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DB Cooper Episode:108

August 20th, 2019 · Comments

On November 24, 1971 a man identifying himself as Dan Cooper bought a ticket to Seattle from Portland. What took place after that has remained the only unsolved case of air piracy in the history of commercial aviation.


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Episode 45: Superstitions and Their Origins

August 7th, 2017 · Comments

Have you ever wondered why you do some of the things you do, like cross your fingers and knock on wood for luck? Have you ever wondered where some of the most common superstitions originated from? This episode the sisters talk about some of the most common superstitions and how they came to be. They also throw in a completely random superstitious act that they do. 

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Episode 14: Killer Clowns

October 11th, 2016 · Comments

Do you live in one of the areas of the country that has had creepy clown sightings? Today's episode we talk briefly about the current clown sightings, the Urban Legend of the Killer Clown and the very true legend of the killer clown John Wayne Gacy.

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Episode 13: Victims Fight Back

September 16th, 2016 · Comments

Serial killers often target their victims. Every once in a while a serial killer will pick the wrong target. The victim is able to turn the tables and either escape or even kill the attacker. Today's episode we talk about two instances where the victim became the victor and was able t o defeat the attacker. Today's episode is sponsored by https://www.etsy.com/shop/AandEproduction

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Episode 12: Ghosts of the Van Lear Coal Camp

July 18th, 2016 · Comments

At one time coal was a booming business and coal camps were a bustling community. The dangerous and back breaking nature of the work meant death was always a concern.

Today's episode shares some history of the coal camp Heather and Holly Grew up in. We are not coal miners daughters, but we have been shaped by the Van Lear coal mines just the same. Our perception of ghosts and the spirit world will always be strongly influenced by the miner’s ghosts we saw so long ago in our childhood. Experiences that would take years, and countless hours of research for us to reach the bottom of. Van Lear holds many ghosts. Sit a spell on the porch of the old company store and the locals may just share a few tales. Drive the winding Miller’s Creek road at dusk and you may catch a fleeting glimpse of a long dead miner walking home covered in thick black dust. #Paranormal #ghosts #coal camp #Kentucky

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Episode 11: Satanic Panic

July 8th, 2016 · Comments

This week we discuss the darker side of human behavior. In one episode we will discuss how a group of teens fascination with the vampire lifestyle left a couple murdered in their Florida home. Another episode discuses moral panic and its role in shaping and defining who we are as people. We are going through a moral panic in some regards right now. In the 1980's and 1990's the fear was much darker, sinister, the fear that those around us were leading double lives. Normal neighbors by day, Satan worshiping monsters by night.

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Episode 10: Ghostly Encounters

June 22nd, 2016 · Comments

Sometimes things happen that makes you run your eyes and wonder, did I really see that? Today's episode we will hear 3 stories of times we weren't sure of what we were seeing was real or our eyes playing tricks on us.

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Episode 9: Mysterious Kentucky

June 7th, 2016 · Comments

In this episode Holly and Heather talk about some Kentucky folk lore and mysteries. Could there be a mysterious primate roaming the valleys and hills? Many claim to see phantom cars, babies wailing and even a lady in white. Could these be real or a figment of our imaginations.

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Episode 8: Dangerous Education

May 31st, 2016 · Comments

School Shootings is always a sensitive subject and no one knows that better than us. Our home state of Kentucky had two school shootings while we were in high school. That is in part why we waited until school was out for the summer. Today we share those stories with you, along with a story of what is thought to be one of the first school shootings. Where a case of the Monday's was the excuse.

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Episode 7: Killer Jazz

May 16th, 2016 · Comments

In early 1900's someone was hunting families. The weapon of choice, an Axe. Was it the man the news media dubbed the Axe Man or was it Clementine Barnabette a Voodoo Priestess, or could it have been someone else entirely.

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