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The Ladies of Strange is a comedy podcast where we talk about everything from true crime, paranormal, conspiracy, and anything else we find questionable, odd, or eerie. Sit down with us every Thursday for a story presented by one of the hosts and learn with us that everyone has something they find strange, let us tell you why (sometimes) it’s not.
33 Episodes
Hello, Lovelies! In this short but sweet episode, we learn happens when over 2 millions gallons of molasses and faulty engineering collide. A tidal wave of Molasses that leveled Boston, Massachusetts's North End in January of 1919. Why did Boston have so much Molasses? How is this incident related to the Titanic? Can Rebecca pronounce names and correctly use pop culture references? (Absolutely not, unfortunately. Sorry guys, she tried.) Join us this week as we learn about this incredible but harrowing historical event that someone decided to write a musical about.This week's drink break is brought to you by the awesome Dirty Bits Podcast! Make sure to check out Tawny and her awesome show! Links can be found on this week's blog post:
Hello, Lovelies! Tiffany has an incredible story for you this week. After being told that his medical exams could wait and that the war effort needed him, Eugene Lazowski was promoted to Second Lieutenant and became a military doctor for Poland during World War II. After narrowly avoiding death many, many times, he reunited and married his long lost love, Murka Tolwinska, after Poland had surrendered. He quickly took it upon himself to help his fellow countrymen and the country he loves, a fact that eventually led him to joining The Resistance. After having a run-in with the Gestapo, he loosened a few boards in his backyard fence with the idea that it would serve as an escape route if needed. Instead, it opened up a portal to the Rozwadów Ghetto, allowing the Jewish who lived there to receive medical treatment from Lazowski. Part of Lazowski's job involved sending lab results to a German lab, a process that sometimes took weeks. Eventually, he hatched a plan with Stasiek Matulewicz that cleverly faked lab results to show a typhus outbreak. (And it's any reason we gave Eugene the Glen Coco award this episode?) Join us as Ashley and Rebecca learn about this incredible doctor and all he did for his community and country, all to annoy those pesky GermansThis week's drink break is brought to you by The Goth Librarian Podcast! Follow the link for more information and show notes:
Hello, Lovelies! This week we discuss Andy Warhol's history and the influence he had on pop culture that we still see today. From Campbell's Soup cans to Marilyn Monroe to his work in pop art, hear about it this week from the resident expert storyteller, Ashley.This week's drink break is brought to you by the wonderful Diane and her podcast, History Goes Bump! Follow the link for more info:
Hello, Lovelies! This week Rebecca tries to defend flat Earth! (What?) She explains things like how gravity works, what an antimoon is, why Antarctica is guarded by the government, and how the moon landing was faked with the help of NASA. Join us as Tiffany gets way too excited about this conspiracy, Ashley's brain blows a fuse, and Rebecca gets way too excited explaining the tomfoolery.Disclaimer: No Rebecca's were harmed during the recording of this episodeThis week's drink break is brought to ya'll by the amazing Our True Crime Podcast! Follow the link for more info and Rebecca's notes:
Hello, lovelies! Have you ever heard of the Overtoun Bridge in Scotland? Why is this bridge a dangerous place for dogs? Will this story make you sad? (Yes) This week, Tiffany shares a story, Rebecca wishes she would talk about rainbows instead, and Ashley contemplates becoming a bridge troll to save the puppies of Scotland.This week's drink break is brought to you by Going West: A True Crime Podcast! For more information and show notes follow the link:
Hello, Lovelies! Ashley has prepared a doozy for ya'll. This episode we learn quite a bit about medieval torture! Ever heard of a pillory? What about a scold's bridle? How about the popular ones like the Brazen Bull, the Iron Maiden, or being hung, drawn, and quartered? Join us as Ashley teaches us about various forms of torture, used for both punishment and interrogation, and Tiffany makes inappropriate jokes when not making uncomfortable noises.For this week's show notes (and fun pictures of the devices) follow the link:
Episode 27: Bones That Glow

Episode 27: Bones That Glow


Hello Lovelies! Have you ever heard of the United States Radium Corporation? What about the Ghost Girls who were later referred to as the Radium Girls? Join us this week as we learn about the early 1900's fad of glowing watch faces, worker's rights, some of the first victims (like Mollie Maggia), and victims like Grace Fryer who decided to do something about it, not only for herself, but all other women who were in her situation.This week's drink break is brought to you by the podcast, Fatalities! Follow the link for more info and to see Rebecca's show notes:
Hello, Lovelies! What did people do before having access to roller coasters was common? Go over Niagara Falls in a barrel! (Disclaimer, this was also done recently) In this episode, Tiffany gives the Ladies a brief history, starting with the first daredevil to survive, Annie Edson Taylor, their chosen barrels of transportation, and some of the more questionable modes of transportation people have used to brave the portion of the falls called Horseshoe Falls.This week's drink break is brought to you by Mirths and Monsters! Follow the link to find out more about them and view show notes:
Hello, Lovelies! This week, Ashley has a doozy of a story for you. Jasmine Richardson and Jeremy Steinke (who claimed to be a 300 year old werewolf a fact that we have A LOT of thoughts on) of Canada met and fell in love. Since Jasmine felt like she was being mistreated by her parents (she wasn't) they hatched a plan. With the help of Steinke, the pair committed what would later be known as "The Werewolf Masacre". Is this story messed up? Yes. Do we learn that Rebecca likes fire and handles stressful situations with bad attempts at humor? Also yes.CONTENT WARNING: Due to the nature of this story, we mention child abuse, self harm, and, while we don't dive into the specifics, we do briefly discuss how the Richardson family was murdered.This week's drink break is brought to you by SNAFUD! Follow the link for more info and show notes:
Hello, Lovelies! Ever heard of the Mutter Museum? Well neither had Ashely or Tiffany and Rebecca was WAY to excited to inform them about this amazing museum. Thanks to Thomas Dent Mutter, this museum has everything from The Soap Lady, Harry Raymond Eastlack's skeleton that was afflicted with Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP), Dr. Joseph Hyrtl’s human skull collection, and a cast of siamese twins Chang and Eng. As always, Rebecca covers the history, the popular exhibits, and somethings you're not sure why they would even have.Our drink break this week is brought to you by the People Are Wild Podcast. Click on the following link to see more about this week's drink break, Rebecca's show notes and sources:
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