather unpleasant trip back to 1922 where we meet The Grubers. This German family had it all: incest, a possibly haunted farm and their very own murder mystery. There is a lot to unpack in this case And since this family's very unfortunate new maid didn't even get the chance to unpack herself, we are here for you.