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Nighttime is an audio documentary series which explores Canada's most fascinating stories. Join host Jordan for true crime, mysteries, and a celebration of Canada’s weird and wonderful people, places, and events.
 
A narrowboat-based audio journal on canal life, living aboard, the elements, and the night. Perfect late-night listening for dreamers, insomniacs, night owls, nocturnalists, drifters, and nomads. For lovers Fagen's 'Nightfly', Auden's 'Night Mail', Hopper's 'Nighthawks' and the 'drifting sea-dark streets' of Dylan Thomas. For all those who used to listen to the transistor under your pillow, love the sound of distant trains and rain against the windowpanes, canals and drover's tracks, lost mu ...
 
Tired Nighttime Anecdotes is a podcast, brought to you from the fine stable of talent at Panic Moon Productions. Join married hosts Trayce Zimmerman (@TrixieCanuck) and Adam Canuck Zimmerman (@ItsAdamCanuck) at their dining room table as they talk about such topics as their week, their kids, school supplies, mismatched socks, terrible music, and stepping on Lego.
 
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Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist, dressed as a police officer and driving a replica police car, carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. In this episode, Paul Palango and I will discuss recent developments related to this case, specifically RCMP’s new commanding officer in Nova Scot…
 
Hello!!! Osiyo!!! Hola!!! We are celebrating the one year anniversary of Shi'nanigans Podcast. I will have guest pop up here and there to say hi and also promote any shows that are coming up. Support the show (https://www.cash.app/$shar1ta)Sharita
 
The pace of autumn is gathering and a chill is creeping into the air tonight, but the stove is warm. In tonight’s episode we go off to encounter Traveller’s Joy, and explore the potency and importance of names. Journal entry: “19th November, Friday The ash tree held its breath as the moon grazed the darkness, Between cirrus sandbanks, in a halo of …
 
11 year old Geraldine Settee was last seen leaving her home with some change in her pocket and a craving for a snack from a neighbourhood drug store a short, safe, walk away. When Geraldine didn't return within the expected time, her father grew worried and worry turned to panic when he learned the drugstore wasn't even open that evening. Where is …
 
11 year old Geraldine Settee was last seen leaving her home with some change in her pocket and a craving for a snack from a neighbourhood drug store a short, safe, walk away. When Geraldine didn't return within the expected time, her father grew worried and worry turned to panic when he learned the drugstore wasn't even open that evening. Where is …
 
Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist, dressed as a police officer and driving a replica police car, carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. In this episode, Paul Palango and I will discuss recent developments related to this case. Links: the Nova Scotia Rampage Series: https://www.nigh…
 
Dale Rancourt is a former children’s entertainer and registered sex offender who is known widely as the disgraced ‘Klutzy the Clown’, In this episode his victim , who we will refer to as Jane Doe, will tell their story publicly for the first time. A different and much darker story than the one he admitted to in his guilty plea. Links Dale ‘Klutzy t…
 
Against all odds, this episode comes a little out of time! Events have conspired resulting in a slightly truncated episode recorded in the afternoon!! Nevertheless, duck chatter and babies (with a little help from John Moriarty) help us to find a path through the tangled thickets that many of us are possibly facing. Journal entry: “10th November, W…
 
Dale Rancourt is a former children’s entertainer and registered sex offender who is known widely as the disgraced ‘Klutzy the Clown’, As you heard in my prior episode while researching Rancourt's life and crime I referenced a documentary film (Big Shoes) about him, produced several years before his arrest. As you may have expected, the film really …
 
For a period spanning a little more than a decade you would have been hard pressed to find a Cape Bretoner unfamiliar with Dale Rancourt and his character Klutzy the Clown. He was both a children and adult entertainer bouncing his way between birthday party's, old folks homes, and public events being a not an especially good performer. He certainly…
 
What is it about fire that holds our fascination? Last weekend the clocks went back and in the span of one night darkness began to lap at the edges of our late afternoons. The encroachment of night leading the tide of winter into our daytimes can no longer be ignored and it is understandable that at this time of year we are so drawn to the image of…
 
Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist, dressed as a police officer and driving a replica police car, carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. In this episode, Paul Palango and I will discuss recent developments related to the Nova Scotia shooting and arson rampage, most notably the recen…
 
Tonight, you join me on a wild October night with the rain rattling against the cabin roof - so there is a little background noise in some places. But it’s warm and dry inside. Penny is snoring in front of the stove. Settle back as we look at life and Halloweens through the flickering light of a swede-head lantern of my childhood. Journal entry: “2…
 
Just as I had expected, Nighttime listeners are as haunted as any abandoned greenhouse with a horrifying backstory. In this episode we hear from several listeners of Nighttime who have had encounters with GHOSTS. Nicole P.’s Childhood Haunting and/or Possession (Victoria, BC) Shannon G’s Unexpected Vistor (Barrie, ON) Laura Keating’s Invisible Hous…
 
Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist, dressed as a police officer and driving a replica police car, carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. In this episode, Paul Palango and I will discuss recent developments related to the Nova Scotia shooting and arson rampage, most notably the recen…
 
Nothing brings life to the Halloween spirit like a good ghost story, and no one tells a ghost story like Steve Vernon. Longtime listeners will know Steve well. He's a favorite author of mine and has joined us several times in the past to share his unique style of storytelling. Just a few nights back, Steve and I ventured into one of Halifax's many …
 
This week Vanessa from ‘The Mindful Narrowboat’ vlog got me thinking and so this week we begin to explore how our knowledge and (perhaps) attitudes to fungi are changing and leading us back to older ways of thinking about the environment and our place within it. Journal entry: “21st October, Thursday A Hunter’s Moon swinging high Across a highwayma…
 
Then 26 year old civil engineer Andrew Gnazdowsky and a co-worker were on site completing a survey of a Nova Scotia Power dam near Sheet Harbour in October of 2020. When a technology failure disrupted their work, Andrew made the fateful decision to enter the water and collect a piece of equipment. Moments later, Andrew would yell for help before ul…
 
Incels are the online community, made up predominantly of men, who define their identity in the fact that they are involuntarily celibate. the Incel subculture, as regular listeners of Nighttime know, doesn't just wallow in misogynism, self pity, and entitlement in the internet’s dark corners.. Some self identifing Incels have seen their inability …
 
Although the trees and hedgerows here are still holding on to their greens, further afield their transformation into golds and yellows and reds is unmistakable. This time of year never fails to trigger a memory of a young couple I once saw in a park in the middle of England who were entering a world that was turning to gold. Journal entry: “16th Oc…
 
In this episode of Nighttime, my pal Donnie and I invite you to join us for GHOST NIGHT. During our conversation, we share our personal experiences with the BEYOND, we take live calls from listeners, and we read a couple of our favorite ghost stories. Links: On Paper Books: https://www.onpaperbooks.com/ Credits: Musical Theme - Noir Tokyo by Monty …
 
When I meet people who listen to this podcast, one of the most frequently mentioned features is the inclusion of the weather log with which I end each episode. This week I talk about what inspired it, one of which is my childhood love of the BBC’s Shipping Forecast. What makes these stark lists of climatic data ring so powerfully in our minds? Jour…
 
In a past episode we met, UNICOLE an influential online spiritual teacher (self proclaimed cult leader) who leads a group called UNICULT. As you can probably imagine, a lot has happened in UNICOLE's life since we last spoke. In this episode we are going to catch up with the internet's favorite cult leader UNICOLE and hear about the quest for a suit…
 
Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist, dressed as a police officer and driving a replica police car, carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. In this episode Paul Palango and I will discuss Peter Griffon, Wortman’s criminal friend and the man responsible for printing the decals used on t…
 
This has been a week of blustery winds and storms. Perfect weather for the wild choreographies of the rooks jousting on the wind. The devil has spat upon the blackberries and we (rather hurriedly) mark our first birthday – this podcast is one year old! Journal entry: “2nd October, Saturday Below a thrown scatter of rooks South-westerly gusts kick u…
 
This episode was recorded at a Cape Breton, Nova Scotia based Art Festival called Lumiere. I was one of the featured performers at the Lumiere Festival and in this episode I'll take you along with me. My exhibit was me sitting across the table from an empty chair and a microphone and a sign inviting passersby to sit down and tell me their story... …
 
Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist, dressed as a police officer and driving a replica police car, carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. In this episode, Paul Palango and I will again discuss recent developments related to the Nova Scotia shooting and arson rampage, most notably Cyn…
 
These are the mornings of mist that ring with the call of geese. What is it about catching sight of the flight of geese and hearing their wind-borne calls that evokes such feelings restless longing and yearning within us? And yearning for what? We listen to the words of Wendell Berry, BB, David Whyte and Mary Oliver to find ways to capture those po…
 
As you heard in our prior episode, I recently travelled to Portapique and met with Cyndi and her daughter to discuss Cyndi's past with Canada's worst mass murderer. As our conversation stretched on, it became clear that Cyndi's daughter also had a complicated relationship with the denturist and that's what we are going to get into next. In this epi…
 
This episode will take you to some dark places. Sex and substance abuse are the prominent themes, but ultimately we are going to hear many new and disturbing details about the man responsible for Canada's worst act of mass murder... Gabriel Wortman. The conversation you are going to hear tonight was recorded at the home of a fellow Portapique resid…
 
Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist, dressed as a police officer and driving a replica police car, carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. One of the lesser reported gunfire exchanges that happened during the Nova Scotia shooting spree didn’t involve the killer, Gabriel Wortman. For r…
 
This week we catch up with news of our little swan family and explore the strange word ‘gongoozler’. What does it mean? Where does it come from? In some ways it functions as a shibboleth. Its use identifying the ‘true’ canal people from those outside the community. However, it also shines a light on tensions of modern day living. Journal entry: “15…
 
In this episode, Canadian UFO Researcher, Chris Rutkowski and I discuss the phenomenon of UFOs and review some recent reports received via the UFOs Above Canada Facebook group. Welcome to UFO Night in Canada. Links: Join the UFOs Above Canada Discussion Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ufosabovecanada Report a Canadian UFO Sighting: https://w…
 
In a prior episode we joined Craig Ferguson (Dead in Halifax) for a walk amongst the dead who lay in Halifax's Camp Hill Cemetary. In this episode, we are gonna go back a bit further in time, as Craig offered to introduce us to some of those buried at the site that serviced Halifax's dead in the years before Camp Hill. the Old Halifax Burying Groun…
 
Join me tonight on a journey on the dark waters of Shrewley Tunnel. In this episode we travel not just through the tunnel but also through history and try to capture the life of those who worked the canals by physically 'legging' boats through. Journal entry: “12th September, Friday Having Brunch at the Gongoozler’s Rest Café. The smell of wet eart…
 
In 1986 my grandparents Eddie and Theresa were driving on a rural road in the highlands of Cape Breton Island. When a strange object appeared above their car, their lives were never the same,. In this episode, my best friend Randy will join me in a discussion, and a bit of an update, about the first story I've ever covered on nighttime. Links: Join…
 
Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. Dressed in a police officer’s uniform and driving a replica police cruiser, this murderer would leave a trail of innocent victims and burnt homes in his wake. In total twenty two Nova Scotians lost their lives…
 
How did the willow threaten a powerful king? What has bloody fingers to do with St Withburga? How much does our knowledge of the world dictate the way you see it? The names we give things are useful (vital even), but they are not passive. Names frame the way we view the world. In this week’s episode (with apologies to Henry Reed) we ‘unname the par…
 
This week we explore and listen to extracts of Kenneth Grahame's (1908) children's classic The Wind in the Willows. The story follows of the lives of various (anthropomorphised) animals that live by a river, principally, through Mole (Moley) and the Water Rat (Ratty). Their friend, the wilful, spontaneous, and exuberant Toad (of Toad Hall), acts as…
 
In the early morning hours of July 25, 2018 a 911 call was made in Brome Lake, Qc. The caller, Riley Fairholm, reported a man in distress, carrying a handgun, and shouting to himself. When the police arrived on the scene it took only 61 seconds before a responding officer shot the young man holding the gun dead. In a confusing turn, the caller was …
 
In the early morning hours of July 25, 2018 a 911 call was made in Brome Lake, Qc. The caller, Riley Fairholm, reported a man in distress, carrying a handgun, and shouting to himself. When the police arrived on the scene it took only 61 seconds before a responding officer shot the young man holding the gun dead. In a confusing turn, the caller was …
 
Is August high summer, late summer, or early autumn? Does the Queen own our little cygnet that went missing? Who looks after the canal banks? This week’s episode addresses all these pressing questions, as well as dealing with my existential angst at the threat of being robbed of ‘summer’. Journal entry: “19th August, Thursday This week, each day fi…
 
Under the poplars beside milepost 16 is a place of enchantment and quiet sanctuary, particularly in times of broiling heat. Join me in tonight’s episode as revel in its soundscape and its dappled beauty as we explore its very particular genius loci. You can also hear about the saga concerning our little swan family and what happened this week to th…
 
After the unexpected passing of Nadine’s grandmother she was tasked with finding a suitable container for her portion of her beloved grandmother’s ashes. After a series of strange coincidences she settled on a butterfly shaped pendent style urn and fatefully she choose to purchase from Amazon dot com. the one out of five star review she left the se…
 
Currently on a comedy tour, I performed in Boise at the Lounge at the End of the Universe with some amazing Comedians. Debbie Wooten, Jacqui Pirl, Tina Townes, Sara, Brie, JokeDaddy, LJ Sullivan, Tilly, Cheri Hardmen. Produced by Suitman Productions, Duante Barnette Support the show (https://www.cash.app/$shar1ta)…
 
It started with a post to the UFOs Above Canada discussion group on facebook… “I'm wondering if there are any people living in Kingston, Ontario. Since December 3, 2020 we have been taking pictures of crafts over our house. Up to 22 craft at once. I also have pics of craft with hatches open and small orbs flying out of them. We are 2 older people w…
 
After a 3 week break, Nighttime on Still Waters is back with episode 40! In this episode we catch up with what has been happening on the moorings and reflect on the place of night walking in history and culture. Journal entry: “5th August, Thursday High in a tree a blackbird Sings into the night. A river of notes Pours into the cabin. There are no …
 
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