Tipsy History (we say that rather than drunk because it sounds classier- I know who are we kidding?)- a podcast that definitely won't help you win at Jeopardy.
Everyone has their jam- that true crime case, Locked Up Abroad episode or ghost story that they can't forget when they heard it. This podcast mixes in all those with a healthy dose of questionable history and unverifiable opinions. Pour a glass and relax. We are.
Sip with Carrie. Sparkle with Guests. Or Shine a Light on Interesting Topics.
Dr. Drew supervised recovery of celebrities at the Pasadena Recovery Center for drug and alcohol addiction. This raw television show discontinued in 2013 after a number of notorious deaths were in the headlines causing Dr. Drew to feel the backlash.
Carrie's son struggles with mental illness and addiction since the age of 12. He is now 17 years old- and his family has had a lot of ups-and-downs with his recovery for the last five years. From self-harm, suicide attempts, aggression, to much more.
We sparkle with a guest- one who was a paranormal investigator. Yes, she has real experience going to places where paranormal entities have been identified- some areas more well known on the East Coast.
The March 2011 murderous assault referred to by the press as the Lululemon murders was particularly to the world for several reasons: first, because of its unusual cruelty, and secondly, because of its unlikely perpetrator.
Mrs. James would tell tourists who visited Jesse's grave in the front yard of her farm the tearful tale of the mean and evil Pinkertons and the horrible railroad barons who chased and hounded her innocent sons.
This year, we are launching a new podcast following the host- Carrie- through her struggles to get back on track to Oprah Zen. Okay, maybe that is reaching too high- maybe just standard. Standard would be okay.
In an area in Mexico, residents gather to celebrate their ancestors by eating Jumils, or beetles. During the festival, a Jumil Queen is crowned to celebrate the reincarnation of family members to the beetle.
These cold days draw us indoors- and what better way to pass the time but with wine and true crime? These are the five true crime docu-series or specials we are currently watching to pass by the winter blues.
Set in Alexandria, Virginia in 1862, the show revolves around two nurses who serve at the Mansion House Hospital- a Union Army Hospital. This city was torn between the North and South- representative of a cross-section of the population during the war.