He could scratch you and spit blue flame in your face, then run away really fast and leap moderately high walls in a single bound. He was Spring-Heeled Jack and he terrorized England in the 19th century.
This is the first in our (almost) month long celebration of Halloween. Let’s face it, it’s the funnest holiday we have.
Jay Z and Beyonce. Kanye and probably Kim. Eminem. Well, pretty much all of hip hop, but also Obama and the Bushes and Queen Elizabeth. All modern members of the Illuminati - the most dangerous group you are not allowed to know about.
Five Sodder children supposedly died in a fire on Christmas Eve 1945. But if they did, where were the burned bodies? And who made the strange phone call that night? And who took the ladder that could save them? And who were those kids seen with strangers the next morning?
Two men found dead on a hill in Rio in 1966. Nice suits? Check. Raincoats? Check. A bunch of money? Check. Cryptic instructions in a notebook? Check. Homemade lead masks on their faces? Check and check.
This book is written in indecipherable letters, has pictures of unknown plants and animals and naked women, and no one knows who wrote it. Yet it's still better than Fifty Shades of Gray. Let's investigate the mysterious Voynich Manuscript.
Was it an alien attack that caused a houseful of Kentuckians to flee in terror from their home in the middle of the night? Or was it something even worse? (Spoiler: it wasn't something worse, but that sounded really scary.)
They flicker at the edge of our vision, dark, ominous and... shadowy? Most of the time they just aren't that into us, but sometimes they mean us harm. You'd better listen to this podcast for your own safety.
She was a young, pretty mother of two, so when Sherri Papini disappeared while out jogging, naturally it was big news. But was she really kidnapped? Or is there more to this mystery than who stole Sherri Papini for three weeks?
Please to be listening to our podcast upon this book of translation greatness. English as she is spoke! Wherein Pedro Cavolino doesn't let the fact that he knew no English stop him from writing the greatest foreign language translation book of all time.
No, we don't mean Harvey Weinstein and his ilk. We mean an actual civilization of Lizard People that built a maze of tunnels beneath L.A., the gold they hid there, and the geophysicist genius who found them.
When five fighter jets mysteriously disappeared in 1945, the Bermuda Triangle wasn't even an idea yet. When it became one, this was why. But is the real mystery why this was ever a mystery in the first place?