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E64: The Amityville Horror

E64: The Amityville Horror

May 20, 2019

On November 13, 1974, 23-year old Ronald DeFeo Jr. murdered his father, mother, and four siblings late in the night as they slept soundly at their home in Amityville, Long Island. 13 months later, George and Kathleen Lutz and their three children moved into the same house, allegedly experiencing 28 straight days of unexplained terror that would spawn an iconic novel and a famous series of horror films. In the third part of our four-part hauntings series, we take a look at the events that transpired at 112 Ocean Avenue, break down the aftermath of the alleged hauntings, as well as discuss theories about it being a hoax.

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Music: Ocean Avenue by Yellowcard

E63: The Winchester Mystery House

E63: The Winchester Mystery House

May 13, 2019

With the untimely death of her husband William in 1881, Sarah Winchester inherited partial ownership in the Winchester Repeating Arms Company, giving her more income than she knew what to do with. After moving to San Jose, California, Sarah would begin the seemingly never-ending construction of her labyrinthine Winchester Mystery House, providing builders with nonsensical instructions that included staircases leading to nowhere, doors that opened to more doors, hidden rooms, and many other architectural oddities. It's said that Sarah Winchester received instructions about the houses construction by the spirits of those who had been killed by firearms manufactured by her late husband's company, with Sarah attempting to appease and confuse the angry spirits through the never-ending construction.

On this episode of Big, If True, Matt and Kayla discuss Sarah Winchester and the events leading up to the houses construction, as well as the history of the Winchester Mystery House, theories about the house, and much more.

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Use Your Freedom to Vote

Use Your Freedom to Vote

May 6, 2019

From Monday, May 6th to Friday, May 10th, listeners of Big, If True are encouraged to use their freedom to vote for their favourite Patron Pilot episodes! The winner will be selected as our patron exclusive show, and will premier in June 2019 for all patrons. 

Your choices are:

Film School for Scoundrels - A movie review show taking on must-see cult, classic, and contemporary films.

Tokyo Tiger Driver - Discussing the best and most significant pro wrestling matches to come out of New Japan Pro Wrestling.

Do It for the Vinyl - Reviewing the best and most critically acclaimed albums ever produced, regardless of genre.

Enter Sandman - Watching every Adam Sandler movie in chronological order so you don't have to.

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E62: The Great Amherst Mystery

E62: The Great Amherst Mystery

May 6, 2019

The Great Amherst Mystery is one of Canada's most famous hauntings, and has been cited as being one of the most credible examples of explainable paranormal phenomena in history. The events saw 18-year old Esther Cox and her family be tortured by the presence of spirits for nearly a year, before ending almost as soon as it all began. Actor Walter Hubbell famously wrote about the case, gathering a number of eyewitnesses for testimony, and having them sign an affidavit for the release of his book The Great Amherst Mystery: A True Narrative of the Supernatural. In this episode, we talk about Amherst, Nova Scotia, Esther Cox, and the events that took place from September 1878 until the following summer.

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E61: The Death of Adolf Hitler

E61: The Death of Adolf Hitler

April 29, 2019

By 1945, Nazi Germany had seen two years of increasing losses on the Eastern front, the involvement of the United States in the war, and the arrest of close ally Benito Mussolini - early in the final year of the war, it was clear that the Nazi German empire was crumbling quickly. In early 1945, Adolf Hitler and his long-time lover Eva Braun would take refuge in the Fuhrerbunker, where they would allegedly take their lives at the end of April. In the final part of our "Nazi Conspiracy" series, we take a look at events that led to the quick rise and fall of Nazi Germany, the last days of Hitler, and the conspiracies about his alleged suicide.

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Music: Hell March by Frank Klepacki

Patron Pilot #4: Enter Sandman #1 - Big Daddy (1999)

Patron Pilot #4: Enter Sandman #1 - Big Daddy (1999)

April 25, 2019

In "Enter Sandman", the fourth and final Patron Pilot episode, Matt and Kayla discuss 1999's Big Daddy. Topics discussed include Adam Sandler's obsession with Hooters, the film's many great gags, the Razzies, and more.

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E60: Edward VIII

E60: Edward VIII

April 22, 2019

King Edward VIII reigned for just 327 days, abdicating the throne after a crisis that involved his being romantically involved with an American divorcee named Wallis Simpson. Following his abdication of the throne, both Edward and his new wife were roundly accused of being Nazi sympathisers, with both having close ties to Nazi government elites. Edward would regularly correspond with Nazi officials, allegedly making statements on more than one occasion that indicated that his loyalty to Britain was now in question. This would lead to the Nazis devising a plan that allegedly involved installing Edward as king once again, using his questionable loyalty to their advantage.

In this episode, we discuss the state of Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1936, the Edward VIII abdication crisis, Operation Willi, the Marburg Files, and much more.

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Music: Hell March by Frank Klepacki

E59: The Reichstag Fire

E59: The Reichstag Fire

April 15, 2019

1933's Reichstag fire is perhaps the most pivotal moment in the rise of the Nazi Party to power in Germany. The burning of the Reichstag allowed Adolf Hitler and the leading Nazi elite to consolidate their power, passing the Reichstag Fire Decree and the Enabling Act of 1933 that would strip away the fundamental rights of German citizens, and give Adolf Hitler the power of both the presidency and the chancellorship. In the second part of our "Nazi Conspiracy" series, we take a look at the Reichstag Fire and the fall out from the event, and discuss Marinus van der Lubbe, the alleged arson responsible for starting the fire.

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Music: Hell March by Frank Klepacki

E58: Geli Raubal

E58: Geli Raubal

April 8, 2019

Geli Raubal, daughter of Adolf Hitler's half-sister Angela, was said to be the only woman that Hitler ever truly loved. During the early years of the Nazi Party's rapid rise in the political sphere of the Weimar Republic, young Geli caught the eye of her much older "Uncle Alf", leading to years of Raubal being kept as something of a hostage to Hitler's desires. Ultimately, it would end in the mysterious death of the 23-year old Geli Raubal, and lead Adolf Hitler into an alleged period of deep depression at one of the most crucial points in his career.

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Music: Hell March by Frank Klepacki

Big, If Gru #1 - Despicable Me (2010)

Big, If Gru #1 - Despicable Me (2010)

April 1, 2019

After a great deal of soul searching, Matt and Kayla have returned with a new lease on life and a brand new show - Big, If Gru. In the first ever episode, your hosts discuss the first of Illumination's animated masterpieces - 2010's Despicable Me. Topics covered include the film's many themes, its danceable Pharrell Williams soundtrack, the multi-layered characters, and the fact that Despicable Me is not actually a baby movie.

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Music: Despicable Me and Fun, Fun, Fun by Pharrell Williams

Patron Pilot #3: Do It For the Vinyl #1 - Pet Sounds, The Beach Boys

Patron Pilot #3: Do It For the Vinyl #1 - Pet Sounds, The Beach Boys

March 28, 2019

In the pilot episode of our third potential patron spin-off show "Do It For the Vinyl", Matt and Kayla discuss Pet Sounds, the iconic pop album by the Beach Boys. They talk about the creation of the album, Brian Wilson's newfound appreciation for LSD, and break the album down track by track.

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E57: Chupacabra

E57: Chupacabra

March 25, 2019

The Chupacabra, Spanish for "goat-sucker", is one of the most legendary cryptids in the modern history of the Americas. For half a decade, the creature allegedly terrorized communities throughout South and North America, killing large amounts of goats, chickens, cattle, and other animals. Sporting lizard-like skin, sharp fangs and claws, and alien-like eyes, the chupacabra is said to have a thirst for the blood of livestock and household pets. In this episode, Matt and Kayla cover the history of the chupacabra, breaking down theories about the creature's origin and its sudden disappearance.

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Music: CHUPACABRA by KILLY

E56: Remote Viewing

E56: Remote Viewing

March 18, 2019

Remote viewing is defined by the CIA as being the “acquisition and description, by mental means, of information blocked from ordinary perception by distance, shield, or time.” For over two decades, the American intelligence community conducted hundreds of remote viewing experiments under a variety of project names, gathering intel about Soviet military bases, as well as missing persons and objects. This week, Matt and Kayla discuss the long and often complicated story of remote viewing, covering the alleged experts in the field, a number of stranger than fiction success stories, and the eventual abandonment of remote viewing by the intelligence community.

Find out how to remote view on Gaia, and check out Third Eye Spies on Vimeo or on the official website.

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Music: The Remote Viewer by OCS

E55: Project MKUltra

E55: Project MKUltra

March 11, 2019

During the early years of the Cold War, the American intelligence community became extremely interested in the raw power held in being able to change and control the brains of Soviet Bloc spies and government officials. This morbid interest would turn into the CIA's Project MKUltra, one of the most famous projects ever conducted by the American government. MKUltra would see American and Canadian citizens be unknowingly dosed with LSD and other psychedelics in the name of developing powerful methods of mind control.

In this episode, Matt and Kayla finally tackle Project MKUltra, talking about the history behind the program, the involvement of the American and Canadian governments, the death of Frank Olson, and more.

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Music: MK Ultra by Muse

E54: Fred and Rosemary West

E54: Fred and Rosemary West

March 4, 2019

Fred and Rosemary West are two of England's most notorious serial killers, responsible for kidnapping, raping, and murdering at least twelve young women between the 1960's and 80's. Fred and Rose's unspeakable crimes led them to becoming known as the "House of Horrors" murderers, unleashing their twisted sexual proclivities on everybody around them - even their young children. In the final episode of their "Deadly Love" series, Matt and Kayla discuss the many sadistic crimes of England's Fred and Rosemary West.

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Patron Pilot #2: Tokyo Tiger Driver #1 - Okada vs. Omega, Wrestle Kingdom 11

Patron Pilot #2: Tokyo Tiger Driver #1 - Okada vs. Omega, Wrestle Kingdom 11

February 28, 2019

In the pilot episode of our second potential patron spin-off show "Tokyo Tiger Driver", Matt and Kayla discuss the epic showdown between IWGP Heavyweight champion Kazuchika Okada and Kenny Omega at NJPW's Wrestle Kingdom 11.

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E53: David and Catherine Birnie

E53: David and Catherine Birnie

February 25, 2019

David Birnie and Catherine Harrison, two childhood lovers with troubled pasts, would both be arrested in their adolescent years and separated for nearly two decades following a series of petty criminal offences. In the mid-1980's, David and Catherine would finally reunite and quickly escalate their history of petty crime to much more serious offences - the abduction, rape, and murder of at least four different young women in Western Australia. In the penultimate episode of our "Deadly Love" series, Matt and Kayla tackle the lives and crimes of David and Catherine Birnie, the Moorhouse Murderers.

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Music: Hounds of Love by Kate Bush

E52: Alvin and Judith Neelley

E52: Alvin and Judith Neelley

February 18, 2019

26-year old Alvin Neelley and Judith Ann Adams met in 1980 when Judith was just 16-years old. After quickly eloping, the two would go on a prolific crime spree that saw them rob banks and commit a number of other petty crimes. After being arrested and finally reunited in the Fall of 1982, Alvin and Judith Neelley would severely escalate the intensity of their crimes, savagely kidnapping, raping, and murdering 13-year old Lisa Ann Millican and 22-year old Janice Kay Chatman. These crimes would lead Judith Neelley to becoming the youngest woman ever sentenced to death in the United States. In the second episode of our "Deadly Love" series, we take a look at the heinous crimes committed by Alvin and Judith Neelley.

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Music: The Devil's Rejects by Rob Zombie

E51: Michael and Suzan Bear Carson

E51: Michael and Suzan Bear Carson

February 11, 2019

Michael and Suzan Bear Carson, two vagabonds living the hippie lifestyle in 1980's California, undertook one of the most bizarre series of murders in the history of killer couples. The self-described "vegetarian Muslim warriors" would hear LSD-induced messages from God, who told them to rid the world of so-called "witches". This would lead the couple to killing three strangers over a period of just over two years, eventually being branded the "San Francisco Witch Killers". In the first episode in our Deadly Love series, we take a look at the lives, crimes, and the eventual capture of Michael and Suzan Bear Carson.

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Music: Murder Mountain by Peter J Hopkins

E50: FEMA Camps (Redux)

E50: FEMA Camps (Redux)

February 4, 2019

Conspiracy theories about FEMA Camps have existed for decades, with believers warning that Americans who are deemed to be "dissidents" could be betrayed by their government at any time and confined to forced labor and mass extermination camps. While little concrete evidence exists to back up these claims, nations around the world have infamous examples of governments turning on their own people, creating more than enough precedence to lend some legitimacy to these rumors. In celebration of our 50th episode, we re-investigate the topic of our second ever episode - FEMA Camps.

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Patron Pilot #1: Film School for Scoundrels #1 - Eraserhead

Patron Pilot #1: Film School for Scoundrels #1 - Eraserhead

January 31, 2019

In the pilot episode of our patron spin-off show Film School for Scoundrels, we take a look at David Lynch's 1977 art house classic - Eraserhead.

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Music: In Heaven by Laurel Near, David Lynch, & Peter Ivers and In Heaven by The Pixies

 

E49: Death of JFK Jr.

E49: Death of JFK Jr.

January 28, 2019

John F. Kennedy Jr. was at one time one of the most popular men in Manhattan, working his way through law school and beginning a career as an Assistant District Attorney before launching the groundbreaking George magazine. Unfortunately for a city who couldn't get enough of young "John John", JFK Jr., his wife Carolyn, and her sister Lauren were killed in a tragic plane crash near Martha's Vineyard in 1999. In the last part of our Kennedy family series, we take a look at the life and death of JFK Jr., discussing a number of conspiracy theories along the way.

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Music: Many Rivers to Cross by Jimmy Cliff

E48: The Chappaquiddick Incident

E48: The Chappaquiddick Incident

January 21, 2019

On the night of Friday, July 18, 1969, Ted Kennedy was involved in a car accident that killed passenger Mary Jo Kopechne. What followed was a bizarre series of events, with Kennedy not reporting the accident to police for nearly ten hours, attempting to cover-up details of what transpired on that evening, and acting in a manner that would end his chances of ever rising to the political heights of his brothers John and Robert. This week, Matt and Kayla take on the Chappaquiddick Incident, going through the official timeline of events, discussing all those involved, and dissecting the theories as to what actually happened that night.

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Music: And I Will Follow by After All

E47: Jimmy Hoffa

E47: Jimmy Hoffa

January 14, 2019

Jimmy Hoffa, former leader of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, was at one point considered by Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy to be one of the most powerful men in the United States. In a quick spin-off of Big, If True's Kennedy family series, Matt and Kayla take a look at the life and mysterious disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa, covering his famous feud with RFK, his meteoric rise to becoming president of the Teamsters, and the bizarre details behind his disappearance.

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Music: Two Hands and a Hat by Black Happy

 

E46: RFK Assassination

E46: RFK Assassination

January 7, 2019

Robert F. Kennedy looked to pick up where his brother John left off, working to usher in an era of hope in the United States which would see an increased focus on civil rights, getting troops out of Vietnam, and ensuring a better overall deal for all Americans. Before Bobby could even begin to make good on his promises, he was gunned down by a young Palestinian man named Sirhan Sirhan. On this week's episode, we talk about the life and times of Bobby Kennedy, look at the circumstances behind his assassination, and talk about some of the suspicious aspects behind RFK's tragic killing.

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Music: Abraham, Martin and John by Dion