Archive for April 2021

Ken McElroy “Town Bully” (what goes around comes around)

April 30, 2021 @ 1:04 am

Ken Rex McElroy (June 1, 1934 – July 10, 1981) was a resident of Skidmore, Missouri, United States. Known as "the town bully", McElroy's unsolved killing became the focus of international attention. Over the course of his life, McElroy was accused of dozens of felonies, including assault, child molestation, statutory rape, arson, animal cruelty, hog and cattle rustling, and burglary.

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Bonus Episode Elizabeth Bathory “the countess of death”

April 30, 2021 @ 12:43 am

The stories of Báthory's sadistic serial murders are verified by the testimony of more than 300 witnesses and survivors as well as physical evidence and the presence of horribly mutilated dead, dying and imprisoned girls found at the time of her arrest. Stories describing Báthory's vampiric tendencies, such as the tale that she bathed in the blood of virgins to retain her youth, were generally recorded years after her death, and are considered unreliable. Her story quickly became part of national folklore, and her infamy persists to this day. Some insist she inspired Bram Stoker's Dracula (1897), though there is no evidence to support this hypothesis. Nicknames and literary epithets attributed to her include The Blood Countess and Countess Dracula.

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Turnbull Canyon Mysteries, Death and cults

April 15, 2021 @ 12:16 am

Just east of Los Angeles rests the 4.5 mile stretch of Turnbull Canyon that hides mysteries and death along with the spirits of erie places and legends of ghosts. Listen as we describe the canyons and tell the stories that have haunted people to this day.

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