Dec 29, 2020
Gladys Bentley was a blues artist and entertainer during the Harlem Renaissance. She was known for wearing mens' clothing, singing her own raunchy lyrics, and flirting with women in the audience. Despite being married to multiple men, Bentley was openly lesbian. It goes without saying that she marched to the beat of her...
Dec 21, 2020
Casey Jones was the name of a famous Grateful Dead song, but did you know Casey Jones was a real person? Neither did we until the Magic Carpet Ride told us the story of this crazy but respected train engineer. Head-up, his story ends in a ball of fire.
Dec 14, 2020
Back by popular demand, the gang talks animal penises! We enter the Omegaverse, a sub-genre of romantic fiction involving wolf-like mating behavior, Alpha/Beta/Omega social hierarchies, "knotting", and many more! Our story revolves around lawsuits where an established author in this literary universe, Addison Cain, sues...
Dec 7, 2020
Four stories of people who have disappeared under bizarre circumstances. But what makes their stories even more amazing is the equally bizarre circumstances of their reappearances. The occult, aliens, government over-ups; this episode has it all.
Nov 30, 2020
Marc Cohn is famous for his 1991 hit "Walking in Memphis" but most folks are unaware of a miracle feat performed by Cohn in Colorado parking-lot. Cohn had a run-in with death and walked it off with his feet ten feet off of Beale.