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Alien abduction, sometimes also called abduction phenomenon, alien abduction syndrome or UFO abduction, is a personally held belief in which the alleged "abductee" describes "subjectively real experiences" of being secretly kidnapped by non-human entities and subjected to physical and psychological experimentation. The X Files. Alien. E.T.. Films and TV shows like these about extra-terrestrials are so popular and so successful that they’ve become deeply embedded in our collective culture. And for as long as we’ve been enjoying scary movies about alien lifeforms, people have been claiming that they’ve had real-life contact with other-worldly beings, often in violent and traumatic abductions.

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    What's The Scariest Thing That's Happened To You While You Were Home Alone? (r/AskReddit)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 42:49


    What's The Scariest Thing That's Happened To You While You Were Home Alone? (r/AskReddit)

    Creepiest Missing Person Stories that you won't be able to stop listening to

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    The mysterious disappearance of the Eilean Mor lighthouse keepers.

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 6:20


    The mysterious disappearance of the Eilean Mor lighthouse keepers.On the 26th December 1900, a small ship was making its way to the Flannan Islands in the remote Outer Hebrides. Its destination was the lighthouse at Eilean Mor, a remote island which (apart from its lighthouse keepers) was completely uninhabited.Although uninhabited, the island has always sparked people's interest. It is named after St. Flannen, a 6th century Irish Bishop who later became a saint. He built a chapel on the island and for centuries shepherds used to bring over sheep to the island to graze but would never stay the night, fearful of the spirits believed to haunt that remote spot.Captain James Harvey was in charge of the ship which was also carrying Jospeph Moore, a replacement lifehouse keeper. As the ship reached the landing platform, Captain Harvey was surprised not to see anyone waiting for their arrival. He blew his horn and sent up a warning flare to attract attention.There was no response.Joseph Moore then rowed ashore and ascended up the steep set of stairs that led up to the lighthouse. According to reports from Moore himself, the replacement lighthouse keeper suffered an overwhelming sense of foreboding on his long walk up to the top of the cliff.The island of Eilean Mor, with the lighthouse in the background. Attribution: Marc Calhoun under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license.Once at the lighthouse, Moore noticed something was immediately wrong; the door to the lighthouse was unlocked and in the entrance hall two of the three oil skinned coats were missing. Moore continued onto the kitchen area where he found half eaten food and an overturned chair, almost as if someone had jumped from their seat in a hurry. To add to this peculiar scene, the kitchen clock had also stopped.Moore continued to search the rest of the lighthouse but found no sign of the lighthouse keepers. He ran back to the ship to inform Captain Harvey, who subsequently ordered a search of the islands for the missing men. No-one was found.Harvey quickly sent back a telegram to the mainland, which in turn was forwarded to the Northern Lighthouse Board Headquarters in Edinburgh. The telegraph read:A dreadful accident has happened at Flannans. The three Keepers, Ducat, Marshall and the occasional have disappeared from the island. On our arrival there this afternoon no sign of life was to be seen on the Island.Fired a rocket but, as no response was made, managed to land Moore, who went up to the Station but found no Keepers there. The clocks were stopped and other signs indicated that the accident must have happened about a week ago. Poor fellows they must been blown over the cliffs or drowned trying to secure a crane or something like that.Night coming on, we could not wait to make something as to their fate.I have left Moore, MacDonald, Buoymaster and two Seamen on the island to keep the light burning until you make other arrangements. Will not return to Oban until I hear from you. I have repeated this wire to Muirhead in case you are not at home. I will remain at the telegraph office tonight until it closes, if you wish to wire me.A few days later, Robert Muirhead, the board's supernatant who both recruited and knew all three men personally, departed for the island to investigate the disappearances.His investigation of the lighthouse found nothing over and above what Moore had already reported. That is, except for the lighthouse's log…Muirhead immediately noticed that the last few days of entries were unusual. On the 12th December, Thomas Marshall, the second assistant, wrote of ‘severe winds the likes of which I have never seen before in twenty years'. He also noticed that James Ducat, the Principal Keeper, had been ‘very quiet' and that the third assistant, William McArthur, had been crying.What is strange about the final remark was that William McArthur was a seasoned mariner, and was known on the Scottish mainland as a tough brawler. Why would he be crying about a storm?Log entries on the 13th December stated that the storm was still raging, and that all three men had been praying. But why would three experienced lighthouse keepers, safely situated on a brand new lighthouse that was 150 feet above sea level, be praying for a storm to stop? They should have been perfectly safe.Even more peculiar is that there were no reported storms in the area on the 12th, 13th and 14th of December. In fact, the weather was calm, and the storms that were to batter the island didn't hit until December 17th.The final log entry was made on the 15th December. It simply read ‘Storm ended, sea calm. God is over all'. What was meant by ‘God is over all'?After reading the logs, Muirhead's attention turned to the remaining oil skinned coat that had been left in the entrance hall. Why, in the bitter cold winter, had one of the lighthouse keepers ventured out without his coat? Furthermore, why had all three lighthouse staff left their posts at the same time, when rules and regulations strictly prohibited it?Further clues were found down by the landing platform. Here Muirhead noticed ropes strewn all over the rocks, ropes which were usually held in a brown crate 70 feet above the platform on a supply crane. Perhaps the crate had been dislodged and knocked down, and the lighthouse keepers were attempting to retrieve them when an unexpected wave came and washed them out to sea? This was the first and most likely theory, and as such Muirhead included it in his official report to the Northern Lighthouse Board.But this explanation left some people in the Northern Lighthouse Board unconvinced. For one, why had none of the bodies been washed ashore? Why had one of the men left the lighthouse without taking his coat, especially since this was December in the Outer Hebridies? Why had three experienced lighthouse keepers been taken unaware by a wave?Although these were all good questions, the most pertinent and persistent question was around the weather conditions at the time; the seas should have been calm! They were sure of this as the lighthouse could be seen from the nearby Isle of Lewis, and any bad weather would have obscured it from view.Over the following decades, subsequent lighthouse keepers at Eilean Mor have reported strange voices in the wind, calling out the names of the three dead men. Theories about their disappearance have ranged from foreign invaders capturing the men, all the way through to alien abductions! Whatever the reason for their disappearance, something (or someone) snatched those three men from the rock of Eilean Mor on that winter's day over 100 years ago.The mysterious disappearance of the Eilean Mor lighthouse keepers.

    Valley of Headless Men: Mysterious Decapitations in Canada's Nahanni Valley

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 7:09


    Valley of Headless Men: Mysterious Decapitations in Canada's Nahanni ValleyThe Northwestern Territories of Canada are truly one of Earth's last true wild places. One of its special National Park Reserves, called the Nahanni Valley, is however a little bit wilder than most. It is home to some strange myths and mysteries and boasts a fearsome reputation for being a haunted and deadly place. This remote wild valley is not just inhospitable due to its rugged terrain, extreme weather, and predators, but is also deadly due to some unexplained circumstances. Over the decades, many unfortunate travelers and explorers have gone missing, or they turned up dead and beheaded. The number of decapitated bodies found within Nahanni Valley have earned it the nickname “Valley of Headless Men”. What is the explanation to this mystery?The Nahanni Valley is a vast expanse of land in Canada's Northwest Territories. It's a land of jagged mountains, harsh forests and eerie fogs – a place steeped in supernatural lore and mystery, best reflected in its better-known moniker: ‘Valley of Headless Men'.The Dene people who lived in the Nahanni for at least 10,000 years prior to the arrival of European explorers in the late 18th century had long spoken of mythical creatures, hidden tropical gardens and rivers that should be avoided at all costs. There may be good reasons for that. At least four headless bodies have turned up in the Nahanni Valley since the early 1900s.Just as ominous, yet harder to quantify, the general, eerie feeling you get in the Nahanni Valley, that something is off – and it's looking at you.Where is the Nahanni Valley?The Nahanni Valley is a region in Nahanni National Park, in the Dehcho region of the Northwest Territories, about 500 kilometres west of Yellowknife. It's a huge, remote and inhospitable area that you can only visit by plane or boat. It's well known for the South Nahanni River and four 3,000+ foot canyons, called First, Second, Third and Fourth Canyons respectively, which line the river.It has some of the most diverse landforms in the country, with canyons, caves, tufa mounds and a waterfall twice the height of Niagara Falls all in the valley.Animals thrive here too, given its remote location and general absence of humans. Bears, wolves, bison, caribou, owls and even the elusive wolverine all call the Nahanni home, within the mountains, plains, spruce and aspen forests of this massive area.What is the Nahanni Valley Mystery?There are at least five mysteries tied to the Nahanni Valley, but the most famous and likely the one you've heard, is the mystery of the headless bodies. That's where the Nahanni gets its rather creepy moniker ‘Valley of the Headless Bodies'. People have vanished here, be they explorers, miners, plane pilots and others who simply dared set foot in this foreboding region.More abstract, however, is the Nahanni's reputation as being a place of evil, where men disappear after going downstream, tribes mysteriously vanish without a trace, giants that cook meals in the valley's hot spring, and harbingers of doom when that spring is empty.Frank and Willie McLeod: The First Headless BodiesIn 1904, brothers Frank and Willie McLeod left Edmonton, Alberta and came to the valley in search of gold. Making the journey in a particularly cold winter, with primitive gear, by train, boat and land, they reached Gold Creek and struck gold later that year.With their fortune struck, they headed back to their home in Fort Liard.But greed can get the worst of men at times, and the McLeod brothers, unsatisfied with their winnings, headed back to the Nahanni Valley in 1905 for a second expedition.They never returned. And their fates were unknown until 1908, when their brother, Charlie McLeod, found their headless bodies on the edge of the river – with one of the corpses arms outstretched, still reaching for his gunTheir demise led to the location's new name: Headless Creek. And the broader region in which it sits, now called ‘Deadman's Valley', hints at what happened to the McLeod Brothers some 100+ years ago.Martin Jorgensen: Third Headless BodyThe McLeod brothers don't hold the distinction of being the only headless bodies found in the Nahanni Valley. In 1917, Yukon prospector Martin Jorgensen went missing shortly after he'd sent notice to his home that he'd ‘struck in rich' while in the Nahanni. When searchers eventually found his body, they noted his cabin had been burned to the ground – and on a more gruesome note, like the McLeod brothers, he too was found missing his head.It was the discovery of Jorgensen's body, coupled with the McLeod's morbid fate, that gave rise to rumours of head hunters in the Nahanni Valley, according to Canadian newspapers. And it was this same mystique, combined with the Nahanni Valley's reputation of being a ‘subarctic El Dorado' filled with golden nuggets, that inspired myths of ‘The Lost McLeod Mine' and hundreds of prospectors to make the journey – many of whom never came home.Nahanni Valley MonsterThe Nahanni Valley is rich in lore and tales of mythical, sometimes macabre creatures that feast on those who enter the region. The Nahanni Valley Monster is one of them. It's actually a collection of creatures said to inhabit the Nahanni Valley, including:The Evil Spirit – A story told by native hunters who entered the valley in search of food and lived to tell about it. The Evil Spirit of the Nahanni Valley is said to haunt the region and make its presence known with otherworldly shrieks on cold and windy nights.Giants – Giants are said to live in the Nahanni Valley – and cook their meals in Rabbitkettle hotsprings.Prehistoric Monsters – Hunters and native trappers speak of mammoths, mastodons and prehistoric beasts in the Nahanni Valley – their tracks visible in snow and creek beds. Some frontiersmen may have even returned from the Nahanni wilderness with precious ivory tusks, and flesh still attached to the bone.The Waheela – A huge, wolf-like creature linked to deaths, accidents, the unexplained and weirdness that happened to geologists and naturalists that entered the Nahanni Valley with renewed interest in the 1960s.The Nuk-Luk – No, it's not the Canucks rather heart-breaking playoff performance over the past 50 years (C'Mon guys, a Cup already, please??). Nuk-Luk is a short, half-naked sub-human creature spotted around the Fort Liard, Fort Simpsons and Nahanni Butte areas. He carries a stone club and has a long, dark beard.Naha: The Vanished TribeGoogle ‘Nahanni Valley' and you may see rumours of a vanished tribe that disappeared from the region. That's the Naha – a nomadic, war-like people who lived in mountain caves, and frequently descended to raid Dene villages in the lowlands around the Liard and McKenzie rivers.After years of beatdowns by the Naha, a group of brave Dene warriors had finally had enough and journeyed into Naha territory for a surprise ambush. But instead of fierce Naha, they found abandoned teepees – and nothing else.The Naha tribe had literally disappeared.Perhaps wisely fearing the giant cannibals and evil spirits of Nahanni mythology, the Dene warriors fled back to their settlements in the lowlands. And they saw no trace of the Naha again.

    What is the scariest thing you have seen out there?

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 61:17


    What is the scariest thing you have seen out there?

    What Is the Scariest Story You Know That Is 100% True? (r/AskReddit)

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    What Is the Scariest Story You Know That Is 100% True? (r/AskReddit)

    [SERIOUS] Creepiest Things That Happened While Everyone Was Asleep (r/AskReddit)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 13:45


    [SERIOUS] Creepiest Things That Happened While Everyone Was Asleep (r/AskReddit)

    What Is Horrifying To Think About When Considering ALIENS?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 27:52


    What Is Horrifying To Think About When Considering ALIENS?

    Medical workers, what were the most haunting last words you've heard from a patient?(r/AskReddit)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 26:59


    Medical workers, what were the most haunting last words you've heard from a patient?(r/AskReddit)

    People Who Were Clinically Dead, What Was Your Experience?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 17:53


    People Who Were Clinically Dead, What Was Your Experience?

    Creepiest "Glitch In The Matrix" Moments Ever

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 14:27


    Creepiest "Glitch In The Matrix" Moments Ever

    [1 Hour] Alien Abduction Stories from People Who Claimed to have seen a UFO | Reddit Alien Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 70:40


    [1 Hour] Alien Abduction Stories from People Who Claimed to have seen a UFO | Reddit Alien Stories

    People Reveal Their Most UNEXPLAINABLE Experiences (r/AskReddit Top Stories)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 20:23


    People Reveal Their Most UNEXPLAINABLE Experiences (r/AskReddit Top Stories)

    Near Death Experience Or Trick Of The Devil?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 19:05


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    Scariest Night Shift Encounters

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    Scariest Night Shift Encounters

    Weirdest "Glitch In The Matrix" Stories

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    Hunters, What Scary Things Have You Seen In The Woods?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 41:50


    Hunters, What Scary Things Have You Seen In The Woods?

    Truckers, What Was Your Creepy Late Night Moment?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 48:01


    Truckers, What Was Your Creepy Late Night Moment?

    After Living 10 Years Of A Happy Life Man Wakes Up And Realizes He Was Unconscious And Dreamt It All

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 3:48


    After Living 10 Years Of A Happy Life Man Wakes Up And Realizes He Was Unconscious And Dreamt It AllOne of the most daunting experiences a human can endure is being close to dying. While some escape the claws of death without experiencing any changes in them, others come back just not the same. There are many theories trying to explain what happens to us when we are dying. However, there is no definite answer. Yet, many people candidly share what they felt during their near-death experiences and what effect they had on them.When somebody created a thread on Reddit asking “Have you ever felt a deep personal connection to a person you met in a dream only to wake up feeling terrible because you realize they never existed?” one user found a perfect place to share his chilling experience. He said that his near-death experience was so strange that it took him three years to recover.My last semester at a certain college I was assaulted by a football player for walking where he was trying to drive (note he was 325lbs I was 120lbs), while unconscious on the ground I lived a dream life.I met a wonderful young lady, she made my heart skip and my face red, I pursued her for months and dispatched a few jerk boyfriends before I finally won her over, after two years we got married, and almost immediately she bore me a daughter.I had a great job, and my wife didn't have to work outside of the house when my daughter was two; she [my wife] bore me a son. My son was the joy of my life, and I would walk into his room every morning before I left for work and doted on him and my daughter. I was living the best life possible.One day while sitting on the couch I noticed that the perspective of the lamp was odd, like inverted. It was still in 3D but… just… wrong. (It was a square lamp base, red with gold trim on four legs and a white square shade). I was transfixed. I couldn't look away from it. I stayed up all night staring at it, the next morning I didn't go to work, something was just not right about that lamp.I stopped eating, I left the couch only to use the bathroom at first, soon I stopped that too as I wasn't eating or drinking. I stared at the lamp for three days before my wife got really worried, she had someone come and try to talk to me, by this time my cognizance was breaking up and my wife was freaking out. She took the kids to her mother's house just before I had my epiphany…. the lamp is not real…. the house is not real, my wife, my kids… none of that is real… the last ten years of living the life are not real!The lamp started to grow wider and deeper, it was still inverted dimensions, it took up my entire perspective and all I could see was red, I heard voices, screams, all kinds of weird noises and I became aware of pain…. a s**t ton of pain… the first words I said were “I'm missing teeth” and opened my eyes. I was laying on my back on the sidewalk surrounded by people that I didn't know, and lots were freaking out, I was completely confused.at some point a cop scooped me up, dragged/walked me across the sidewalk and grass and threw me face down in the back of a cop car, I was still confused.I was taken to the hospital by the cop (seems he didn't want to wait for the ambulance to arrive) and give CT scans and s**t.I went through about three years of horrid depression, I was grieving the loss of my wife and children and dealing with the knowledge that this life experience never existed, I was scared that I was going insane as I would cry myself to sleep hoping I would see her in vivid dreams. I never have, but sometimes I see my son, usually just a glimpse out of my peripheral vision, he is perpetually five years old, and I can never hear what he says.EDIT (24 hours after post): never thought anyone would read this life story, I changed a line so that it no longer seems that my 2-year-old daughter bore a child.I have never seen Inception or the Star Trek episode so many have mentioned (but I will eventually

    Scariest Home Alone Experiences Ever

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 42:49


    Scariest Home Alone Experiences Ever

    Urban Explorers, What Was Your "We're Not Alone" Moment?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 22:38


    Urban Explorers, What Was Your "We're Not Alone" Moment?

    What's Your True "Real Life Glitch" Story?

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 23:30


    What's Your True "Real Life Glitch" Story?

    Woman Has NDE is Shown Future Trump Reelected in 2028, Crypto Takeover and China Invades USA.

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 13:49


    Woman Has NDE is Shown Future Trump Reelected in 2028, Crypto Takeover and China Invades USA.Millions of people have had Near Death Experiences (NDEs) and even more, claim to have had Out of Body Experiences (OBEs). These are their stories. If you have your own you would like to share we would love to hear it.#cryptocurrency #Crypto #BTC #Bitcoin #dogearmy #ETH #Etherum #AMCAPES #SHIBARMY #ElonMusk #Altcoins #Solana #SolanaNFT #NFTCommunity #safemoonwallet #Ethereum

    Near-Death Experiences: The Stories They Tell

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 85:55


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    Secret Terrors of Airplane Pilots 1 HOUR Reddit Compilation)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 97:31


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    What's The Scariest Situation You've Been In? (r/AskReddit Top Stories)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 15:15


    What's The Scariest Situation You've Been In? (r/AskReddit Top Stories)

    Doctors Reveal The Most Memorable "Last Words" From Patients (r/AskReddit Top Stories)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 13:24


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    THE TWILIGHT ZONE RADIO DRAMA SHOW - VOLUME 1. 4 HOURS!

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 247:00


    THE TWILIGHT ZONE RADIO DRAMA SHOW - VOLUME 1 - 4 HOURS VOLUME 1 EPISODES Episode 1 – Night CallEpisode 2 - Long Live Walter Jameson Episode 3 - The Lateness Of The Hour Episode 4 - The Thirty Fathom Grave Episode 5 - The Man In The Bottle Episode 6 - Night Of The Meek The Twilight Zone is a nationally syndicated radio drama series featuring radio play adaptations of the classic television series The Twilight Zone first produced for the British station BBC Radio 4 Extra in October 2002. with the final show released in 2012 for 176 episodes in all.Many of the stories are based on Rod Serling's scripts from the original Twilight Zone series, and are slightly expanded and updated to reflect contemporary technology and trends (e.g., the mention of "cell phones" and "CD-ROMs" which, of course, were not around when the television show aired in the 1960s) and the lack of a visual component. In addition to adapting all of the original episodes aired on the 1959-1964 TV series, the radio series has also adapted some Twilight Zone TV scripts which were never produced, scripts from other Serling TV productions, and new stories written especially for the radio series. Taking Serling's role as narrator is Stacy Keach. Different Hollywood actors, such as Blair Underwood and James Caviezel, take the lead role in each radio drama. In addition, several stars who appeared on the original TV series, such as H.M. Wynant, Orson Bean and Morgan Brittany, appear, although purposely not in the roles they originated on television. The series features a full cast, music and sound effects and is produced in the flavor of classic radio dramas but using today's technology. In addition to being an homage to the original Twilight Zone TV series (in many cases using the original music), the radio dramas pay tribute to the era of classic radio drama, including allusions to radio dramas such as Gunsmoke, the presence of radio legend Stan Freberg in many episodes, and the sons of radio drama personalities Stacy Keach, Sr., (director, Tales of the Texas Rangers) and Ed Begley, Sr., (actor, Richard Diamond, Private Detective) as stars in the series.Licensed by CBS Enterprises and The Rod Serling Estate, The Twilight Zone radio series is produced by Carl Amari, CEO of Falcon Picture Group who hosts his own weekly nationally syndicated radio series, featuring classic radio, called "Hollywood 360." The scripts from the original Twilight Zone are adapted by Dennis Etchison and others, including one episode by Chas Holloway and several by British writer M. J. Elliott. New stories by Etchison and others that are not based on the original TV series are also featured. In Britain it has been heard on the digital channel BBC Radio 4 Extra. In the United States, it airs on nearly 200 radio stations including many large stations like WCCO-Minneapolis, KSL-Salt Lake City, KOA-Denver and WIND-Chicago. All of the stations and airtimes are available at the series official website. It also airs regularly on XM satellite radio channel 163 and Sirius channel 117, Sirius XM Book Radio. Most of the stations air two episodes each week, usually on the weekends and many times back to back.The sound mix was produced at Falcon Picture Group studios and later at the Cerny Sound-to-Picture studio at Cerny American Creative in Chicago. The sound engineers that work on the series include Roger Wolski, Bob Benson, Craig Lee, Tim Cerny and Jason Rizzo. The episodes are produced and directed by Carl Amari.

    Ghost Dog Protects Children and a Silver Deer That Saves Woman From Shadow People TRUE STORIES

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    Ghost Dog Protects Children and a Silver Deer That Saves Woman From Shadow People TRUE STORIES

    People, who've found a secret passage, tunnel, or room, what's your story?

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    The Best Reddit Revenge Stories 2 Hour Compilation

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    Real Stories From Haunted Hospitals

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    People Who Lived in a "Haunted" House, What Are Your Most Unexplainable Paranormal Experiences?

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    People Who Lived in a "Haunted" House, What Are Your Most Unexplainable Paranormal Experiences?

    Pilots, What's the Scariest Stuff You've Seen While Flying?

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    Pilots, What's the Scariest Stuff You've Seen While Flying?

    Smoke Shop Clerk Stabs 1 of 3 Robbers with a Knife Multiple Times in Las Vegas

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    People Who Have ‘Died' and Been Resuscitated, What Was Your Experience?

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    People Who Have ‘Died' and Been Resuscitated, What Was Your Experience?

    What's The Craziest Unexplainable Thing That Has Ever Happened To You?

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    People Who Have Been Clinically Dead, What Was It Like?

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    People Who Have Been Clinically Dead, What Was It Like?

    Nurses, What Were the Most Haunting Last Words You've Heard From a Patient?

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    What Was It Like Being Clinically Dead? What if anything did you experience on 'the other side'?

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    What Was It Like Being Clinically Dead? What if anything did you experience on 'the other side'? People of Reddit who have experienced Clinical Death (and then been resuscitated, obviously), what if anything did you experience on 'the other side'?

    Shocking Deathbed Confessions From History A MUST LISTEN!

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 16:38


    Shocking Deathbed Confessions From History A MUST LISTEN!When facing the end, it's time to come clean - at least that's what happened for numerous individuals who committed some pretty heinous and noteworthy acts. Admissions of murder, theft, and the forging of famous photos are just some of the shocking deathbed confessions that have come down to us through history.It's hard to tell if all of these confessions are true, but several of them provided answers to seemingly unanswerable questions, offered resolutions to previously cold cases, or gave families much-needed closure. These last words definitely left an impression.An Outlaw Biker Admitted To Slaying A Teenager And Feeding Her Body To AlligatorsWhen 17-year old Amy Billig disappeared on March 4, 1974, the entire community of Coconut Grove, FL, was devastated. Billig reportedly made a trip home after getting out of school, changed clothes, and was seen getting into a van to visit her father's place of business. She never arrived.Investigators looked for Billig, but to no avail, and even used her journal as a guide to try to figure out what had happened to the girl. Authorities found her camera by the highway, but there were no real leads as to her whereabouts.Billig's mother, Susan, never stopped looking for her daughter and traveled around the world, following potential leads. She wrote a book about her investigation, detailing all of the tips called in and the motorcycle outlaw subculture she was drawn into as she searched for her daughter.One of the strongest leads Susan possessed was that Billig had been taken by members of the Pagans motorcycle club to party in the Everglades. In 1998, a former "enforcer" for the Pagans, Paul Branch, confessed to the deed, admitting the club had picked Billig up, slipped her something, then taken her to their clubhouse, and repeatedly assaulted her.Billig's heart stopped as a result of the substances and abuse, and the gang dropped her body in the swamps of the Everglades to get rid of the evidence, feeding her to the alligators to cover their tracks. According to authorities, Branch and other members of the Pagans had been questioned in Billig's disappearance, but repeatedly denied any knowledge of the event. Only at the end did Branch admit to his wife that members of the club were responsible.It's unclear if Susan Billig ever believed Branch's confession or if an actual confession ever took place. Authorities were hesitant to believe Branch's widow, thinking she was trying to capitalize on the passings of Billig and her husband. Susan Billig continued to look for her daughter, indicating she wasn't satisfied with the widow's information.

    Clinically Dead and Back to Life Experiences

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 24:32


    Clinically Dead and Back to Life Experiences A deathbed confession is an admittance or confession when someone is nearing death, or on their "death bed". This confession may help alleviate any guilt, regrets, secrets, or sins the dying person may have had in their life. These confessions can occur because the dying want to live the last moments of their life free of any secrets they have been holding in for a portion - or entirety - of their life. Or, if religious, the person may perhaps believe they will be forgiven by a higher power before they die, allowing them entrance to a better place, such as Heaven, after death. A deathbed confession can be given to anyone, but a family member is usually with their loved one during this time. Doctors and nurses may also hear a deathbed confession because they are often present in a person's last moments.These confessions can range from a confession of sins that have been committed to crimes that have been committed or witnessed. Often, these confessions are made to clear the dying's conscience. A common type of confession is either religious or spiritually based. On the death bed, the dying will confess sins or mistakes they have made in their lifetime, and ask for forgiveness, so that they may move on to the afterlife according to their religion. Different religions have different protocols for the deathbed confession, but all religions seek to provide relief for the dying. People may also confess their feelings for another person while dying. This can relieve the dying of the internal struggle with hiding how they actually feel for someone. These emotions can range from hatred to love, and everything in between.Many confessions have involved the admittance of a crime that the dying has committed, which obviously cannot be prosecuted once the perpetrator has died. On the other hand, someone can confess that they have knowledge of or witnessed a crime that has been committed: This kind of confession, known as a "dying declaration", can sometimes be admissible in court to get a conviction, depending on the circumstances of the statement. Another use for a deathbed confession in the criminal justice system is to re-open a case that may have gone cold to get closure for the victim's family or friends, even if prosecution is not an option.Working in health care will teach you that death is inevitable. You'll be one of those few people to know how life starts and how it will end.1. “But I don't know how to get there…” Grandpa in hospice. Hadn't spoken in days. Died about two hours later.2. Not a doctor but I overheard an old lady whisper this to her old husband dying of kidney problems.“You are going to beat this, you got away with murder, this is nothing.”3. I work in a cardiac ICU. We had a patient who had a pulmonary artery rupture (a rare, but known complication of a Swan-Ganz catheter).One minute he was joking around with us and the next bright red blood was spewing out of his mouth. His last words before he died were “why is this happening to me?”It still haunts me years later.4. Nurse here – had a patient come into the ER with shortness of breath. He started deteriorating in the ER, and then quite rapidly on the transport up the ICU.We got him wheeled into his room, replaced the ER lines and tubes with our own, and transferred him from the transport stretcher to his ICU bed.He actually did most of the transfer himself. He didn't say anything, but just before he died he pleasantly adjusted his own pillow, laid his head down, and then his eyes went blank. This man just made himself comfortable before laying down to die.5. I'm a nurse and was previously working at an assisted living community on the dementia/Alzheimer's unit.My very favorite patient had been declining pretty steadily so I was checking on him very frequently. We would have long chats and joke around with each other, but in the last two weeks of his life, he stopped talking completely and didn't really acknowledge conversation directed at him at all.I finished my medication rounds for the evening and went to see him before I left. I told him I was leaving for the night and that I'd see him the following day, and he looked me in the eyes and smiled SO genuinely and said, “You look like an angel.” I thought it was so sweet because he had not seemed lucid in weeks.He died the next morning. It really messed with me.

    Most Interesting Deathbed Confessions

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 25:52


    Most Interesting Deathbed Confessions A deathbed confession is an admittance or confession when someone is nearing death, or on their "death bed". This confession may help alleviate any guilt, regrets, secrets, or sins the dying person may have had in their life. These confessions can occur because the dying want to live the last moments of their life free of any secrets they have been holding in for a portion - or entirety - of their life. Or, if religious, the person may perhaps believe they will be forgiven by a higher power before they die, allowing them entrance to a better place, such as Heaven, after death. A deathbed confession can be given to anyone, but a family member is usually with their loved one during this time. Doctors and nurses may also hear a deathbed confession because they are often present in a person's last moments.These confessions can range from a confession of sins that have been committed to crimes that have been committed or witnessed. Often, these confessions are made to clear the dying's conscience. A common type of confession is either religious or spiritually based. On the death bed, the dying will confess sins or mistakes they have made in their lifetime, and ask for forgiveness, so that they may move on to the afterlife according to their religion. Different religions have different protocols for the deathbed confession, but all religions seek to provide relief for the dying. People may also confess their feelings for another person while dying. This can relieve the dying of the internal struggle with hiding how they actually feel for someone. These emotions can range from hatred to love, and everything in between.Many confessions have involved the admittance of a crime that the dying has committed, which obviously cannot be prosecuted once the perpetrator has died. On the other hand, someone can confess that they have knowledge of or witnessed a crime that has been committed: This kind of confession, known as a "dying declaration", can sometimes be admissible in court to get a conviction, depending on the circumstances of the statement. Another use for a deathbed confession in the criminal justice system is to re-open a case that may have gone cold to get closure for the victim's family or friends, even if prosecution is not an option.Working in health care will teach you that death is inevitable. You'll be one of those few people to know how life starts and how it will end.1. “But I don't know how to get there…” Grandpa in hospice. Hadn't spoken in days. Died about two hours later.2. Not a doctor but I overheard an old lady whisper this to her old husband dying of kidney problems.“You are going to beat this, you got away with murder, this is nothing.”3. I work in a cardiac ICU. We had a patient who had a pulmonary artery rupture (a rare, but known complication of a Swan-Ganz catheter).One minute he was joking around with us and the next bright red blood was spewing out of his mouth. His last words before he died were “why is this happening to me?”It still haunts me years later.4. Nurse here – had a patient come into the ER with shortness of breath. He started deteriorating in the ER, and then quite rapidly on the transport up the ICU.We got him wheeled into his room, replaced the ER lines and tubes with our own, and transferred him from the transport stretcher to his ICU bed.He actually did most of the transfer himself. He didn't say anything, but just before he died he pleasantly adjusted his own pillow, laid his head down, and then his eyes went blank. This man just made himself comfortable before laying down to die.5. I'm a nurse and was previously working at an assisted living community on the dementia/Alzheimer's unit.My very favorite patient had been declining pretty steadily so I was checking on him very frequently. We would have long chats and joke around with each other, but in the last two weeks of his life, he stopped talking completely and didn't really acknowledge conversation directed at him at all.I finished my medication rounds for the evening and went to see him before I left. I told him I was leaving for the night and that I'd see him the following day, and he looked me in the eyes and smiled SO genuinely and said, “You look like an angel.” I thought it was so sweet because he had not seemed lucid in weeks.He died the next morning. It really messed with me.

    World's Shocking Deathbed Confessions

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 24:22


    World's Shocking Deathbed ConfessionsA deathbed confession is an admittance or confession when someone is nearing death, or on their "death bed". This confession may help alleviate any guilt, regrets, secrets, or sins the dying person may have had in their life. These confessions can occur because the dying want to live the last moments of their life free of any secrets they have been holding in for a portion - or entirety - of their life. Or, if religious, the person may perhaps believe they will be forgiven by a higher power before they die, allowing them entrance to a better place, such as Heaven, after death. A deathbed confession can be given to anyone, but a family member is usually with their loved one during this time. Doctors and nurses may also hear a deathbed confession because they are often present in a person's last moments.These confessions can range from a confession of sins that have been committed to crimes that have been committed or witnessed. Often, these confessions are made to clear the dying's conscience. A common type of confession is either religious or spiritually based. On the death bed, the dying will confess sins or mistakes they have made in their lifetime, and ask for forgiveness, so that they may move on to the afterlife according to their religion. Different religions have different protocols for the deathbed confession, but all religions seek to provide relief for the dying. People may also confess their feelings for another person while dying. This can relieve the dying of the internal struggle with hiding how they actually feel for someone. These emotions can range from hatred to love, and everything in between.Many confessions have involved the admittance of a crime that the dying has committed, which obviously cannot be prosecuted once the perpetrator has died. On the other hand, someone can confess that they have knowledge of or witnessed a crime that has been committed: This kind of confession, known as a "dying declaration", can sometimes be admissible in court to get a conviction, depending on the circumstances of the statement. Another use for a deathbed confession in the criminal justice system is to re-open a case that may have gone cold to get closure for the victim's family or friends, even if prosecution is not an option.Working in health care will teach you that death is inevitable. You'll be one of those few people to know how life starts and how it will end.1. “But I don't know how to get there…” Grandpa in hospice. Hadn't spoken in days. Died about two hours later.2. Not a doctor but I overheard an old lady whisper this to her old husband dying of kidney problems.“You are going to beat this, you got away with murder, this is nothing.”3. I work in a cardiac ICU. We had a patient who had a pulmonary artery rupture (a rare, but known complication of a Swan-Ganz catheter).One minute he was joking around with us and the next bright red blood was spewing out of his mouth. His last words before he died were “why is this happening to me?”It still haunts me years later.4. Nurse here – had a patient come into the ER with shortness of breath. He started deteriorating in the ER, and then quite rapidly on the transport up the ICU.We got him wheeled into his room, replaced the ER lines and tubes with our own, and transferred him from the transport stretcher to his ICU bed.He actually did most of the transfer himself. He didn't say anything, but just before he died he pleasantly adjusted his own pillow, laid his head down, and then his eyes went blank. This man just made himself comfortable before laying down to die.5. I'm a nurse and was previously working at an assisted living community on the dementia/Alzheimer's unit.My very favorite patient had been declining pretty steadily so I was checking on him very frequently. We would have long chats and joke around with each other, but in the last two weeks of his life, he stopped talking completely and didn't really acknowledge conversation directed at him at all.I finished my medication rounds for the evening and went to see him before I left. I told him I was leaving for the night and that I'd see him the following day, and he looked me in the eyes and smiled SO genuinely and said, “You look like an angel.” I thought it was so sweet because he had not seemed lucid in weeks.He died the next morning. It really messed with me.

    I Died And Faced Returning To An Alternate Universe | NDE | Near Death Experience

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 13:17


    I Died And Faced Returning To An Alternate Universe | NDE | Near Death ExperienceMillions of people have had Near Death Experiences (NDE's) and even more claim to have had Out of Body Experiences (OBE's). These are their stories.#nde #neardaethexperience #theotherside

    What U.S. Submariners Actually Say About Detection Of So-Called Unidentified Submerged Objects

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 9:42


    What U.S. Submariners Actually Say About Detection Of So-Called Unidentified Submerged ObjectsBig claims abound about mysterious objects submariners detect below the waves, so we went straight to the source and what we found out was surprising.There has been a spate of high-profile claims regarding U.S. Navy nuclear submarines detecting and even interacting with the underwater equivalent of Unidentified Flying Objects, referred to in UFO circles as USOs, or Unidentified Submerged Objects. Yet when it comes to the covert world of naval warfare below the waves, it is easy for laymen to misinterpret things that may seem very much alien to them, but are actually quite commonplace. I reached out some of its submariner contacts, all of which have many years of experience aboard U.S. Navy nuclear submarines, to see if detestation of unidentified objects actually happens and what their thoughts were on the topic in general. We were surprised by what we heard.

    TRUE X Files Type Stories! Bigfoot, Aliens, Ghosts, Cryptids and more!

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 53:53


    TRUE X Files Type Stories! Bigfoot, Aliens, Ghosts, Cryptids and more!Reddit Aliens TRUE UFO, Bigfoot and Ghost StoriesRSLASH Paranormal: BEST Of True Alien, Ghosts, Unexplained and Bigfoot Stories 2022Reddit Aliens TRUE UFO, Bigfoot and Ghost Stories

    People Share Their Near Death First-Hand Experiences

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 23:28


    People Share Their Near Death First-Hand ExperiencesWilliam Peters was working as a volunteer in a hospice when he had a strange encounter with a dying man that changed his life.The man's name was Ron, and he was a former Merchant Marine who was afflicted with stomach cancer. Peters says he would spend up to three hours a day at Ron's bedside, talking to and reading adventure stories to him because few family or friends visited.When Peters plopped by Ron's beside around lunch one day, the frail man was semi-conscious. Peters read passages from Jack London's “Call of the Wild” as the frail man struggled to hang on. What happened next, Peters says, was inexplicable.Peters says he felt a force jerk his spirit upward, out of his body. He floated above Ron's bedside, looking down at the dying man. Then he glanced next to him to discover Ron floating alongside him, looking at the same scene below.“He looked at me and he gave me this happy, contented look as if he was telling me, ‘Check this out. Here we are,' '' Peters says.Peters says he then felt his spirit drop into his body again. The experience was over in a flash. Ron died soon afterward, but Peters' questions about that day lingered. He didn't know what to call that moment but he eventually learned that it wasn't unique. Peters had a “shared-death experience.”Most of us have heard of near-death experiences. The stories of people who died and returned to life with tales of floating through a tunnel to a distant light have become a part of popular culture. Yet there is another category of near-death experiences that are, in some ways, even more puzzling.Stories about shared-death experiences have been circulating since the late 19th century, say those who study the phenomenon. The twist in shared-death stories is that it's not just the people at the edge of death that get a glimpse of the afterlife. Those near them, either physically or emotionally, also experience the sensations of dying.These shared-death accounts come from assorted sources: soldiers watching comrades die on the battlefield, hospice nurses, people holding death vigils at the bedside of their loved ones. All tell similar stories with the same message: People don't die alone. Some somehow find a way to share their passage to the other side.

    35 Creepy Last Words Uttered by Patients Before Dying as Shared by Doctors and Nurses

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 21:24


    35 Creepy Last Words Uttered by Patients Before Dying as Shared by Doctors and NursesWorking in health care will teach you that death is inevitable. You'll be one of those few people to know how life starts and how it will end.1. “But I don't know how to get there…” Grandpa in hospice. Hadn't spoken in days. Died about two hours later.2. Not a doctor but I overheard an old lady whisper this to her old husband dying of kidney problems.“You are going to beat this, you got away with murder, this is nothing.”3. I work in a cardiac ICU. We had a patient who had a pulmonary artery rupture (a rare, but known complication of a Swan-Ganz catheter).One minute he was joking around with us and the next bright red blood was spewing out of his mouth. His last words before he died were “why is this happening to me?”It still haunts me years later.4. Nurse here – had a patient come into the ER with shortness of breath. He started deteriorating in the ER, and then quite rapidly on the transport up the ICU.We got him wheeled into his room, replaced the ER lines and tubes with our own, and transferred him from the transport stretcher to his ICU bed.He actually did most of the transfer himself. He didn't say anything, but just before he died he pleasantly adjusted his own pillow, laid his head down, and then his eyes went blank. This man just made himself comfortable before laying down to die.5. I'm a nurse and was previously working at an assisted living community on the dementia/Alzheimer's unit.My very favorite patient had been declining pretty steadily so I was checking on him very frequently. We would have long chats and joke around with each other, but in the last two weeks of his life, he stopped talking completely and didn't really acknowledge conversation directed at him at all.I finished my medication rounds for the evening and went to see him before I left. I told him I was leaving for the night and that I'd see him the following day, and he looked me in the eyes and smiled SO genuinely and said, “You look like an angel.” I thought it was so sweet because he had not seemed lucid in weeks.He died the next morning. It really messed with me.

    Scariest thing that ever happened When Alone at Night TRUE STORIES

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 57:36


    Scariest thing that ever happened When Alone at Night TRUE STORIES

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