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Bailey Sarian, a professional makeup artist & true crime connoisseur, is taking her expertise from her popular YouTube series, Murder, Mystery & Makeup, and expanding into the podcast world with Dark History! Each week, she will explore the chilling stories of the dark past from US and World History that they don't teach you in school!
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Welcome to the official YouTube channel for the exciting new show and podcast, exploring history's biggest events like never before! Join us as we delve into the past to uncover intriguing stories, conspiracy theories, and fascinating insights into some of history's most iconic moments. Subscribe to our channel now and be the first to catch our latest episodes, filled with captivating stories and intriguing insights into history's biggest events!
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Three babes talking and joking about creepy & macabre things that happened in history. While we try to be as accurate as possible, we are not professional historians and we do not claim to be experts.
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When Walls Can Talk: The Podcast is a journey into the unknown, exploring the fascinating history and paranormal happenings of some of the world's most haunted locations. Hosted by Denver-based witch, tarot reader, and paranormal enthusiast, Jeremy Haig, each episode delves into the mysteries, haunted histories, true crime cases and supernatural secrets that lie within the walls of haunted houses, abandoned buildings, and other eerie locations. With a combination of storytelling, interviews, ...
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As a middle school teacher, and now a college professor, my guests and I break down some of the darker corners of history with a keen on toward the whys and what nows. Season three brings in Jacob as a full time co-host. Its about the past, as well as our past as a family of not very ordinary people.
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My name is Ms. Vance, I am a high school history teacher, I believe in Liberty, and I do not believe in compulsory schooling. This will be a podcast about my thoughts, my feelings, and my attempts teach a class using theories of Liberty and choice, and how that works out, as well as content created by the students, sometimes even recorded by the students. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/darktruthpodcast/support
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Send us a Text Message. In the early 1830s, the landscape of the southeastern United States was home to a vibrant mosaic of Native American cultures, encompassing approximately 125,000 individuals who resided on expansive territories spanning Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, North Carolina, and Florida. These lands held profound significance, having be…
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Hi friends, happy Wednesday! People put their lives in the hands of doctors every day, but what if those doctors aren't so trustworthy? We've got a pair of crazy stories for you today... Dr. Max "Feelgood" Jacobson, who spent his career injecting politicians and Hollywood elite with his "feelgood" amphetamine vitamin cocktail till they were hooked,…
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Episode 317: Tim Bosma, a 32-year-old family man from Ancaster, Ontario, went missing in May 2013 after taking two men for a test drive of his truck. The two men were later identified as Dellen Millard, a 27-year-old heir to a Canadian aviation empire, and Mark Smich, a 24-year-old drug dealer and aspiring rapper. This case would expose the disturb…
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Join us in this thrilling episode of the Dark History Project, where we delve into one of the most compelling and controversial UFO cases in history—the Travis Walton abduction. In November 1975, Travis Walton, a young forestry worker from Snowflake, Arizona, vanished under mysterious circumstances, sparking a massive search and a whirlwind of medi…
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Hi friends, happy Wednesday! I recently came across this story about something called “The Lavender Scare.” I was like omg… first of all, what a beautiful name. Sounds nice, what is it? And turns out, it was a government sponsored witch hunt, hellbent on ruining the lives of millions of gay people in America… and nobody really talks about it. If yo…
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Episode 316: On January 18, 1987, 20-year-old University of Victoria student Marguerite Telesford disappeared during a morning jog in Saanich, British Columbia. Her bloody earmuffs, bloodstains, a discharged shotgun shell, and a pry bar were found, suggesting foul play, but her body was never located. In 1989, Scott Ian MacKay was convicted of seco…
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Send us a Text Message. As the glittering skyline of Manhattan rises majestically above the Hudson River, casting its shimmering reflection upon the waters below, it’s easy to be captivated by the city’s dazzling facade. But behind the gleaming skyscrapers and bustling streets lies a hidden history steeped in mystery, intrigue, and tragedy. From th…
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Episode 315: Barbara Gayle Stoppel, a 16-year-old waitress, was tragically murdered on December 23, 1981, in the women's washroom of Ideal Donut Shop in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She was strangled with a twine, and despite being found alive, she succumbed to her injuries after six days on life support. The murder case quickly became notorious not only du…
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Episode 314: Ezra Allen Miner, more commonly known as Bill Miner, was an infamous American stagecoach and train robber born in Michigan in 1846. Bill Miner's criminal career included an early arrest on April 3, 1866, for robbery, leading to a three-year sentence at San Quentin. Over thirty-five years, Miner was incarcerated for a cumulative total o…
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Send us a Text Message. A botched execution refers to an execution attempt that does not proceed as planned, resulting in complications, errors, or failures in carrying out the intended method of capital punishment. These complications can range from malfunctioning equipment, such as the failure of the electric chair or lethal injection apparatus, …
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Hi friends, happy Wednesday! The Challenger disaster is considered one of the worst tragedies in American history. It’s seared into our minds. But do we have any idea what went wrong? Like… why did it happen and who is responsible? So friends… I dug deep and found some answers. And lemme tell ya… I got some questions for NASA. I appreciate you for …
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Episode 313: Douglas Donald Moore, known in Meadowvale, Ontario, as a drug supplier for young teens, gained notoriety in Mississauga for killing three young men before taking his own life in his jail cell while awaiting trial on 11 charges for sexual assaults on three boys. Peel Regional Police assert that Robert Grewal, 22, of Meadowvale, and Gius…
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Hi friends, happy Wednesday! Did you know one of America’s deadliest riots actually started inside a theater in New York. But instead of a drunk senator causing the chaos--I'm looking at you, Lauren Boebert--it was caused by two actors, with decades of beef between them. And this beef turned into blood in the streets...and I *NEVER* hear anyone tal…
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Episode 312: In a home in Shediac, New Brunswick, on February 13, 1805, Amos Babcock, driven by delusions of divine mission, subjected his family to a horrifying ordeal. He gathered his wife, children and sister, Mercy, instilling fear with his erratic behaviour and unsettling declarations. Spurred by imagined threats and seeing himself as an instr…
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Send us a Text Message. Taphephobia is the fear of being buried alive. Though probably not a worry rooted in much truth today, being buried alive used to be a lot more common. In the absence of medical technology and morgues, ways of determining whether someone had really died ranged from pinching to burning. Even then, sometimes the person had sim…
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Hi friends, happy Wednesday! The story of the Kennedy’s has been so romanticized by the media over the years. People are *obsessed* with them. I personally have never understood it, because I just assumed they were like an old money family that wiggled their way into politics and partied their life away because they could. But no… they were so much…
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Embark on a journey of self-discovery and celestial wisdom as we reignite the enchanting flame of Monthly Tarot Magic. With tarot as our compass, this episode offers a sanctuary for souls seeking to deepen their understanding of life's ebbs and flows. I, your guide and medium, merge the esoteric with the practical, shedding light on self-care pract…
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Episode 311: On October 21, 2021, a tragic accident occurred on the set of the low-budget old-west movie Rust, filmed on a New Mexico ranch. Wife, mother and Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, 42, was fatally shot, and writer/director Joel Souza, 48, was injured. It was the lead actor and producer, Alec Baldwin, who was holding the prop gun that kill…
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Today we embark on a chilling journey through the shadowy world of the Zodiac Killer, one of America's most infamous and enigmatic criminals. Our story begins in the late 1960s, as fear grips the heart of Northern California. Through a series of brutal attacks and bizarre letters sent to local newspapers, the Zodiac Killer not only claimed responsi…
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In the summer of 2006, a young Calgary woman was on top of the world. She had a supportive family, amazing friends and a great job. But life as she knew it came to an abrupt stop in the middle of the night on August 6, 2006. In this episode, Global News senior crime reporter Nancy Hixt shares details of a violent attack- a story that’s every woman’…
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Hi friends, happy Wednesday! Never in history has there been a more unappreciated animal than the pigeon. Most people think they are just disease infected rats with wings. Right? But actually, pigeons were our companions for centuries. All they wanted to do was help us send our silly little messages and stop wars, and what did they get in return? A…
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Episode 310: On October 21, 2021, a tragic accident occurred on the set of the low-budget old-west movie Rust, filmed on a New Mexico ranch. Wife, mother and Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, 42, was fatally shot, and writer/director Joel Souza, 48, was injured. It was the lead actor and producer, Alec Baldwin, who was holding the prop gun that kill…
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Venture with us behind the silver screen where the legacy of "Mommie Dearest" blurs the line between legend and scandal. As we unravel the film's cultural impact, we pay homage to the artistry and hardships of Joan Crawford and Faye Dunaway, two women whose identities were forever intertwined by this notorious biopic. The glamorous yet dark underbe…
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In this episode, a gripping podcast episode that sheds light on one of the most infamous chapters in American history. Join us as we unravel the complex web of fear, superstition, and turmoil that led to the Salem witch trials, a period marked by accusations, trials, and executions that continue to fascinate and horrify us to this day. This episode…
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Send us a Text Message. Today I thought a change of pace would be in order, I know people tune in for the dark or mysterious tales of history but sometimes it’s just better to leave the heavy stuff for an episode or two. Today we will celebrate some of the mind-bending, bizarre, absurd, and downright unbelievable stories that have happened in histo…
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Hi friends, happy Wednesday! Now, before the Olympics were a thing, it was really just a bunch of Greek competitions about testing physical limits. They had no fancy ass equipment or Nike sponsorships. But since then, a lot of people have been abused, and cities have been destroyed. And apparently, people like you and I pay for the Olympics to exis…
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Episode 309: In Mike's first book, Murder, Madness and Mayhem, he wrote about an unknown man whose body was found on Somerton Park beach near Adelaide, Australia, by two trainee jockeys who’d been out with their horses on the morning of December 1, 1948. Lying in peaceful repose, the man wore a suit, overdressed for the warm Australian summer, and …
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Join us as we embark on an enthralling journey back to ancient Egypt, delving into the centuries-old mystery that has fascinated historians, archaeologists, and enthusiasts alike: the lost tomb of Cleopatra VII, the last queen of Egypt. Despite her legendary life and dramatic death, the final resting place of Cleopatra remains one of history's grea…
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Dare you uncover the secrets that haunt the ethereal landscapes of Transylvania? Join me, Jeremy Haig, as we traverse the hallowed ground of the Hoia-Baciu Forest, where legend has it a shepherd and his beloved succumbed to a fate as twisted as the woodland's gnarled trees. Together, we'll probe the depths of Romania's most enchanting and terrifyin…
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