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4
Jun 2019

Mercy Brown | Episode 21 | Simply Strange

In the late 1800's, the entire family of George Brown slowly succumbed to a horrid disease that ate away at their bodies. At first it just seemed that the Brown family had exceptionally bad luck, but as time went on and the illness worsened, people began to wonder if there was more to the story. Soon their search for answers led them beyond the grave.

This is the story of Mercy Brown.

 

 

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Stay Strange :)

 

22
May 2019

Mary Celeste | Episode 20 | Simply Strange

In December of 1872, a merchant ship was discovered floating aimlessly about in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, with its crew nowhere to be found. There was no sign of foul play, nor were there any clues at all as to why exactly the crew abandoned their ship and, to this day, it remains one of the most fascinating mysteries of the high seas.

 

This week we tell the story of Mary Celeste.

 

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9
May 2019

The Baldoon Mystery | Episode 19 | Simply Strange

In 1829, the McDonald family began to experience a bizarre string of events with life changing consequences. Over the years, dozens of people witnessed flying rocks and spontaneous fires breaking out - yet, even today, there is no explanation as to what exactly happened there and the McDonald family's tormentor remains one of Canada's most perplexing tales.

 

This week we tell the story of the Baldoon Mystery.

 

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23
Apr 2019

Wendigo | Episode 18 | Simply Strange

According to Algonquian folkore, the Wendigo is a terrifying, emaciated monster with glowing red eyes and decaying skin - like it has just crawled out of a shallow grave. But, while it is certainly physically imposing, the true danger of the Wendigo lies in the effect that it can have on the mind.

This week we tell a collection of Wendigo tales.

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Keep it secret. Keep it strange.

 

10
Apr 2019

Clarence Roberts | Episode 17 | Simply Strange

In 1970, Clarence Roberts hit financial rock bottom. He was a proud and previously successful man, and he was desperately looking for a way to pull his family out of debt. It seemed that he was willing to do just about anything to get there. But what he did, exactly, we will likely never know.

This is the story of Clarence Roberts.

 

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Stay Strange :)

 

27
Mar 2019

Bridget Cleary | Episode 16 | Simply Strange

The 1800s were a time when superstition ran wild through the Irish countryside, but as the century began to come to a close, more and more people were getting an education and many superstitions were beginning to fade away. That being said, there were still plenty of people who held onto the beliefs of old, and sometimes this could have disastrous consequences.

This is the story of Bridget Cleary.

 

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Stay Strange :)

 

12
Mar 2019

Sawney Bean | Episode 15 | Simply Strange

Legend has it that, in the 16th century, a clan of inbred cannibals ravaged the Scottish countryside, killing hundreds and disappearing without a trace. Their reign of terror lasted for 25 years.

Today we tell the story of Sawney Bean.

 

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Music:

No one to credit for this week because I made all the music for this episode. Wow! Hopefully it doesn't suck. I might put it on Patreon or Soundcloud or something at some point. If anyone would have any interest in downloading the music I compose for the show, let me know and I'll get that figured out.

 

Stay Strange :)

 

26
Feb 2019

The Pollock Twins | Episode 14 | Simply Strange

In May of 1957, a terrible tragedy struck the Pollock Family when young Jacqueline and Joanna Pollock were hit and killed by a crazed woman attempting vehicular suicide. Their parents were mortified. They had no idea what to do, so they did anything they could to help cope with the grief of losing both their daughters. Ultimately, John Pollock turned to religion - specifically reincarnation. He came to believe that someway, somehow, his girls would return to him and, as crazy as it may seem, they did. Or at least he believes that they did.

This week we tell the story of the Pollock Twins.

 

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Music:

Lonely Path - Aaron Hayes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Znob41ON5J4

Forever - Whitesand: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXJcwn_rfqM

Solstice - Ross Bugden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yRIt5yS36s

Time Part 3 (Just Floating in Time ) - Co.Ag: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDmccpyyyPE

The Lost - Co.Ag: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpowIDAOMhc

Circle of Life - Whitesand: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLD7nFdwYlk

13
Feb 2019

The Beast of Gévaudan | Episode 13 | Simply Strange

In 1760s France, a terrible beast ran amok through the countryside, killing indiscriminately. Those who managed to see it and survive to tell the tale described the beast as being a massive, wolf-like creature with reddish fur, glowing eyes, massive teeth, and dark lips that curved back into a sinister grin.

This week we tell the story of The Beast of Gévaudan.

 

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Music:

The Dreamer - Federico Aldinucci: https://youtu.be/2lguAjx0jRE

Beautiful Days - Co.Ag: https://youtu.be/6x3RNPfmiow

Omen - Co.Ag: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_ejkBhmmJE&t=104s

Dark Rage - Co.Ag: https://youtu.be/zXZsUCwRkPs

Outsider- myuu: https://youtu.be/wpY_bRLgrIA

30
Jan 2019

The Enfield Poltergeist | Episode 12 | Simply Strange

In 1977 the Hodgson Family began to notice some very strange things around their house - unexplainable noises, moving furniture, flying objects, and... much more. As time went on and the phenomena grew more powerful, the Hodgsons began to attract a great deal of attention from the media and paranormal enthusiasts, which eventually led to the case becoming one of history's most well known and well documented poltergeist incidents.

This week, we explore the unbelievable true story of the Enfield Poltergeist.

 

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Music:

I Was Always Right Here - Darren Curtis: https://www.darrencurtismusic.com/fantasy

Art of Silence - Uniq: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3V-pYCGx0C4&index=17&list=RDfKmsCml2Yts

Forgotten - Whitesand: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gw7YRbVWx4w

The Sky is On Fire - Co.Ag: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=In7Mh2-5-7k  

Dark Rooms - Co.Ag: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TajjEcMXkfg&t=262s

Dusk - Ross Bugden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlX9hkJBZJw