63 episodes

Uncover is an investigative series from CBC Podcasts. Season 6: Satanic Panic. Season 5: Sharmini. Season 4: The Cat Lady Case. Season 3: The Village. Season 2: Bomb on Board. Season 1: Escaping NXIVM.

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    • 4.5, 4.5K Ratings

Uncover is an investigative series from CBC Podcasts. Season 6: Satanic Panic. Season 5: Sharmini. Season 4: The Cat Lady Case. Season 3: The Village. Season 2: Bomb on Board. Season 1: Escaping NXIVM.

    Introducing Someone Knows Something: Donald Izzett Jr.

    Introducing Someone Knows Something: Donald Izzett Jr.

    In Someone Knows Something Season 6, Debra has been searching for her son, Donald Izzett Jr. for 25 years. The last time she spoke with him was Mother’s Day. He had called from a road trip, but sounded upset, saying he needed money. Then the phone went dead. Donnie’s friend told police that he dropped him off in New Orleans. But Debra thinks he was murdered. And decides to investigate the case herself. Here's an excerpt from the first episode. Full episodes are available at hyperurl.co/skscbc

    • 4 min
    Bonus: Hidden Messages, Backmasking and the Satanic Panic

    Bonus: Hidden Messages, Backmasking and the Satanic Panic

    From the '60s to the '90s, parents worried messages hidden in rock albums would make their children do drugs and worship the devil. The truth could only be revealed if these records were played backwards. Twenty Thousand Hertz — a podcast about the world’s most recognizable and interesting sounds — unveils the history behind the backmasking panic and why our brains hear hidden messages. Subscribe to the podcast at 20k.org

    • 28 min
    S6 E7: What good can come of this?

    S6 E7: What good can come of this?

    Far from healed, the Martensville Nightmare remains an open wound for those who lived through it. And yet for the rest of us, the history is all but lost — a symbol of the broader failure across the board to face the effects of the Satanic Panic head on or to learn its lessons. But, some surprising good did emerge out of all the pain.

    • 50 min
    S6 E6: ‘I remember telling them nothing happened to me’

    S6 E6: ‘I remember telling them nothing happened to me’

    How does it come to be that hundreds of children across North America and beyond report such similar crimes? How has a phenomenon that’s never seen a proven case become so real in the minds of so many? And what does it mean for the children at the centre of it all?

    • 43 min
    S6 E5: The Many Martensvilles

    S6 E5: The Many Martensvilles

    As devastating as the Martensville Nightmare is for all involved, it’s just one piece of a much bigger picture. FBI special agent Ken Lanning spent the ‘80s trying to figure out what the hell was happening across North America, and why.

    • 50 min
    S6 E4: ‘There is still time to wake up'

    S6 E4: ‘There is still time to wake up'

    A local activist in Saskatoon, Marjaleena Repo, says she knew instantly that the accused were innocent, victims of nothing less than mass hysteria. Though she sounds the alarm in any forum she can find, her warnings are ignored.

    • 48 min

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4.5K Ratings

4.5K Ratings

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Thank u !!!

Thank u for keeping me entertained while I smoke my bong during quarantine 😜 this is one of the rare, interesting podcasts that u don’t lose interest in about 10 mins - I actually want to hear the outcome - please do more cases in the future :) stay safe everyone 🥳🤪😏

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Zander Sherman

Zanders voice is the worst I’ve ever heard. I hope I never hear it again. It’s an interesting story but he tells it like he’s a creepy uncle telling you a bed time story. Only problem I have with this podcast is his voice. And just a fair warning don’t look up his photo it makes it worse.

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