193 episodes

Not Today covers unbelievable but true stories of survival. Join Steph and Alex as they discuss real incredible people who made it out of unimaginable circumstances against all odds.

Not Today Not Today

    • True Crime
    • 4.4 • 27 Ratings

Not Today covers unbelievable but true stories of survival. Join Steph and Alex as they discuss real incredible people who made it out of unimaginable circumstances against all odds.

    Episode 184: Pinned

    Episode 184: Pinned

    While on a trip retrieving animal traps in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Ken Hildebrand was crushed under his quad on a remote hillside in hungry coyote territory.

    • 58 min
    Episode 183: Dr. Death

    Episode 183: Dr. Death

    Dr. Christopher Duntsch began working at Baylor Plano hospital in Dallas Texas in 2011, however over the next few years he would be bounced from hospital to hospital after he was responsible for maiming and killing the majority of his patients. Despite doctors, patients, families, and lawyers making complaints about him to the Texas State Medical Board, nothing was done and for years and he was allowed to continue ruining people's lives.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 182: Underwater Nightmares

    Episode 182: Underwater Nightmares

    Lets talk about some terrifying underwater survival stories about sharks, orca whales, and giant squid!

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 181: Heaven's Gate Cult

    Episode 181: Heaven's Gate Cult

    In 1997, 39 members of a religious sect were found dead by suicide inside a San Diego mansion. Leaders Marshall “Herf” Applewhite and Bonnie Nettles promised that an extraterrestrial spacecraft would take them all to the heaven, or as they called it, “The Next Level”.

    • 1 hr 28 min
    Episode 180: Sparks in the Swiss Alps

    Episode 180: Sparks in the Swiss Alps

    While climbing the Piz Badile Mountain in the Swiss Alps in 2003, Jeremy Colenso and Rachel Kelsey were caught in a terrifying electrical storm. They did their best to climb down however after hours, the climb became too dangerous and the couple was stranded on a ledge 3,000 meters up.

    • 56 min
    Episode 179: Japan Airlines Flight 123 Tragedy

    Episode 179: Japan Airlines Flight 123 Tragedy

    Japan AirLines Flight 123 was a scheduled domestic passenger flight from Tokyo to Osaka, Japan.  On August 12, 1985, the Boeing 747 suffered a severe structural failure and decompression 12 minutes into the flight causing the pilots to lose all control. The crash of Flight 123 is the deadliest single-aircraft accident in aviation history.

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

FangTheCat ,

Hidden gem

Found this podcast by accident recently and have been bingeing since! Definitely a hidden gem. My only criticism is that the research feels suuuper lazy at times. Definitely not as in depth as other podcasts, and Alex will often ask super valid questions that Stephanie has no answers for and just laughs it off. Otherwise this would be my #1 podcast.

cffbbvh ,

Just the facts please

I hate the podcasts where 2 people banter. Interesting subjects but can’t stand the banter, especially when one asks a question and the other says ‘I have no clue.’

nonamelanelighthouse ,

Cause ya golfed 😊

Wow!

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