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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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MYSTICAL: Patience Worth

MYSTICAL: Patience Worth

2021-05-1231:2512

Patience Worth hit America’s literary scene hard in the early 20th century. She was a celebrated poet, novelist, and a charming conversationalist. But she was far from your typical literary celebrity: Patience was a ghost.  To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In 1928, a Pennsylvania faith healer was accused of placing a hex on multiple people in York county, leading to his brutal murder. But the events that followed his death convinced people he was actually practicing black magic. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In 1994, an entire playground full of school children in Zimbabwe claimed they saw a UFO hovering overhead. When experts tried to debunk their claims, they found little evidence to prove the kids weren't telling the truth. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In 1838, a strange villain began stalking the London suburbs. For the next 70 years, Spring-Heeled Jack — a fire-breathing, metal-clawed monster — terrorized the city. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
The Illuminati was an 18th-century secret society that supposedly ended just a decade after it began. But conspiracy theorists argue that it never really went away — it just went deeper underground, where it could slowly achieve world domination with no one the wiser. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In a 12th-century English village, farmers discovered two young children wandering alone in the woods. The kids’ unrecognizable clothing and language, along with their startling green complexions, led many to wonder if the people of Woolpit had a genuine encounter with fairies…
MYSTICAL: Nicolas Flamel

MYSTICAL: Nicolas Flamel

2021-03-3131:1228

In the 14th century, an ordinary bookseller named Nicolas Flamel may have unlocked the secrets of immortality, and learned to turn ordinary metals into gold — all thanks to a mysterious object known as the philosopher's stone. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In 1967, Stefan Michalak went to Falcon Lake for a weekend prospecting trip, where he encountered what has become the best-documented UFO in Canadian history. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
Celebrated author Barbara Newhall Follett went missing in December 1939. She's never been seen or heard from again. Is the key to solving her mysterious disappearance in the books she left behind? To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In 1966, an avalanche struck a school in Wales, killing more than 100 children. Afterwards, dozens of people claimed to have "seen" the disaster in dreams and visions before it happened — inspiring one psychiatrist to start Britain's first Premonitions Bureau.  To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
When his two daughters died in a tragic accident, John Pollock prayed for a miracle that would bring them back. Less than a year later, his wife gave birth to twins who defied the odds of genetics. The only clear explanation? Reincarnation. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
Toni Bosco dreamed something terrible would happen to her son. In August 1993, it came true — John and his wife Nancy were murdered. But the most unsettling part wasn’t the premonitory dream she had. It was the nightmares the culprit was having.  To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In 1925, an explorer led an expedition into the Amazon rainforest and was never seen again. Officials ruled that Percy Fawcett died. But many believe he discovered the lost city of “Z” and a portal to another dimension. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In the 1970s and '80s, a top-secret research program supposedly took place on the northernmost tip of Long Island. With reports of kidnappings, weather control, time travel and more, it may just be the Holy Grail of government conspiracy theories…    To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In 1632, the Devil came to Loudun, France. For nearly five years, dozens of priests performed hundreds of public exorcisms on a convent of nuns who claimed they were possessed by demons. The nuns accused a parish priest, Urbain Grandier, of making a deal with the Devil. To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
Over fifty years ago, the body of a woman was found burned to death in Norway’s “Ice Valley.” Her identity has never been confirmed, despite her leaving behind a trail of aliases, eyewitness accounts, and even a coded travel ledger.  To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
THE UNKNOWN: Bigfoot

THE UNKNOWN: Bigfoot

2021-01-2037:2221

In the summer of 1958, a strange creature terrorized construction crews in rural California. Since then, Bigfoot true-believers have collected a wealth of information on the strange ape-like being — including a minute of undoctored footage of a female Sasquatch in the wild.    To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
After UFO sightings exploded in New Hampshire in 1965, everyone from local police to Air Force officials to the Pentagon began investigating. But no one could conclude what exactly residents had seen — until, perhaps, now.    To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In 1828, a town in Germany received a strange visitor: a teenage boy who claimed he had been imprisoned his whole life. His mysterious murder just a few years later made his true identity more elusive — and engrossing — than ever.  To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
In 1892, Lena Brown died at just 19 years old, joining her mother and sister in an early grave. Then her brother, Eddie, got sick too. The working theory? His health was being syphoned by a vampire. When townspeople exhumed Lena’s body, their theory started looking a lot more plausible…  To view this episode’s full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural
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Matt Spiers

Ratings must be dropping because claiming conspiracy theorists think Beyonce’s in the Illuminati because they’re racist has to be the most patently absurd, poorly researched, stupid thing I’ve heard in a long long time.

May 2nd
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SPL80

Race has nothing to do with it. Everyone knows that there are many Hollywood elites that use the symbols in their music videos and photo's. Research: Boule- it is the black chapter if the freemasons'. Apparently black american elites are puppets of the Illuminate. Come on Ashley, your research has fallen short. Stop pulling the race card for ratings. It is gross.

Apr 28th
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Carolyn Grant

who's Vincent?

Apr 24th
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Jennifer Rowlands

can you do one about1 COVID 19

Apr 19th
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JMF

You guys can complain all you want but Ashley was totally spot on at the end there.

Apr 15th
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Kristin Fisher

Love this amazing podcast and Ashley!! Love Brit too...from Crime Junkie. Thank you to everyone who contributed and made the podcasts happen!! Thank you for the well told and highly entertaining episodes!! I look forward to all the new content you are putting out. Keep up the great work!! Kristin

Apr 15th
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K_EAR_E

Can we stop making everything racism??? You're spreading a false fire that just because someone believes something or says they don't know why an artist is so popular they're racist! Just stop! I'm not a fan of Beyonce, but I'm not racist. I just don't care for her music. I don't care for Lady Gaga either, but I've heard she's Illuminati. Is that racist 🙄

Apr 14th
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geegee

I doubt those musical artists you speak of are illuminate as well, but rrrrrrracism? gimme a break. Saying things like that breeds a false sense of racism. When successful white artists are accused of such things, is it also racism? Shit is silly

Apr 14th
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peg_leggin&hard_drinkin

Very fascinating. I enjoy these kind of stories.

Apr 9th
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Ivan

Be very careful, the so-called nymphs of the forest are unclean spirits or the evil forces of nature, they normally lure people deep in the forest only to never be seen again. being honest here there are no human beings that can friends with these types of spirits, they are evil and they sweet talk you to go with them. Regarding the dissaperance of Barbara, theres a chance the husband could've killed her.

Apr 2nd
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Timothy Williams

🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

Apr 2nd
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Clare Caron

Ashley Flowers is a truely gifted story-teller! I listen to all her podcasts & even the ones Chuck Audio produces with other podcasters! If you are into true crime as well you can't do better than Crime Junkies.

Apr 1st
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Br0wnie

Excellent storytelling and relaying of info related to Nicolas Flamel.

Apr 1st
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Jennifer Horton

Love this story! bummed to hear that Robinhood Investments is a sponsor though, they are an awful company

Mar 31st
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Angela Mayo

my nerd brain went straight to Harry Potter!

Mar 31st
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Ty Funk

I've never heard of this story before but I go camping in that area every year

Mar 25th
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jacqueline arriaga

omg this is crazyyy before u even brought stranger things up..I already thought of it and the similarities 😲

Mar 25th
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Paul Sigley

🤣🤣 it's like Ash forgot the show is called supernatural and in the last minute decided that Barbara must have turned into a fairy, seriously lol!

Mar 17th
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Timothy Williams

The only way this could have been more absurd is if she had Britt in the background saying "full body shiverrrs" and "oh. my. god."

Mar 11th
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Obscure

sounds an awful lot inspired by Lovecraft's The Shadow Out of Time, is there proof this guy existed, went into a coma so many times, and wrote these supposed diaries, in the 1920s before Lovecraft's story in 1936?

Mar 10th
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