36 episodes

Down the Rabbit Hole is a weekly podcast where we explore lost mysteries, enigmas, and conundrums in a story quick enough for any commute. Ann-Marie spends all week deep diving into each topic in order to give you a full picture story. Now, it's up to you if you'll fall down the rabbit hole after me.

Down the Rabbit Hole Ann-Marie Luneau

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 42 Ratings

Down the Rabbit Hole is a weekly podcast where we explore lost mysteries, enigmas, and conundrums in a story quick enough for any commute. Ann-Marie spends all week deep diving into each topic in order to give you a full picture story. Now, it's up to you if you'll fall down the rabbit hole after me.

    The Deadliest Love Obsession

    The Deadliest Love Obsession

    The only thing scarier than suffering from an obsession is suffering from the obsession of someone else. That's the way a love obsession works. The victim does nothing more than smile from afar, or say hello to the wrong person, at the wrong time. Then they're locked in, because an unchecked obsession only ever gets worse. Dorothy Jane Scott found herself victim to a love obsessed killer, who remains unknown to this day despite his extensive efforts to get that fix.

    Sources:


    Unsolved Casefiles
    True Crime Articles
    Wicked We
    The Line Up

    • 17 min
    The Bennington Triangle

    The Bennington Triangle

    People go missing, I tell these stories all the time. And there doesn’t necessarily have to be anything supernatural or menacing about it either… some people just step out of sight, never to be seen again. It's scary, and sad, and opens our minds to consider even the things we wish not to. Further than that, there are places, isolated or not, where these mysterious happenings occur at an alarming frequency. One of these places is the Bennington Triangle, where people seem to step out of reality and into thin air. 



    Sources:


    BenningtonTriangle.com
    BT Wiki
    Legends of America

    • 15 min
    The Alphabet Killer

    The Alphabet Killer

    Alliteration is a poetic device that has a way of standing out in American linguistics. It's beautiful, attention grabbing, and rhythmic. But like all beautiful things, the right person can turn it into something vile and disgusting. Starting in 1971, Rochester, New York suffered under the hands of the Alphabet Killer. Tune in this week to find out why he got that name and if he was ever brought to justice.

    Sources:


    Unsolved Casebook
    Alphabet Murders Wiki
    Greatest Unsolved Mysteries

    • 22 min
    The Vengeful Tiger Daughter

    The Vengeful Tiger Daughter

    All that most parents want in life is to give their children a better life than they had. But, misguided efforts easily lead to resentful kids. It leads to kids who lie, and cheat, and steal and feel no remorse because the world "owes" them. It leads to kids like Jennifer Pan. And in her chaotic wake, she left us all wondering if she was a victim, not mentally healthy enough to cope with psychological abuse, or if she's just a sociopath... abusing our sympathy and cold enough to do it again. 

    Sources:


    Crime Scene Database
    Jennifer Pan Wiki
    Everybody Kills
    Toronto Life

    • 25 min
    The Yuba County Five

    The Yuba County Five

    All week, Gary Mathias told his mom "We got a big game Saturday, Don't you let me oversleep." He laid his jersey out on his bed then headed out the door to attend a game at Cal State, Chico with four of his best friends. Rather quickly, Jack Madruga's Mercury Montego was found abandoned up a desolate mountain road. The car was perfectly functioning and the boys were missing. Months later, the group of boys were finally found, dead and in different places around the mountain. All but one. To this day, Gary Mathias remains missing. This week, we're talking about the bizarre disappearance of the Yuba County Five, also known as the American Dyatlov Pass. 

    Sources:


    Morbidology
    Mental Floss
    YCF Wiki

    • 18 min
    The Midnight Rider

    The Midnight Rider

    In the sleepy town of Niagara, North Dakota, the story of the Midnight Rider has gone stale after over 100 years of mystery. We all thought Eugene Butler was just weird old man with mental health issues, hopping on his horse in the nighttime and screaming down the country roads. We put him up in an insane asylum until he died and thought that was the end of his story. That is until his home went under renovation and a shocking discovery was made. This week, tune in to find out what Farmer Butler was hiding and why it’s still an unsolved mystery over a decade later.

    Sources:


    Wicked We
    HPR
    Ghosts of North Dakota

    • 11 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

ghosts that we knew ,

Great work

What happened to this podcast?

Ponterbee's2ndPhone ,

Down The Rabbit Hole~!!

This podcast is so much fun to listen to ~
Extremely interesting - sometimes truly bizarre - episode topics, all told in under 30 minutes.

I prefer short episode lengths like these: I usually just don’t have time for the 95min. “creepy talk” podcasts... (I’ll save where I’m at, halfway through, and when I get back to it I usually have lost interest or want to hear something else even more: so this is perfect for me!)

Alaskanbananamal ,

Fantastic reporting on unsolved mysteries

Highly recommend!

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