You might have noticed the new category at the top there, Scour The Night. I have started a weekly show featuring strange tales and my take on them. The show will feature a mixture of topics that will range from killer women, and paranormal happenings, to strange cults. The first episode features La Llorona, the weeping woman of Hispanic folklore. It draws similarities between the ghost and women who drown their children. Such as Andrea Yates, who killed … Continue reading New Podcast Is Out! Scour The Night
La Llorona is a Hispanic folk legend about a terrifying spirit that is cursed to walk the waterways in search of the children she drowned. Here we address possible origins for the creature and examine real-life cases of women doing the unimaginable.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tM7ZBeCuVA&list=PLD64PVgdlpHVqV-5RCqx-hJQiyxp_tWXB (Human Monsters playlist) Belle Gunness stood six foot tall and had a hard look to her strong face. She was a giant of a woman, with a bloodthirst so strong it led her to kill upwards of 25 people. Even her own children weren't safe from her murderous rages. But where did it all start? Where did one of America's most prolific serial killers develop the pathology that would end so many lives? The … Continue reading Human Monsters: Belle Gunness, Mistress Of Murder Farm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tM7ZBeCuVA&list=PLD64PVgdlpHVqV-5RCqx-hJQiyxp_tWXB (Human Monsters playlist) They say Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, but what if life had scorned you? Nannie Doss was a woman of quiet fury. Having dealt a rough hand from the start, she found that death could better her life in a variety of ways, much to the horror of those closest to her. Doss was one of five children born to Louisa and James Hazel in Blue Mountain, Alabama … Continue reading Human Monsters: Nannie Doss, The Female Bluebeard.