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A True Crime, History and Society podcast
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Nighttime is an audio documentary series which explores Canada's most fascinating stories.
Join us for true crime, mysteries, and a celebration of Canada’s weird and wonderful people, places, and events.


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The Shag Harbour UFO Incident - 3 - Exposing the Mystery (live in Halifax with Chris Styles)
It's 1967, seventeen year old Laurie Wickins and a car full of friends witnessed a series of lights travelling just above the tree line. While in clear view of the witnesses, the object appeared to descend sharply ultimately crashing into the dark waters of Shag Harbour. When Laurie phoned the RCMP to report what he thought to be a downed aircraft, he was met with doubt, but when five similar reports quickly follow every RCMP officer in the area is dispatched to Shag Harbour’s shoreline. As the RCMP officers arrive, joining the crowd of witnesses at the shoreline, one this was certain...there is something illuminated on the water and it appears to be sinking. This event, commonly referred to as Canada's Roswell, Is considered by many as the most compelling UFO event in Canada...if not the world. In this episode (recorded in front of a live audience at the Carleton in Halifax, NS) I am joined by Chris Styles, the civilian UFO investigator who’s work pulled this event out of complete obscurity and placed it instead alongside the worlds most compelling UFO events. Links: The Shag Harbour UFO Incident - Part 1 - The Event - The Shag Harbour UFO Incident - Part 2 - Discussion with Generation Why - Dark Object by Chris Styles and Don Ledger - Impact to Contact by Chris Styles and Graham Simms - The Shag Harbour UFO Incident Documentary - Credits: Theme: Next time by Paragon Cause Contact: Website: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram: Email: Support the show: the show.
Two Chilling Tales from Haunted New Brunswick (with Steve Vernon)
An October phone call inviting Steve Vernon, my favorite local horror author, to appear on Nighttime has become a Halloween tradition. For the fourth year in a row, He agreed to share his tales of terror and bloodshed. The plan we came up with was similar to prior years, but with a few twists. I got the idea during a recent walk through a nearby forest, while lost in both my headphones and the twisting trails, I happened upon an abandoned and long overgrown hunting type shack that I thought would be a perfect spot to drag Steve and my mobile studio to. To take full advantage of the ambiance of an old growth forest, I asked Steve he he would pull some stories from a prior story collection he released called Wicked Woods; Ghost stories from Old New Brunswick. Steve Vernon did not disappointment. In this episode, you will hear two chilling tales from haunted New Brunswick written and read by my friend and my favorite Horror Author, Steve Vernon.   Links: Fireship of Baie Des Chaleurs - Nightcap post show bonus story (Patron Exclusive) : Buy ‘Wicked Woods’ by Steve Vernon:: Steve Vernon: Contact: Website: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram: Email: Support the show: the show.
Jerome, the Mystery Man of Sandy Cove (with Fraser Mooney Jr.)
Sandy Cove, Nova Scotia, 1863 As far back as recorded history can take us, we see the inhabitants of the land presently called Nova Scotia maintaining a strong connection to the waters that surround them. Forestry, Fishing, Tourism, and recreation. The Atlantic’s waves crash against all aspects of our lives. it’s not a surprise that the Atlantic Ocean also plays a role in many of Nova Scotia's most enduring mysteries. In this this episode, our story involves mysterious strangers arriving to Nova Scotia’s shores by way of the Atlantic Ocean, but in this case they didn't crash land in a UFO, and they seem to bury any treasure. All they did was desert a speechless, legless man on a beach in the Digby area of Nova Scotia. Who he was, why his legs were cut off, and how exactly he came to arrive on the beach... are all questions that have gone unanswered in the 150+ years since his sudden arrival. Tonight, in this episode of Nighttime, we will be joined by author Fraser Mooney Jr. Our topic is Jerome, the mystery man of Sandy Cove. Links: Nightcap post show episode (Patron Exclusive) : Buy ‘Jerome’ by Fraser Mooney Jr.: Enter for a chance to win a copy of Jerome: Archive of Jerome related documents: Credits: Musical and Ambient Theme: Paragon Cause Contact: Website: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram: Email: Support the show: the show.
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Oct 30th, 2015
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Oct 25th, 2019
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