Episode 50 The Star That Fell On Ann Hodges

In November 1954, Ann Hodges was resting in her Oak Grove, Alabama home when a meteorite crashed through her roof and hit her. She became the only known human being to survive a meteorite strike. Ann was thrown into a media spotlight she never wanted and learned that fame can cause more damage than a … Continue reading Episode 50 The Star That Fell On Ann Hodges

Episode 21: Love and Hatred in Birmingham – Murder of Father Coyle

One of the most shocking murders in Birmingham, Alabama history happened in 1921. Father John Coyle, a Catholic priest, was shot and killed by a Methodist minister. The KKK paid for the minister's defense team, that was led by Hugo Black. https://radiopublic.com/southern-mysteries-podcast-GAOPDB/ep/s1!ec9a2 SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Radio Public … Continue reading Episode 21: Love and Hatred in Birmingham – Murder of Father Coyle

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? https://radiopublic.com/southern-mysteries-podcast-GAOPDB/ep/s1!c29f2 SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN FOR FREE: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Radio Public | RSS Feed If you ever find yourself bored, curious and … Continue reading Episode 2: It’s Raining Strange Eels