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The Bone Collector

The Bone Collector

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I collect “bones”. Stories and legends that put a twist on everything you were taught in school. I’m talking about everything from history people and events to ghost stories, murders and their cover-ups. Each show is something different, and I guarantee nothing you’ve heard before.

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Death, the final and most powerful stage in a person's life. The everday concept of one dying has always been surrounded by superstition and tradition. The funerary rituals of the 19th century are some of the most interesting and, in a... more

H.H Holmes prayed on young women during the Chicago Exposition in 1893 and he left a trail of bodies throughout his life all around the country, but could he have also been the killer who terrorized the Whitechapel district in London... more

The oddest stories hit the newspapers in the 1800s, nothing was taboo. Across Western New York State ghost stories were told, unbelieveable tales of the unknown and spirits trapped on this earthly plane for an eternity. I'll tell a few of... more

In this episode I'll discuss some of the more notable incidents of UFO and alien encounters, including the April 17, 1897 crash in Aurora, Texas (just in time for the 124th anniversary). I'll also touch on 19th century Presidential sightings... more

In literature and children's movies, Pocohontas is portrayed as a Native American girl who fell in love with an English settler. Their love conquered all but in the end they would live in different worlds. Sounds like a Hallmark movie! However, the... more

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