Jack the Ripper. That name can cause one’s blood to run cold. No serial killer is as famous as Jack the Ripper. This killer was unique in that he seemed to be the first who reveled in provoking the police. The area where these crimes were committed, Whitechapel, would hold onto its infamous reputation. On this episode we will examine the crimes, talk about the victims, theorize on who the killer may have been and share the hauntings that have plagued Whitechapel ever since. The Moment in Oddity features The Great Pumpkin weighs as much as a Volkswagen and This Month in History features an explosion during an ice show at the Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum.
Frank Lloyd Wright is one of the most celebrated architects in America. His designs were ahead of their time and he was a true architectural visionary. Most people know the successes, but not many know about a mass murder that has left one of his personal homes possibly haunted. That would be Taliesin in Wisconsin. Join us as we share the details of Wright’s life, this tragic event and the haunts that are connected to this famous architect! Moment in Oddity features The Phantom Fortress and This Month in History features Fabricius observes and publishes on Sunspots.
Helene Knabe was ahead of her time. She was murdered and to this day, the identity of her killer is a mystery. And that may be why her spirit is at unrest. Join us as we share about the history of the Delaware Flats, the Anthaneum and the life of this amazing woman and her tragic murder. The Moment in Oddity features aliens turning Soviet soldiers to stone and This Month in History features The 1974 Super Outbreak. Topic suggested by Michelle Rooney.
This episode is a haunted true crime! The desire to be thin and healthy has been with us since the dawn of human existence. The only sure thing for losing weight is starvation. And that is just what Dr. Linda Hazzard was offering the desperate people who came to see her. Imagine a serial killer who is paid to do their killing. Join us as we discuss the history and haunts of Starvation Heights. The Moment in Oddity was suggested by Lori Aceto Garcia and features the chainsaw invented to help with childbirth and This Month in History was suggested by Shadow Hunter and features Milicent Patrick and the Creature From the Black Lagoon.
The Gunter Hotel is a historic hotel owned by Sheraton that is located in beautiful San Antonio, Texas. The hotel provides high end accommodations and amenities that include an old time barber shop. There is more than meets the eye at the Gunter Hotel though. A long history that includes a horrific murder mystery has led many to believe that the hotel is haunted. And based on people’s experiences, this hotel very well could be host to at least one restless spirit. The Moment in Oddity features Sailing Stones and This Day in History features Joan of Arc burned at the stake.