It’s a lighthearted nightmare in here, weirdos! Morbid is a true crime, creepy history and all things spooky podcast hosted by an autopsy technician and a hairstylist. Join us for a heavy dose of research with a dash of comedy thrown in for flavor.
Special Episode: Introducing The Rewatcher: Buffy the Vampire Slayer
This episode is free on 10/7 and is available early and ad -free on Wondery+.
"We’re doing something different today and sharing an exciting project we’ve been working on: our new podcast The Rewatcher: Buffy the Vampire Slayer. You’ve heard Alaina talk about her Buffy obsession, and now she’s pulled Ash into the Hellmouth to finally watch the show for the first time ever! So get comfortable, grab your wooden stakes, and check out our very first episode…
It’s day one at Sunnydale High for those of you entering the Buffy universe with Ash, but for Alaina these halls are full of nostalgia! We’re introduced to Buffy Summers and her friends who we will come to know as “The Scooby Gang.” Episode one starts off with a bang and we quickly learn about hellmouths, creatures of the night and what these vampires are all about. Get ready to end on the cliffhanger of all cliffhangers, but have no fear: episode two is waiting, so go ahead and dig in!"
The Dark Truth Behind Lindsay Souvannarath's Plan
This episode is free on 10/5 and is available early and ad -free on Wondery+.
We got another chance to sit down with one of our favorite Canadians, Jordan from The Nighttime Podcast. He walks us through a case that hit pretty close to home for him. Lindsay Souvannarath, along with co-conspiritors James Gamble and Randall Shepherd planned a mass shooting that would have taken place on Valentines day at the mall in Halifax, CAN. Jordan was there pushing his son around in a carriage that day as the mall was quickly evacuated. Later he got the chance to talk to Souvannarath and was kind enough to share some of his interviews with us.
The Unsolved Murder of Marilyn Sheppard
This episode is free on 10/3 and is available early and ad -free on Wondery+.
On July 4th 1954 Marilyn Sheppard was brutally killed in her home while her husband was asleep on the couch downstairs. Marilyn’s husband Sam would soon be accused of the killing and would later stand multiple trials deeming his innocence or lackthereof. Ash will walk us through said trials and then some other theories about possible culprits. Unfortunately to this day Marilyn Sheppard’s murder has never been solved.
Listener Tales 52
Listener Tales 52!!!! We have imaginary Eric friends, a holocaust survivor tale and a closet man! We’ll leave you hanging with explanations on that last one and if you have a listener tale feel free to send it in to Morbidpodcast@gmail.com with “Listener Tale” somewhere in the subject line :)
A Spooky Sit-down with Tobias Forge from Ghost!
Weirdos, Ghouls and Ghulehs! We had the pleasure of sitting down to chat with Tobias Forge from Ghost today and it was magical. Aside from answering some burning fan questions, we talked music, Jack the Ripper, ghosts, movies, cringey kid questions and more. This was such a fun episode and we can't thank Tobias enough for joining us! Enjoy, friends!! We sure did.
Link to official website: https://ghost-official.com
We got some spooky ass woods for you guys! Alaina tells us the tale of Robinson Woods located in Illinois. This place has a pretty heavy energy as it is both a Native American burial ground and the location of a triple homicide that took place in the 50s. Ash then takes us just outside of Mexico City to talk about Isla De Las Muñecas or The Island of the Dolls. This is where Don Julian Santana Barrera dedicated his days to making the island a peaceful sanctuary for the spirit of a young girl he once encountered. If you have suggestions for any of our spooky installments please send them on in to Morbidpodcast@gmail.com
Errrythiiing in one place
You gals are my happy place, scary place, funny place, icky place, aalllll the places! My day would not be the same without your banter, your insight and quirks. The fact that you can make me “laugh out loud” whilst listening to such dark themes, I applaud you. Thank you. Xx
Love this podcast.
A bit too much hilarity for the topic
I have listened to a lot of these episodes and while the material is definitely interesting and pretty well-researched, and I do realise that some levity is required with this kind of material, I felt that these women were often too flippant with the topic. The repeated exclamations of ‘I literally feel ill right now’ or ‘OMG I’m nearly crying’ come across as silly and disingenuous and do nothing to endear the listener.