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46 minutes | Jul 21, 2020
30: Prisons: A Prison in Missouri and a Days of Our Lives Fan
This week we find out that Micaeli and Kennedy don't really know what prisons look like these days. But they do know they needed a lot of iron and bricks in the past. Find out more when they discuss the Missouri State Penitentiary (that's a prison in Missouri) and the West Virginia Penitentiary.
80 minutes | Jul 14, 2020
29: Michigan Murders: Pre-Ted Bundy, a Man Named Chauncey, and a Livestock Purchaser
It's all about Michigan this week when Mc'Kieli and Kennedy talk about famous murders that happened in their favorite state. Mc'Kieli tells the story of one of Michigan's most infamous serial killers. He's Michigan Co-Ed Killer, the Ted Bundy before Ted Bundy, and the Ypsilanti Ripper, it's John Norman Collins. Kennedy shares the stories of the Goodhart Murders and Robert Lee Haggart.
46 minutes | Jul 13, 2020
28: Lighthouses: Affectionate Hair Pulls and Useless Assistants
We're back with all things Michigan (with episode 28, not 27)! During the break, Kennedy and Mikhaylie tried recording over a video call, so they may sound a little different. But maybe that just adds to the spookiness of the Whitefish Point and Big Bay Lighthouse.
44 minutes | Mar 19, 2020
27: Twists: Nosy Neighbors and Phone Cards
In an exciting twist of events, Mikaely and Kennedy tell stories based on a theme suggested to them by a listener. Much like Kennedy and her notes, you'll be guessing what's next the entire episode. Find out why when they share the stories of the Eastburn Family Murders, the Mary Morris Murders, and William Jackson Marion.
26 minutes | Mar 4, 2020
26: Ghost Children: Lazy Kids and a Weird Landmark
Maybe it's just Catholics, but a playground in your cemetery? Not that weird! At least that was Kennedy's reaction when Meakyle talked about the Dead Children's Playground. Between that story and Kennedy's about the San Antonio Railroad Tracks, you'll start fearing ghost children and swing sets. Or maybe that was the wind.
34 minutes | Feb 14, 2020
25: Crimes of Passion: a ”New” Boyfriend and Booby Trapped Tunnels
If you're going to do something, do it with passion! Well, maybe not crimes... On this Valentine's Day, Mu-kaylee and Kennedy talk about crimes of passion (with special effects provided by Mu-kaylee's dogs). They also give some of their unsolicited advice for committing crimes. Find out more in this episode about Judy Parker and Collin Howell.
42 minutes | Feb 5, 2020
24: Churches: a Père‘s Sandals and Unpressed Robes
We know what the youth pastors are up to, but what about priests from the past? Well they're still rocking the Jesus sandals or the name brand sneakers. They're also hanging out with other ghosts in a few famous churches. Kennedy and McKaylie share the stories of the St. Louis Cathedral and Egg Hill Church in this week's episode.
53 minutes | Jan 29, 2020
23: Accidental Deaths: the Personal Fish Pond and a Well-Handled Backpack
BE PARANOID! but not too paranoid? This week Michaylee and Kennedy talk about how a few wrong steps lead to terrible accidents. You won't want to leave your house after hearing about Jimi Heselden; Larry Ely Murillo-Moncada; Cachi, Marta Espina, and Edit Sola; and Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon.
56 minutes | Jan 21, 2020
22: Alien Encounters: an Upwards Falling Star and Rainbow Meteors
It's a football game! It's a shooting star! It's a rainbow meteor? This week we talk about infamous grey and green alien encounters (or maybe just grey). They may just be humans or lizards, but they are terrifying. Find out why when Kennedy and Mahkahlee talk about John Mooner, the Hewins Twins, Travis Walton, the Hills, and the Kelly-Hokinsville Encounter.
42 minutes | Dec 18, 2019
21: Insurance Motivated: Too Many People and a Thirsty Guy
Mikahaelie shares one of her infamous crimes tips from her felonious youth in this episode. Kennedy agrees: the less people involved, the better. A tip that probably would have lead to completely different outcomes for those involved in this week's stories about William Walker and Michael Malloy
48 minutes | Dec 10, 2019
20: Furniture: a Lunchbox Sidekick and Coin Clipping Thugs
Wondering how the Youth Pastors are getting people involved? Want a new community activity? Kennedy and Malakai discuss both of these as well as two infamous stories of haunted furniture. You'll think twice about where you sit after hearing about the Tallman's Bunk Beds and Busby's Chair.
43 minutes | Dec 4, 2019
19: Celebrities: Stolen Music and the Family Jewels
Who killed Marilyn Monroe? If you don't know, you won't find out in this episode. But, you will hear about Darrell 'Dimebag Darrell' Abbott and Dorothy Arnold when Mykaeli and Kennedy share true crime stories that involve celebrities.
36 minutes | Nov 27, 2019
18: French Werewolves: Not a Deer and a Catholic Warning
Kennedy and Mickaelee both love talking about the Dogman. Which is why Kennedy shares some famous sightings in this week's episode. Mickaelee shares what may be the origin of the Dogman when she talks about the Rougarou.
37 minutes | Nov 6, 2019
17: Bank Robberies: A Country Club Diversion and an Excessive Amount of Bullets
If there is one thing Makaheli can confidently say, it's do not rob a bank. This week Makaheli and Kennedy share two famous bank robberies: The Northern Bank Robbery and the North Hollywood Shootout.
49 minutes | Oct 31, 2019
Even if this wasn’t a True Crime and Paranormal podcast that’s all about spooky stories, Makaeli and Kennedy would still love Halloween. Which is why they’re sharing Halloween(ish) stories this week. Kennedy shares about the Hook Man and the Texarkana Moonlight Murders, which may or may not inspire Hook Man stories. Makaeli tells a Michigan story of John D. White.
38 minutes | Oct 15, 2019
16: Hotels: Magic Elixirs and a Parisian Ghost
Nobody wants to wake up to a ghost sitting at the end of their bed brushing their hair...unless it's at a haunted hotel. Kennedy and Makaely tell the stories of mostly happy ghosts from the Crescent Hotel and Spa in Eureka Springs and the Mount Washington Hotel in New Hampshire (which may or may not be real).
45 minutes | Oct 8, 2019
15: Children: a Child‘s Band and Buried Cars
Sometimes Kennedy and Mihekali get topic ideas from whatever television show they just finished watching, which is why this episode is on the truly heartbreaking topic of serial killers targeting children. Mihekali tells the story of Atlanta Murders (1979–1981) and Kennedy talks about the Oakland County Child Killer.
45 minutes | Sep 25, 2019
14: Haunted Dolls: A Not So Raggedy Doll and a Questionable PenPal
Some people (Kennedy) didn't mind dolls growing up. Other people (Makahli) would rather have them in a storage unit several states away. After hearing the stories of Annabelle and Robert the Doll, two famous dolls, you might think Makahli was on to something.
48 minutes | Sep 10, 2019
13: Conspiracy Theories: Real Lizards and Fake Moons
Sometimes it's fun to suspend disbelief and learn about a conspiracy theory, or even make up your own. Kennedy and Mahkayly break down two famous conspiracies theories while coming up with some of their own explanations. Do you believe in Lizard People? The Moon Landing? The Moon?
36 minutes | Sep 3, 2019
12: Curses: Rocking Chairs and Impostor Rocks
Witch or woman spending too much time cooking in their cabin? This week Mikaeley and Kennedy talk about what they think makes a witch and voodoo priestess. They also tell the stories of Julia Brown and Moll Dyer.
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