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Keep It Weird

Keep It Weird is a podcast about all things strange, unusual, paranormal, supernatural, scary, spooky, gross, sticky, and all around weird! Going beyond ghosts, aliens, and true crime, Lauren & Ashley research the strange side of artificial intelligence, nature, human anatomy, religion, relationships & much more. (Music: Intro Tunes: Aurora Borealis by Jon Wright Outro Tunes: Mystical Music Box by Erick McNerney Artwork: Stephanie Weitekamp)
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Dec 20, 2019

Hi Weirdos!  Welcome to our SEASON 3 FINALE!! 

As per usual, our season finale is a paranormal investigation and this year we're setting sail!  Ashley and Lauren are joined by one of their best friends and recurring guest TYLER SCHUELKE as they spend the night on board the RMS Queen Mary in Long Beach California! 

Ashley and Tyler discuss the amazing history of the ocean liner, they reminisce about the awesome tour they took, and play clips from the night they spent exploring the halls and rooms of this legendary haunted boat! 

It isn't necessary but we definitely recommend that you listen to parts of this episode with headphones as we are going to be listening to some interesting EVP's that we caught on the ship, some unexplainable noises, along with some very quiet moments of the investigation and we wouldn't want you to miss any of the spooky stuff!

Thank you all so much for your support for yet another season of Keep It Weird!   We appreciate you all and we can't wait to see you in a couple months! 

Dec 13, 2019

On November 16th, 2018 Keep It Weird released their very first Special Edition True Crime Investigation wherein your host Ashley and very special guest Stephen Garland studied the unsolved murder of John William Shakespeare in 1975 in there hometown of Centralia, Illinois.

Since then we have received hundreds of documents, witness testimonies, investigation reports, autopsy reports, crime scene photos, suspect interviews, and so, so much more and we decided we had to record an update.  

This week we'll be bringing you a lot of new evidence, updates on how our opinions have changed in the last year, and several NEW suspects and motives for the crime.

There have been no arrests in this case and all evidence presented is circumstantial.  The opinions and theories expressed in this episode are speculative and theoretical and were derived from ongoing reports and firsthand accounts that were collected.  

Special thanks to Richard Sprehe, the BBC, Fremantle Media & Thames TV, University of Southern California and their ONE archives, the Beverly Hills Public Library, the Mattachine Society out of Washington DC, Esty Garland, Pam Casseday, Ron Casseday, Joe Ochs, Mackenzie Prather, and several other past and present Centralians who have provided us information that have asked to remain anonymous.  

Dec 6, 2019

You better believe we're back!  Back in the New York Groove! 

Welcome to our third and final installment of Hometown Haunts: NEW YORK!! Ashley and Lauren are joined once again by actor and comedian Steve Lachioma as they discuss the weirdest things that have taken place in the Empire state!

We've investigated the murders, we've hunted down the monsters, and now its time to communicate with some spirits because this week is all about HAUNTINGS!! Ashley is bringing you New York City's creepiest, spookiest, and spine tingliest locations and the bonkers stories behind them.

We're going to discover a haunted well, visit the house of death, meet Rosemary's baby, and even unknowingly walk across literally thousands of bodies.  New York is WILD, YO!

 

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