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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: September, 2015
Sep 24, 2015
John Bingham, known as Lord Lucan, was a charismatic noble with expensive tastes and a gambling habit who separated from his wife in 1972 and lost custody of his children in 1973. On November 7th, 1974 someone killed the children's nanny and attacked Binghams's wife. The Lord was heard from briefly the following day and then disappeared. Where did he go?
Sep 17, 2015
A man calling himself Peter Bergmann showed up in the Irish coastal town of Sligo in June 2009. Over the following 3 days he carefully erased all evidence of his identity, after which point his body was found on a beach north of town, dead of unknown causes.
Sep 10, 2015
In 1926, Agatha Christie went missing for 11 days. The official report is that her disappearance was due to "out of body amnesia". Where did she go? What did she do? Those 10 days remain a mystery to this day, and questions swirl: does she really not remember anything?
Sep 3, 2015
Frederick Cook claimed to be the first man to climb to the peak of Mt. McKinley in 1906, in 1909 he claimed to have made it to the North Pole in the spring of 1908. Arctic explorer Robert Peary launched a campaign against Cook and soon no one believed he had done it. In the last several decades people retracing their steps have begun wonder if he really did it. Was Cook really successful or was he a great fraud?
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