Ep. 24 - Mayoral Candidate Alex Strenger Questions the Moon Landing (and other musings)
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On a very special episode of Drunk Mysteries, we interview Austin mayoral candidate Alex Strenger. A local firebrand, Alex is no stranger to questioning what he is told nor hesitating to give his opinions. His platforms include but are not limited to: equipping law enforcement with flamethrowers instead of guns, construction of a dome around the city to prohibit California refugees, and a passionate opposition to attempts to bring an MLS franchise to Austin. Join us as we question the fabric of reality, won't you?

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 23 - Flight 19 & the Bermuda Triangle
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What does it mean to be lost? Our mystery tonight is about a team of brave pilots who would find themselves lost and trapped in the clutches of the world's deadliest triangle. This brave squadron of bomber pilots would become inexplicably disoriented and would fail to follow even the simplest of directions only to disappear without any trace. Join us tonight as we solve this mystery and possibly save the world, won't you?

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 22 - The Ghost Ship of the Malaccan Straits
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Over 50 years ago in the distant far east Malaccan Straits, a mysterious vessel sent out a cryptic distress call. Upon arrival, what the rescue crew would find would shake them to their cores and question their grip on reality. The barrier between the living and beyond remains shockingly thin. Join us, wont you?

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 21 - Pirates, Ghosts, & Buried Treasure: the Mystery of Oak Island
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In 1795, a young man discovered a strange pit in Nova Scotia. Every ten layers, they find definitive proof of human activity. Someone had been here before, but why? This mystery would haunt the region until this day, attracting adventurers and treasure seekers alike. Join us tonight and find out for yourself, lest ye be a yellow-bellied scoundrel.

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 20 - The 1990 Boston Art Heist

On March 18, 1990, 13 works of art valued at a combined total of $500 million were stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. The art would never be recovered, nor seen again on the black market. Despite efforts by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and multiple probes around the world, no arrests have been made and no works have been recovered. Join us as we solve this artistic mystery, won't you

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 19 - Colonia Dignidad: Nazi Cult in Chile - but why???
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This is the story of Colonia Dignidad. A cult formed by formers Nazi’s in the South American Country of Chili after WW2. Tonight we investigate what is perhaps the darkest and most graphic mystery ever reported on Drunk Mysteries. If you have children in the room, I suggest you put them outside immediately.

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 18 - Harry Reid's Search for the Unknown
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In December 2017, investigative reporting and declassification revealed that US Government has had several instances where experienced military pilots encounter strange aircraft they cannot explain. Our story tonight is about a secret Department of Defense program that investigated advanced aerial threats - and found some. Join us, won't you?

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 16 - The Mad Pooper of Pine Creek
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Tonight on Drunk Mysteries we examine the unidentified criminal, only known as "The Mad Pooper" who has been terrorizing Colorado Springs and the adjacent suburbs since the sweltering summer of 2017, by defecating on unsuspecting lawns and simply running away. Join us, won't  you?

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 15 - Who Killed Tupac Shakur?

Tupac Shakur's status as a legendary rap icon is clearly cemented. And you probably know he was killed under mysterious circumstances, but when was the last time you went through and broke down the facts of the case? How long has it been since you dissected the information carefully enough to reach a logical conclusion? We do tonight, on Drunk Mysteries.

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 14 - Mystery in the Mountains: Dyatlov Pass
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In the mid 1950’s, a group of 9 young but experienced hikers set off on a journey that would take them through the beautiful Ural Mountains. Weeks later, all of the hikers were found dead. They all died in different, and baffling ways that shocked investigators.

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 13 - Project MKUltra: a 420 Investigation
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Our hosts travel to Colorado Springs for a 'special' broadcast. This week, they'll discuss the top secret CIA operation known as Project MKUltra. The most clandestine of missions in an already shadowy spy organization, Project MKUltra's details are so ludicrous, if it weren't for the eye witness accounts, you might not believe it's true.

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 12 - The Black Dahlia Murder
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Elizabeth short was an aspiring actress in Hollywood in the mid 50's. She had bounced around the country and suffered a tormented past before a psychopathic killer would take her life, in gruesome fashion. The Murder remains unsolved to this day.

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 11 - Cults Among Us: the Story of the Mills Family
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The Mills where a wholesome American family who got mixed up with the wrong crowd. In the late 60's they became members of the People's Temple religion, lead by the infamous Jim Jones. For six years, they slowly realized the insanity of the cultists among them and made a daring escape. Though they would not lose their live's in the cult's infamous demise, the mystery of the Mills family goes much deeper.

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 10 - Roy Sullivan: A Shocking Mystery

Warning: Tonight’s episode of Drunk Mysteries contains electric content that may not be suitable for some viewers. In this episode we explore the life and times of Roy Sullivan, the Virginia man who holds the record for being struck more times by lighting than any other living thing. Between 1912 and 1983 Roy was struck at least seven times by lightning, that is, until his mysterious death by gunshot wound to the head in 1983. Why was he struck by lighting so many times and then murdered? In his life, Roy believed he was cursed by a demonic force that was out to kill him and then devour his soul. Was he right? Find out on this shocking episode of Drunk Mysteries.

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 9 - The I-70 Killer
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On a long and lonesome highway, east of Omaha, a string of deadly murders occurs in April of 1992. Six lives would be cut short in the killing spree. Each worked in a retail setting, a short drive from the I-70 highway in the mid west. TO this day, the killer has never been identified and remains potentially at large.

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 8 - What Happens After You Die?
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What happens after you die? What happens after you die? This greatest of all mysteries has puzzled mystics, priests, great philosophers and prophets alike. But wonder no more! In part one of a continuing series of investigations, we examine several religions to finally solve the mystery of what happens after you die. Tune in!

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 7 - The Heist of the Century

On a seemingly normal, crisp February night in Belgium's diamond district all seemed to be going well. Shops were closed, lovers were making passionate screams of delight in their beds and darling children slept quietly, bellies full of waffles. Until the unthinkable happened; Belgium's greatest treasure, the diamonds of Antwerp would vanish - mysteriously.

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 6 - Dan Akroyd: A Cosmic Mystery
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Are we alone in the universe? What is the meaning of life? Have aliens visited the Earth, and if so, are they obeying the laws of the United States? Questions such have these have kept our species up at night since the dawn of time.

Benjamin Potesky
Ep. 5 - Escape! From Alcatraz Prison

The tale of one of the most daring prison escapes of all time. Despite belief among officials that the Alcatraz Island Prison was absolutely impossible to escape,  neither the escapees, nor their bodies, were ever found.

Benjamin Potesky