Each week Cody and Phil dive into the wild world of conspiracy theories. We strive to find out if there is any validity to these theories and if nothing else there will be plenty of humor to be had.
Ep 166: ”The Devil Made Me Do It”
This week we are delving into the case that was the inspiration for The Conjuring 3 movie. A young man by the name of Arne Johnson finds himself caught up in a murder, but it wasn't his because it was "The Devils"
Ep 165: Cuban Prison Riot at Atlanta Federal Prison in 1987
In this week's Episode of The Subliminal Deception Podcast, Cody and Phil discuss the Federal Governments decision to send nearly 2,500 Cuban Refugees Back to their home country, which had been held Prisoner in America for various Crimes, and the resulting action by the affected Inmates, that wanted nothing more than to stay in the United States, even if that meant remaining in Prison. find out all about the Atlanta Prison Riot in November of 1987, which would become the longest prison hostage crisis in American history.
Ep 164: The Death Of Bruce Lee
This week we delve into the tragic death of martial arts legend Bruce Lee. Bruce Lee would die before his biggest movie ever was about to be release. Could there have been foul play involved with his death?
Ep 163: The Haunted Life of Abraham Lincoln
In this week's Episode of The Subliminal Deception Podcast, Cody and Phil discuss the tragic life of President Abraham Lincoln, , the many personal losses he faced in his past, the visions of death that marred his future, and the many sightings of his ghost that are said to haunt the White House.
Ep 162: The Val Johnson Incident
This week we delve into the details surrounding the "Val Johnson Incident". In 1979, a police officer was driving down a desolate road, when a mysterious light crashed into his vehicle. But said light could never be identified, could it be something supernatural like UFO? Or something natural?
Ep 161: The Ghost Ship Ourang Medan of 1947
In this week's Episode of The Subliminal Deception Podcast, Cody and Phil Discuss the Legend of a most Mysterious Cargo Freighter, the Ourang Medan, whose crew was discovered dead to the last man in the Straights of Malacca in the summer of 1947, after an ominous and broken up Distress call, that led to a chilling discovery, still speculated about to this day.
Not Too Bad
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Not Too Bad!
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Listened to one episode only, closed it after hearing a joke about a bar looking like a methadone clinic. Addiction isn’t funny, thanks