We’re back on schedule! Join us this week as Diana discusses one of her favorite topics: UFOs! Gina “talks more” about the disappearance of a young teenager, Brandon Swanson.
Join us this week as Gina discusses a cursed Hollywood screenplay and the ladies reflect on 2018 with some New Year tag questions!
Join hosts Diana and Gina for our 2nd annual Christmas special! This year Diana discusses a literary mystery and Gina tells us the origins of our favorite Christmas traditions.
Where have we been? Join us for a quick “no edit” catch up as we fill you in on where we’ve been and our plans for the podcast.
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Listen this week as Gina talks about the mysteriously haunted Annabelle doll and controversial paranormal investigators Ed & Lorraine Warren. Then Diana talks about the murder of Dariusz Janiszewski in Poland as well as the twists and turns that prove that the truth is stranger than fiction.
Join us for this finale to the two part series about the murder of the Black Dahlia, Elizabeth Short. In this episode we dig into the details of the investigation, review suspects, and discuss the media mayhem that surrounded this case.
Join us for part one of a two part series about the Black Dahlia, Elizabeth Short. In this episode we dive into the details of her life prior to her murder. From a humble Massachusetts upbringing to the tragic unsolved murder that cut her life short at 22, we are getting to know who Elizabeth “Beth” Short was before she became infamous.
Join us as the ladies pick a particular “theme” for this week’s episode: World War II. Diana discusses how the six Goebbel children were murdered by their parents at the end of the war and Gina discusses the Japanese biological warfare facility: Unit 731.
This week Gina talks about the death of Danny Hansford at the hand of Jim Williams in Savannah, Georgia. Then Diana talks about Dorothy Eady AKA Omm Sety, a woman who believed she was a reincarnated Egyptian priestess.
Join Diana and Gina this week as they talk more about the Lost Colony of Roanoke with a special guest.
Resource – A Kingdom Strange: The Brief and Tragic History of the Lost Colony of Roanoke by James Horn