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Episode 57 Murder at the Bordello Kate Townsend

Episode 57 Murder at the Bordello Kate Townsend

November 11, 2019

Kate Townsend was a famous madam in the Vice District of New Orleans before it became known as Storyville. Her mysterious past and complicated relationship would become front page news when she was found murdered in her home in 1883. Learn more about Storyville and this episode at southernmysteries.com

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MUSIC Theme Song “Dark & Troubled” by Panthernburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use ***Additional Music: “I Have A Reservation” TrackTribe; Loneliest Road in America” by Jesse Gallagher; “Brethen, Arise” by Chris Zabrieske; “Orison” by Dan Bodan; “Lightless Dawn”, "Ossuary 1”, “This House”,“Silver Flame”, “Lightless Dawn”, Ossuary 6” and “Magic Forest” by Kevin McLeod.Licensed under Creative Commons

Episode 56 The Free State of Winston County

Episode 56 The Free State of Winston County

October 28, 2019

Alabama’s Free State of Winston was birthed out of a desire on the part of Winston Unionists to remain neutral during the Civil War. The movement would lead to complications, violence and generations later, a lingering question: Did Winston County secede from the state of Alabama? Learn more about the Free State of Winston and episode sources at southernmysteries.com

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MUSIC Theme Song “Dark & Troubled” by Panthernburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use ***Additional Music: “Moving On” by Wayne Jones; “Who Can Say” by 126ers; “Pink House” by Chris Haugen; "Ambient”, “Echoes of Time”, “Falling Rain”, “Virtues”, Ossuary 6” and “Heavy Heart” by Kevin McLeod.Licensed under Creative Commons

Episode 55 Who Killed Janie Sharp?

Episode 55 Who Killed Janie Sharp?

October 14, 2019

In July 1910, the murder of Janie Sharp rocked the community of Rural Hill, Mississippi. A man would be arrested for the murder but over the next two years there would be unexpected twists in the search for answers, including the murder of two men associated with the case. Find full show notes for this episode at southernmysteries.com

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MUSIC Theme Song “Dark & Troubled” by Panthernburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use ***Additional Music: “Sugar Pines” by Wes Hutchison; Lost Time”, “Evening Fall Harp”, “Clean Soul” by Kevin MacLeod; "Last Train to Mars" and “I Am A Man” by Dan Lebowitz Licensed under Creative Commons

Episode 54 The Legend of Dr. Trott’s Apothecary

Episode 54 The Legend of Dr. Trott’s Apothecary

September 30, 2019

In 1867, Dr. William Trott, opened a magic show in his Charleston, South Carolina, apothecary shop. Soon after, rain began to fall on the city and continued for days. Frightened residents heard a rumor that Charleston was being punished because Dr. Trott had kidnapped a mermaid he had displayed in his shop. The result? The Mermaid Riot of 1867. Find full show notes for this episode at southernmysteries.com

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MUSIC Theme Song “Dark & Troubled” by Panthernburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use ***Additional Music: “Cryptic Sorrow”, Ever Mindful”, “Dreams Become Real”, “Relaxing Piano Music”, “Silver Flame” and “Ambient” by Kevin MacLeod; "Angeline the Baker" by Nat Keefe and the Bow Ties; Licensed under Creative Commons

Episode 53 Grady Stiles The Life and Death of Lobster Boy

Episode 53 Grady Stiles The Life and Death of Lobster Boy

September 16, 2019

Grady Stiles was a freak show performer, known as Lobster Boy, who was found murdered in his Gibstonton, Florida home in November of 1992. A detective wondered why none of his family seemed shocked or disappointed that he had been murdered. Lobster Boy’s dark secrets would soon be revealed, along with a plan to end his life. Find full show notes for this episode at southernmysteries.com

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MUSIC Theme SongDark & Troubled” by Panthernburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use ***Additional Music: "Ether Oar" by The Whole Other;  St Francis by Josh Lippi and the Overtimers; "Falling from Grace" by White Hex; Tranquility Base by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons

Episode 52 The Murder of William Wise

Episode 52 The Murder of William Wise

September 2, 2019

In 1734, Alice Riley became the first person to be executed in the colony of Georgia. The servant was tried and convicted, alongside fellow servant, Richard White, for the murder of their master. Were the two guilty of planning and carrying out the murder? Or did Irish-Catholic prejudice lead to their conviction? Find full show notes for this episode at southernmysteries.com

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MUSIC Theme SongDark & Troubled” by Panthernburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use ***Additional Music: "Heavy Heart", "Clean Soul", "Dreams Become Real" and "Magic Forest" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com); "Shadowlands" by Purple Planet Music Licensed under Creative Commons

Episode 51 Murder At The Battery Park Hotel

Episode 51 Murder At The Battery Park Hotel

August 19, 2019

The murder of Helen Clevenger is one of Asheville, North Carolina’s most infamous crimes. In July of 1936, the 18 year old college student was murdered in a room at the Battery Park Hotel. A hotel employee was tried, convicted and executed for the murder but his conviction remains highly contested. In fact, some people say his conviction was a case of injustice. 

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Music
Theme Song “Dark & Troubled” by Panthernburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use. 

Additional Music 
"Virtues", "Resolution", "Piano", Drone in D", "Ossuary 6" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com); "I Am A Man" by Dan Lebowitz; "Not Alone" by  Lee Rosevere Licensed under Creative Commons 

Episode 50 The Star That Fell On Ann Hodges

Episode 50 The Star That Fell On Ann Hodges

July 22, 2019

In November 1954, Ann Hodges was resting in her Oak Grove, Alabama home when a meteorite crashed through her roof and hit her. She became the only known human being to survive a meteorite strike. Ann was thrown into a media spotlight she never wanted and learned that fame can cause more damage than a meteorite landing on your hip. 

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Music
Theme Song “Dark & Troubled” by Panthernburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use. 

Additional Music
"Stars Fell On Alabama" by Guy Lombardo, Composed by Frank Perkins with lyrics by Mitchell Parish, 1934. 
"Atlantean Twilight", "Dark Fog", "Ambient" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com); "Featherlight" by Lee Rosevere; The Big Sky by Purple Planet Music Licensed under Creative Commons 

Episode 49 Russell Jones

Episode 49 Russell Jones

July 8, 2019

Rutherford County, Tennessee is known for its rich civil war history and stories. But deep within the county, in Murfreesboro, lies the story of the disappearance of Russell Jones. When his body was discovered in town, a murder for hire plot would reveal that Russell's murder was more complicated than anyone could have imagined.  

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Music
Theme Song “Dark & Troubled” by Panthernburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use. 

Additional Music
"Last Train to Mars", "Ambient", "Drone in D", "Echoes of Time", "Clean Soul", and "Tragic Story" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons 

Episode 48 Lillian Knox The Lady Bountiful

Episode 48 Lillian Knox The Lady Bountiful

June 24, 2019

In 1922, Lillian Knox ran one of the largest lumber companies in the state of Texas. She was known for her business savvy, her take charge attitude and her acts of kindness to the timber families who worked hard to make the company a success. The Lady Bountiful loved the attention and praise she received for her generosity. But in 1922, she received attention from investigators who felt her husband’s sudden death, allegedly of suicide, was suspicious. This wouldn't be the only mystery Lillian would be associated with.

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Music
Theme Song “Dark & Troubled” by Panthernburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use. 

Additional Music
"Emotional Alone" by Purple Planet Music; "Dreams Become Real", "Silver Flame", "Anguish", "Long Note 1", Organic Meditations", "Almost in F Tranquility", and "Virtues" by Kevin MacLeod; "Falling Rain" by Myuu Licensed under Creative Commons