Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Bourbon and Bloodshed

Apr 30, 2020

Today, we’re covering the strange world of national park disappearances. According to the NPS, national parks cover over 84 MILLION acres of space across the US, that’s approximately 340,000 square kilometers. Not that any of us know what that means because we speak American so we measure shit in miles here. Tallies...


Apr 23, 2020

We're going CLAWS TO THE WALL- mixing it up with tequila and White Claws, no bourbon today (sorry guys) BUT we are covering the bloodshed.

Specifically, the story of Daniel LaPlante. This story blends an incredibly fucked up murder, with the type of folklorish stories that urban legends and nightmares are made of. He...


Apr 13, 2020

We're currently in a ham coma and dreaming about the wonderful world of travel. Take a journey to the South Pacific Ocean with us, where we land on the 63 square mile island of Easter Island, full of nearly 900 Moai statues that are as mysterious as the people that made them.

We get off track a lot in this episode....


Apr 6, 2020

Robert, or Bobby, Durst, was born in 1943 to one of the wealthiest families in New York. His father owned residential and commercial property in New York City and his father, Seymour Durst, was actually on the cover of New York magazine as a player in their feature “The Men Who Own New York”. Ironically, this story...