The Last Podcast On The Left covers all the horrors our world has to offer both imagined and real, from demons and slashers to cults and serial killers, The Last Podcast is guaranteed to satisfy your blood lust.
On the conclusion to our series on Heaven's Gate, we cover the lead-up to the suicides, the suicides themselves, and the immediate aftermath, as well as the myriad of exit statements that the members of the cult left behind.
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We continue our journey with The Stooges, and explore how these counter to the counter-culture punks became underground icons to a budding new rock n roll sensibility.
On the second part of our series on Heaven's Gate, we break down the full belief system of the cult, how the years they spent in campgrounds helped develop it, and just what it was that turned the entire cult to suicide.
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On our first series, we cover the so-called godfathers of punk, The Stooges. Join us as we explore the early days of Iggy and the boys as the more innocent of their drug-fueled escapades as the band tries figuring out their voice in the midst of the ultimately empty peace and love movement.
On this, our very first redux of a subject, we begin the story of one of the most famous and misunderstood suicide cults of the nineties: Heaven's Gate. Join us on this first episode as we cover the early lives of founders Marshall Applewhite and Bonnie Nettles, as well as how the theology of the Hale-Bopp hitchhikers developed over the years.
On the conclusion to our series on Bob Berdella, we cover his last two murders, the daring escape that led to his arrest, and the aftermath of his capture in which everyone in Kansas City decided to become a comedian concerning serial killers.
It's heavy hitter time once again as we cover one of the cruelest of all the torture killers: Bob Berdella, aka the Kansas City Butcher. Join us as we cover Bob's time as an art student, his first few murders, and the house of horrors from which all of his crimes were committed.
On the conclusion to our series on the murder of Girly Chew, we cover the possible ways the murder might have gone down including the possibility that the perpetrator was a former fashion designer named Linda Henning who believed she was a Reptilian queen tasked with saving the planet.
On today’s episode, we tell the stories of three cases of alien abduction in which sex, specifically sex for the purposes of breeding alien species with male human studs, was the motivating factor behind the abductions.
On the conclusion to our series on Hadden Clark, we hear how Hadden got the name of the Cross-Dressing Cannibal with his two proven murders, plus we get into his interrogation which rivals the Mark Twitchell case in terms of pure goofiness.
Ben 'n' Henry chat with Elijah Wood and Daniel Noah of indie production company SpectreVision about horror movies and their podcast "Visitations" -- on which they visit the homes and workshops of some of their favorite creators in the genre community and beyond.
It's time for a somewhat lesser-known Heavy Hitter with Hadden Clark, aka the Cross-Dressing Cannibal. Join us on the first of a two part series as we cover Hadden's psychotic childhood, his possible early murders and the absolutely brutal murder that was committed not by Hadden, but his brother.
Today we explore the story of two legendary vampire hunters named Sean Manchester and David Farrant who, back in the early seventies, engaged in a serious rivalry concerning a certain vampyre that stalked the rows of London's Highgate Cemetery. Was it a spectre with psychic draining abilities or a flesh and blood creature of the night preying on the young girls of Highgate? Tune in to find out!
On the conclusion to our series on Borley Rectory, we cover the most intense period of activity in the residence, including the years that the infamous paranormal investigator Harry Price spent trying to wheedle the secrets out of what he called the most haunted house in England.
On the first of a two part series, we kick off Halloween with a good old-fashioned ghost story concerning the most haunted house in all of England: Borley Rectory! Join us as we discuss all the hits, from the Phantom Nun to Old Amos, including the family that kicked off the whole shebang, the Bulls.
In an effort to show you what else we got going on at The Last Podcast Network, we're dropping our latest episode of KINDA FUN into your feed: On this ep, Ben and Katy are joined by New Japan badass Brody King and they talk breaking kayfabe on social media, his passion for music, and the next generation of wrestlers coming up through the ranks.
On the conclusion to our series on Mormonism, we cover two modern true crime stories that occurred as a direct result of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young's teachings. The first, set in the early 1980s, is a tale of revelation and blood atonement involving a brutal double murder, while the second is a story of polygamy perverted to satisfy the pedophilic desires of the sociopaths in charge of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
On this, the fifth part of our series on Mormonism, we cover the polygamy-filled years under the leadership of Brigham Young, which resulted in the deaths of hundreds of people due to mass murder and negligence, as well as the founding of Salt Lake City.
It's the climax of the Joseph Smith portion of the story of Mormonism as we cover the founding of the city of Nauvoo, just what made Joseph Smith believe in polygamy so hard, and the secret rituals of the Mormons, plus the inevitable death of the American Prophet.
On this Relaxed Fit episode, we're in Bristol and we're talking about Burke and Hare -- the "Celtic thugs" who became infamous for grave-robbing and the series of murders they committed in Edinburgh, Scotland.
In the third part of our Mormonism series, we cover the establishment of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the reasons behind some of the more well-known Mormon laws, and Joseph Smith's adventures with mummies which led to some of the most deeply-held beliefs of the Latter-Day Saints.
On the second part of Mormonism, we cover the writing of the Book of Mormon itself, including all of the myriad sources Joseph Smith used to cobble together the American religion as well as all the ways Joseph had to sidestep and bullshit to get the thing published.
On this, the first part of our gigantic series on Mormonism, we cover the early life of its founder, Joseph Smith, including his early career as a grave robber and his first revelations involving God, Jesus, and an angel named Moroni.
On today's episode, we cover Howard Unruh, the first widely-known mass shooter in American history, from his time as a soldier in World War II to his infamous Walk of Death in Camden, NJ that resulted in the deaths of thirteen people in 1949.
On the conclusion to our series on Belle Gunness, we take a look at the useful idiot that became a central part of Belle's life, the victim that got Gunness discovered, and the fiery scheme that may have let her get away with the whole thing.
It's Heavy Hitter time as we cover the most vicious black widow America has ever seen: Hell's Princess herself, Belle Gunness. Join us on the first part of our series as we cover Belle's road her murderous plot to rob countless Norwegian bachelors of both life and money as well as her murder and disposal methods.
On the conclusion to our series on Bonnie and Clyde, we cover the blood-soaked bad times and the hunt by legendary lawman Frank Hamer that finally took down America's favorite criminal celebrity couple.
On the second part of our series, we cover the so-called good times of Bonnie and Clyde, from the many blunders of their early years in the Barrow Gang and the murders that occurred as a result of their actions to the shootout that made them famous.
Ben 'n' Henry speak with Dan Aykroyd. Yes, that Dan Aykroyd. Of Nothing But Trouble & Ghostbusters fame.
He shares his extensive knowledge of UFOs, his opinion on disclosure, his personal encounters with the paranormal, and so much more.
On the first of our three-part series on Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, we cover the terribly poor upbringings of two of the most famous criminals of the thirties as well as the beginning of their criminal careers and the short stint in prison that turned Clyde Barrow from a schoolboy to a rattlesnake.
It's time for aliens again as we cover possibly the most credible, impressive, and well-documented UFO sightings in history with the Rendlesham Forest Incident, in which over 60 US military personnel witnessed intelligently controlled lights in the sky, while a further two experienced it up close and personal.
Join us today as we discover the world of real-life psychic vampires, from the history of the movement to the current practitioners, as well as a comprehensive guide on all the signs that indicate that you might be a psychic vampire.
On the conclusion to our series on Israel Keyes, we cover the disappearance and murder of his last victim, the hunt to find Keyes after he reached out to law enforcement BTK-style, and his unfortunate and pathetic attempt at slam poetry.
On the first of our two part series, we cover modern heavy hitter and bargain-bin BTK Israel Keyes through his Fundamentalist Christian upbringing, the cross-country murder sprees that made him famous, and his status as having the worst laugh in the world.
We continue our series on executions with an in-depth look at the origins and history of America's electric chair, from its beginning as a pawn in the great Battle of the Currents near the turn of the century to the absolutely awful ways that some executions have gone awry.
On the conclusion to our series on Joseph Kallinger, we cover the three murders that he committed with his own son and explore the many horrifying visions and immersive hallucinations that drove him to commit such heinous acts.
On today's episode we cover the saga of wildly schizophrenic serial killer Joseph Kallinger, aka The Shoemaker. Join us as we explore how Joseph Kallinger's delusions about God instructing him to save mankind through orthopedics eventually led to three murders.