The Lindsays reappear as mysteriously as they disappear, here to talk about hauntings of a tubercular and mountainous nature.
The Lindsays are back to chat about the goddess of fire and the god that likes to eat god-babies.
The Lindsays are doing a final episode about mysterious disappearances, after which that topic will not-so-mysteriously disappear! So this week it's the MV Joyita, Dorothy Arnold, Frederick Valentich, Joan Risch, Ray Gricar, Béla Kiss, the Sodder Children and Louis Le Prince. We'll be back with a new episode next week (unless we mysteriously disappear, which we... probably won't).
Missouri Lindsay reports back re: having watched Train to Busan (watch it, y'all, seriously). Then the Lindsays get down to the business of talking about islands of haunted dolls and why you should NOT go around killing your political rivals.
The Lindsays here to chat you up about lucid dreaming / dream walking and vintage unexplained psychic phenomena.
Holy snickerdoodles, fifty episodes! Neither of the Lindsays can believe it, even if they can believe in ghosts and stuff. Anyway, in this episode, the Lindsays talk about an Italian island of human ash and suffering, and a somewhat less hellish (but still plenty haunted) hotel in the heart of Chicago.
The Wild Prometheus
The Lindsays have a good chat about the story of Prometheus and a slew of other random Greek mythology tidbits, then proceed to fall down the rabbit hole that is the Wild Hunt.
The Lindsays have a nice lengthy chat about the mysterious and somewhat misnamed D. B. Cooper, and the wellspring of conspiracy theories that is MK Ultra.
The Lindsays decided that in order to do justice to the Bell Witch, they needed to double-up on her; also, Chicago Lindsay has an interesting theory as to what her deal was.