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Category: true crime

Episode 33 The Giggling Granny Nannie Doss

From the 1920s until 1954, Nannie Doss was viewed as a loving woman, a grandmother who was as sweet as pie. But things are rarely as they seem. In 1954, this Giggling Granny as she became known, revealed that her weapon of choice in a string of murders was a secret ingredient she put in…

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Episode 31: Black Wedding

“One need not be a Chamber—to be Haunted” – Emily DickinsonOn April 22, 1930, a beautiful dark haired woman walked into a hospital in Key West Florida. She encountered a man who knew her the moment he saw her. This was his soulmate. The woman of his dreams. Some say this is a love story.…

Episode 30: Greenbrier Ghost – Dead Women Do Tell Tales

Zona Heaster Shue’s life was cut short when she was murdered in 1897. She’s known in West Virginia lore as the Greenbrier Ghost because her ghost helped solve her murder. Did Zona’s mother fabricate the story of her ghost to avenge her daughter’s murder? Or did Zona’s ghost truly help convict the man who killed…

Like Our Accents? You’ll Love Our Podcasts | Southern Podcasts and Podcasters

If you’re new here, my name is Shannon Ballard and I’m the host of Southern Mysteries Podcast. Apart from the kind comments people have shared about the historical mysteries and folklore they’ve heard on Southern Mysteries, I also hear time and time again: “I just love a southern accent!” I love the accents too! That’s…

Episode 28: The Vengeful Abduction of Annie Laurie Hearin

At 9:50pm on July 26,1988, the Jackson Mississippi Police Department received a call from 71 year old Robert Hearin reporting his 72 year old wife, Annie Laurie had been kidnapped. A case that would take twists and turns that no one could imagine. SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Radio Public | RSS Feed Episode SourcesPeople Magazine…

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