In the 1970s, Priggooris Park in Bath was a dangerous place, connected to the disappearances of three Mid-Michigan teenagers. Today, their spirits are said to haunt the park, along with something much more sinister.
Marshall, Michigan is a strange little town with a dark past. In this episode, we discuss some of the weirdness Marshall has to offer- including the magic museum with a tragic connection to Harry Houdini, and a vintage mail-bombing murder.
When a family man is murdered in his own home, the investigation into his death uncovers a shocking secret that a troubled young couple has been hiding.
When a St. Clair Shores man accuses his mother of killing his father, it ignites a feud that results in one of the most shocking murders Michigan has seen. And based on a listener suggestion, we cover the case of Hastings mother Grace DeMott, who brutally murdered her two young daughters in the 1940s- or did she?
A beautiful young woman enjoying the 4th of July with her fiancee and a family man on his way to work in the early morning hours fall victim to random gun violence, with devastating results.
Baseball, false prophets, amusement parks, sex scandals, long hair, and liars. An up close and personal look at the strangest cult you've never heard of- The House of David.
When a young wife and mother is shot to death in her own home, there are two suspects- her police officer husband and her two year old son. And a robbery gone wrong becomes a fight to the death between a police officer turned carnival wrestler, and a World War II hero turned judo expert.
Traverse City is known for its picturesque beaches, rolling hills, and abundant supply of cherries. It was also once home to the Northern Michigan Asylum and a depraved criminal that hid in plain sight.
When Selina Vercruysse was burned alive in what would become known as the "Mason Torch Murder," her husband of 20+ years claimed it was a horrible accident. But before she died, Selina told officials a very different story. Yolanda Perna was just 27 years old when she was gunned down in the Lansing apartment she shared with her husband and their two young children above the grocery store they owned and operated. Her husband insisted it was an accident- that his wife was shot by mistake- TWICE. Locals believed something else entirely. "The husband did it," that's usually true. It's the "why" that can sometimes be complicated.
An eerily accurate prediction, and a friendship that has transcended the spiritual world. In this episode, Dani and Jenn talk about the intensely personal experiences they've had with psychics, and the moments that turned them into believers.
Things get uncomfortable this week as the girls talk about one of the most gruesome murders in Mid-Michigan history and the horrifying urban legend that resulted from it.
Dani and Jenn discuss two eerily similar cases in which young Michigan mothers disappeared, seemingly into thin air. Dawn Magyar was 20 years old when she disappeared from an Owosso shopping center in broad daylight in 1973. 40 years later, 25 year old Jessica Heeringa disappeared from a convenience store in Norton Shores. Both women left behind little boys that adored them. Both families waited years for answers- only to find themselves wholly unprepared for the horrific truth.
Irish Hills is an unusual region in Southeast Michigan, home to life-sized dinosaurs, abandoned old west towns, cursed lakes, and a monstrous serial killer that history has forgotten about.
The tradition of the modern circus dates back 250 years, and has a history rife with tragedy. In this episode, Jenn and Dani discuss the time a dancing elephant went on a rampage in South Lansing, and a cursed traveling circus that left a trail of death and destruction across the midwest in the early 1900s.
When the mother of a teenage criminal manipulates him and his young wife into forming a suicide pact, a horrific chain of events follows. Did Kathleen Holey get away with murder? And what became of the couple's innocent children?
A crazy connection between an unsolved murder and an urban legend, close calls with serial killers, Velma the Theater Ghost, and more.
Before you head up to Mackinac this summer, there are some things you should know. The girls discuss murder, mayhem, witchcraft, and more.
What's your biggest fear? Jenn dissects her fear of flying, while Dani tells a story that combines two of her greatest fears.
Fathers are supposed to protect their families. But what happens when Dad is the most dangerous person in a child's life?
A gruesome beheading. A brutal double-murder. A diabolical serial killer. In episode 22, Jenn and Dani talk to true crime author Rod Sadler about the cases covered in his books.
Teenage love is intense and often fleeting. But sometimes, it leads to obsession or even violence. In this episode, the girls talk about the killer in Jenn’s family and the time Dani’s mom nearly became a murder victim.
An abandoned institution that’s rumored to be haunted and a militant school where wayward boys were trained to be Civil War soldiers. Dani and Jenn discuss the dark history of The Abigail and the Michigan State Reform School.
A young man disappeared from the Electric Forest Festival in Rothbury, MI in 2018, never be heard from again. A single mother hasn't been seen since walking away from her Marshall, MI home following an argument with her fiancee in 2004. In this episode, Jenn and Dani discuss the missing persons cases of Kevin Graves and Mary Lands.
Jenn and Dani discuss how some of America's most infamous serial killers are connected to Michigan.
Just ahead of their visit to the Toledo Yacht Club for the Midwest Parafest, the girls talk about the building's haunted history and chat with event organizer Chad Dye.
The Michigan Asylum for Insane Criminals in Ionia was part of Mid-Michigan’s landscape for over 90 years. During its reign, the institution treated thousands of patient. But its walls weren’t the strongest, and sometimes inmates disappeared. The results were often disastrous. In this episode, Dani and Jenn talk about two tragic cases in which escaped mental patients preyed on Mid-Michigan’s most vulnerable residents.
The girls discuss the worst loss of life disaster in Lansing's history, and tell stories about the haunted land where the tragedy took place.
The loss of a child is every parent’s worst fear. But the events that unfolded after a tragic auto accident in 2006 plunged two families into an absolute nightmare. Join Jenn and Dani as they breakdown the facts of this shocking case.
Did you know that the first woman ever convicted of murder in Michigan was actually innocent? Jenn and Dani discuss the maddening case of Mary Brooks and interview the curator of the haunted courthouse where her trial took place.
True crime investigative journalist Billy Jensen talks to the girls about his new podcast, his new book, and what it takes to solve unsolvable crimes. (And maybe a little bit about Paul Holes and the My Favorite Murder ladies.)