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Episode 43: Dylatov Pass Incident

July 22nd, 2017

On February 2, 1959 In the Ural Mountains of the Soviet Union, 9 experienced hikers met a grusome fate. To this day no one knows what happened to the hikers. Despite having cameras and journals, all we have are theories. Its like a real life Blair Witch Project.


Episode 42: The Laci Peterson Murder

July 10th, 2017

On Christmas Eve 2002 Laci Peterson and her unborn baby Conner went missing. The eventual suspect was Laci's husband and Conner's dad, Scott. The lies that came out following the disapperance and murder are the stuff soap operas write about.


Episode 41: Matthew Shepard

June 26th, 2017

In 1998 Matthew Shepard suffered a crime so horrific we almost stopped researching and chose another topic.


Episode 40: Haunted Cemeteries

June 19th, 2017

In this episode Holly and Heather talk about some famous cemeteries and the hauntings that are rumored to be seen. They also talk aboutthe upcoming trip to Boston and share some exiting news.


Episode 39: Rodney Alcala The Dating Game Killer

June 12th, 2017

In 1968 Rodney would claim his first victim and would go on to kill an undetermined number of women. Despite his body count he is still a relatively unknown serial killer.


Episode 38: Amusement Parks

June 5th, 2017

In this episode we talk about one of our favorite summer time activities....Amusement Parks.


Episode 37: Highway of Tears

May 30th, 2017

To continue with the highway theme this week we discuss a 450 mile stretch of road in Canada. Highway 16 has played host to the disapperance of a varying number of girls between 1969 until 2011.


Episode 36: Haunted Highways

May 22nd, 2017

All across the United States are roads that people claim are haunted. In todays episode the sisters discuss alleged haunted highways from Kentucky and beyond. Are the hauntings real or are they just urban legends? Today's stupid criminal is a Jesus loving night owl.



Episode 35: Going Postal

May 16th, 2017

Today's episode the sisters look at the Post Office Murder that coined the phrase going postal which of course means becoming so mad you snap and cause violence usually in the work place. The first instance of the phrase being used was after Patrick Sherrill from Edmond Oklahoma shot 14 coworkers and himself and injured 6 others at the Edmond Post Office. They also discuss some Post Office shooting leading up to and following the Edmond Massacre.


Episode 34: Van Lear Coal Mine

May 10th, 2017

We revisit an early episode the Van Lear Coal Mine. We grew up right beside the mine and talk about the creepy sightings we both wittnessed.