Do you love a good mystery? Are you hopelessly interested in true crime? Do you spend hours on the internet each week researching weird and obscure stories? If so, we invite you to check out our brand new podcast: Bizarre and Facinating Details. During this weekly podcast, Sarah (lawyer/writer) and Darcie (PhD student in Biomechanics) will talk about all of those scary, provocative, and insane details that keep you up at night. Don’t miss this wonderful combination facts, first hand accounts, and theories of true crime, paranormal activity, mysterious objects, cool places, amazing stories, and unbelievable people.
Bonus Episode: Updates Chris Watts & Mackenzie Lueck
In this special mid-week bonus episode, Sarah & Darcie talk about updates on Chris Watts & the Mackenzie Lueck case.
This week on the podcast, Sarah & Darcie talk about a bizarre clown murder.
This week on the podcast, Sarah & Darcie talk about the inspiration for the Scream horror movie franchise, Danny Rolling.
Biological Terrorism In The Dalles
This week on the podcast, Sarah & Darcie talk about a case of biological terrorism in The Dalles, Oregon.
This week on the podcast, Sarah & Darcie discuss the case of Karen Silkwood.
This week on the podcast, Sarah & Darcie discuss the wild case of Wayne DuMond.
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Love love love.
My new favorite podcast. So thoroughly researched and just amazing. You ladies are awesome. Please don’t be discouraged by any negativity; you two have a good thing going.
I love your podcast so much that this is the ONLY review that I’ve EVER written.
This is an update to an earlier review. My partner and I have been listening to this podcast from the beginning and we really enjoy it. These ladies talk about everyday issues that we all deal with and bring humor, honesty and intelligence to the topics they discuss. Keep up the good work!
Too much rambling
The Wayne Case was 50 minutes long and they spent over 20 minutes rambling about nonsense and COVID. The entire world is already aware of COVID. Stick to your cases and the telling the story. You’re not news broadcasters.