Did you know that Stephen King’s Killer Car “Christine” was based on a real, haunted car? On this episode of WeirdRead more
There is a place in Great Britain that’s very similar to the Bermuda Triangle. Inside this area, a plane thatRead more
Was a ghost “stolen” from a British pub, and if so, how and why? We’ll try to answer those questionsRead more
Is the legendary Hoosac Tunnel in Western Massachusetts haunted, or is it just a trick of light and sound that makesRead more
Are there really creatures roaming the earth that look like “stickman?” You know, two dimensional drawings? Those stickmen. If they’reRead more
There are many places in the world where unexplained phenomena happen; like the Bermuda triangle, or The Devil’s Sea. Another suchRead more
Every culture on Earth has their stories, handed down from generation to generation, about creatures that stalk the living. An example of this are the ghouls, which we talked about on previously on this podcast. Another though is the Wendigo, which originates from the native peoples of North America.
On this episode of Weird World Weekly, Matt and Dave will discuss it’s characteristics, history and why people feared it in the past, and may still to this day!Read more
The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado; at the gateway to the rocky mountains but perhaps also at the entrance to the world of the paranormal. This resort is famous for many things, including being the inspiration for Stephen King’s “The Shining,” but also because of it’s spiritual activity.
On this episode of Weird World Weekly, Matt and Dave discuss a recent story reporting photographic evidence of it’s haunting but, how real could it be?Read more
Are you from Wisconsin and have always wanted to explore the state some more? Or, if you live somewhere else, have you ever wanted to pay it a visit? On this episode of Weird World Weekly we’ll give you some pretty good reasons to; especially if you’re into urban legends and hauntings like Matt is! Lucky for him, he doesn’t have to go very far to check some of these out. Neither do you maybe!Read more
In 1973 a movie was released called The Exorcist, which was a film adaptation of a novel titled the same from 2 years earlier. What few people know though, is that the story is real, based on multiple incidents that occurred in 1949 to a child who is known only by the letter “R.”
On this episode of Weird World Weekly Matt and Dave will explore the real life events behind the fictitious story of “The Exorcist.”Read more