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The Pollock Twins // 58 // Reincarnation
John and Florence Pollock had two daughters, Joanna, and Jacqueline. The girls were hit by a car and killed when they were very young, but their father always believed they would be reincarnated. Florence did get pregnant again and had twin girls named Gillian and Jennifer. The family noticed that the twins had the same birthmarks as their older sisters and began acting just like them. Is it possible that the girls were reincarnated? Many people are very skeptical of this case, but the family saw too many similarities that they couldn't ignore.
The Sallie House // Kansas // 57
The Sallie House is located in Kansas and is known for extreme paranormal activity. There have been reports of fires, strange noises, cold spots, ghosts, scratches, and so much more. Allegedly, there is a little girl named Sallie and several other spirits that are haunting this home.
Lyda Southard // Idaho // 56
Lyda Southard was known as Flypaper Lyda, Lady Bluebeard, and the black widow. She married several men and they all kept mysteriously dying. It was eventually discovered that some of the bodies contained traces of arsenic poisoning and Lyda was the beneficiary on all of the life insurance policies. She was eventually convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to ten years, but she got a guard to help her escape. Luckily, her next husband realized who she was before she murdered him. He was able to set up a plan with the police, so they could catch her again. https://www.drinkingthecoolaid.com/ https://ratethispodcast.com/coolaid
Bennington Triangle // Vermont // 55
The Bennington Triangle has had several disappearances and oddities over the years. Native American legends say the land is cursed because all four winds met one spot in an eternal struggle. They also have legends about a man-eating stone. The Glastenbury Mountain is said to have trails that stop part way up and a deafening silence. There are several theories about the disappearances such as: a serial killer, alien abductions, wormholes, hypothermia, and even the Bennington Monster. https://ratethispodcast.com/coolaid https://www.drinkingthecoolaid.com/
April Kauffman // New Jersey // 54
April Kauffman was a popular, vivacious, and provocative talk show host who advocated for veterans. On May 10th, 2012, she was discovered shot dead in her bedroom. April's daughter, Kim Pack, felt that her step-father was involved in her mother's murder. April's husband, Jim Kauffman was a doctor and he had been writing fraudulent opioid prescriptions for the Pagans motorcycle club and they were selling the pills. When April found out about the pill mill, she asked for a divorce and said she would expose everything. Jim decided to hire a member of the Pagans motorcycle club to murder his wife. https://www.drinkingthecoolaid.com/ https://ratethispodcast.com/coolaid
Binions // Nevada // 53
Benny Binion was an American gambling icon, career criminal, and convicted murderer who established illegal gambling operations. He moved his operations to Las Vegas and opened Binion's Horseshoe Casino. When he opened his casino, he saw immediate success and this upset everyone in the gambling scene. Benny eventually lost his gambling license and his sons had to step up and help run the casino. A man named Marvin Shumate set up a kidnapping/murder plot for Benny's son, Ted Binion. They ended up backing out of the plan, but Ted ended up being murdered later in his life and there may be buried treasures of his that haven't been found yet. https://www.drinkingthecoolaid.com/ https://ratethispodcast.com/coolaid
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First I want to say I love the podcast art and name.
I'm on the fence because there is too much banter. I am good with a little or opinions, but there is too much wasted time at the beginning of the episodes. I don't mind an upbeat podcast because I don't expect everyone to sound all gloom and doom, but the side conversations are distracting. I haven't learned the host name, but one of the duo has great delivery. I started with the Powell episode.