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From Executive Producer Patrick Hinds and the Obsessed Network comes a new podcast about all the things that make us wonder. Each week, we’ll tell you a true story that will fascinate and terrify you: a family who receive letters from a “Watcher” after moving into their new house, a hotel that’s seen so much death that it has to be cursed, UFO encounters, hauntings, Bigfoot sightings, and so much more. Written and hosted by Tony Award-winning actor and celebrated writer Daisy Eagan, “Strange ...
 
The 3D world can be an incredible place. Our lives often intersect high strangeness and the unexplained including spirit people, faeries, angels, extraterrestrials, and more. Join Christi Ahl, Psychic Medium, Intuition Development Coach and Author, as she explores the seen and unseen. Whether you've personally experienced spirit people, faeries, extraterrestrials, high strangeness, something unexplained or are simply curious about all things woo this show gives you information and tools you ...
 
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When Nicole Daedone walked into a party in 1998, she was unexpectedly introduced to a “new sexuality practice.” This awakening would spawn an idea: a company centered around embracing the power of the female orgasm. OneTaste made a splash with the likes of Silicon Valley movers and shakers, but as with any belief system monetized under capitalism, …
 
Hey Strangers! We're off this week so please enjoy a rerun our of season 1 finale. Look up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... a humanoid, moth-like creature? The Mothman entered the scene of Point Pleasant, West Virginia in 1966 and has fascinated our imaginations since. Here’s how an anomaly with glowing red eyes flew straight into the…
 
In 1971, a man with sunglasses, a raincoat and a small attache case boarded a flight, lit a cigarette and calmly told his stewardess that he had a bomb and a handful of demands. Dan Cooper –misnamed as D.B. Cooper in the press– would go down in history for the stunt he’d pull off, skyjacking a plane and jumping off of it into the night. America was…
 
Hey Strangers! The Obsessed Network has as a brand new podcast from the former hosts and creators of Obsessed with: Disappeared. It's called I Think Not! Enjoy the trailer here and check out the first episode out now wherever you get your podcasts. NOTE: If you were already subscribed to Obsessed with: Disappeared, STAY subscribed. I Think Not! is …
 
At nine years old, Asha Degree packed her bookbag, left her family home in Shelby, North Carolina and set about walking along a nearby highway. The search for Asha would unfold over 20 years, testing family, law enforcement and a confused community all up to today. No one has seen her since, but many wonder what errant clues haven’t been revealed i…
 
We pull a lot of accounts with strange & unexplained phenomena from the anonymous posting site Reddit on this podcast. After all, its creators endeavored for it to be the “front page of the internet.” However, when a frequent poster –claiming to be a World War II veteran– advertised his own image-hosting site on Reddit back in 2009, a mystery would…
 
For all intents and purposes, German brewer Johann Adam Lemp achieved the so-called American Dream for generations of his descendants when he arrived in St. Louis, Missouri in 1838. His humble lager recipe ballooned into a huge brewery with a family mansion to match. However, as the business got passed down the line, dark history unfurled –haunting…
 
The New York Lunatic Asylum opened its doors in 1839 with a mission to humanely treat the mentally ill of NYC from the tranquil isolation of an island on the East River. However, as the years unfolded, cracks showed, trouble ensued and an intrepid reporter found herself within the institution’s walls, reporting its downfall for the world to see. He…
 
Tara Calico was a smart, accomplished and athletic college freshman who biked into the New Mexico desert one morning in 1988 and never came back. A year later, a peculiar photograph appeared in a parking lot over a thousand miles away in Florida. The search for Tara would enlist the help of investigators across an ocean only to eventually reveal co…
 
Feeling dead inside is one thing, but truly believing it is a mysterious, medical reality. With only about 200 known cases worldwide, Cotard’s Syndrome is a rare condition characterized by delusions of missing body parts, lost organs or being dead altogether –even while technically living to tell the tale. In this episode, we’ll go over the history…
 
One wintry day in 1922, six bodies were discovered on a remote farm in Bavaria. The scene was ominous, scattered with clues indicating an unclear couple of days leading up to the sextuple murder of the family and its maid. Decades later, investigators landed on a culprit whose name still hasn’t been revealed. The tragedy at Hinterkaifeck was a myst…
 
In 2006, a man was found on the ballroom floor of a hotel in Baltimore, with a hole in the ceiling overhead and a mystery surrounding the occurrence. Rey Rivera was –for all intents and purposes– an average guy, who lived, worked and loved in search of greater purpose. But upon going missing, he left clues along the way leading straight back to tha…
 
In the wake of Pearl Harbor, the United States employed an old method of surveillance along its west coast: blimps. And when two pilots took off in one high above San Francisco Bay one summer morning in 1942, no one could have predicted its wild and wacky ride. A crash landing followed by the discovery of an empty cabin confused onlookers and navy …
 
One December morning in turn-of-the-20th-century New York City, a young society woman went out to run errands and never returned home. Dorothy Arnold’s forbidden love affair, writerly aspirations and wealth combined to stir up intrigue over what happened to her at the time. Today –over a hundred years on– her disappearance is still a mystery. This …
 
We're taking a break this week so here's a listen back to our very first episode, based on the same story as the new series "The Watcher" out today on Netflix. In June 2014, Derek and Maria Broaddus bought their dream home in Westfield, New Jersey - a 6-bedroom, 3.5-bath mansion at 657 Boulevard. Just days later, before the family even moved in, th…
 
In the early 1800s, a Tennessee farm-dwelling family began hearing suspicious noises around their home, seeing strange apparitions along their property and believing a wicked force had befallen them. The Bell Witch would go on to become a legendary haunting, complete with ghostly dialogue, violent scares in the night and even a cowardly visit from …
 
This is a funny question I get all the time. It's funny because just because I can doesn't me it's for my greatest and highest good to win the lottery. Of course folks could argue that by winning the lottery I could effect change in the world for the better so why can't I predict and win it? The answer isn't as simple as you think. Theme Song: Ring…
 
In the late 1960s, the Zodiac Killer terrorized Northern California not necessarily via his body count –only five confirmed victims over the course of a year– but through his ability to manipulate fear into notoriety. Letters to newspapers, codes to crack and mysterious phone calls to police baited many into tormenting themselves with the question:…
 
An estimated one million people flock to the enigma that is Stonehenge every year, yet the origin of this circle of stones remains unknown. Who built it? How? And, of course, why? In this episode, we’ll cover the facts, debates and theories concerning this mysterious landmark and its five thousand-year history on Salisbury Plain.…
 
There are a few examples of telepathy that have been labelled as mother's intuition or twin communication. Essentially both of these are linked to the bond that is between family members. But what if I told you that you DON'T have to have a family or close friend bond in order to experience telepathic communication. It's true. In this episode I'll …
 
Have you ever left your body, willingly or not? Astral projection has a long history, stretching from ancient religious texts and up through our current, quarantined imaginations. We humans desire to get out of ourselves from time to time, but when we do…where do we go? In this episode, we’ll head into the astral realm with the fascinating practice…
 
Mind control –as a conspiracy and fear– has its long, questionable history in the United States. Starting in the 1950s in response to the Korean War and up through the LSD tests of the 1960s, the American government cooked up some experiments for the purpose of psychological manipulation. The top-secret CIA program MK Ultra spawned suspicion… as we…
 
We're taking a break this week so here's an episode from our first season you may not have heard yet. There she lay face down on a beach towel, naked in the sand: handless, dead and with a mouth full of expensive dental work. In 1974, when a kid and her dog discovered the body of a young woman in Provincetown, Massachusetts, a mystery took off. Who…
 
In the early hours of a June morning in 1997, 26-year-old Lori Ceci Bova stepped outside for a smoke break and never came back. She forgot her cigarettes, for one, and as the search for Lori unfolded more questions than answers emerged. Loved ones, police and bystanders took turns being cagey, and the abundance of psychic input on the case led ever…
 
Welcome to the magical world of Disney theme parks, where the huggable characters, glistening turkey legs and all around sparkle are a sheen over some dark secrets –which makes sense. Any place touting a policy of zero death on its grounds has to have some skeletons hidden away.Kirjoittanut Obsessed Network
 
We're taking a break this week so here's an episode from our first season you may not have heard yet. We'll be back with a new episode next week! This is the story of a cook who refused to wash her hands and the health department that chased her around New York City in search of a stool sample. She’d end up alone on an island, but everyone knew her…
 
Imagine surviving a freak accident and coming out the other side unrecognizable – not on the exterior, but inside. Where do our personalities live, and how can they shift drastically? In season one, we covered miraculous talents resulting from traumatic brain injury. On this episode, we’ll head to the dark side of personality change with the storie…
 
Can you hear that? It’s like a car –idling in the distance– or a plane on a tarmac, with a tinge of oil crackling in a pan. Since the 1970s a mysterious sound has tormented communities across the globe and confounded those curious to find its source. With no recording of it in existence, and only 2 to 10 percent of affected area populations able to…
 
In 1974, an article in a local paper turned the sleepy town of Stull, Kansas upside down. It was about an abandoned church and its surrounding cemetery. Accounts of cold brushes with spirits and theories on a stairway to hell drew the likes of rowdy college students and celebrities alike, including Kurt Cobain and Ariana Grande. But what’s more hau…
 
The possibility of parallel universes has long been considered in science fiction, pop culture and even plain, old physics. Accounts of interdimensional travel stretch back to the 12th century and forward to the annals of reddit today. On this episode, we’ll parse through some of these stories about slipping out the other side.…
 
Jack and Janet Smurl were your typical, civically engaged, small-town couple. That is, until they –and their four kids– moved into a haunted house in West Pittston, Pennsylvania. Exploding appliances, strange sounds, violent events and a foul odor tortured the family inside while drawing onlookers and media outside. But was this craze the work of a…
 
The trial of teenage murderer Alice Mitchell was an all out spectacle. After killing her former lover Freda Ward in a crime of passion, no one seemed to believe her motivation –least of all her own defense team. She’d end up pleading present insanity under the counsel of men who couldn’t even begin to comprehend any deviation from the sexual and ge…
 
When 19-year-old Alice Mitchell jumped from a carriage and slit the throat of 17-year-old Freda Ward one fateful day in 1892, a rampant fascination over the drama soon followed. Alice loved Freda and killed her accordingly –to the crazed confusion of nearly everyone in Memphis, Tennessee and beyond. In the first half of our pride series, we’ll go o…
 
The mythic metropolis of Atlantis has long been an object of our curiosity, but the search for where it was and who lived there has left its origin story underwater. On this episode, we’ll explore how this thought experiment about a fallen empire from the mind of Plato turn into a justification for grand projects of bigotry from eugenicists, pseudo…
 
Animal guides or power animals as they are often described are the truest representation of the group of animals. For example, if you have an elephant as a power animal you aren't being guided by a single one you are being guided by the collective energy of the species. Each power animal can be with you for a situation or a season. Their energy can…
 
As a sensitive and intuitive person, it sounds like it would be easy to tell if someone is lying to you. The catch is we are still human, our ego can jump in and try to make logical sense of what we are feeling, the history we have with a person and other circumstances we may use to explain away someone not being truthful. In this episode I explain…
 
We're taking a break for the holiday so we wanted to feature an episode from our first season you may not have heard yet. We'll be back with a new episode next week! Columbus Ohio 2006, 1:15 am: 27-year-old medical student Brian Shaffer is seen on a surveillance camera walking into a bar with two friends. But he never comes back out. Somehow, in a …
 
When Neil Armstrong touched down and said “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” he meant it, right? The 1969 moon landing was a long-awaited event that brought the world together and the United States across the Space Race finish line. But, as with any historic victory for powerful people in powerful governments, doubters soo…
 
We left off in the ill-fated Dryden, NY with two high school cheerleaders missing and a town in mourning for years of tragedy under its belt. In the second half of this series on the “Village of the Damned,” we’ll go over the hunt for a murderer and the unfortunate string of deaths that followed. How did this decade of terror come to a conclusion? …
 
Dryden, New York is your typical, small town nestled among forestry, ponds and plains. But in the 1990s, that peace was disrupted by a string of events so tragic it was hard not to suspect a site-specific curse. Dryden would come to be known for a time as the “Village of the Damned,” and in Part 1 of this series we’ll trace the first half of this o…
 
After former president Abraham Lincoln was shot dead at Ford’s Theatre, a manhunt for John Wilkes Booth ensued immediately. History tells us Booth was captured by Union soldiers on a farm in Virginia 12 days after the assassination, but contrarians to this story have been begging to differ even since. Did John Wilkes Booth escape after all? On this…
 
The dream world is a mysterious place of delights, nightmares and lots and lots of memories. But what if we could control it? Many do by harnessing the skill and cultural fascination that is lucid dreaming. On this episode, we’ll explore the origins, possibilities and dangers of the practice.Kirjoittanut Obsessed Network
 
This show has a bone to pick true crime podcasts. Where are all the women’s perspectives? The detectives, the witnesses, the movers and shakers of any case are not always dudes. So let’s widen our framework, shall we? On Let The Women Do The Work, join host Gillian Pensavalle as she follows the stories of ten dynamic, inspiring, badass women in tru…
 
What started as mysterious letters to a UFOlogist turned into a rumor straight out of science fiction. The USS Eldridge –a naval destroyer– undoubtedly existed, but how did it become the subject of alleged teleportation in a top secret government experiment? On this episode, we’ll traverse the murky waters of the story that brought The Philadelphia…
 
History’s most infamous serial killers had calling cards, from names and symbols to systems and strategies of predation. But the only thing tying together the story of Edward Wayne Edwards was his ability to resist definition. He was a robber and a self-proclaimed “reformed man.” He was a father and a Zodiac Killer enthusiast. He was a vocal oppone…
 
The Berenstain Bears, Tony the Tiger’s blue nose and a ‘90s movie starring Sinbad as a genie have all come back to haunt us. What started off as confusion over Nelson Mandela’s death date has exploded over the years into mass mixups concerning the big and small. On this episode, we’ll dive head first into this global phenomenon that is the Mandela …
 
I absolutely believe in reincarnation and find it fascinating that there have been carryover interests in my life know that I discovered were part of my previous life. I had a really in depth past life regression session and found direct correlations to my interests in this life. Of course, not ALL of my interests are directly related to a previous…
 
Look up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... a humanoid, moth-like creature? The Mothman entered the scene of Point Pleasant, West Virginia in 1966 and has fascinated our imaginations since. Here’s how an anomaly with glowing red eyes flew straight into the heart of this small town’s identity.…
 
One of Georgia’s most popular tourist attractions is also the site of some dark history. From the bottom up, the manmade Lake Lanier holds everything from ghost town remnants, to bodies to monstrous catfish. The legends along its shores only add to that lore. On this episode, we’ll dive into one of the deadliest lakes in the United States.…
 
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