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Bizarre States #25: Serial Killers
Episode 25: Bizarre States
Serial Killers
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Bizarre States #25: Serial Killers

Serial killers, HBO’s The Jinx, AND an SKD Kickstarter? All that and more on this week’s Bizarre States!

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Comments

  1. Invader Sin says:

    Love the podcast! Jess and Bowser, you two are so much fun. When Jess was talking about the California City location, the description sounded very similar to Bombay Beach and the Salton Sea. I’ve been there and it’s quite freak-aye! It stinks, there is dead fish everywhere and the “homes” there remind me of a town in the Fallout video game. Scariest thing of all, some people do live there, I got that The Hills Have Eyes vibe from the place! A couple of suggestions for you guys, I think it would be super duper awesome if you announced ahead of time a haunted location you will discuss in the future so that listeners could submitand spooky experiences they might have had at said location. For example, I would have loved to have heard about a locals spooky experience when you spoke about Ojai. Secondly, I would love if you could get Max Landis to read those submissions. Once he got into his spooky stories, I swear I had the chills. Love ya!

  2. grim says:

    Awesome episode as always.

    Aristotle, humble request: Could you please provide links to the topics that Jessica and Bowser talk about, that have links? Thanks!

  3. Joe says:

    Love the show, I look forward to it weekly. It really makes the turmoil of my desk job seem less bleak. Anyway, you guys should consider doing a show on esoteric culture and religion in America. While New Orleans is a give in, a lot of people aren’t aware that there are pretty prevalent Voudou, Palo, Santeria, Stregheria, etc. communities in the United States, oftentimes where you’d least expect them. It’s really cool stuff. Just a suggestion. Keep on doing what you do. It’s awesome.

  4. hashish says:

    I’m not a believer of the supernatural.  That said, I did hear a “theory” that those with mental disorders are more susceptible to persuasion from demonic entities.  Makes sense, from a spiritual standpoint.