From Executive Producer Patrick Hinds and the Obsessed Network comes a new podcast about all the things that make us wonder. Each week, we’ll tell you a true story that will fascinate and terrify you: a family who receive letters from a “Watcher” after moving into their new house, a hotel that’s seen so much death that it has to be cursed, UFO encounters, hauntings, Bigfoot sightings, and so much more. Written and hosted by Tony Award-winning actor and celebrated writer Daisy Eagan, “Strange and Unexplained” is a journey into the uncomfortable and the unknowable that will leave you both laughing and sleeping with the lights on.
Trapped Spirits: Broadway's Two Most Haunted Theatres
Broadway’s St. James and Belasco Theatres are said to be two of the most haunted theatres in the country, and Daisy has worked at both of them. This week, she’ll share the haunted history of each, tell you what she experienced there, and share the terrifying ghostly encounters of others that have become theatre - and paranormal -legend.COME HANG WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA! Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Join the Facebook Group to meet your fellow weirdos!!This Week's Sponsors:
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Elevators: Terror and Death in a 6 by 6 Foot Box.
Elevators: they’re a modern convenience that we take for granted. But maybe we shouldn’t. This week we bring you two stories about terror and death in a 6 by 6 foot elevator car. COME HANG WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA! Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Join the Facebook Group to meet your fellow weirdos!!This Week's Sponsors:Daily Harvest: Fresh organic food for any time of the day! Get $25 off your first box at DailyHarvest.com and enter Promo Code Daisy.Apostrophe: A prescription skincare company! Get $15 off your first visit at apostrophe.com/strange and use Promo Code STRANGE
Vanished in the Bermuda Triangle
This week: Two stories of large groups of people vanishing—completely disappearing without a trace—in the world’s most notorious body of water: The Bermuda Triangle. Part 1 takes place LAST YEAR when a boat carrying about 20 passengers set sail from the Bahamas headed to Florida, but never made it. Part 2 tells the story of a routine test flight in which 6 planes and 27 airmen, yes, TWENTY SEVEN AIRMEN, lost contact with ground control and vanished without a trace of any human or plane every being recovered. Their final transmissions with the mainland alone will have you sleeping with the lights on. PLUS all the theories—some of them pretty bonkers—about what is going on there. Come hang out with us on social media! Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Join the Facebook Group to meet your fellow weirdos!!This Week's Sponsors:BetterHelp: Get matched with a licensed professional therapist! Get 10% off your first month at BetterHelp.com/DaisySimpliSafe: Never worry about a home break-in again! Get a 60-day risk free trial AND a free security camera at SimpliSafe.com/DaisyEmbark: Your dog, decoded! Get $50 off their breed and health kit by visiting Embarkvet.com and using Promo Code DAISY
The Watcher House
In June 2014, Derek and Maria Broaddus bought their dream home in Westfield, New Jersey—a 6-bedroom, 3.5-bath mansion at 657 Boulevard. Just days later, before the family even moved in, they received their first letter from “The Watcher.” The Watcher said they had been watching the house for decades—watching the house was their job, their life. “Do you know the history of the house?” the letter asked. “Do you know what lies within the walls of 657 Boulevard? Why are you here? I will find out.” And that was just the beginning of the nightmare. Come hang out with us on social media! Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Join the Facebook Group to meet your fellow weirdos!!THIS WEEK'S SPONSORS:
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PREVIEW: Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
From Executive Producer Patrick Hinds and the Obsessed Network comes a new podcast about all the weird stuff happening around us.Do you believe in ghosts? How about bigfoot? Do you think it’s strange and fascinating that a 4 year old in Oklahoma could look at a black and white picture of a man from the 1930s and say ‘that was me. Before.” And then provide actual, verifiable details of the man’s life? If so, “Strange and Unexplained With Daisy Eagan” is about to be your new favorite podcast.Daisy is a Tony Award-winning actor, writer, and true crime fanatic. But she’s also a skeptic. Each week She looks at real stories of hauntings, disappearances, UFO encounters, the Bermuda Triangle, near death experiences, and anything else that feels just beyond what we can easily make sense of. She is your guide into the inexplicable details of these stories. But she’s also like, “show me the receipts.”
Customer ReviewsSee All
Fun podcast with flaws
Well, not flaws... more like bias. I know it’s comedy, but her passive aggressive jabs at those she doesn’t agree with will lose her some subscribers.
Guessing she doesn’t care - but bugs me a little because I really like the show... and I’m probably someone she would take shots at because I don’t share all of her views.
Anyway - I’m a subscriber and like it... maybe take fun shots at everyone? Makes it easier to swallow.
Great podcast if you are ok with that. I’m just tired of the “us vs them” and it’s the small subtle things that promulgate it.
Keep the episodes coming & Good luck!
Daisy, you’re just not funny.
The topics are interesting, but the host’s commentary is cringey. She tries so hard to be funny and sassy but instead comes across as whiny and condescending.
So good! Wonderfully narrated & researched.