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Most mysteries can be solved by looking at the facts. But sometimes, the facts don’t lead to a logical explanation, and the truth lies somewhere in the unknown…Join Parcast and Crime Junkie’s Ashley Flowers as they dive deep into the strange and surreal to explain some of the world’s most bizarre true crime occurrences in the new series, Supernatural with Ashley Flowers. Every Wednesday, Ashley digs into a different mystifying crime—where the most fitting theory isn’t always the most conventional.

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THE UNKNOWN: Dyatlov Pass

THE UNKNOWN: Dyatlov Pass

2020-04-0132:3626

On a hiking trip in Russia's Ural Mountains in 1959, nine young mountaineers tore their way out of their tent in the middle of the night and went running into the wilderness, half-clothed and without shoes. By morning, they were all dead—some from hypothermia, others from unexplained catastrophic injuries. To this day, no one knows what happened. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In 1938, one of the most prominent physicists in the world boarded a ship from Palermo to Naples—and never got off. His sudden disappearance sparked rumors about kidnapping, government cover-ups, and secret weapons technology. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In 1948, an unknown man was found dead of mysterious causes on an Australian beach. 72 years later, investigators are still unable to say who he was or why he died, despite an abundance of intriguing theories. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In the 1980s, twin brothers Jim and Jack Weiner started having the same recurring nightmares. Under hypnosis, they uncovered the root of the dreams: repressed memories from a bizarre experience earlier in their lives. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In 1966, two electronics technicians were found dead on a hill near Rio de Janeiro, with a cryptic note and two masks made out of solid lead. The investigation raised more questions than answers, uncovering among other things, involvement in an occult society. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
Every Wednesday, join Crime Junkie’s Ashley Flowers as she teams up with Parcast to search for the truth about history’s unexplained events in this new Parcast original series. Supernatural with Ashley Flowers. From unsolvable crimes to alien abductions, she’ll dive deep into the strange and surreal to explain some of the world’s most bizarre true crime occurrences—where the most fitting theory isn’t always the most conventional. Supernatural with Ashley Flowers premieres Wednesday, March 11th, free on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts!
Comments (56)

Katie Ferrier

Honestly this wasn't the best done podcast on this case. I would listen to the one from morbid. It's more detailed.

Apr 3rd
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Dalia Mendoza

Love this episode! It feels like the start for a mockumentary like the Blair Which Project.

Apr 2nd
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Keli Reardon

the tongue and eyes could be missing because of animals

Apr 2nd
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Samantha R.

Sacha is a nickname for Alexander...

Apr 1st
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Carey Murphy

Why are there only 5 episodes on Castbox? This is the only "supernatural" podcast that is NOT just a group of random people rambling about stuff. I hate that. But this one is great. Your voice is great, and the background is very "tv-esque" in it's sound production quality. Are there more than 5 episodes?

Mar 30th
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T C

This is my ultimate mystery I'm fascinated with and you released it on my birthday!

Mar 30th
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Ahmed Bahaa

i love this show so much

Mar 28th
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Sean Rosenau

She said both of the ship rides were at night. Back then all boats were slow. Someone could've came to the boat with a smaller boat and either he was kidnapped or went willingly into the small boat. Then they skidaddled.

Mar 27th
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Remo68

How does this fit in the "Supernatural" category? There was nothing supernatural about someone hiding out from his govt and from society tor years. This should been a plain ol' Crime Junkie story

Mar 27th
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Telly Wilson

I know right

Mar 25th
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paree rao

life saviour during boring quarantines ...

Mar 25th
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Telly Wilson

first to comment!

Mar 25th
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Crystal Broyles

when do we get a new episode?

Mar 24th
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Gabriel Sullivan

Eu amei que o primeiro episódio foi sobre o Caso das Máscaras de Chumbo... esse caso é muito interessante!! Um dos meus favoritos.

Mar 24th
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maxyholic

Hi Ashley, long time listener to crime junkie. I love the new podcast but I suggest you look more into what spiritism is. I lived in Brazil for two years and was dating a spiritist, I went to their meetings weekly, and went to multiple churches around the country. I know there isn't much about this online and most likely there are some good ones out there, but every single one I went to was a cult. Not exaggerating at all. If any time I revealed I didn't believe at any of the meetings, they would try and show my girlfriend of the time why she should break up with me. They use whatever tactics they can to seperate people from their family and seperate them into a group of "better people" I watched this happen to her, her sister, her sisters boyfriend and any of their friends they convinced to join. It is a very very enticing "religion" full of things they claimed were helpful but really only caused the believers harm and bolstered the "church". Also funny story. I was rubbed down(not that way! Just touching me from head to toe), while naked, by 8 old lady's while all of us wearing blindfolds with a giant murial of Jesus' face way too close, weekly. I understand that my experience is different from what some of online claims the religion to be, but I went to a church in every city I visited, and all were the same. All taking money from people who needed it to "help the church" and I never once saw an improvement to our hometown church in 2 years while the leader lived too well for his day job. I know you wanted to just make a supernatural podcast episode, but this belief is definitely more sinister, just hasn't been noticed cuz it isn't in one of the "first world countries". I have heard from many many Brazilians who compare it to scientology trying to convince my ex to stop going, and I would agree with them. They just have less money and infrastructure.

Mar 23rd
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JEREMIAH

love both of you. I recently discovered crime junkies. I listen every night at work. looking forward to this one too! you two are a great team.

Mar 21st
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Tófa

Awesome podcast 🙌 Thank you 🧡

Mar 19th
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Ryan Sherrill

It's a podcast based only on speculation. It's like having sex and not being able to finish

Mar 18th
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Rebecca Barker

check out the Colorado Kid by Stephen King

Mar 18th
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Pedro Franko

nnk kk c nkk

Mar 17th
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