Plays Tyson McKay on the Dicey D20 Podcast and is the host of the Nat 20 Knowledge series. He is also the sole editor and producer of the Dicey D20 Podcast.
Ho-No-Hana Sanpogyo targeted desperate people – often housewives with sick husbands and children who were searching for any possible cure to save their loved ones. These needy people would sacrifice their life savings in exchange for the promise that their suffering would end.For every single one of these women, the true suffering was only beginning.All of them believed they were joining a religion led by the third, living saviour after Jesus Christ and the Buddha. They were grateful that this saviour was generous enough to give them his time, his energy, and his powers of healing.By the time they realized they had joined a cult led by a money-hungry businessman, it was already too late.Our Socials:TwitterFacebookInstagramWebsiteOur Guests' Socials:Brian Sheehan/TV Trivia PodcastTwitterFacebookInstagramWebsiteGreg Doiron/A Couple BotsTwitterWebsiteSourcesSources for this episode include The Foot Reading Cult of Japan by Anand N Bosmia, Apran NBosmia, and R S Tubbs, The National Public Radio, The Los Angeles Times, The Japan Times,BBC News, World Magazine, Mainichi Daily News, Pennsylvania State University Sites, andThe Chicago Tribune. Research by: lauratownsendInstacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (
On November 18, 1978, a mass suicide in the jungles of South America shocked the entire world. A total of 909 people were killed on that fateful day, with nearly half of the kids under the age of eighteen. All of them were members of the Peoples Temple, an organization that began as an unconventional church in Indianapolis that sought to serve society’s marginalized before eventually morphing into a cult, thanks to the drug-addled mind of its founder and leader, Reverend Jim Jones. What began as an altruistic path towards an envisioned utopia ended in a harrowing tragedy – one that saw hundreds of people losing their lives at the behest of an unhinged madman who had a limitless appetite for power and control. Follow us on Twitter: @lets_cultSourcesSources for this episode include the Alternative Consideration of Jonestown & Peoples Temple, A Thousand Lives: The Untold Story of Hope, Deception, and Survival at Jonestown by Julia Scheeres, The Road to Jonestown by Jeff Guinn, Encyclopedia Britannica, Rolling Stone Magazine, Still Unfold, ThoughtCo, History Magazine, the New York Times, the New West Magazine, and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Research by: Kayla DeleonInstacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (
Welcome to the Let's Start A Cult podcast! We will explore the dark and interesting world of cults and how they get started! Join me, Josh Schell, and my guests every other week as we take on a new cult of interest!Episodes starting October 6th, 2020!To recommend a cult or to submit a question/comment please email me at startacultpodcast@gmail.comSupport the show (
This week we are back with Old Man Sanders and his Pokemon! We apologize for this break in our regular show, scheduling has been a little tough as of late. We hope you accept this as a peace offering and enjoy! Enjoy this creative Pokemon campaign brought to you by the Dicey D20 Podcast  Music is by GameChops on YouTube please check them out if you enjoy the background music!   Check out our sponsor:  &   Please Consider Supporting Us On Patreon or On Podbean      Please rate and subscribe to our Podcast! Follow us on Twitter: @DiceyD20Podcast Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Instagram: @DiceyD20Podcast And check out our merch at
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Apr 16th, 1994
Ottawa, ON, Canada
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5 days, 11 hours
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