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    • 4.2 • 9.4K Ratings

From UFOs to psychic powers and government cover-ups, history is riddled with unexplained events. You can turn back now or learn the Stuff They Don't Want You To Know ... an audio podcast from iHeartRadio.

    The Colonial Parkway Murders

    The Colonial Parkway Murders

    The scenic Colonial Parkway stretches 23 miles across part of Virginia, linking Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown. This road has been purposely shielfed from commercial development, and it's full of pull-offs making it the perfect lovers' lane. And, from 1986 to 1989, it became a prime hunting ground for one of the state's most notorious serial killers. Tune in to learn more about the still-unsolved case of the Colonial Parkway Murders.
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    • 53 min
    Listener Mail: Purple Street Lights, Burger King Sauce Concerns, the Unsolved Death of Thomas Wales

    Listener Mail: Purple Street Lights, Burger King Sauce Concerns, the Unsolved Death of Thomas Wales

    Matthais calls to ask about why some streetlights are turning purple. Kyle writes in with a question about a possible fast food conspiracy to short people on condiments. Curious in Seattle prompts a disturbing exploration of the death of federal prosecutor Thomas Wales, who appears to have been murdered by a professional assassin. Ben, Matt and Noel decide to dive into the case in a future episode. All this and more in this week's listener mail segment.
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    • 43 min
    Introducing - Paper Ghosts Season 4 The Ozarks

    Introducing - Paper Ghosts Season 4 The Ozarks

    Hi, STDWYTK fans! Listen to Paper Ghosts Season 4 hosted by M. William Phelps! It’s the dead of summer, 1989, in the heart of the Ozarks. An 18-year-old woman goes missing from Bella Vista, Arkansas. As the search moves forward, several suspects emerge. Then… a body is found not far from the Missouri border, and a homicide investigation begins. Tune in to this top-tier true crime story, but don't just take our word for it, check out the trailer to decide for yourself!

     

    Show Description: It’s the dead of summer, 1989, in the heart of the Ozarks. An 18-year-old woman goes missing from Bella Vista, Arkansas. As the search moves forward, several suspects emerge. Then… a body is found not far from the Missouri border, and a homicide investigation begins. Soon, a second body is discovered nearby. What was a mystery transforms into the hunt for a possible serial killer stalking young women throughout the Ozarks. M. William Phelps digs in nearly 35 years later and begins to understand that things aren’t always what they seem.  

     

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    • 3 min
    Mysterious Inventors, Part II: Murdered For Science?

    Mysterious Inventors, Part II: Murdered For Science?

    Humans are phenomenally inventive creatures -- problem is, some of their inventions may end up disrupting the status quo. In fact, history is riddled with mysterious deaths of inventors and scientists -- along with countless allegations of conspiracy. How many of these strange stories could be true? Tune in for the second installment of this ongoing series: Mysterious Inventors.
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    • 1 hr 4 min
    CLASSIC: STDWYTK Live: Secrets of The Federal Reserve

    CLASSIC: STDWYTK Live: Secrets of The Federal Reserve

    From the secret signs of homeless communities to Toynbee tiles, the world of advertisement and even the US dollar, the world is chock-full of hidden signs, languages and symbols. Recently, the guys hit the road, traveling across the northeast and exploring these secret images on their first live tour. Tune in to learn more about the strange world of hobo code, the weird images on US currency and the murky origins of the Federal Reserve.
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    • 1 hr 54 min
    Strange News: New Cryptid Just Dropped, Chernobyl's Wolves, A Lawyer Saves The Day

    Strange News: New Cryptid Just Dropped, Chernobyl's Wolves, A Lawyer Saves The Day

    A new study shows wolves in Chernobyl have developed resistance to cancer. A scammer tries to refinance house behind owner’s back, lawyer saves the day. Shocking new research reveals human beings are host to a previously-unknown, bizarre collection of life forms called "obelisks" -- and no one knows what they're doing. All this and more in this week's strange news segment.
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    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
9.4K Ratings

9.4K Ratings

420seank ,

noel’s the worst

i’m going to repost a review i did not write, but feel it perfectly says what i feel.

Noel fumbles through every topic and clearly didn't do the required reading.
Even when he's presenting a topic for strange news, he's constantly asking his colleagues for information on his own topic. Noel has none of his own thoughts. Every episode, Noel compares a real event to a movie, as though that's the only way he can understand the world around him. And spoils new movies and TV shows!
While Matt and Ben work to be objective, Noel has no idea how to leave his political opinions out on f the topics. I typically have similar beliefs but the failure to be objective diminishes the facts.

J.C. Grace ,

Newer listener

Hey guys, my name is Cory G. I reside in the Midwest and drive a truck for a living. I was looking for something new to listen to on the road, recently, and came across your guys podcast. Just wanted to take time to thank you for the thought, research, energy, and effort all of you put into the conspiracies that you cover each episode. I look forward to eventually listening each of them even if it may take a little while. It’s always Interesting stuff and you all always bring the topic of conspiracy back full circle. Ignore any haters and Keep up the awesome work. It’s appreciated.

Fickle Joe ,

Why is Noel on the show

Never does Noel seem prepared, and this just disturbs the listener to wish he did his homework.

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