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Carousel Sniper Victim

A Society, Culture and Comedy podcast featuring Shaun Jeffery
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The Balvano train disaster, also known as The Black Market Express,  was the deadliest railway accident in Italian history and one of the worst railway disasters ever.  www.carouselsnipervictim.com Listen to "The Breakdown" here www.patreon.
Debbie Scaling was desperately looking for help. She had been hired to deliver a luxury yacht, Trashman, to its new owner in Fort Lauderdale. The owner of this sleek 58-foot Alden luxury sailing yacht with a pine-green hull and elegant teak tri
The Double Sunrise service was formed in 1943 to re-establish the Australia–England air link that had been cut due to the fall of Singapore in 1942. The service initially operated from its base in Nedlands, Western Australia near Perth, to the
Time for a nice sit down chat with one of our fine women in blue. Constable B is a member of the Western Australian Police and an avid fan of history and an all-round awesome chick! I hope you enjoy our chats as much as we did. www.carousels
The blast blew out windows and sent metal fragments flying, ripping through walls and wooden beams inside the Prince Edward Island courthouse, shattering the stillness of a fall Monday morning. It was Oct. 10, 1988, just after 6 a.m. The homema
On 17 December 1967, Harold Holt, the Prime Minister of Australia, disappeared while swimming in the sea near Portsea, Victoria. An enormous search operation was mounted in and around Cheviot Beach, but his body was never recovered. Holt was pr
Now, just because Australia was never successfully invaded during WWII, does not mean the plans were not thrown around in a few different war rooms. In early 1942 elements of the Imperial Japanese Navy proposed an invasion of Australia. In the
Inland Australia’s complex system of winding rivers, extensive wetlands, ancient waterholes and seemingly endless parched floodplains are rarely given more than a passing thought by many Australians, understandably so, most Australians live on
To the Russian officers in Stalin’s politburo, it was named for the local farming village of Nazino, others would refer to it as Nazinski Island, but to the locals the Island had a much more sinister name. A name that speaks for itself when ref
The Inuit told of a group of forty men dragging a boat south, they were all very thin and using sign language made it known that their ship had been crushed in the ice, they purchased a seal from the Inuit. Later the same season, the same party
WARNING: THIS EPISODE CONTAINS DISTURBING THEMES Over the decades since its construction, countless people have chosen to end their lives at Melbourne's West Gate bridge. Many of those who landed in water, surviving the fall, drowned afterward
Charles Yelverton O'Connor was best known for developing Fremantle Harbour and for the Goldfields Water Supply Scheme (often known simply as the Goldfields Pipeline), it was the latter project that drove him to despair and to eventually take hi
To go along with our upcoming Robert Mugabe timeline episode, I sat down with some of Jack's family friends. Denis Charles Petmezaki, his wife Fay and their daughter Cal, all grew up in- what was at the time Rhodesia- now Zimbabwe. Denis has
In 1965, the area in Africa then known as Rhodesia — the colonialist name for the region that’s now Zimbabwe — had established a new regime in the wake of British colonial rule. When the country’s white leaders declared its independence late th
With all the talk of Coronavirus and pandemics spreading the globe, it's time to sit down with someone that knows what's up... "Nurse Erin" took time out of her busy schedule to sit down with Shaun and give him the "ins and outs" of all things
In the realm of infectious diseases, a pandemic is the worst case scenario. When an epidemic spreads beyond a country’s borders, that is when the disease officially becomes a pandemic. Communicable diseases have been around since before modern
"The temperature became torrid, and on the morning of the 6th of February, the air which blew down from the north resembled the breath of a furnace. A fierce wind arose, gathering strength and velocity from hour to hour, until about noon it ble
WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander listeners are warned that the following episode may contain audio and voices of deceased persons. The Don Dale Youth Detention Centre was the Northern Territory's first purpose-built institution fo
Man’s inhumanity to man is a tale as old as time. However, what I find really interesting, isn’t the random acts of violence, or the calculated ponderings of some sadistic psychopath. What really freaks me out, is when a parent carries out the
The rise of kidnappings in America during the early 20th century, spurred Congress to pass the Federal Kidnapping Act, commonly called the "Lindbergh Law", which made transporting a kidnapping victim across state lines a federal crime. The pass
In 1961, a picture was snapped of a young girl who was discovered adrift, alone, on a small lifeboat in the waters of the Bahamas. The story of how she ended up there is one of murder, greed and heartbreak.   www.carouselsnipervictim.com   List
Cicada 3301 is a nickname given to an organization that on three occasions has posted a set of puzzles to recruit codebreakers/linguists from the public. The first internet puzzle started on January 4, 2012 on 4chan.com and ran for approximatel
The first handshake was firm, his manner charming, as he chatted about clues for the crossword he was doing. Neither of us could take our eyes off his hands - small, freckled, but immensely powerful. Later, he even demonstrated how he would hit
Project Azorian was a U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) project to recover the sunken Soviet submarine K-129 from the Pacific Ocean floor in 1974, using the purpose-built ship Hughes Glomar Explorer. The 1968 sinking of K-129 occurred appr
In the French city of Le Mans, in 1933, the Papin sisters were convicted of a murder so significant that it would shake the bedrock of French society and influence French intellectuals such as- Jean Genet, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Jacques Lacan.
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