Theo explores a harrowing case of supposed demonic possession which had deadly consequences.
Rachael covers the case of Mitrice Richardson, a woman of colour who was let down by various authorities on multiple levels.
Rachael explores the case of Trevaline Evans, a Welsh woman who seemingly vanished into thin air.
Theo discusses the greatest peacetime disaster in South Korean history; the Sampoong Department Collapse.
As always, we finish with a d
In keeping with spooky season, Theo discusses a British cryptid supposedly hanging around Cornwall. How is it there and what did it do? Listen to find out.
Rachael explores a infamous grisly case which would make anyone concerned about liv
Rachael discusses the murder of Deborah Linsley, a woman killed on a populated train with barely any witnesses.
Theo enters the world of folklore to discuss scary, odd and funny stories surrounding a well known figure; the Devil.
Theo goes to the distant past to discuss a strange occurrences like hens laying prophecies and ghosts objecting to cons.
Rachael addresses the unsolved case of Libby German and Abigail Williams, two murdered teenagers who managed to re
For this milestone both hosts are going to be discussing a Japanese cult from the early 80s. Believing they would bring the end of the world they tried multiple methods in which to inflict the most harm at a wide scale. Mur
We go to anxiety inducing levels this week when Rachael covers a case of criminal negligence. Theme parks are supposed to induced heart pounding fun, particularly roller coasters. But things don't go to plan when Alton Towers, The Smiler, isn'
Apologises for sound quality on this episode, testing a new set up.
Theo highlights the case of sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman, two women of colour who had their lives taken by a brutal killer. The case shows glaring misconduct
Rachael delves into the oldest case yet when discussing what happened to the princes in the tower.
Theo discusses a curious ghost town where a mine fire from the 60s still burns today.
As always, we finish with a dumb criminal.
This episode explores the reason why in certain airports one might be required to take their shoes off. Theo delves into the case.
Rachael takes on a strange case involving a con-woman named Samantha Azzopardi. She does something many ar
The hosts take you to the 1980s where Rachael delves into the mysterious death of Zigmund Adamski. Many theories were speculated but one seemed to look beyond Earth as an explanation...
Theo discusses a more recent case which took place
This weeks episode sees the hosts follow the theme of travel. Theo kickstarts in the 1980s where the apparent victims of a vicious killer work for minicab companies.
Rachael delves into the case of Lars Mittank, a German tourist last seen
Rachael gets cynical (surprise!) about the recent Horizon Post Office scandal. A saga as old as the millennium.
Theo discusses the Monster with 21 Faces, a Japanese case which targeted a sacred item; snacks.
As always, we finish with
We return! In this weeks episode, Theo discusses the murder of Ann Heron. Rachael delves into the case of Anni Dewani.
As always, we finish with a dumb criminal.
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1900, three lighthouse keepers mysteriously vanish on the isolated Flannan Isles. Rachael discusses what might have happened.
Going back to the world of horror movies, Theo mixes together true crime and the supernatural with an infamous ca
Theo explores a case just over two hundred years old which had a far reaching influence in British law. It began with a ghost and ended with murder.
Rachael brings us to a modern paranormal phenomena. Black Eyed Children have been discu
In 1978, Genette Tate was on a paper round when she suddenly vanished. Rachael discusses the case.
A lot of horror films are influenced by folklore. Theo explores the legend of Okiku's well and its impact on media.
As always, the epis
Theo visits a small town in England named Hexham. During the 70s, two curious stone heads were unearthed. Soon after the discovery, odd things begun to occur. Discussing the case, a familiar goat band make a return...
Rachael delves int
This week, Rachael delves into the mysterious death of Daniel Morgan. A British Private Investigator, his murder still has not been solved to this day. Surrounded by police corruption, failed inquiries and a scandals, what happened for this ca
Ushering in 2021, the hosts reflect on recent events in America.
Theo kicks off the episode with the Marchioness Disaster. Designed as a pleasure boat, the Marchioness was hired for a birthday party in 1989. However, the night doesn't go ac
The hosts finally lose their minds after the year that was 2020.
This episode sees Rachael cover the infamous Canoe-man disappearance. John Darwin went missing in 2002 after taking a trip to sea on his canoe. Of course, this case isn't a
Skydiving is a exciting yet terrifying hobby. Yet for Victoria Cilliers, it was a passion. With just under 3,000 jumps to her name, Victoria was confident in her safety. However, one eventful jump almost led to her death and completely unravel
Clap your hands if you believe in fairies. We enter into the world of hoaxes. When two cousins claimed to have taken photos of real life fairies, they set off a strange chain of events. Rachael discusses how this hoax pulled in a recurring vis
Helen Bailey was popular teen novelist who was sadly processing the death of her late husband. She met Ian Stewart in a online support group. Believing she had found a second chance of happiness, sinister events would soon befall Helen. Theo c
For the spooktacular season, we return with a Halloween episode.
Rachael discusses when movies go wrong, noting cases of criminal negligence on blockbuster sets.
Cursed objects are the theme of Theo's section. They cover a wide variet
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