Episode 216 LIVE: Creepy YouTube Videos

On this spooky trip down the rabbit hole, Tom and Jenny will be discussing the stories behind some of YouTube’s best-known creepy videos, such as I Feel Fantastic, Sad Satan, the Wyoming Incident, and more. We’ll also talk about some other weird online mysteries, like the Purity/Slipknot crime, Chip Chan, various strange ARG’s, and even more fun stuff. Don’t hide in the comment section; stay up here and get creeped out on episode 216.

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215 LIVE: Charlie No-Face and Other Urban Legends That Turned Out to be True (Plus Jenny’s Birthday!)

On this installment of 13 O’Clock, we’ll be discussing some creepy urban legends that turned out to have more truth to them than people realized. We’ll talk about The Green Man, aka Charlie No-Face, a supposed boogeyman haunting western Pennsylvania; the Bunnyman legend of Virginia; the weird Scottish yarn of the Catman of Greenock; the posthumous adventures of sideshow corpse Elmer McCurdy, and more! Plus we’ll be celebrating Jenny’s birthday with cake and booze, and special guests Sophie, Dennis (with repaired head), and HH Holmes. Put on your party hat and get legendary with us on episode 215!

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Episode Ninety-Two: Spring-Heeled Jack, Mad Gasser, and Devil’s Footprints

Victorian London is terrorized by a diabolical, high-jumping figure with metal claws and eyes of flame. A town in Illinois falls prey to a phantom gasser in the mid-1940s. And an estuary in Devon, England plays host to a very long and mysterious trail of hoofprints that might have been left by Satan himself. On this fun, folkloric episode, Tom and Jenny are discussing three weird cases of possibly paranormal origin: the legend of Spring-Heeled Jack, the Mad Gasser of Mattoon, and the Devil’s Footprints. In our news segment, we’re also giving an update on our old pal the Angry Gay Pope, whose anti-Scientology channel has been the subject of a YouTube ban, and we’re discussing the recent death of renowned parapsychologist Guy Lyon Playfair, famous for his extensive work on the Enfield Poltergeist case. Settle in for a creepy rundown of urban legends, mass hysteria, and more on episode 92.

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Clip at the beginning taken from “Spring-Heel’d Jack,” episode 4 of Houdini & Doyle.

Song at the end: “Spring Heeled Jack” by Lemon Demon.

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Episode Seventy-Two: The Russian Sleep Experiment, Plus Tic Tac UFO

It’s the first episode of 2018, and things are about to get REAL creepy. Creepypasta, that is. After a brief and topical discussion of the recent “Tic Tac UFO” story that grabbed the headlines, we’re delving into the story of the infamous Russian Sleep Experiment. According to lore, a group of scientists working in Russia in the 1940s decided to subject a group of men to some extreme sleep deprivation combined with the use of an experimental stimulant gas. Spoiler alert: shit didn’t go too well, and an insane and shocking bloodbath ensued. But did this horrific experiment ever really happen? Tom and Jenny are on the case, so brew up the stimulant of your choice and try to stay awake for episode 72.

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Clip at the beginning: The Russian Sleep Experiment Official Short Film. Song at the end: “Never Sleep Again” by The Crest. Link to the 1940 film Experiments in the Revival of Organisms.

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Episode Forty-Two: A Collection of Cryptids!

The world is full of amazing creatures great and small, but crypozoologists are convinced that there are even more bizarre and amazing-er critters out there that science has so far been unable to pin down. From Bigfoot to Nessie, from the chupacabra to the Jersey Devil, from the Aswang to the Pukwudgie, cryptids have been reported by all cultures in every era of history, and even though a few reports of mysterious unknown creatures turned out to have a basis in fact, many of the current sightings still retain more than a whiff of legend. How likely are some of these fascinating varmints to exist? On this episode, Tom and Jenny take a fun, whirlwind romp through the shadowy corridors of cryptozoology, exploring some of the better-known and lesser-known creatures. Pour some plaster of Paris into that giant hominid footprint and join us for episode 42.

Episode Twenty-Two:The Devil’s Breath – Zombie Drug or Overhyped Hallucinogen?

Known alternately as Devil’s Breath, Angel’s Trumpet, Burundanga, or by many other names, the drug produced by the flowers of the Colombian borrachero tree has a fearsome reputation of being able to completely zombify a person simply by having it blown in said person’s face. The alkaloid called scopolamine that is responsible for the drug’s effects is certainly dangerous and has indeed been used as a date rape drug in addition to facilitating robberies and other crimes, but how much of this drug’s terrifying legend is legitimate and how much is wildly exaggerated? Can you really lose your free will completely, simply by touching the stuff? On this episode of 13 O’Clock, Tom and Jenny try to sort out myth from reality regarding the so-called “world’s scariest drug,” and along the way tell a few of their own stories about being dosed with various substances.