Two life long friends tell each other the cases, stories, and reports of the true crime, paranormal, folklore, conspiracy, cults, and disasters that haunt them the most. Honestly, it’s all just a little bit grim.
106. Folklore: The Missing Folklore
Hello spooky friends! Long time, no see (or hear!). We have missed you! We wanted to bring you a fun and spooky episode for Halloween. Dust the mics off, clear the throats, and stumble through an awkward first date vibe - what else could you ask for? Happy Halloween!
105: It's Not Goodbye, It's See You Later
This week, Taylor and Jenni sat down and had a heart to heart. We began this podcast with stars in our eyes and the dream of spending nights hanging out and telling the scary stories you love. And now, after many adult responsibilities and a little bit of growth, we've decided to press pause on the podcast. We have adored every moment and want to end on a high note! We are so proud of this thing we've created, but most of all we are honored that you've taken us along with you on this journey. Thank you for laughing with us, crying with us, and being apart of A Little Bit Grim.
We still have two stories for you this week! Taylor tells the story of Sarah Pisan and Stephen Peter Morin, the forgotten serial killer. Then Jenni dives into her past and tells a true crime story that affected her personally.
104. True Crime: Disambiguous Disembodied Murders
Sit down, cuddle up, pour yourself a nice beverage and get ready for two new true crime stories brought to you by The Grim Gals, Taylor and Jenni. This week, Taylor tells the story of Reyna Marroquín and her murder that was solved almost 30 years later. Then Jenni talks about a little known serial killer by the name of Peewee Gaskins.
103. Paranormal: Run out of Heartbeats
It's ooky spooky week here in the A Little Bit Grim world! Taylor and Jenni continue to find and talk about haunted places they want to visit! This week, Taylor covers the very spooky Viaduct Tavern in London with its cellars and ghosts that don't want to be alone. Then Jenni covers the Pennhurst Asylum and the spirits that have been left behind.
102. Disasters: Status Calamitous
This week on A Little Bit Grim, Taylor and Jenni talk about the disasters that are their lives as well as some disasters that took lives. First, Jenni talks about the Radium Girls then Taylor gives the story of the USS Eastland Disaster.
101. Cults: Nothing Scarier Than a People
Welcome back to another Cult installment of A Little Bit Grim where the cult language is gross but the stories are even worse. This week, Taylor tells the story of the Aggressive Christian Mission Training Corps, then Jenni dives into the very bizarre story of the Cul-de-Sac cult of Wales.
You guys rock, however
Your show is amazing.. you guys have a great chemistry and the show is entertaining..however, please work on your pronunciations. Whether it’s just not saying your “t”s (such as king Tri-in” as opposed to King Triton) Also towns and poets names .. just maybe write it phonetically? Please don’t take it wrong, it’s just constructive criticism. You guys really do have a great show.
Love you guys but I hate the politics you guys bring to the show
I listen to podcasts to forget the awfulness of everything going on and everywhere we go, everyone is talking about it. I listen to escape it and you guys literally talk about it too which it’s kinda annoying. Hoping you guys change that in future episodes. Other than that you guys are great and funny. Please change that so I can continue listening, I’m on episode 11.
A fun adventure into the weird
My favorite thing to do after listening to an episode is hop over to the ALBG Instagram page and see the supporting evidence of all the wacky stories they tell. You just get the vibe they are truly passionate about bringing these stories to light, and it's so much fun to hear their take on the wonderful world of conspiracies, cults, true crime and more.