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Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

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A podcast about all the things that make us wonder. Each week, we’ll tell you a true story that will fascinate and terrify you: a family who receive letters from a “Watcher” after moving into their new house, a hotel that’s seen so much death that it has to be cursed, UFO encounters, hauntings, Bigfoot sightings, and so much more. Written and hosted by Tony Award-winning actor and celebrated writer Daisy Eagan, “Strange and Unexplained” is a journey into the uncomfortable and the unknowable ...
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The Amy Eagan Podcast

Amy Eagan and Gary Stocker

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Welcome to The Amy Eagan Podcast. Every Saturday Lindenwood University's Head Women's Basketball Coach Amy Eagan talks women's basketball and much, much more. We'll talk about past games, future games, players, the OVC, the NCAA, academics, careers, and many other interesting topics.
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Strangers, I've warned you time and time again, don't go outside. It's dangerous out there! But, if you absolutely MUST remember these three things: Always bring water. Never Talk to Strangers. And, for Pete's sake, DON'T GO UP THE STAIRCASES IN THE WOODS! "Strange and Unexplained" is a podcast from Grab Bag Collab & Three Goose Entertainment and i…
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Welcome to the country's most infamous hotel. We all know the story. You can check out, but you can never leave." But, is the legend of HH Holmes really all it's cracked up to be? "Strange and Unexplained" is a podcast from Grab Bag Collab & Three Goose Entertainment and is a journey into the uncomfortable and the unknowable that will leave you bot…
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For the first time ever we invite an expert on for a spirited discussion about one of maritime's favorite ghost stories. "Strange and Unexplained" is a podcast from Grab Bag Collab & Three Goose Entertainment and is a journey into the uncomfortable and the unknowable that will leave you both laughing and sleeping with the lights on. Follow us on In…
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In the 1940s, Henrietta Lacks, a mother, wife, and pillar of her community, battled extremely aggressive cancer under extremely racist circumstances. In lieu of monetary payment, her doctors took pieces of her body for research. Henrietta went on to change the world and make some people quite rich. The only thing is, she was dead, and no one bother…
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This week Coach Eagan talks about OVC plans and gets personal about how families should evaluate whether the portal is a good option for their student-athletes. Coach also shares the story of a trip with one of her players to one of the top diagnostic medical labs in the world. It is only one of the many career preparation events the LU staff is pl…
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Dairy Queen, Glamour Shots, and Mivacurium Chloride. Dive deep into the upbringing and backstories of individuals who committed history's most notorious crimes, shedding light on the psychological factors that shaped their paths. With a suspenseful twist, the identities of these individuals won’t be unveiled until the end of each episode. ‘The Cata…
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Francis Howell Central Girl's Basketball Coach Hayley Leake is Amy's guest today. The coaches disuss sports culture, preparing for high school sports, college decisions for high schoolers, teaching students how to react to good and bad events in basketball and elsewhere, and the skills and atttitudes Coach Leake is on the lookout for in players wor…
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Have you ever been driving a familiar route when all of a sudden something clicks and you realize you don’t remember having driven for the last half hour? Or, even stranger, one moment you’re minding your own business in your own timeline, and suddenly it seems you’re in a completely different timeline? Some claim to have experienced moments where …
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In 1911 a woman named Zsuzsanna Fazekas, who would come to be called Aunt Suzy, arrived in the small village of Negyrev, Hungary. She had seemingly no past or family ties, but quickly established herself as the local midwife and confidant of the women of Negyrev. Soon, Suzy was holding court, helping the local women take care of their troubles, and…
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What if you could talk to loved ones who have died? What would you say? What would you hope to hear? Usually, when we think of communicating with a dead loved one, it’s in the form of a dream, but for some people, the act of talking to someone who’s moved on to the great whatever, is a much more tangible activity. Hurry to your nearest Wind Phone, …
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During the off-season, The Amy Eagan podcast will post every two weeks. Coach Eagan will co-host the podcast and will be joined by a variety of guests - including high school coaches, colleagues from Lindenwood University and from the community at-large. In this episode, Coach wraps up her first season at DI. She discusses the NCAA 4-year waiting p…
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Is there a deeper force behind the paths we humans have tread for millenia? Where do they lead, and why? Some believe that Ley Lines were created by ancient societies who deliberately erected important sites and structures along them, connecting our world through a web of earth energies. What mystical significance could these paths hold? Or could t…
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Coach Eagan reviews the 2023-2024 season. She discusses how many OVC cames her team came up just short of winning. We again talk about the new basketball facility at Evans Commons. Coach Eagan shares her excitement with the prospects of LU WBB players developing new skills, shots, and moves with the dedicated facility. Finally, with the explosion o…
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Some mysteries deep in the vast wilds of this country are the stuff of legend, but could they actually be signs of foreign worlds, or other dimensions? When Terry and Gwen Sherman moved onto a 480 acre cattle ranch in northern Utah they were plagued by an alarming number of highly strange occurrences: a flying winnebago, the appearances of mysterio…
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In August 2017, Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind, a member of the Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe, was eight months pregnant when she disappeared from her home in Fargo, North Dakota. Days later, Savanna’s newborn baby was discovered in the neighbor’s apartment where she was last seen. Did the neighbors know more than they were letting on? And, more importantly…
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In this week's episode, we talk about close games at SIUE and Eastern Illinois. We learn that 7 games this year have been decided by 6 or fewer points. More on the improving facilities at Lindenwood, and Coach talks about recruiting and summer basketball for her team.بقلم Amy Eagan and Gary Stocker
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Have you ever thought about what might be the strangest way to die? Have you considered the bizarre, incendiary possibility of impromptu immolation as your last moments on earth? How can something so seemingly impossible like Spontaneous Human Combustion be an actual way to meet your maker? What’s actually behind this strange phenomenon, and is it …
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This week we talk Pink, women's health, Kaliyah Sain, Makayla Cunningham, and a 2 overtime win. More big news regarding Lindenwood University's new basketball floor practice facility. Current and future LU Lion's men's and women's basketball teams will have year-round access to a top-flight practice facility on campus. Finally, Coach Eagan discusse…
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In 1967, a 50-year-old Canadian mechanic took a weekend trip to one of his favorite spots for rock collecting about 100 miles east of Winnipeg. Unfortunately for Stephen Michalak, the weekend getaway turned out to be anything but relaxing. Michalak returned from Falcon Lake a shell of a man, covered in mysterious burns and recounting a tale that wo…
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Lindenwood University Assistant Head Coach Jordan Mellott joins Coach Eagan while the players are away with their families for a few days. With Coach Mellott, we chat about his career journey to college coaching, his young family, and his move from Drury University to Lindenwood. Coach Eagan shares her thoughts on player minutes, the OVC tourney, a…
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Payton, Morgan, and Anissa, three average tween girls from Waukesha, Wisconsin shared a love of fantasy, science fiction, scary stories and video games. But beneath the surface of seemingly mundane, somewhat nerdy interests, lay something sinister. Unbeknownst to Payton, Morgan and Anissa had begun to be sucked into the dark side of internet lore. …
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This week we talk about the a big, winning run at UT Martin, Freshman Stevie Lockhart will join us, I'll ask Coach Eagan about the state of women's college basketball in the winter of 2024. We'll talk about a career preparation event for all LU women's athletes next week.بقلم Amy Eagan and Gary Stocker
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Some mysteries seem impossible, but few actually are. But with no logical explanation to be found, could you solve the unsolvable? Is there even such a thing? Today we look at two impossible cases. First, a man is found shot to death with three bullet wounds in his body, alone, with no gun, inside a locked and bolted room. What happened? Any guesse…
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Since the early 1800’s, tenants have reported strange bumps in the night at the residence of Borley Rectory. Objects mysteriously move and doors lock on their own, scrawled writing appears on walls of empty rooms, a centuries-old nun walks the misty gardens, and long-dead residents seem to cozy up in their former bedrooms. The hauntings spanned gen…
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This week we talk about the SEMO and Tennessee State games. Junior Mary McGrath will join us. I'll ask Coach Eagan about finally getting some more home games. I have a Caitlin Clark question - who doesn't, and I am going to make coach jealous about my trip to watch the Uconn women's basketball team at Marquette University later this month.…
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A conman can only be as good as the systems that prop him up, and in the case of Richard Walter that happened to be the very system he was defrauding. Through lies and omissions, and a fake twinge of an English accent, Walter convinced the powers that be within the US Justice System that he was a subject matter expert in all things criminal, despit…
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We humans are made of a hodge-podge of parts that sometimes feels like they were designed by someone with a dark sense of humor. It is amazing, and frankly terrifying how little we actually do understand about the inner workings of our bodies. From vestigal twins and disappearing tumors, to x-ray vision and picking up radio waves with your teeth, i…
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In the final 2023 podcast, Coach Eagan talks about coming back from the holidays, discusses the early success of Elle Brueggemann, and offers her pick on the NCAA FBS football championship. Plus we discuss the USI v. Lindenwood game set for New Year's Eve.بقلم Amy Eagan and Gary Stocker
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What if you could go back in time? When you got back, would you tell everyone you’d done it? Would anyone believe you? In the summer of 1901, two well-to-do women went for a stroll in the gardens of Versailles and claimed to have slipped back in time. They witnessed scores of people dressed in the garb of the French Revolution and even claimed to h…
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In the early 1990s a mysterious new creature burst onto the cryptid scene, first terrorizing Puerto Rico then the Southwestern US. The menace attacked and killed animals and livestock with vampiric ferocity, earning itself the name “Chupacabra”. Witnesses claimed it looked like an alien mixed with a kangaroo, with leopard spots, chicken hands, wolf…
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This week we talk about the win against Eastern Michigan, LU's, Monday Education Day game with Assistant Coach Taylor Birch. We'll ask Coach Eagan about holiday season practices, conditioning and free time. Finally, freshman Mykala Cunningham is joining us. She shares her experiences as a Lindenwood University student, talks about her major and car…
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Isolated on the Isle of Man, the Irving Family’s farmhouse began receiving a mysterious visitor in the autumn of 1931. At first thought to be a weasel living in the walls, soon the mischievous creature learned speak several languages, sing songs, and hurl insults - as well as projectiles - at his enemies. Meet Gef, the talking mongoose whose sassy …
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In this December 2nd podcast, we look at the past week's games against Central Arkansas and tonight's Bradley game, We also talk about self confidence, the growth of entertaining support from the Lindenwood student body. Coach Eagan tells us a little about her family. LU freshman basketball player Mya Skoff joins Coach Eagan.…
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This week we look at the past week's games against Northern Illinois University. AND 4 freshmen started at NIU this week, we'll get Coach Eagan's assessment of their performance. We will also take an early look at OVC teams, and we'll hear the Amy Eagan basketball story ,and more. We'll also look ahead to the home game against Central Arkansas this…
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Is it bad vibes? Evil energy? Trapped souls? What is it that makes one place seem to attract more tragedy than others? In the early 1900’s the Dudgeon family took up residence on a swampy swath of land in White Cloud, Michigan. During their tenure on the land, their bullish behavior and unsavory deeds caused chaos, ended lives, and turned the Dudge…
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Welcome to The Amy Eagan Podcast. Where each Saturday LU Head WBB Amy Eagan talks women's basketball and much, much more. We'll talk about past games, future games, players, the OVC, the NCAA, academics, careers, and many other interesting topics. This week we look at the past week's games against the University of Dayton and the University of Cinn…
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In 1967, Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt disappeared while swimming off Cheviot Beach. Given he was an avid swimmer it seemed unlikely that he would drown, no matter how rough the seas were. No one actually saw him go under and his body was never found… so the question remains: is it possible the Prime Minister disappeared intentionally? This…
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Welcome to the Wonderland World of Tulpas! Here a Tulpamancer can enjoy the companionship (or endless torture) of thought-forms conjured from the depths of their psyche and willed into material existence. Don’t worry, there’s only a slight chance they’ll find a way to cross the line from fantasyland into the real world where you may not be able to …
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On Christmas Eve 1945, the Sodder family home went up in flames. Parents George and Jennie escaped the blaze with four of their children, only to realize that five of their remaining children were missing. The problem was, no trace of their remains was found anywhere in the rubble. As time went by, curious details led some to believe the may have m…
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On New Years Day 1963, Dr. Gilbert Bogel was found dead on the banks of the Lane Cove River in Sydney, Australia. Just a few feet away lay the body of Mrs. Margaret Chandler. Both were partially nude with no major visible wounds to speak of. Why were these two unrelated people on the banks of a river in the early hours of New Years Day? And what, p…
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In the early 1900s, Harry Price was the preeminent psychical researcher of the English spiritualism movement. His meticulous research took him all across Europe, usually culminating in series of experiments at his purpose-built, fraud-proofed psychical lab. Ever the skeptic, Price was driven by an obsessive mission to not just to expose frauds who …
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Bubble, bubble, toil and lots of trouble. The Puritanical witch hunt of Salem, Massachusetts took the lives of 19 innocent people as one of the most dramatic instances of scapegoating in American history. Was there something in the rye? Evil in the water? Sexism in the air? Well, that goes without saying. This Week's Sponsors: Ritual- Ritual is off…
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Anna Mae Aquash was a passionate and outspoken First Nations activist and one of the few female leaders of the American Indian Movement of the 1970s. In the wake of her brutal murder, blame was thrown in every direction but lips ultimately remained sealed. Thirty years later, some of those on the inside might find the courage to break their silence…
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In 1975, Jim Sullivan had all the potential of a classic rocker on the verge of making it big. After the release of his sophomore album, while driving from LA to Nashville, he disappeared somewhere in the New Mexico desert. Did he run afoul of the law? Did he get mixed up with a dangerous mafia family? Or did Jim Sullivan somehow foreshadow his own…
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In 1973, two teenagers ventured to a festival in upstate New York to see their favorite bands play. With just a few dollars in their pockets and a hitchhiking sign that read “To Watkins Glen”, no one knows if they ever made it to the concert. There they stood, two kids on the side of the road with sleeping bags strapped to their backs, slowly fadin…
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