It's a strange world out there. With each episode, The Lineup Podcast unearths a new case—from eerie destinations to bizarre true crimes throughout history.
The Lineup Podcast is produced with love and mayhem by The Lineup staff and our partners in crime at America's Most Haunted.
The Murder of the Lawson Family - Episode 22
On Christmas Day, 1929, shots rang out from the Lawson family homestead near Germanton, North Carolina. Charlie Lawson had murdered his wife and six of his children. Hours later, he took his own life. What could motivate a man to commit such a terrible act?
The Exorcism of Roland Doe and the Psychological Horrors of Demonic Possession - Episode 21
Soon after he attempted to contact the other side, young Roland Doe was possessed by a sinister force. Sound familiar? That's because the real-life case of Roland Doe was the inspiration behind "The Exorcist." Eric and Clarissa analyze the exorcism of Roland Doe and the psychological horrors of demonic possession.
Sarah Winchester and the Winchester Mystery House - Episode 20
Nearly 100 years after the séances ceased and the hammers fell silent in Sarah Winchester's sprawling Winchester Mystery House, the question remains: was it a labor of love or otherworldly obsession? Join Eric and Clarissa as they step inside the haunted halls of Sarah’s peculiar home, the Winchester Mystery House, where stairs lead to nowhere and doors open onto dangerous three-story drops.
Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum and the Haunting Enigma of Lily - Episode 19
West Virginia’s Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum is known for its abundance of paranormal activity. One spirit said to haunt the shuttered hospital is a little girl named Lily, a former resident who now wanders the halls, looking for a playmate. Eric and Clarissa explore the dark history of this crumbling asylum in search of its haunting child ghost.
Ed Gein: The Mad Butcher of Plainfield - Episode 18
His crimes were the stuff of nightmares, but how accurate are the many tales surrounding Plainfield’s Mad Butcher? Eric and Clarissa dissect the case of Ed Gein, a real-life American psycho whose capacity for murder and ghoulish predilection for crafting masks made of human skin inspired cinematic madmen like Norman Bates and Leatherface.
Bobby Mackey's Honky-Tonk of Horrors - Episode 17
Bobby Mackey’s Music World has a little something for everyone—classic country music, cold beer and hard liquor, ghosts and demons, perhaps even a portal to Hell. Join hosts Eric Olsen and Clarissa Cole as they peer into the dark and bloody history of this haunted Kentucky honky-tonk.
The latest show I see is Dec 2016????
The episode three glowing lights is a wonderfully strange and suspenseful tale! Although the podcast is no longer around, anyone who loves true supernatural stories should at least hear this episode.
I was so hyped to listen to this but only found poor sound quality, poor organization, and some obnoxious guy 😂 this guy makes fun of people who are into true crime WHILE RECORDING HIS TRUE CRIME PODCAST! Sir this may not be the right ball game for you.