17 episodes

Todd Robbins tells twisted true tales of bad things that happened back in the good old days of the past.

Abnormalcy podcast Todd Robbins

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 27 Ratings

Todd Robbins tells twisted true tales of bad things that happened back in the good old days of the past.

    The City That Knows How...To Kill.

    The City That Knows How...To Kill.

    This episode is a 45-minute verbal sprint through 170 years of murder and deadly mayhem in the City By the Bay, San Francisco. Please support this podcast at https://www.patreon.com/toddrobbins

    • 44 min
    Ep. 203-That City That Knows How

    Ep. 203-That City That Knows How

    Here's an overview of a lovely city out west that has always been filled with quirky dark charm. Please support this podcast at https://patreon.com/toddrobbins

    • 36 min
    Ep. 202-Cupid's Poisoned Arrow

    Ep. 202-Cupid's Poisoned Arrow

    They say that it is better to have loved and lost than to have never loved before. Well, in this episode, you will hear about women that not only loved and lost, they also lost their money and/or lives. Please support this podcast on Patreon. https://patreon.com/toddrobbins

    • 26 min
    Ep. 201-Board To Death

    Ep. 201-Board To Death

    Season 2 of Abnormalcy starts with an episode about the Ouija Board. It's just a fun spooky little toy, right? What could go wrong?

    • 27 min
    Ep. 113-Start 'Em Young

    Ep. 113-Start 'Em Young

    In uncertain times, people often look to our children as the hope for the future, and yet, through the years there have been a number of malevolent kids whose stories rattle that faith. The stories in this episode are being told by a guest narrator, 12-year-old Phineas Taylor Robbins. This is episode is the end of Season 1. Season 2 will be coming soon. Support this podcast at www.patreon.com/toddrobbins

    • 27 min
    Ep. 112-Fun and Games

    Ep. 112-Fun and Games

    Here's a cheerful earful of joyous diversions that all take a turn toward the sinister. 

    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

bixvenuti ,

Scarily brilliant storytelling

I don't listen to many podcasts; I often feel that I don't have the time. But I gladly MAKE time for "Abnormalcy." Todd Robbins is a brilliant storyteller with just the right voice and delivery for these gruesome true stories. Against the tales of men and women who have "stepped into the shadows," Robbins weaves in a healthy dose of fascinating history, ranging from the early days of baseball to the background of Coney Island to the U.S. Government's twisted response to Prohibition-era bootleggers. You never know what's lurking around the corner in "Abnormalcy" -- and that's just the way I like it.

Andrea Hogan ,

Delightfully Dark

Todd is an amazing storyteller! I hope we get more episodes soon!

MagicLouJohnson ,

Not for the Faint of Heart, but for the Saint with Art

Such a refreshing experience to listen to a subject matter that keeps you awake with every gory detail of amazing true stories and facts that have an ax to grind and Mr. Robbins is an excellent sharpener with sparks so bright you can hear his devilish grin through your speakers. You will grip the steering wheel tight during every episode. Take care. Be safe. You’ve been warned.

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