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Have you ever wondered what makes your state famous? What about what makes your state infamous? Join hosts Lauren and Nora as they take a look into the dark background and creepy origin stories that take place in each state. We will venture into tales of cryptids, ghosts, haunted locations, urban legends, serial killers and much more. We dig deep into what makes your state scary.
 
Every State has its share of strangeness. Each episode will uncover the scary, unusual, and disturbing stories that have occurred throughout the history of these United States. From Aliens to Werewolves to Cannibals to Serial Killers; these tales will pique your curiosity and send chills down your spine! Want early access and ad-free versions of the show? https://www.patreon.com/stateoffear Merch Store: https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/12938857-sof-logo Music: Intro - Strange Planet by Jimm ...
 
Twice a week, this podcast will take you on a smart, direct, sometimes scary, sometimes profane, sometimes hilarious tour of the inner workings of American power and of the impact of our leaders and their policies on our standing in the world. Hosted by noted author and commentator David Rothkopf and featuring regulars Rosa Brooks of Georgetown Law School, Kori Schake of Stanford University and David Sanger of the New York Times, the program will be the lively, smart dinner table conversatio ...
 
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This week Nora and Lauren give us a few updates in the true crime world. Then Nora covers the disappearance of Valerie Sifsof and points out some important details about this day that don’t quite add up. After that, Lauren takes us around the truly mysterious Alaska Triangle and the undeniable occurrences that have happened there. Are you ready for…
 
The FBI is still coming up short on dealing with white violent extremists, former undercover special agent Mike German tells Jeff Stein. And Jeanne Meserve delves into a little known DIA medical intelligence unit. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/deepstateradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
With the decision by the Biden Administration to pull the last troops out of Afghanistan and the last combat troops out of Iraq, it marks the end to two decades of U.S. foreign policy in which the War on Terrorism and instability in the Middle East dominated policymakers attentions. Biden seeks to turn the page to 21st Century priorities like China…
 
The science shows that GOP-led resistance to the vaccine is fueling a resurgence of COVID in the US. Anger against the unvaccinated is understandably growing as their ignorance and politics are putting the country at risk again. Where will this lead? What will this new wave of COVID look and feel like? What should we do about it? How does our inter…
 
A father & daughter have a monster TikTok hit talkIng about his intelligence career. Former CIA analyst Frank Snepp describes the heartbreak of Saigon and the agony of Kabul. And “Spooked” author Barry Meier addresses the NSO-Pegasus surveillance scandal. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/deepstateradio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy…
 
Lauren covers the barely known case of the mysterious Van Meter Visitor who wrecked havoc on a town for 5 days. Then Nora tells us about the death of Shane Hill and the questionable retrial of his supposed murderer. Who knew Iowa had so much? - - Thinking of starting a podcast? Thinking about using Buzzsprout for that? Well use our link to let Buzz…
 
It is a paradox of international relations that U.S. neighbors in the Western Hemisphere have two primary complaints about U.S. relations with the region. The first is that the U.S. does not pay enough attention to our neighbors. The second, which is often the first, is that the U.S. pays too much attention to our neighbors. Once again, Latin Ameri…
 
Former CIA counterintelligence chief James Olson tells Jeff Stein the CIA and FBI need to “resuscitate” double agent ops to penetrate enemy spy services, and Jeanne Meserve talks with former senior U.S. cybercrime official Chris Painter about the rash of ransomware attacks by REvil and other Russia-based malefactors. Support this show http://suppor…
 
Nora tells the “petrifying” story that will show you why you should never steal from a national park. Then Lauren takes us over to the Ben Lomond Historic Suites Hotel and goes over some guests who never left. Lauren also shares her terrifying elevator story making us wonder how Nora has never heard of this before? - - Thinking of starting a podcas…
 
It is said that an old actor on his deathbed once said, "Dying is easy. Comedy is hard." Whether that actually happened or not, the foreign policy equivalent may be "Invading a country is easy. Turning it into a democracy is hard." The US discovers this on the regular...and each time it is as though it had never happened before. We discuss with reg…
 
Congressman Eric Swalwell has been one of the leading voices in the US Congress demanding that the former president and those around him be held accountable for their violations of the Constitution and their oaths of office. Swalwell's book "Endgame: Inside the Impeachments of Donald J. Trump" was among the first insider looks at the impeachment pr…
 
Estimates now say 900,000 Americans died as a consequence of the COVID pandemic. But estimates suggest 40-90 percent of those deaths could have been avoided if the Trump Administration acted more swiftly, more effectively or more in concert with the advice of scientists. A new book dives deep into what happened behind the scenes in the administrati…
 
Former senior CIA officer Doug London talks with Jeff Stein about the present and future intelligence picture in chaotic Afghanistan. And Jeanne Meserve has a fascinating talk with former top DHS intel official and retired Brigadier General Francis X. Taylor about dealing with violent extremists in the military ranks. Support this show http://suppo…
 
In this episode, Lauren covers the lore and hauntings of Mercyhurst University, with a special listener’s tale that confirms the spookiness. Then, Nora takes us to Lancaster which is the Amish capital of the state and tells the story of tragedy and forgiveness. - - Thinking of starting a podcast? Thinking about using Buzzsprout for that? Well use o…
 
The most recent Supreme Court decisions remind us that on our current path voter suppression and more power be given to the richest members of our society are only going to get worse. The current majority on the court exists because presidents elected by a minority of voters nominated candidates who won election thanks to Senators representing a mi…
 
Nicholas Eftimiades, a top expert on Chinese espionage, tells Jeff Stein he doubts reports that Beijing’s top counterspy defected to the US—but that Beijing has “many” moles in U.S/ intelligence. And Jeanne Meserve talks with top former FBI national security official Jay Tabb about the challenges of dealing with home-grown American terrorists. Supp…
 
The U.S. was questioning its ability to lead the world. The structures of the global economy seemed outdated. There were deep tensions between those who sought to put America first and those who recognized the future of US growth lay in the global economy. It sounds a lot like today. But it was 1971. In a brilliant new book, former Yale School of M…
 
This week, in light of Pride Month, Nora covers the tragic case of a man just trying to be his true self but instead faces hate he didn’t deserve. Despite this, he chose love and positivity. Then Lauren covers the creepy Slenderman Stabbing and discusses the morals in Wisconsin’s courts that go along with it. Buckle up, this is a rough one. - - - T…
 
Welcome to episode 51 - Wyoming First up, we cover some weird Wyoming facts Then, in this week's Weird News, James brings us with a story about a cop who likes his coffee with a little penis Finally, in this week's main topic, we cover the wild abduction of Carl Higdon by an alien named Ausso One. Research: https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2012/01/hu…
 
There are many rumblings of a new Cold War brewing between the US and China. But the governments in Washington and Beijing both seem to be most focused on domestic political issues and maintaining power. Which might suggest that much of the ratcheting up of toughness between them is performative. Especially as a large global coalition is emerging t…
 
The threats to democracy in the US are building. The response is to call for new laws that first will require changes in the rules of the Senate. If we can get those changes, we should. But what if we can't? What is plan B? How do we avoid locking in changes to our system from which there is no recovery? Will holding Trump and Trumpists accountable…
 
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