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Thinking Sideways Podcast

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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Now displaying: January, 2014
Jan 30, 2014
December 18th, 1996, an unidentified woman commits suicide in the children's section of a cemetery. She leaves two $50 bills to "cover the cost of cremation". She was found on a clear plastic sheet, next to the sheet was an 8" Christmas tree, adorned with gold balls and red ribbons. All signs point to her perhaps being well off. Despite this, she has never been identified.
Jan 23, 2014
The body of Elisa Lam was discovered in a water tank on the top of the Hotel Cecil in Los Angles on February 19th, 2013. How she got there, why she was there, and what happened to her in the days before her death are still unknown. The only thing that is known for sure is that she was alive on the 1st of February exhibiting unusual behavior. What happened to this girl?
Jan 16, 2014
Six weeks after the JFK assassination, a KGB agent who had been working for the CIA defected to the US, claiming to have information about Lee Harvey Oswald. Yuri Nosenko's defection eventually led to purges in the CIA and still haunts the agency, with allegations of cover-ups of information relating to the assassination, and hints at the possibility of a mole in US intelligence.
Jan 9, 2014

A discovery that "changes everything", Gobekli Tepe is a prolific discovery and dates to a time when humans were literally mere decades from being cavemen. Who built these, how did they build them, why did they build them... even to the experts, there are far more questions than answers on this one.

Jan 2, 2014

A new arcade game arrived in Portland in 1981 but was pulled from arcades just weeks after it arrived. It's never been seen again. Was it having strange effects on the kids who play it? Was it a government test? Is it just an urban legend?

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