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Someone Knows Something ★★★★★

In 1972, 5 year-old Adrien McNaughton disappeared while fishing with his dad and a friend of his dad’s at Holmes Lake in Eastern Ontario. There were no screams, there was no scuffle or splash, the boy simply disappeared. No trace

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Here Be Monsters ★★★★★

Here Be Monsters is about the things that we are afraid of, or at least the things that evoke fear in host Jeff Emtman. Emtman is a self-described artist who has worked on other shows and with other publications but

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Lore ★★★★★

History has a dark side, and many of the superstitions and fears we have today are rooted in a historical tragedy – or worse, “medical” procedures or cures for “illnesses” that were yet to be understood by now-modern medicine. This

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Reveal with Al Letson ★★★★

Reveal is an investigative journalism podcast similar to PBS’ Frontline. Some of the content featured on Reveal has also appeared on Frontline (Rape on the Night Shift, 6/23/15). It is a part of PRX and affiliated with the Center for Investigative Reporting, a non-profit

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Sword and Scale: The Worst Monsters are Real ★★★★★

Horrific. Evil. Haunting. The only thing I can’t listen to in this podcast are episodes about filicide:  parents – usually mothers – killing their own children. I consider this a tremendous success for this ear candy of a podcast! These

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