“IN COLD BLOOD: THE CLUTTER MURDERS” and More True Terrifying Horror Stories! #WeirdDarkness


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Apr 05 2020 98 mins   164
“IN COLD BLOOD: THE CLUTTER MURDERS” and More True Terrifying Horror Stories! #WeirdDarkness If you like the podcast, please leave a review in the podcast app you listen from, and share a link to the podcast on Facebook and Twitter to invite others to become Weirdos too! IN THIS EPISODE: (Dark Archives episode with stories from January 15-16, 2019) *** 
A high school biohacker in France claims he created a DNA sequence out of passages from the Bible and the Koran – and then he injected it into his veins. (God’s DNA) *** A family discovers it might not be a good idea to purchase a home once owned by a child molester. (Childhood Tormentors) *** One town legend from 1577 says a giant hellhound killed two people who were kneeling in prayer after knocking down the church doors amid a flash of lightning. We’ll learn about the Black Shuck. (The Black Shuck) *** In a remote part of northern Tanzania in Africa there is a mysterious lake. The water is so caustic that it can burn the skin and eyes of unprepared creatures. And it can turn flesh into stone. (Medusa Lake) *** But first, we’ll look at the story behind Truman Capote’s best selling novel, “In Cold Blood” - and how it not only terrorized the townspeople in 1959 – but it haunted Capote himself for the rest of his life. (In Cold Blood: The Clutter Murders) *** In the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, the giant threatens to eat Jack by killing him and grinding his bones into bread. But it’s not just fairytales that have human bone bread – it’s a reality in the kitchens of some people. (I’ll Grind His Bones To Make My Bread) *** On December 26, 1900, something strange and unexplained happened on the largest of the Flannan Islands, Eilean Mor, Scotland. Three lighthouse keepers disappeared into the night, never to be seen again. Their mysterious disappearance still baffles historians and scientists. (Disappearance At The Eilean Mor Lighthouse) *** According to legend, one small town in Iowa suffered a very strange fate. No one knows when the town of Urkhammer was established – and nobody knows where it has gone. (Where’s Urkhammer?) *** When a poltergeist finds its voice and starts to talk, you know the haunting you are living through has taken a turn for the worse. (When The Poltergeist Finds Its Voice) 
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