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Episode 6: Audrey Moate and Thomas Hotard

On November 24, 1956, Thomas Hotard was discovered murdered near Lake Ponchatrain in Louisiana. His lover, Audrey Moate went missing the same day. Retired detective, Wayne Norwood, investigated the cold case and discusses his theories surrounding the case SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Radio Public | RSS Feed Secrets…

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Episode 4: Georgia Tann’s Children

From the 1920s until 1950, Georgia Tann used a network of powerful accomplices to take advantage of the poor and helpless in and around Memphis, Tennessee. Her crimes made her one of the most notorious child traffickers of the 20th century and led to countless unsolved mysteries throughout the South and across the country SUBSCRIBE…

Episode 3: The Legend of the Pope Lick Monster

The Pope Lick Monster is an urban legend that has led countless seekers to a dangerous trestle bridge in Louisville, Kentucky. Keith Age, of SyFy Channel fame, joins me to discuss the legend. SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Radio Public | RSS Feed There are a lot of Goatman…

Episode 2: It’s Raining Strange Eels

In 1892 The New York Sun published a story about strange eels raining on small town Coalburg, Alabama. Did it really happen or was this a tall tale gone national? SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Radio Public | RSS Feed If you ever find yourself bored, curious and willing…

Episode 1 Phantom Barber

Sandra Moncrief, author of “The Phantom Barber” discusses her theories of the man who terrorized residents of Pascagoula, Mississippi in the summer of 1942. Did police arrest the wrong man or did the Phantom Barber escape the city? SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Radio Public | RSS Feed In…

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