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The unknown. It lies at the root of all fear, and has inspired legends, superstition, folklore, customs, hysteria, and even murder throughout history. Still today we feel the shadowy presence of our ancestors' struggles to explain the mysterious in almost every facet of our lives. Whether it be in the form of religion, urban legends, pop culture, ghost stories, superstitious rituals, and so much more we are still just fighting to keep our monsters in the dark. Welcome to The Strange and Unus ...
 
Welcome Travelers, to the place between light and shadow, science and superstition... The Fifth Dimension. In this uncanny space, our denizens decode the themes, lessons, and cultural impact of The Twilight Zone - Jordan Peele's revival, Rod Serling's immortal classic, and ever other stop along this peculiar highway. Join us as we sojourn through the different, the bizarre, the inexplicable - the limitless terrain of the mind itself.
 
The legend of King Arthur and the Sword in the Stone is known throughout England. The location of the Stone and the true beginnings of where it actually happened is less well known.This is the story of how Arthur became King of Wessex and then of England. Simply joining up the dots in and around a modern Somerset village is all we need. We can of course refer to Glastonbury in Somerset and Tintagel in Cornwall as traditional points of reference. Although these are important places within the ...
 
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Hey Listeners - There’s a new true crime podcast from Wondery that I just started listening to that I think you should check out. It’s called KILLER PSYCHE. If you’re a True Crime fan like me then you know there are a lot of true crime stories out there. We watch them on TV, read about them in the news, and of course... We listen to them on podcast…
 
Join me for a bonus horror story reading of 'The Body-Snatcher' by Robert Louis Stevenson. If you haven't listened to episode 10, 'Grave Matters in Edinburgh', you may want to listen to that first, to hear the real-story of Burke and Hare, that inspired Stevenson's fiction.저자 Alyson Horrocks | Morbid Network
 
Ash and Alaina from 'Morbid: A True Crime Podcast' are joined in a discussion with the wonderful and charming Rachael O'Brien from the podcast 'Seven Deadly Sinners'. Take a listen and fall in love with more of the Morbid Network family!저자 Alyson Horrocks | Morbid Network
 
The story of The Moated Stone contains references to people and places that you may be familiar with or even have visited. This may indeed be the case, although very unlikely unless you are from the village in question. However, if you are from the village then it is very likely that I already know you or the people you know! Please be assured that…
 
The legend of King Arthur and the Sword in the Stone is known throughout England, and this is the story of the stones location. I decided to write about Wadhams Castle and historical Knightly deeds of King Arthur and also acknowledging the philanthropist attributes of the Wadham family. Plus of course, just to the North of wadhams Castle is the loc…
 
On this episode is a collection of haunting winter tales, some new to the podcast and others are old friends from past episodes. So, get cozy and comfortable, get a roaring fire going, and join me as we revive the old Victorian custom of telling scary ghost stories.저자 Alyson Horrocks | Morbid Network
 
In this conclusion of our journey through the Victorian cult of death, we delve into the rise of post mortem photography, 19th century viewings and funerals, the rise in desire for corpse preservation, the birth of the garden cemetery, mourning wear and widows weeds, and the annoyance and perils of crepe, especially crepe veils. You'll also hear th…
 
"Dark Parade," a phrase in a Emily Dickinson’s poem, captures the spirit of the Victorian cult of death, a social movement built on strict mourning rules and funerals, the fetishizing of ephemera of the dead, a movement that was meant to beautify and romanticize the horrific. In this first part of our look into Victorian mourning and death, we expl…
 
Often we want to sequester ourselves in some pretty, little hamlet, and leave the rest of the world behind. But in this telling of 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow', we find that when you do, you may just lose your head. Join me as I talk of contagion and fear, ghosts and goblins, and of the Headless Horseman and Ichabod Crane during this spooky time o…
 
Join me as I tell part three, THE CONCLUSION, of a ghostly tale I wrote about an old, haunted house in the fictional town of Winthrop Falls, Massachusetts. The curse of Winthrop Falls began on Halloween night in 1866, after a mysterious, bloody, accident befell a young woman alone in a dark cellar, but the curse touches everyone in the house up thr…
 
STATE OF DECAY - SEASON 2, EPISODE 4 Jack St. James is an accomplished liar when she needs to be - to the right people and in the right circumstances, anyway. But when Jack's older brother comes to town demanding answers, she finds obscuring the truth is a lot harder than she expected it to be. Plus, a goat, a morgue, a sock on a door, and a health…
 
CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER - SEASON 2, EPISODE 3 Part 2 – Wildland Fire Flip over a rock in Superstition and a story crawls out from underneath it. And Jack St. James is making it her business to uncover as many stories as she can - in the hopes one will lead to her own answers. As a conclusion - a prologue, two sisters, and seven years of bad luck. (Part…
 
CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER - SEASON 2 EPISODE 3 Part 2 – Dead On My Feet Flip over a rock in Superstition and a story crawls out from underneath it. And Jack St. James is making it her business to uncover as many stories as she can - in the hopes one will lead to her own answers. Today - an argument, a diner, and a couple of dead bodies. (Part 2 of 3.) Th…
 
CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER - SEASON 2 EPISODE 3 Part 1 – See You Down The Road Flip over a rock in Superstition and a story crawls out from underneath it. And Jack St. James is making it her business to uncover as many stories as she can - in the hopes one will lead to her own answers. Today - a book, a conversation, and a letter from Superstition's very …
 
Join me as I tell part two of a ghostly tale I wrote specifically focused on the Halloween season, though it fits all seasons, if you're macabre enough! The curse of Winthrop Falls, Massachusetts began on Halloween night in 1866 after a mysterious, bloody accident befell a young woman alone in a dark cellar. But was she really alone? In part two, w…
 
THOSE WHO HARM - SEASON 2 EPISODE 2 Even when Jack St. James isn't looking for trouble it seems to find her anyway - today, in the form of a paperboy who sprints into her office convinced that he's being followed by something nobody else can see. Plus, Jack contends with unfortunate work uniforms, family troubles, old, old stories, and a water main…
 
SIGNS AND SYMBOLS - SEASON 2 EPISODE 1 Against her better judgment, Jack St. James is determined to understand the strange and unusual stories that fill the town of Superstition, Arizona. No case is too strange for Superstition's only working private investigator - even the case of Annabelle Black, who asks for Jack's help in finding her missing tw…
 
A note from Molly McNichols, President of the Superstition, Arizona Board of Tourism... In the town of Superstition, Arizona, the strange and unusual crawl out of the woodwork like termites. Against her better judgment, Jack St. James is determined to understand them. Monster hunters, wayward morticians, car accidents and curses - nothing is too st…
 
Join me as I tell a ghostly tale I wrote specifically for the late autumn season. The curse of Winthrop Falls, Massachusetts began on Halloween night in 1866 after a mysterious and bloody accident befell a young woman who, at the time, was alone in a dark cellar. But was she really alone? In part one we follow the curse as it winds it way through t…
 
In our last mini episode between seasons 1 and 2 - hear a tale from Superstition's master storyteller himself. Duncan O'Connell is a newspaper man, which means his business is stories. He collects them. And today he's going to tell one. Superstition Season 2 returns in December, 2019. Journalistic Integrity stars Dallas Mugno as Duncan O'Connell. I…
 
Jacqueline St. James is new in town. Not an easy thing to be, in a town so small you might walk right through someone and out the other side. No way to know the impact until after it happened. Sometimes - you just have to get some advice. (Or - Jack St. James gets her cards read). This mini episode stars Kira Apple as Jack, with Dallas Mugno as Dun…
 
Lieutenant Tom Madrazo handles a great deal of unusual happenings as a member of the Superstition Police Force. It's the way of small town life. He's not a man who puts a lot of stock in fairy tales, but his view has shifted a little in the last few months. Like this tale - which begins under the light of a full moon... "Rare Meat" stars Alex Galle…
 
Captain Mark O’Connell of the Superstition Police Department plays his cards close to his chest. A habit that started early. Getting a true story out of him is like trying to square a circle: Not worth the math. This episode stars Nathan Comstock as Captain O'Connell, with Dallas Mugno as Duncan. It was written and edited by Sarah Kolb. Superstitio…
 
Sometimes, people keep secrets locked up tighter than a millionaire's bank account. Isabella Najle isn't likely to to tell hers to anyone. Most of the time, she won't share what she did today. Today's an exception. (A story about a motorcycle ride, a big question, and a date). This episode stars Georie Taylor as Isabella, with Kira Apple as Jack an…
 
Jennifer Millay works hard to keep the understaffed, underfunded Superstition Public Library operational. It's not an easy job, on a good day. And today is not a good day. Cast: This mini episode stars Natalie Hunter as Jenny, with Dallas Mugno as Duncan. It was written and edited by Sarah Kolb. Support Superstition on Patreon: https://www.patreon.…
 
Monsters have been with us from the dawn of humankind. The monster's history in our mythology and belief systems speaks to the many hidden needs and fears within the human mind. On this episode, we explore why the human mind has always needed monsters, through combat myths, Beowulf, an Egyptian creation myth, Greek tragedy, and more. And in homage …
 
There are many ways to find things out that people don’t want you to know. Kate Millay is particularly good at it - and she doesn’t even have to try. Sometimes, secrets just come to her. Call it a hunch, if you want to. Cast: Amanda Rainey as Kate Millay, Sarah Kolb as the ghost, with Dallas Mugno as Duncan O'Connell. Written and edited by Sarah Ko…
 
For the season finale of Jordan Peele's The Twilight Zone, The Fifth Dimension steps off camera with Sophie (Zazie Beetz), a troubled screenwriter who finds herself inside her own episode titled, "Blurryman". Needless to say, things get meta for the co-hosts as they open their own doors. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/…
 
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