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Ye Olde Crime

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A weekly True Crime, Comedy and History podcast featuring Lindsay Valenty and Madison Stangl
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Lindsay and Madison discuss the Lost Children of the Alleghenies, as well as why you should trust your gut, that you should explore all possibilities when conducting a search and rescue, and how heartbreaking unsolved mysteries can be. Informat
Lindsay and Madison discuss Levi Boone Helm, as well as why the Wild West was such a hotbed of murder, that eating people doesn’t make you mysterious and cool, and how killing a bunch of people eventually catches up to you. Information pulled f
Lindsay is joined by John from the The Secret Sits podcast to see if he can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to The Secret Sits wherever you catch your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.f
Lindsay and Madison discuss Kaspar Hauser, as well blipping into existence via Thanos, that lying isn’t the best way to get what you want, and how not to get attention with deadly weapons. Information pulled from the following sources: 2022 Al
Lindsay and Madison discuss Mary Toft, as well as how to take advantage of the poor and uneducated, that it’s never okay to put foreign biological objects in your hoo-hah, and that profiting off others misfortune makes you a total asshat. Infor
Lindsay is joined by Ashley and Michelle from the That’s So Fucked Up podcast to see if they can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to That’s So Fucked Up wherever you catch your podcasts. Learn more about your ad ch
Lindsay and Madison discuss Ned Kelly, as well as how you can be a bad guy without being a bad “guy,” that xenophobia is never cool, and that arts and crafts can make you pretty badass. Information pulled from the following sources: 2011 WSJ a
Happy Halloween! In this special holiday episode, Lindsay and Madison share a variety of paranormal stories from newspapers past. Pre-order your copy of the 2023 Independent True Crime Podcast calendar at podcastcalendars.com and get $5 off you
Lindsay and Madison discuss the Greenbrier Ghost, as well as how to not be suspicious, that it’s not smart to boast about how awful of a human you are, and that you should always trust your gut (and your daughter). Information pulled from the f
Lindsay is joined by Hilary from the Complicit podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Complicit wherever you catch your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lindsay and Madison discuss the Great Amherst Mystery, as well as why you should avoid men with black eyes, that it’s not okay to treat people’s homes like an oddities museum, and that if a poltergeist throws a knife at you, that’s your cue to
Lindsay and Madison discuss the New England Vampire Panic, as well as why you shouldn’t bury baby shoes, that organs are pretty flammable, and that you should never drink or breathe in ashes of your dead loved ones, like, ever. Information pull
Lindsay is joined by Abigail from the Manic Pixie Weirdo podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Manic Pixie Weirdo wherever you catch your podcasts. This podcast uses the following third-part
Lindsay and Madison discuss West Virginia Penitentiary, as well as why you should watch where you’re building things, that inmate-on-inmate violence is no joke, and that exploring places haunted places at night is a TERRIBLE idea. Information p
Lindsay and Madison discuss Alexander Turney Stewart, as well as how to start an empire from the ground up, that Amazon wasn’t the first to offer free shipping, and that you shouldn’t touch dead things. Information pulled from the following sou
Lindsay is joined by Madison from the Ye Olde Crime podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Ye Olde Crime wherever you catch your podcasts. This podcast uses the following third-party services
Lindsay and Madison discuss Margaret Dickson, as well as how Scotland used to punish women just cause they could, that not every hanging ends how you think it will, and how to get a sweet nickname just for not dying. Information pulled from the
Lindsay and Madison discuss Edward Jones—Queen Victoria’s stalker, as well as how to be the hide and seek champion, that doubling up on trousers is a great way to smuggle out goods, and how to improve security by pointing out how lax it was in
Lindsay is joined by Autumn from the Autumn's Oddities podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Autumn's Oddities wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-mont
Lindsay is joined by Shawn Peters, author of the book “The Infamous Harry Hayward.” Shawn teaches in the Integrated Liberal Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He has written five books, most recently The Catonsville Nine: A
Lindsay and Madison discuss Viking werewolves, as well as why you shouldn’t steal magic wolf pelts, that wolves are pretty awesome, and how “alpha males” were supes into Odin. Information pulled from the following sources: 2021 Atlas Obscura a
Lindsay is joined by Marisa from the Victorian Variety Show podcast to see if she can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Victorian Variety Show wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible
Lindsay and Madison discuss Medieval book curses, as well as how Liam Neeson could have learned a thing or two from vengeful monks, that book curses would be a hilarious premise for Assassin’s Creed, and how sometimes all you have to say is “do
Lindsay and Madison discuss Villa de Vecchi, as well as how to construct a patriotic piano, that it all comes back to orgies, and how to ruin a perfectly amazing home. Information pulled from the following sources: 2021 History Things article
Lindsay is joined by Cristina and MJ from the eSpooky Tales podcast to see if they can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to eSpooky Tales wherever you catch your podcasts. Mentioned in this episode: Audible Get 1-mo
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