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

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. https://radiopublic.com/southern-mysteries-podcast-GAOPDB/ep/s1!9b7c7 SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Radio Public | RSS Feed Robert and … Continue reading Episode 28: The Vengeful Abduction of Annie Laurie Hearin

Episode 27: Mammoth Cave Explorations, Experiments and Enemies

Mammoth Cave is the longest cave system in the world. It was also ground zero for a desperate medical experiment and the Kentucky Cave Wars that drove Floyd Collins to make a decision that made him a media sensation in 1925 https://radiopublic.com/southern-mysteries-podcast-GAOPDB/ep/s1!e077d SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Radio Public … Continue reading Episode 27: Mammoth Cave Explorations, Experiments and Enemies

Episode 26: Edgar Watson The Desperado of Chatham Bend

The Florida Everglades are full of fascinating wildlife, eerie beauty and countless natural wonders. But within this dense wilderness, is the story of one of a man believed to be one of Florida’s most prolific serial killers. And the people who decided to take justice into their own hands to stop him from murdering again. … Continue reading Episode 26: Edgar Watson The Desperado of Chatham Bend

Episode 25: The Living Funeral of Felix Bush

In June of 1938, a Tennessee hermit threw himself a funeral party. The "living" funeral made Felix Bush famous. But why had Felix lived as a hermit for decades? And why did he decide to throw himself a funeral and invite all of Roane County, Tennessee? https://radiopublic.com/southern-mysteries-podcast-GAOPDB/ep/s1!34287 SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE: Apple Podcasts | … Continue reading Episode 25: The Living Funeral of Felix Bush