Caty and Savanna are joined by Notorious Science Babe and actual science expert Sean Foley to discuss the really cool (but also really terrifying) realities of space including the Fermi Paradox, aliens, black holes, and more!
Caty and Sav discuss the 1901 mystery of two women who supposedly time-traveled while visiting the Palace of Versailles.
Savanna and Caty discussed the immortal mystery of Jacques St. Germain -- a real-life vampire (?) last seen in New Orleans in 1902.
In this episode, Caty and Sav talk about how humans didn't really understand medical science for QUITE a long time. From leeches to lobotomies, they chat about quack medicine!
Caty and Savanna sit down with special guest, Tracy Adkins, author of Ghosts of Athens, for an interview and intimate reading from her book. Happy listening!
Join us on Part 1 of our "Haunted Hollywood" Series, where we'll explore the darkness inside the film industry. Today we talk about infamous "cursed" movies such as Poltergeist and the Exorcist.
** Fact-Check Update: There will be an audio-update for fact-checking in the next episode, but to correct a fact listed in this episode: Near the end of the episode, we say that set designer John Richardson died in a car accident in 1976. This is incorrect. In fact, Richardson is still alive and well. He was, however, driving the car that did, in fact, suffer a head-on collision in which his then-wife Liz Moore (also a set/prop designer) was decapitated. They were near a town in the Netherlands called Ommen, and it was Friday the 13th. There is no proof, however, for the 66.6 km mile-marker.
In this episode, Caty and Savanna talk about some freaky natural phenomenons in the UK including a whirlpool, an unassuming creek that has claimed many a victim, and a bridge where dogs jump to their deaths. Other highlights include LinkedIn, Sav's perfect pirate voice, and Caty's potential mad cow disease.
Join us on our exploration of the ghost town of Centralia, Pennsylvania, that's been on fire for over 50 years -- not to mention it inspired the Silent Hill franchise.
On today's episode, Savanna and Caty welcome special guest, Evie Jones. They talk about the infamous mass suicide at Jonestown, Guyana, and the cult of the People's Temple led by Jim Jones.
Caty and Savanna chat about the mysterious and gruesome murders of the Gruber family at the Hinterkaifeck farm in rural Germany. This is part one of two episodes in which Caty and Savanna will explore strange, unsolved axe murders.
Today, Savanna and Caty talk about H. H. Holmes, often known as America's first serial killer. With nine confirmed kills, 27 confessed kills, and a true estimate of 200 or so in reality, Holmes was most famous for his construction of a hotel he specifically designed to trap and murder his victims.