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That Time I Was Almost a Victim of a Serial Killer; A Funny Party Story From When I Was 19 Isn’t So Funny Anymore; When police used me, a 9 year old, to catch a predator; Skeptical Mom is Less Skeptical; The poem stalker; and Momma Sandy pulls rank--Sam's haunted best friend. Head to sinisterhood.com/freakyfriday to submit your odd but true story Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A sun-filled island off the coast of the Sunshine state, this spot has played host to light of a different kind. Late at night, brave residents who dare to call out the chant three times may find themselves face to face with angry, glowing orbs wielding bats. Is this mystery based on a painful history, can it be explained by modern science, or is something more sinister to blame?  Please consider supporting the companies that support us! -Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/SINISTER -Go to Zocdoc.com/CREEPY and download the Zocdoc app for free -Download the FREE GetUpside App and use promo code creepy to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Coworker Turned Stalker; Lady in White Pajamas; The Time I Was Hexed at a Cupcake Shop; Preschool Ghosts; Another lucid dreamer - had to share after FF #30!; and My Survivor story. Head to sinisterhood.com/freakyfriday to submit your odd but true story Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 213: The Backrooms

Episode 213: The Backrooms

2022-11-1601:25:26

The sound of fluorescent lights at maximum hum-buzz. Approximately six hundred million square miles of randomly segmented empty rooms to be trapped in. Entities lurking around every corner waiting to pounce. Are you watching a movie? Playing the latest video game? Or are you trapped on another plane of reality with no means of escape? Please consider supporting the companies that support us! Head to prose.com/creepy for your FREE in-depth hair consultation and 15% off Visit MyKitsch.com/SINISTER for 30% off everything For unlimited access to EVERY class, and 15% off an annual membership, go to MasterClass.com/CREEPY Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Serial Killer Survivor Story; Don't google your ex's (they may be in jail for murder); Haunting of the shadows; Sleep Walking Creepy Kid Locked Outside and Alien Abduction?; The time I accidentally talked to a psychic...; and Colorado's Most Haunted Road Ruined My Life for 20 Years. Head to sinisterhood.com/freakyfriday to submit your odd but true story Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Milwaukee is a world class city, where a businessman with big ideas decided to build a hotspot where the city’s elite could gather. But his love for the place lasted well beyond his time on earth. His lingering presence has startled employees, frightened guests, and terrified a whole lot of professional baseball players.  Please consider supporting the companies that support us! -For listeners of the show, Everlywell is offering a discount of twenty percent off an at-home lab test at everlywell.com/CREEPY -Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/SINISTER -Go to Framebridge.com and use promo code CREEPY to save an additional 15% off your first order -Helix is offering up to $200 off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners at Helixsleep.com/creepy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you aren't subscribed to our Patreon, we wanted to give you a glimpse of what we've got going on. This mega-mix of clips brings you some of our favorite segments from the month of October. Subscribe today to get full segments plus hundreds of hours of past content! Today you'll hear: Unpopular Opinions - Listener Edition Minisode on the Waukesha Parade Attack Trial Live Q&A Bonus Content Livestream   Don't miss our November events: Live Q&A is Wednesday, 11/16 at 8PM CT Livestream is Thurday, 11/17 at 8PM CT   If you like what you hear and want full versions of all this and more, head to patreon.com/sinisterhood for full details on all the benefits to subscribe today!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Creepy Auditor Man; Questionable Taste in People Runs in My Family, Apparently; Woke Up To Stranger Sleeping Next To Roommates Live in Coffin; Astral Plane Flesh Pedestrians; I didn't know the "P" in CPS stood for Paranormal; and my mom’s doppelgänger Head to sinisterhood.com/freakyfriday to submit your odd but true story Head to Moment.co/sinisterhood to purchase tickets for the replay of our October 27th live show at the Texas Theatre and to purchase the exclusive live show tee shirt! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chicago is home to 200 vibrant neighborhoods each with its own personality and history. This chi-town legend created a one where there was only sand, water, and swamp. Where there’s lakefront property, there’s always greedy people eager to get their hands on it. But what they didn’t know was just who they were messing with. Please consider supporting the companies that support us! -Visit Embarkvet.com and use promo code CREEPY to get free shipping and save $60  -Go to masterclass.com/creepy for 15% off MasterClass -Listen to the Amazon Music exclusive podcast, I HEAR FEAR, in the Amazon Music App. Download the app today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Freaky Birthday

Freaky Birthday

2022-10-2803:40

Happy Friday and Happy Birthday to Heather! We are taking this Friday off. If you still want to make your Friday a little freaky, head to moment.co/sinisterhood and watch our Dallas live show on-demand. We had a blast at the Texas Theatre talking the venue's connection to the JFK assassination and its supernatural occurrences. We also chat about the freakiest ghosts we've ever heard of, the Texas Crytpid Hall of Fame induction ceremony, a dose of true crime from our own backyard, and more! Watch the entire show on-demand for the next 10 days. This won't be released in our feed, so the only way to catch the fun is on Moment. Check it out before it's gone! Head to moment.co/sinisterhood for all the fun! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A stretch of road on Chicago’s south side has been home to this eager passenger for a century. She accepted rides from strangers but wasn’t always the most gracious guest. Screaming, jumping in and out of the car, and in some cases, ghosting those who offered to take her home. Is this a case of mistaken identity and late night hallucinations? Or do drivers headed down archer simply need to prepare for an extra rider?  Head to sinisterhood.com/liveshows to purchase in-person tickets for our October 27th live show Head to Moment.co/sinisterhood to purchase virtual tickets for the October 27th live show Please consider supporting the companies that support us! -Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/SINISTER -Go to Zocdoc.com/CREEPY and download the Zocdoc app for free -Get $20 off your first purchase at rothys.com/CREEPY Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Static People; A precognitive dream from the beyond; Visits from Beyond and the Dead Dad Club; A brush with crime or just a coincidence?; I worked with a murderer; and Murder Suicide at my Hotel. Head to sinisterhood.com/freakyfriday to submit your odd but true story Head to sinisterhood.com/liveshows to purchase in-person tickets for our October 27th live show Head to Moment.co/sinisterhood to purchase virtual tickets for the October 27th live show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A decorated firefighter, a dedicated dad, and an optimistic husband. His family knew that they may lose him suddenly, but they never predicted the cause would be murder. Late one night in 2016, police responded to frantic 911 calls from a dirt road in Texas. When they arrived, the only witness began giving details that just didn’t add up.  Head to sinisterhood.com/liveshows to purchase in-person tickets for our October 27th live show Head to Moment.co/sinisterhood to purchase virtual tickets for the October 27th live show Please consider supporting the companies that support us! -Go to prose.com/CREEPY for your FREE in-depth hair consultation and 15% off your order -Go to masterclass.com/creepy for 15% off MasterClass -Visit MyKitsch.com/SINISTER for 30% off your entire order -Go to Framebridge.com and use promo code CREEPY to save an additional 15% off your first order Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sinister Dry Humping; Damn my thighs!; UFO at the Farmers Market; Freaky Friday is infiltrating my life; That one time I got possessed by a demon; and My brush with murder-suicide. Head to sinisterhood.com/freakyfriday to submit your odd but true story Head to sinisterhood.com/liveshows to purchase in-person tickets for our October 27th live show Head to Moment.co/sinisterhood to purchase virtual tickets for the October 27th live show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Art, cars, crystals, and death chairs? This Philadelphia landmark was home to one of the city's greatest collectors - of antiques, priceless artifacts, and ghosts. When his family of Pennsylvania elites moved into the mansion on the hill, they had no way of knowing that some of the family members were moving in for eternity. Was this structure truly haunted or were spirits attached to the treasures within its walls?  Recorded live at Theatre for Living Arts in Philadelphia, PA Head to sinisterhood.com/liveshows to purchase in-person tickets for our October 27th live show Head to Moment.co/sinisterhood to purchase virtual tickets for the October 27th live show Please consider supporting the companies that support us! -Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/SINISTER -Helix is offering up to $200 off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners at Helixsleep.com/creepy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jeff Davis 8 encounters; The Call Is Coming from Inside the Motel; Mushrooms, UFO's, and a sassy grandma!; Our Family Haunted House; Dogs are weird and we don't deserve them - my true crime story; and Bloody Crime Scene & Door Cam Questions Police Negligence. Head to sinisterhood.com/freakyfriday to submit your odd but true story Head to sinisterhood.com/liveshows to purchase in-person tickets for our October 27th live show Head to Moment.co/sinisterhood to purchase virtual tickets for the October 27th live show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you aren't subscribed to our Patreon, we wanted to give you a glimpse of what we've got going on. This mega-mix of clips brings you some of our favorite segments from the month of September. Subscribe today to get full segments plus hundreds of hours of past content.   Today you'll hear: True Crime Headlines: Dallas doctor who killed two people with IV bags Minisode: Loab, the AI Cryptid Live Q&A: Episodes we'd save in a Y2K scenario + horror film reviews Livestream: Rural Missed Connections poster is looking for Richard Football   Don't miss our October events: Live Q&A is Wednesday, 10/19 at 8PM CT Livestream is Thursday, 10/20 at 8PM CT   If you like what you hear and want full versions of all this and more, head to patreon.com/sinisterhood for full details on all the benefits and to subscribe today!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With 7 victims already found dead, the local police tried to appease families by creating a task force, but yet another body was found. Soon it would become apparent that the corruption plaguing the community for decades was powerful enough to infiltrate the task force, too. Years passed, suspects’ names were whispered by neighbors, but no arrests were made. Click here to purchase tickets to our in-person live show and worldwide digital experience on Moment. Please consider supporting the companies that support us! -Get $20 off your first purchase at rothys.com/CREEPY Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Freaky Friday: Episode 31

Freaky Friday: Episode 31

2022-09-3001:00:47

The Demon that Follows; My other uncle, the murderer--greetings and another tale from "Momma Sandy"; I Was Lost in the Las Vegas Backrooms; Someone was watching from not too afar....; Well I guess that makes sense...; and The Real Monster In the Bed. Head to sinisterhood.com/freakyfriday to submit your odd but true story Head to sinisterhood.com/liveshows to purchase in-person tickets for our October 27th live show Head to Moment.co/sinisterhood to purchase virtual tickets for the October 27th live show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A small town on a long stretch of highway in the bayou, its residents in the grips of poverty and addiction. When several women go missing and are found dead in a short span of time, their families want answers. But it seems like whoever is responsible for their murders has friends in high places.  Click here to purchase tickets to our in-person live show and worldwide digital experience on Moment. Please consider supporting the companies that support us! - Go to Framebridge.com and use promo code CREEPY to save an additional 15% off your first order -Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/SINISTER - Get 50% off when you spend $12 or more on your first DoorDash order, when you download the DoorDash app and enter code SINISTER -Go to Zocdoc.com/CREEPY and download the Zocdoc app for free Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Autumn Cousineau

Oh god I HATE water bugs. Those little shits are out of nightmares. Like, I already have a phobia of bodies of water, and those just make it worse. The first time I saw them, they showed up in our pool. We used to have a permanent above ground pool, and some water would still be in it during the winter. One winter, my brother and I were fucking around and decided to scoop some of the water out with a 5 gallon bucket (we were bored farm kids). Then I saw the little water bugs shooting around in there and I was like oh HELL no. I think we scooped one out with a little net or something and looked at it, and damn that little thing was scary. And they're so huge! And I read that they also have one hell of a bite. God they're scary. I hate those things. I'm not sure how they got into our pool here in Oregon, but they certainly did and I hated seeing them. One more thing that gave me severe anxiety about swimming lol.

Nov 27th
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Autumn Cousineau

Its always crazy when yall cover a topic that is so close to me. I've lived in northeastern Oregon all 24 years of my life. I've been to the coast over a dozen times, as it used to be a family tradition for us to go to the Oregon coast ever summer. My parents started it when they got married, and obviously my brother and I joined in once we were born. we haven't gone much the last 10 years or so since our two dairy show cows started calving (and my mom had to be home to milk, which usually happened in the summer when we'd go to the coast), but I still love the coast so, so much. And Coos Bay is one of the places we'd visit while there. Also Newport, Seaside, Rockaway Beach, Tillamook, and many others. And I've obviously driven through Portland many times. And the Columbia River Gorge is such a beautiful place to drive down. I love that place so much, and despite my phobia of bodies of water, the Oregon coast is still one of my favorite places ever. I live about 6-8 hours from the coast, depending on where we go, and about 4 hours from Oregon. So really not too far from this. Which makes me kinda go "Oh shit" about this since it's so close to home for me. Can't wait to finish the episode after work.

Nov 22nd
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Autumn Cousineau

Oh dang, I'm just starting the episode obviously, but if that picture of the Backrooms was generated by an AI, that could be one thing to explain why it's so unsettling. That means it looks like a real place but isn't, if it was generated. Ya know, some Uncanny Valley stuff (which is one reason why I think some stuff from sites like Dalli mini creep me out on a deep level). Also, the back rooms is a wild concept, and the worst part is that everything made about it makes the space feel like it's surrounded by nothingness. Like, say, it feels like it's buried deep underground, or somewhere in a void. Like there isn't truly anything outside of it and it's just trapped in nothing. So that, if you do somehow find your way back out, you better hope it lands you back in the space/dimension/etc you came from cuz otherwise it feels like it might just gonna spit you out into a void. If that makes sense. I've never personally played a Backrooms game because I'm too anxious to play scary shit, but I've seen people play it. It's definitely an unsettling topic. I've mainly watched a few games of it played by Markiplier cuz he's played a few Backrooms games and seems to be fascinated by them (and since I've grown up watching his stuff and still hooked at 24 years old because he's a funny dude)

Nov 20th
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Autumn Cousineau

Ngl. Hearing about all this made me distraught, but hearing about how Sophie held the dying Kitty at the bottom of the stairwell and comforted her all while Kitty was cover in stabs and no longer able to speak...I cried. I was driving home from work and just started crying. I cried again when it got to the part where Maryanne refused to leave Kitty's body until she was moved down to the morgue because she didn't want her to be alone. God this kills me. I have a lot I could say about this and how certain people reacted to hearing Kitty dying (and how there were multiple times she could have been saved if people had only ACTED SOONER, aka before the devil incarnate came back to finish the job), but those two parts hit me the hardest. I immediately imagine what that scene looked like and how it could have felt and it killed me to think this all happened to an innocent person. God this breaks my heart. And yes, THANK YOU for not going into brutal detail. No one needs that, and brutal detail tends to make me either cry my eyes out imagining how that felt or I'll stop the episode and never go back. I don't like it when podcasts go into brutal detail about any way that a living being was viciously harmed and/or killed. Thank you for not doing that.

Nov 11th
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Autumn Cousineau

I loved hearing Heather talk about her anxiety over time and having to obsessively plan out her schedule to be places on time to avoid being late. And how she's like, "Oh, so, I have a thing at like 3 pm. It 10 am. Welp looks like I can't do anything else until then because my brain won't let me." Cuz like, for one, same. Big damn same. And for 2, I think that may just be an ADHD thing lol. I know she has ADHD, I have ADHD, and I know that some other people with ADHD are the same. I bet it's partly because our brains have a hard time with motivation and because we've been late so damn freaking often that we obsessively plan to avoid that for the future, especially for super important shit. But it still doesn't always work cuz my brain is like "nah" and then I'm stressed as fuck over it. Fun times.

Nov 5th
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Autumn Cousineau

I'm sorry, but as an LPN, hearing that list of all this lady's "ailments" made me laugh so hard. The fact that anyone would believe that bullshit is both sad and hilarious. Every new ailment listed was funnier than the last and dumb as hell.

Nov 2nd
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Autumn Cousineau

The thought of being like "Oh the term period for your dead relative to be in this spot has passed so where gonna have to move their dead body" is so fucked up what the hell. Like why not, like, oh, I dunno. Leave them there and put the next dead bodies in another unoccupied spot??? Wouldn't it be harder to have to dig up, move, and bury a person again and THEN bury another person there? Wouldn't it be easier to....go somewhere else??? The person who came up with that is a special piece of shit honestly and is the dullest tool in the shed. Like, my god. What made anyone think that is a good idea, because it's so disrespectful to the dead and also is just too much needless work. The only thing I can think of is it was a way to scam people for more money. But they didn't have powered equipment to move the bodies back then, so it would have been so much harder. All that work for no good reason. Insanity. Also, I wonder if graveyards became a thing to help control disease, and possibly to keep predators away from cities. Like, a dead body that isn't buried deep enough will attract predators. We've had to bury animals on our farm, as sometimes that's needed with livestock; we only bury our very special animals up near the house, cuz otherwise the bodies attract coyotes. The holes where we've buried cows at the very far edge of our 14 acre pasture get dug in by coyotes once in a while cuz they smell the bodies. And sometimes our cats and dogs buried up by the house need to have logs on their graves for a while cuz we've seen animals like raccoons or other scavengers (the coyotes don't come up near the house; the cows scare them too much lol) try to dig them out. One time when I was just barely like 18, that did happen. One of our beloved cats, Ditch, had been buried out behind my dad's shop. I went back there one morning to bury a dead bird I found, and I found Ditch's body dug up and drug like 10 feet from his grave. I already have a phobia of dead bodies, and the fact it was our sweet big boy who I just saw long dead and sprawled out really made me lose it. Ever since then, we always cover the fresh graves in logs for at least a few months. Even for a calf we buried up next to my dad's shop a couple months ago (we were super attached to her but she had too many genetic health problems to humanely survive past a couple months old...so we put her out of her misery and buried her up here since she was small and it felt rude to bury her anywhere else). Anyway, sorry for the ADHD rambling, but yeah. Predators can be attracted to graves, and that's not good to have near a city. Also, it wasn't uncommon for people to die more from infectious diseases back then, so staying the hell away from the rotting bodies filled with disease was probably for the best. So, grouping them up in one area out of town where people don't always go may be for the betterment of everyone's health. And as an added bonus, burying them in more open areas allows them to grow bigger. I live in rural Oregon, and there are lots of little rural cemeteries out in the middle of a field at least a mile from the nearest town, sometimes out in the middle of nowhere. There are many cemeteries like that around here. I can think of like 4 of em near me just off the top of my head. And putting them that far out 1) keeps any attracted predators away from town, 2) moves infected bodies to one localized area away from large groups of people, and 3) allows for massive growth of the cemeteries, as long as the owners of the surrounding fields allows. My brain has kinda lost the plot here with my rambling, but yeah. And as someone who has a phobia of dead bodies and especially zombies, I am very, very okay with cemeteries being in one location and usually not in densely populated areas. That also makes me know 100% that I will request to be cremated someday after I die lol. I feel like having my body essentially gone and not able to be fucked with is the only way for me to be truly at peace someday in the far off future when I die.

Oct 27th
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Autumn Cousineau

This hits different now that Lizzy has died and dickhead Charles is king.

Oct 3rd
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Autumn Cousineau

Also, this case is a great example of how most cops will protect each other if they know that someone in their squad did something super fucked up and illegal. And honestly? That's extremely disgusting. I'm not surprised because usually the actually good cops get kicked out of the force FOR reporting the corrupt ones, leaving just the shit ones, but still. It's just really bad to see it happen when it does happen.

Sep 14th
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Autumn Cousineau

This case took me by surprise, especially cuz I don't recall hearing about it in the past. So when I first saw the name for this, I was like "Huh, I recognize the name Rasmussen. I feel like I've met some people with that name, like through showing livestock and whatnot." Then when you said that Sherri was born in Walla Walla, WA, I immediately got huge chills down my spine and put my hand over my mouth. I've lived in the Walla Walla valley my entire life. I've very likely met some of her relatives, even if they would have been more like cousins or neices/nephews. She was only born a few years before my parents, with my mom also growing up in this valley. What the hell. I don't normally hear stuff on these podcasts from this area, and even stuff from other areas of Oregon/Washington hit me hard (the Walla Walla valley also includes a small Oregon town, because this valley is very, very big). But one that involved someone from the same place I was born? And someone with the same career as me (I'm almost a nurse myself)? Damn. That hit me a lot harder than I expected. Shit.

Sep 14th
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Autumn Cousineau

Oh, snipe hunting. I got kinda tricked with that when I was a junior in high school, and I went into the local mountains with our FFA leadership group (I was recently elected a chapter official, much as I didn't want to because everyone else on the leadership team weren't nice to me). I'd never heard of snipe hunting, but I just knew in the back of my head that it wasn't real. Like everyone was like, "You've never been snipe hunting?? Yeah let's do it! We're in the forest so let's do it!" Seriously, every part of me was like "...They're just fucking with me. This can't be real." But I just went with it so I wouldn't be called a stick in the mud. I had a minor panic attack before heading into the woods because I wasn't used to how severely dark it was, but that's the only real response I had. I played along with it but didn't really believe it the whole time. I wasn't the only person in the group who was new to snipe hunting, and the other person did believe it. I was proud when they revealed to us that it was all bullshit. Like, ha! I knew it! You can't fool me. I didn't know this was more of a country-wide thing, cuz I live in the pacific northwest. I've lived in the country on a farm my whole life. Also it's funny that the can burning is just a country thing. I've never done it and haven't heard much about it around here, but like I said I've lived in the country of the pacific northwest my whole life, and I'm just over here like "Yeah that sounds about right."

Aug 30th
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Autumn Cousineau

It's funny you mention the fidget slug, cuz I have multiple that I LOVE and was messing with my favorite one when you said that. The fidget slugs are so good for being so simple.

Aug 8th
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Autumn Cousineau

It's interesting what yall consider a bbq compared to what Canadians and Americans in other places consider it. I've lived in Oregon all 24 years of my life, and I call the thing the meat is cooked on either a BBQ or a grill. Honestly just depends on the moment. And I consider a bbq to be anything where meat is being cooked outside on the grill. Burgers, hot dogs, a cut of meat, a whole damn bird, etc. And I've lived on a farm my whole life where we raise our own beef, pork, and lamb and use the bbq a lot, so my dad cooks a wide variety of stuff on there. I guess shit is different in oregon where there aren't as many big bbq/grill joints around and cooking just huge cuts of meat isn't as common. Also I have a substantial amount of Canadian in me on my dad's side (and French), so it's funny to think if what if I think this way cuz of my heritage? Obviously that's probably not true, but it still makes me laugh to think about.

Jul 2nd
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Armando Chinchilla

you guys should really leave the US... please ... leave tomorrow

Jul 1st
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Stephanie Dubé

My mom was born on toronto island!!! my great grandparents and grandparents built houses there as well. glad you enjoyed your visit!!

Jun 30th
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Bethany Howell- Ugartechea

Hammer Lane Legends is a trucker podcast with trucker stories that happen on the road. It’s great!

Jun 22nd
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(3eloved

I went to school with The West Memphis 3. I was in the same grade as Damian Echols. It was a crazy case in a tiny Arkansas town.

Jun 7th
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Jerry Stauffer

the cops are dirty but I'd he hadn't been baked out of his mind none of this would have happened. drugs are bad, kids

May 26th
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Autumn Cousineau

I love that comment where yall were talking about that one 24 year old football player who was in the superbowl and talking about how much pressure that must be on someone. Heather was like, "Imagine what you were doing at 24?" I'm over here, just turned 24 exactly a month ago, sitting in my car in my driveway at 11:20 pm, just got home from work as a CNA, eating straight out of a can of Pringles. Way to unintentionally call out how immature people still are at this age. Just @ me next time goddamn, lolol. Gave me a damn good laugh because of how ironic it was to hear that right now.

May 24th
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Susan Raeder

You do know that a dike is a dam, right?

May 23rd
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