The Asian Madness Podcast: a place where we discuss true crime, superstition, urban legends, mysteries, and weird news from the Asian continent.
The Darkest Room
Episode ninety four will cover the crazy sex trafficking case known as the Nth room from South Korea. Who were the people behind this? What did they do that was so horrible? And what happened to them?
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E93 - R&R Gone Wrong
Episode ninety three will cover the case of a young transwoman who was murdered in a motel room, most likely because she was a transwoman. How did this happen? Why did this happen? And what happened to the person who committed this crime?
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From Team Asian Madness, Introducing: Mystery Inc
From the same team that brings you Asian Madness, we want to introduce you to our new show Mystery Inc.
If you enjoy talking about shady mysteries, Aliens, murder, legends, and of course the occasional tea - then Mystery Inc is the podcast for you! Together brothers Shane and Josh Waters travel in their Mystery Machine Tesla scouting out some of the world’s best mysteries to share them here with you on Mystery Inc - which can be found wherever you listen to podcasts.
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Shane also hosts Foul Play: Crime Series, and Josh is also the host of Rotten to the Core.
The Devil In Me
In this special episode brought to you by Bandai Namco Entertainment Asia and The Asian Madness Podcast, we will be looking at the horrors associated with America's first serial killer H. H. Holmes, the man who claimed to have been born with the devil in him. How much of it is true? How much of it is fiction? Take a listen and decide for yourself.
Major thanks to Shane Waters from the Foul Play: Crime Series Podcast for his help in this episode. Couldn't have done it without his help.
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E92 - Deadly Obsessions
Episode ninety two will cover the rape one perverted man committed against hundreds of women, including Carita Ridgway and Lucie Blackman. Why did he turn out like this, despite having everything he needed in life to succeed? Could he have been caught earlier on? Listen and find out.
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Our Team Presents: Hometown History
From the same team that brings you The Asian Madness Podcast - introducing our podcast Hometown History.
Since 2016, Shane has been traveling to hometowns across America in search of forgotten history. Sure, these places may not be your hometown, but they are someone's and that is what makes them important. Shane travels to these places of forgotten historical significance and shares these stories with you.
We all love hearing the unknown stories of the places we visit when planning a trip - like the Redwoods National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, or Sun Studio. But what about Parker's Cross Roads, Tennessee? Or the Island in Michigan where the only American King ruled? But if you also enjoy traveling vicariously then this is also a podcast for you.
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Very interesting and informative podcast
If you are interested in any podcasts like generation why, the peripheral or just very informative podcast this is for you the host Jessica is so good at what she does and never seems to miss a beat when it comes to trying to understand other people and their situation and I love learning more about Asia as I am an American citizen and have never really traveled anywhere it’s really cool to get insight about different places especially less talked about countries
“Japan speaks Japanese”
Ooh girl, nah…. just no. I like the podcast but I’m kinda turned off overall. There’s a lot of unnecessary tidbits that take away from the narrative. Podcasts should be like a good meal. Don’t put anything on the plate that doesn’t benefit the dish as a whole, aren’t complimentary flavors or are not meant to be eaten like decorative sprigs or fruit rinds.
I really enjoy the history lessons! I learn so much when listening to this podcast.