Not Another Horror Podcast

The Multiverse Theory

The multiverse theory, also known as the parallel universe theory, proposes that our universe isn't the only one in existence.In fact, there are multiple universes, sometimes called parallel universes or alternative universes, that exist in separate dimensions from our own reality and are governed by different laws of physics, resulting in the formation of different…

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Who Put Bella In The Wychelm?

It's been 79 years since the notorious graffiti showed up around town. Written in white paint, the word's “Who Put Bella In The Wychelm” would cement this unsolved case in our minds forever. In this episode of Not Another Horror Podcast, we will explore the history of this case. This is a true horror so…

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A Lover’s Lane Valentine’s Day Killing

The 1971 murders of Jesse McBane, 20, and Patricia Mann, 19, in Durham, North Carolina haunt the community to this day. The young lovers disappeared after attending Valentine’s dance at Watts Hospital. Check out my other podcast here: https://www.podpage.com/murder-me-tinderly/follow/ Buy Me A Coffee and help support the show: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/NAhorrorpodcast  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/notanotherhorrorpodcast  Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/NAhorrorpodcast Support this…

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Three Perfect Strangers

Like something out of a science fiction movie this is a story of one big psychology experiment. When 19-year-old Robert Shafran drove from his home in Scarsdale, NY, to the Catskills for his first day at Sullivan Community College in 1980, he was shocked to find that everyone already knew and adored him. “Welcome back!”…

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A Nightmare Before Christmas : The Bruce Pardo Story

Christmas parties are a time for joy, laughs, and family. A time to be shared with the ones you love. But sometimes, the ones who love us, have a different plan. That was the case of Bruce Jeffrey Pardo, the Killer Santa. Bruce Pardo was not the ideal anything, and he did not handle that…

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Bayou Strangler : The Pattie Labelle Impersenator That Snapped

When we think of serial killers, the name Ronald Joseph Dominique doesn’t necessarily come to mind. But while Dominique—who was later given the moniker “the Bayou Strangler”—never gained the notoriety of the Dahmers and Gacys of the world, his crimes were no less heinous. In fact, his body count makes him one of the most…

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The Unsolved Case Of The Devil’s Footprints From 1855

On the night of 8 February 1855 and one or two later nights,[1] after a heavy snowfall, a series of hoof like marks appeared in the snow. These footprints most of which measured about 4 inches (10 cm) long, 3 inches (7.6 cm) across, between 8 to 16 inches (20 to 41 cm) apart and mostly in a…

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The CircleVille Letters

The small town of Circleville, Ohio appears like another small American town on the face of things, but in its history is one one of the most compelling true crime mysteries out there. In the late 1970s, residents of the town began receiving strange letters from a mysterious individual. Like a low-tech Gossip Girl, this…

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Dopplegangers

In this episode we will dive into doppelgangers, are they fact or are they fiction? From famous cases of Abraham Lincoln to Emile Sagee we will dive in head first. Also we will meet the Wests, a doppelganger who is responsible for the fingerprint method we use today. website: www.notanotherhorrorpodcast.com Buy Me A Coffee and…

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The Pitchfork Murders

On our first case abroad we are getting into the infamous pitchfork murders of England. Charles Walton was found murdered with a pitchfork sticking through him. Was he murdered because he was a suspected with? Or was there more to the story? Website: www.notanotherhorrorpodcast.com  Buy Me A Coffee and help support the show: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/NAhorrorpodcast  Instagram:…

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