Strange...but true. Heists, scams and other bizarre stories from all over the country. From the studio that brought you Bardstown and The Officer’s Wife, Strangeville is sure to make your head spin. True crime with a twist.
The Roadside Zoo | Ep. 5
A wildlife refuge in rural Indiana and a man who claimed to love his animals and his job. This week WHAS11 reporter Shay McAlister tells us what was really going on behind closed doors when paying customers weren't around.
The Reappearing Gnome | Ep. 4
According to FBI data, the vast majority of stolen property is gone for good. But every once in a while, stolen items make their way back home...sometimes in ways you wouldn't believe.
The Stolen Home | Ep. 3
When Josue Ortega tried to move into the new home he'd bought in Denver, someone was determined to stop him. And along the way, Josue almost died.
This week, KUSA reporter Jeremy Jojola tells us the wild tale of one man's quest to simply move into his home.
The Hidden Painting | Ep. 2
Ron Roseman was almost finished liquidating his late aunt's estate when the phone rang. It was the FBI.
WFAA journalists Jason Whitely and Taylor Lumsden take us through their investigation into a puzzling story. For more, check out the WFAA documentary "Discovering the de Kooning," available on WFAA's YouTube page.
The Missing Tiger | Ep. 1
A Houston resident spots a Bengal tiger lounging on his neighbor's front yard, setting off a series of events nobody could have seen coming. KHOU reporter Adam Bennett was along for the ride.
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I love this premise and just listened to 3rd episode
My new favorite podcast
Incredibly narrated, incredible pacing, and incredible production value. I really appreciate the craftsmanship and editing and of course THE STORIES in Strangeville. The name doesn’t really explain what these episodes contain. Maybe a better title would be “New at 11: Stolen and Strange”
Episode 3 was is a great and maddening example of how backwards the justice system is. I found myself getting so worked up at the audacity of this woman and squatters in general. I cannot believe what homeowners have to go through to access the property THEY ARE PAYING FOR! This happens a lot in Detroit as well. It’s amazing the “right” these squatters have that completely screw over the homeowners. These laws need to change.