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Thinking Sideways Podcast

By Thinking Sideways Podcast

Rank #62 in History category

Society & Culture
History
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Devin, Joe and Steve have always been curious. Though they don’t have any formal education to guide them, they sit down every week to discuss unsolved mysteries of all kinds: weird noises, strange website and horrific suicides that look a lot like murders. They take a skeptical approach, but never discount the truly odd nature of the world.

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Devin, Joe and Steve have always been curious. Though they don’t have any formal education to guide them, they sit down every week to discuss unsolved mysteries of all kinds: weird noises, strange website and horrific suicides that look a lot like murders. They take a skeptical approach, but never discount the truly odd nature of the world.

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2954 Ratings
Average Ratings
1973
440
181
146
214

Too much banter.

By Ckstuds - Nov 24 2018
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We are here to listen to the topics. Not to here you excited over your own voice! I don’t understand why the hosts have to talk about nonsense and make jokes during it. Very annoying.

Ummm...

By Rebelcake - Aug 17 2018
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Pretty good. This podcast is a +1/-1 depending on your love for the dad jokes.

iTunes Ratings

2954 Ratings
Average Ratings
1973
440
181
146
214

Too much banter.

By Ckstuds - Nov 24 2018
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We are here to listen to the topics. Not to here you excited over your own voice! I don’t understand why the hosts have to talk about nonsense and make jokes during it. Very annoying.

Ummm...

By Rebelcake - Aug 17 2018
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Pretty good. This podcast is a +1/-1 depending on your love for the dad jokes.

Top 10 Episode of Thinking Sideways Podcast

Rank #1: The disappearance of Rebecca Coriam

Jul 14 2016
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On March 22nd, 2011, Disney Wonder crew member Rebecca Coriam went missing. Disney's handling of the case has been anything but perfect and speculation still swirls around the mysteriously upsetting phone call she had when she was last seen on CCTV.

Rank #2: The disappearance of little Anna Waters

Jul 12 2018
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Anna was 5 years old when she disappeared on a rainy day while playing near the creek behind her house. Though it seems she could have just fallen in and been washed away, divorced parents and stories from her two older brothers seem to suggest something more sinister happened.

Rank #3: The death of Morgan Ingram

Jul 21 2016
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20-yr-old Morgan Ingram was stalked and tormented for 4 months until December 2011, when she was found dead of an apparent drug overdose. Police ruled it a suicide, but Morgan's parents say she was murdered.

Rank #4: The suspicious death of Jonathan Luna

Jul 19 2018
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Federal prosecutor Jonathan Luna left his office to go on a long solitary midnight drive, and then was discovered dead the following morning, under very suspicious circumstances, many miles from home. What happened to Jonathan Luna?

Rank #5: The Atlanta Ripper

Mar 17 2016
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For two years in the early 20th century, the black community of Atlanta was terrorized by a serial killer whose crimes eerily resembled those of Jack the Ripper. The killer was never caught.

Rank #6: Kubrick's The Shining

Aug 13 2015
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Stanley Kubrick produced and directed the iconic film The Shining, released in 1980. Crowds at the time were terrified and/or confused by the film, today it is a classic. But what was really going on with Kubrick's version of the story? There are a host of theories suggesting why Kubrick produced the movie and what it's actually about. And we have an inside scoop.

Rank #7: The Disappearance of Ben McDaniels

May 05 2016
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On August 18th 2010 Ben McDaniel dove into the cave in Vortex Spring in Ponce de Leon Florida. He was never seen again and after years of searching the cave no diver has ever found his body. Is his body in the cave... or somewhere else?

Rank #8: Long Island Serial Killer

Sep 29 2016
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In 2010 the bodies of four prostitutes were found wrapped in burlap and buried in the brush on Oak Island NY. The next year 6 more sets of remains would be found, most of them believed to also have been prostitutes. Is a single serial killer using Oak Island as a dumping ground? Is it multiple serial killers? Or are they all unrelated?

Rank #9: Karin Waldegrave

May 25 2017
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In April 2010, a Facebook account named Karin Catherine Waldegrave (Von Berg Habsburg) appeared and started posting mysteriously prolific posts, only to be removed a year later. What were these posts about? And was Karin even real?

Rank #10: The Murder of Martha Moxley

Nov 03 2016
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On the night of October 30, 1975, 15-year-old Martha Moxley was brutally bludgeoned to death in her yard in Greenwich, Connecticut. Despite years of police investigations, and one actual conviction, the identity of Martha's killer is still up for grabs in the minds of many people.