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Texas: Slang for Crazy

By Texas: Slang for Crazy

We also have some extremely weird stuff you can only find in Texas, and this podcast is here to share that weirdness with you.
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The Graveyard Football Field
The Graveyard Football Field
Once a cemetery, Rogan Field has a pretty creepy past.
03:51
October 18, 2022
The Texarkana Phantom
The Texarkana Phantom
In 1946 a series of horrific murders led to one of Texas' most terrifying cold cases.
16:30
October 11, 2022
Texas' Eric the Red
Texas' Eric the Red
Dr Scheffey was known for leaving surgeries covered in blood, so why did it take so long to get the orthopedic surgeon to stop practicing?
09:23
October 02, 2022
The Texas Poison Lady
The Texas Poison Lady
It may be difficult to find Luci Zahray online, but her information has helped to create hundreds of fictional poisonings.
03:32
September 12, 2022
The Leaning Tower of Dallas
The Leaning Tower of Dallas
In 2020, a demolition failure led to the temporary creation of one of Dallas' most photographed landmarks.
03:21
August 29, 2022
The Rhinory
The Rhinory
Texas Hill Country has a very unique winery: the Rhino supporting Rhinory.
03:39
August 19, 2022
Texarkana Fish Rain
Texarkana Fish Rain
In late 2021 Texarkana had one heck of a weird rain storm
01:56
August 01, 2022
The Devil's Backbone
The Devil's Backbone
If you're traveling the scenic route between Wimberly and Blanco, you may find yourself on the Devil's Backbone
02:54
July 24, 2022
That time Merle Haggard Broke a World Record
That time Merle Haggard Broke a World Record
Billy Bob's in Fort Worth is known for more than just an indoor riding ring.
02:13
June 10, 2022
Pancho Villa's Trigger Finger?
Pancho Villa's Trigger Finger?
At Dave's Pawn shop in El Paso, a mummified finger is rumored to belong to an infamous Mexican outlaw.
03:52
June 03, 2022
The Marfa Lights
The Marfa Lights
Just outside the city of Marfa, strange lights float near Highway 90, but what are they?
04:47
May 28, 2022
The Houston Ice Box Murders
The Houston Ice Box Murders
A grisly discovery in 1965 remains one of Houston's strangest unsolved murders.
05:16
May 15, 2022
That time a Roman Bust was Found in an Austin Goodwill
That time a Roman Bust was Found in an Austin Goodwill
Thrifting sometimes leads to the discovery of treasures, but no one was expecting to find a 2,000-year-old Roman Statue at the Goodwill.
05:09
May 06, 2022
The Intense Love of Frenchy McCormick
The Intense Love of Frenchy McCormick
When a Texas town dried up, one woman would not be moved from her husband's side.
04:27
April 15, 2022
How an Austinite Saved European Fashion
How an Austinite Saved European Fashion
A Texan ended up being Gucci's secret weapon.
05:05
April 10, 2022
Rest in Peace Hispanic Elvis
Rest in Peace Hispanic Elvis
This week San Antonio locals are mourning the loss of our local celebrity, Hispanic Elvis.
03:36
April 03, 2022
The "Johnson" Treatment
The "Johnson" Treatment
LBJ was known to go "all the way" and sometimes that involved interactions with a body part he liked to call "Jumbo."
03:52
March 25, 2022
The Legend of the Woofus
The Legend of the Woofus
A strange statue in Dallas has an even weirder history.
02:45
March 13, 2022
The Rise and Fall of the Naked Cyclist
The Rise and Fall of the Naked Cyclist
Joseph Farley made the news for his unicycle and not a stitch of clothing.
01:58
March 06, 2022
That Time Ozzy Peed on the Alamo
That Time Ozzy Peed on the Alamo
For Texans, the Alamo is often considered a holy site. In 1982 Ozzy Osbourne made a big mistake by peeing there.
03:25
February 27, 2022
Bernie Tiede- A Murderer Few People Could Hate
Bernie Tiede- A Murderer Few People Could Hate
What do you do when the nicest man in town is guilty of murdering one of the meanest women in town?
13:23
February 04, 2022
Candy Barr- "I did what I had to survive"
Candy Barr- "I did what I had to survive"
Infamous burlesque dancer Candy Barr has been mostly forgotten, but this Texas woman deserves to be remembered.
12:23
January 29, 2022
Mike Martin- The Politician Who Had Himself Shot
Mike Martin- The Politician Who Had Himself Shot
In 1981 a politician in the Texas Legislature became the hottest mystery since the Dallas finale.
05:10
January 20, 2022
The Miracle Horned Toad of Eastland Texas
The Miracle Horned Toad of Eastland Texas
Blinky could have died a horrible death, but he was reborn as the most famous horn toad in America.
05:10
January 14, 2022
Mercedes Benz Killer, Clara Harris
Mercedes Benz Killer, Clara Harris
A wronged woman took revenge in one of the most brutal car related deaths in Houston history.
04:38
January 07, 2022
The Church of Wells
The Church of Wells
Described as a cult by almost everyone who has come into contact with it, The Church of Wells is at the center of many controversies.
21:01
January 01, 2022
The Beer Guzzling Goat Mayor
The Beer Guzzling Goat Mayor
In the town of Lajitas, a politician really did have cloven hooves.
04:31
November 27, 2021
Aleister Crowley and the Austin Connection
Aleister Crowley and the Austin Connection
The Most Wicked Man on Earth has a set of papers at one of the highest institutions in Texas.
06:13
November 19, 2021
The Ghost Tracks of San Antonio
The Ghost Tracks of San Antonio
Near San Juan Mission, a set of train tracks is the site of one of San Antonio's most beloved ghost stories.
03:37
October 28, 2021
The Fourth Worth Monster
The Fourth Worth Monster
In 1969 something with fur and scales stalked couples at lovers lane at Lake Worth.
03:55
October 22, 2021
The Fanged Toddler of Old Persall Road
The Fanged Toddler of Old Persall Road
Is this story of a murderous baby more than a creepy pasta?
04:21
October 16, 2021
The Devil Went Dancing in San Antonio
The Devil Went Dancing in San Antonio
In the 1970's a nightclub in San Antonio supposedly set the stage for a strange encounter with the devil.
03:19
October 08, 2021
The Huebner Onion House
The Huebner Onion House
Is it ghosts or just time that haunts this former stage coach inn?
05:58
October 01, 2021
The Body of Lee Harvey Oswald
The Body of Lee Harvey Oswald
Today a simple plaque reading Oswald labeled the grave of one of the most famous presidential assassin's in US History. However, his body didn't exactly rest in peace.
15:10
September 24, 2021
The Case of the Missing Memoirist
The Case of the Missing Memoirist
Gertrude Beasley published a painful and true memoir about growing up in Texas. Just 10 days after returning to the US, she would go missing.
06:43
September 18, 2021
The Lady of White Rock Lake
The Lady of White Rock Lake
A mysterious woman in white makes for an uncomfortable hitch hiking story.
03:32
August 30, 2021
The San Antonio Four and the Satanic Panic
The San Antonio Four and the Satanic Panic
In the late 1990s the Satanic Panic was still alive and well in Texas. Caught in the crossfire were four Latinx women who were guilty of nothing but being gay.
10:47
August 20, 2021
John Wesley Hardin: The Deadliest Texas Outlaw
John Wesley Hardin: The Deadliest Texas Outlaw
John Wesley Hardin was a folk hero, and kind of a terrible person.
09:25
August 16, 2021
Terri Lee Hoffman, Dallas Cult Leader
Terri Lee Hoffman, Dallas Cult Leader
Consciousness Development of Body, Mind and Soul, sounded like a new age group, but with multiple death attributed to their practices, Terri Lee Hoffman made a name for herself she'd rather have avoided.
12:52
August 08, 2021
The Invention of "Maverick"
The Invention of "Maverick"
A Texas politician is likely the reason we refer to some people as mavericks.
03:15
July 23, 2021
The only clothing optional park in Texas
The only clothing optional park in Texas
Just outside of Austin you can find the only clothing optional park in Texas, Hippie Hollow.
03:51
July 16, 2021
The Parking Lot Cemetery
The Parking Lot Cemetery
Are those graves in a parking lot? In the Houston area, that just might be the case.
03:11
July 09, 2021
Black Eyed Kids
Black Eyed Kids
A reporter in Abeliene's strange story launched a creepy pasta obsession.
05:04
June 28, 2021
The Naming of Pecos Jane
The Naming of Pecos Jane
Over 50 years ago a young woman was found in a hotel pool under mysterious circumstances. Today thanks to genetic testing and a community that wouldn't give up on a mystery we know who she was.
07:03
June 20, 2021
Chipita Rodriguez and the South Texas Road to Hell
Chipita Rodriguez and the South Texas Road to Hell
Texas has a county road labeled 666, and the story associated with it is pretty chilling.
04:47
June 12, 2021
The Texan Who Invented Liquid Paper
The Texan Who Invented Liquid Paper
Bette Graham figured out a way to get rid of her mistakes and helped the whole world.
04:59
June 04, 2021
Don't Mess With Texas
Don't Mess With Texas
There are certain phrases Texas loves, but how does our most popular slogan tie into a trash problem?
05:21
May 30, 2021
The Old Tunnel State Park
The Old Tunnel State Park
What do an old train tunnel and thousands of bats have in common? A tiny Texas State Park.
03:16
May 14, 2021
The Texas Eyeball Killer
The Texas Eyeball Killer
Charles Albright seemed like a strange suspect for a string of grisly murders, but his history would prove otherwise.
11:52
May 08, 2021
The Stonehenge of Texas
The Stonehenge of Texas
If you want to check out Stonehenge or Easter Island heads, travel no farther than Ingram, Texas.
02:44
April 30, 2021
How a Georgia Girl Created the First Texas Flag
How a Georgia Girl Created the First Texas Flag
Johanna Troutman's silk skirts and moxie gave Texas its very first flag.
03:24
April 23, 2021
The Delorean Museum
The Delorean Museum
In this week's episode, where we're going we don't need roads...
04:42
April 18, 2021
David Koresh and the Siege at Waco
David Koresh and the Siege at Waco
Nearly 3 decades later, Waco is known for two HGTV stars, but for a while it was known for the longest siege in American and Texas history.
11:29
April 10, 2021
The Mermaid Capital of Texas
The Mermaid Capital of Texas
What makes San Marcos the perfect city to embrace Mermaid Majesty?
03:42
April 01, 2021
John Henry Faulk- The Texan Who Brought Down the Hollywood Black List
John Henry Faulk- The Texan Who Brought Down the Hollywood Black List
The Red Scare cost many people their jobs, and Faulk was a Texan who wasn't going to stand by and let that happen.
05:10
March 26, 2021
The Cult Murder of Mark Kilroy
The Cult Murder of Mark Kilroy
Texas college student Mark Kilroy was murdered in Mexico in one of the strangest episodes of cult violence.
15:37
March 19, 2021
The "Eyes of Texas" Controversy
The "Eyes of Texas" Controversy
Why is a common Texas song is in hot water with a modern audience?
08:34
March 12, 2021
Joe Ball, The Alligator Man
Joe Ball, The Alligator Man
A serial killer and a bunch of alligators? What could go wrong?
07:09
March 05, 2021
The Winter Tigers of San Antonio
The Winter Tigers of San Antonio
Tiger sightings in San Antonio were a bizarre side effect of the recent storms.
03:10
February 26, 2021
Just an update
Just an update
No episode this week, but keep Texas in your prayers.
00:48
February 19, 2021
The Woman Buried in Her Ferrari
The Woman Buried in Her Ferrari
Sandra West was an original, and her grave proves it.
04:44
February 05, 2021
Alligator Hunting Season
Alligator Hunting Season
A 73 year old mayor killed an alligator with one shot. And yes, it was legal.
03:15
January 29, 2021
Sex Trafficking in Texas: Sextortion
Sex Trafficking in Texas: Sextortion
Sextortion is a common crime you may not have heard of.
06:45
January 27, 2021
Sex Trafficking in Texas: The Traffickers
Sex Trafficking in Texas: The Traffickers
Sex Traffickers might be closer to home than you think.
04:50
January 25, 2021
The Cursed Couch of Waco
The Cursed Couch of Waco
A couch in a consignment shop in Waco is definitely not a safe place to relax.
03:33
January 22, 2021
The Legal Legacy of Louise Raggio
The Legal Legacy of Louise Raggio
Louise Raggio looked like a typical housewife, but her work ethic helped make Texas a much legally friendly place for women.
05:35
January 15, 2021
Sex Trafficking in Texas: The Buyers
Sex Trafficking in Texas: The Buyers
DMST is big business in Texas. This week we look at the people behind the demand.
06:24
January 13, 2021
Sex Trafficking in Texas: What is DMST?
Sex Trafficking in Texas: What is DMST?
In this special series we explore trafficking in Texas. For help contact the Human Trafficking hotline at 888-3737-8888 or text BEFREE to 233733
04:47
January 08, 2021
The Kissing Statue of Beaumont
The Kissing Statue of Beaumont
At Forest Lawn Cemetery in Beaumont, a legend surrounds a fairly normal statue.
02:19
January 08, 2021
A Castle in Hill Country
A Castle in Hill Country
If you think you've seen a Castle while driving through Hill Country you just may have seen Falkenstein Castle
03:27
December 31, 2020
The Million Dollar Monarch Pecan Christmas Tree
The Million Dollar Monarch Pecan Christmas Tree
Highland Park in Dallas has a huge 90-year-old tradition.
04:31
December 18, 2020
The Fruitcake Finance Fraud
The Fruitcake Finance Fraud
Sandy Jenkins took more than fruitcake home from the Collin Street Bakery
09:04
December 11, 2020
The Biolocating Nun
The Biolocating Nun
Mary of Jesus de Agreda never left Spain, so how was she seen in El Paso?
04:22
December 04, 2020
The Converse Werewolf
The Converse Werewolf
Sometimes your kid isn’t just trying to get out of hunting
03:23
November 28, 2020
Texas Questions: Is the Encyclopedia Britannica really banned in Texas?
Texas Questions: Is the Encyclopedia Britannica really banned in Texas?
Texas has some old and weird laws, but there’s one that just doesn’t add up.
02:44
November 19, 2020
The Austin Moonlight Towers
The Austin Moonlight Towers
Austin has some of the very last Moontowers in the world, but what are these structures and why are they in Texas?
04:09
November 13, 2020
The All-Women Texas Supreme Court
The All-Women Texas Supreme Court
In 1925, three women sat on the highest court in Texas for a few very good reasons.
05:31
November 06, 2020
The Candy Man- Ronald O’Bryan
The Candy Man- Ronald O’Bryan
A dastardly Murder early Ronald O’Bryan the moniker of the man who killed Halloween.
07:28
October 30, 2020
The Donkey Lady of San Antonio
The Donkey Lady of San Antonio
Could the deformed body of a donkey woman haunt a bridge just outside San Antonio?
05:36
October 22, 2020
The Ghost Lights of Bragg Road
The Ghost Lights of Bragg Road
Looking for some creepy tales and scary lights? Look not further than The Big Thicket.
04:46
October 17, 2020
Black Diamond, the Killer Elephant
Black Diamond, the Killer Elephant
An animal with behavioral problems and a trainer who reduced precautions? What could have gone wrong in Corsicana in 1929.
08:01
October 03, 2020
Dead Man’s Hole
Dead Man’s Hole
Turn off onto County Road 401 for the site of a Civil War horror.
05:16
September 25, 2020
The Reluctant Alien Invasion
The Reluctant Alien Invasion
In 2008 Stephenville, Texas got more attention than they wanted when lights appeared in their skies.
03:54
September 18, 2020
The Treue der Union Monument and the Massacre on the Nueces
The Treue der Union Monument and the Massacre on the Nueces
A group of about 60 German immigrants are honored by a Union monument in traditionally Confederate territory.
06:24
September 11, 2020
Ms. Pearl the Giant Squirrel and the Pecan Pie Vending Machine
Ms. Pearl the Giant Squirrel and the Pecan Pie Vending Machine
On Highway 71 outside of Austin visitors are granted access to a Giant Squirrel and a pecan pie vending machine.
03:29
September 04, 2020
The Work of David Adickes, or the Giant Head of Stephen Austin and Mount Rush Hour
The Work of David Adickes, or the Giant Head of Stephen Austin and Mount Rush Hour
Giant heads dot various spaces in Texas, but they have one thing in common: artist David Adickes.
02:48
August 28, 2020
The Attempted Murder of the Treaty Oak
The Attempted Murder of the Treaty Oak
A famed Austin tree almost died for a pretty strange reason.
06:06
August 21, 2020
The Satan Storm
The Satan Storm
Kopperl, Texas lived through the heated horror of what is known as “The Satan Storm.”
03:08
August 14, 2020
The Invention of the Frozen Margarita
The Invention of the Frozen Margarita
An East Dallas Entrepreneur’s mission to find a consistent way to make a chilly beverage changed the world.
03:57
August 07, 2020
That Time Japan Unsuccessfully Bombed Texas
That Time Japan Unsuccessfully Bombed Texas
The unexpected Fugo bomb was more souvenir than fear in two Texas towns.
05:12
July 31, 2020
The Life Size Wax Last Supper of Ft Worth
The Life Size Wax Last Supper of Ft Worth
This major piece of art today is behind a velvet rope in Ft Worth.
03:21
July 24, 2020
The Grave of the Chicken Fried Steak
The Grave of the Chicken Fried Steak
At Taste of Texas in Houston there is one item that is quite permanently off the menu, and there is a tombstone to prove it.
02:46
July 18, 2020
Ding Dong, Texas
Ding Dong, Texas
There’s a tiny little town in Central Texas with a ringer of a name.
02:40
July 11, 2020
The Creation of the Amber Alert
The Creation of the Amber Alert
In 1996 a young Texas girl was abducted and murdered. Her loss lead to the creation of one of the first alert systems for abducted children.
05:19
June 28, 2020
William Henry Ellis: Texas Slaved Turned Mexican Millionaire
William Henry Ellis: Texas Slaved Turned Mexican Millionaire
How a smart man from the South used assumptions to his advantage.
06:10
June 21, 2020
Juneteenth
Juneteenth
June 19th is an important holiday for BIPOC folks (as it should be for everyone). Did you know it started in Texas?
04:43
June 13, 2020
Martyrs’ Park, Dallas
Martyrs’ Park, Dallas
This “junk space” hold the horrifying memories of three murders of African Americans.
05:15
June 06, 2020
The House on the Hill, or The Murder of Llano’s Norton Sisters
The House on the Hill, or The Murder of Llano’s Norton Sisters
When Cordelia and Catherine Norton died a day of one another, no one suspected foul play.
12:05
May 24, 2020
Bella, Official Cat of the Alamo
Bella, Official Cat of the Alamo
The Alamo has its very own Calico Kitty Cat.
03:30
May 17, 2020
The Popeye Statue of Crystal City, Texas
The Popeye Statue of Crystal City, Texas
Though a cartoon character, Popeye may have had a bit to do with the solvency of a South Texas town during the Great Depression.
03:23
May 03, 2020
Fred, The Ghost of Buffalo Billiards
Fred, The Ghost of Buffalo Billiards
A beloved 6th street hangout in Austin has more than just pool tables and beer.
04:17
April 26, 2020
The Old Goatman Bridge
The Old Goatman Bridge
We travel virtually to North Texas for the tale of the Goatman of the Old Alton Bridge
04:34
April 20, 2020
The Cursed Clocktower of Gonzales County
The Cursed Clocktower of Gonzales County
The Clocktower of the Gonzales county courthouse worked great, until a man was hung in 1921.
04:18
April 11, 2020
La Lechuza
La Lechuza
We are bringing back urban legend month. This week we talk about shape shifting owl witches known as La Lechuza.
04:06
April 04, 2020
Pamela Dickinson Mann
Pamela Dickinson Mann
This week is devoted to the woman who defied Sam Houston.
05:03
March 28, 2020
The Angel of Goliad
The Angel of Goliad
While the name assigned to the Angel of Goliad varies, what is agreed upon is that she was a hero to the Texans.
04:36
March 21, 2020
Lottie Deno (Carlotta Tompkins)
Lottie Deno (Carlotta Tompkins)
In the 1800’s it was rare to see a woman at the Card tables, but Lottie Deno wasn’t most women.
03:14
March 14, 2020
Bessie Coleman
Bessie Coleman
Often forgotten but never duplicated, this week we discuss the amazing Bessie Coleman.
03:59
March 08, 2020
Clark Stanley, The Rattlesnake King
Clark Stanley, The Rattlesnake King
This week we discuss the Texan who helped us get the term snake oil.
04:35
February 29, 2020
Texas Questions: What is that Big Red Button?
Texas Questions: What is that Big Red Button?
Theses a big red button on the Preston street bridge in Houston. What is it and can I press it?
02:25
February 26, 2020
LEAF (Llano Earth Arts Festival)
LEAF (Llano Earth Arts Festival)
Rock stacking is the name of the game on the Llano River during this incredible festival.
04:40
February 22, 2020
The Cowgirl of the Typewriter
The Cowgirl of the Typewriter
Writer Frances Kavanaugh took Hollywood by storm with her Texan upbringing and skills as a Western screenwriter.
05:18
February 15, 2020
The Creepiness of Caddo Lake
The Creepiness of Caddo Lake
In East Texas, one lake is large enough and strange enough to stir the imagination.
04:06
February 08, 2020
Shangrillama
Shangrillama
Royse City, Texas is home to a majestic castle featuring a family of well trained and friendly llamas.
04:09
February 01, 2020
Texas Questions: What the Heck is a Fiesta Medal?
Texas Questions: What the Heck is a Fiesta Medal?
In this special Texas Question Tori explains what a Texas Medal is and where the heck they came from.
04:41
January 29, 2020
The Battle for the World’s Largest Pecan
The Battle for the World’s Largest Pecan
Seguin, TX is currently the reigning champion for the World’s Largest Pecan, but there was a battle to get there.
03:23
January 25, 2020
The Maceo Family Empire of Galveston
The Maceo Family Empire of Galveston
Texas has its very own successful crime family in Galveston, but few would know it.
08:53
January 18, 2020
That Time Big Tex Caught Fire
That Time Big Tex Caught Fire
In 2012 a long standing Texas icon caught fire.
05:33
January 11, 2020
Bob “Daddy-O” Wade
Bob “Daddy-O” Wade
Bob Wade had a deep love for Texas and his art work has made a lasting impression on the Lone Star State.
03:41
January 04, 2020
Texas Questions: New Years Eve
Texas Questions: New Years Eve
We answer short listener questions. This round: How do Texans celebrate the New Year, and what’s with all the Black-eyed-peas?
03:15
December 31, 2019
The Texas Pledge of Allegiance
The Texas Pledge of Allegiance
Each morning school kids in the United States start their day with not just one, but two pledges in Texas.
04:18
December 29, 2019
The Cisco Santa Claus Bank Robbery
The Cisco Santa Claus Bank Robbery
I’m Cisco, Texas a bank robber dressed as Santa Claus shattered the concept of Peace on Earth with a major manhunt.
05:24
December 21, 2019
Don Pedro Jarmillo, Folk Saint
Don Pedro Jarmillo, Folk Saint
A healer in Falfurrias may have been dead for over 100 years, but his legend has turned him into a Folk Saint.
03:51
December 08, 2019
The Robber Baron Cave
The Robber Baron Cave
Outside of San Antonio along the Old King’s Highway is a strange cave system and former speakeasy.
08:34
December 01, 2019
The Drama and Prestige of the Pearl District
The Drama and Prestige of the Pearl District
San Antonio’s Pearl district has a dark and fascinating history of murder, mental institutions, and redemption.
08:02
November 24, 2019
Help the Wilde Collection
Help the Wilde Collection
On November 1, 2019 someone set fire to one of the most amazing places in Houston, The Wilde Collection. Let’s help them rebuild.
05:18
November 16, 2019
How a Texas Grocery Store Ended the Soviet Union
How a Texas Grocery Store Ended the Soviet Union
An unplanned grocery store stop outside Houston just might have helped end the Soviet Union.
04:29
November 09, 2019
Wurstfest of New Braunfels
Wurstfest of New Braunfels
For 10 days each year the City of New Braunfels gets crazy in the name of sausage.
04:57
November 02, 2019
The Candy Lady of Terrel
The Candy Lady of Terrel
We finish off this Halloween month with the spooky urban legend of the Candy Lady.
04:29
October 27, 2019
The Catfish Plantation
The Catfish Plantation
If fried catfish and ghosts are your idea of a good time, I’ve got a place for you. Check out our show notes at txslangforcrazy.com
06:25
October 20, 2019
El Muerto- The Headless Horseman of Texas
El Muerto- The Headless Horseman of Texas
Sleepy Hollow may be better known for its headless rider, but Texas just might have the more gruesome story.
04:35
October 13, 2019
The Midget Mansion Murders
The Midget Mansion Murders
This week we focus on a good old fashion San Antonio urban legend. Want to contribute your ghost stories? Share them with us at TXSlangforCrazy@gmail.com
05:50
October 06, 2019
The Adrian E Flatt MD Hand Museum
The Adrian E Flatt MD Hand Museum
We wanted to give Dallas, TX a little love this week. What better way than highlighting a museum dedicated to casts of the human hand?
03:28
September 29, 2019
The Magic of Buccee’s
The Magic of Buccee’s
Chances are if you’ve driven through Texas you’ve seen a convenience store with a giant logo of a beaver.
05:26
September 22, 2019
The Homecoming Mum
The Homecoming Mum
During football season in Texas this tradition means go big or go home.
03:42
September 15, 2019
The Marshall, TX Fire Ant Festival
The Marshall, TX Fire Ant Festival
Fire Ants are wicked little creatures. So why does Marshall, TX have such an affinity?
04:33
September 07, 2019
The Chicken Ranch- Texas’ Worst Kept Secret
The Chicken Ranch- Texas’ Worst Kept Secret
Texas had a whorehouse in it (god have mercy on our soul) until 1973, known as The Chicken Ranch.
10:04
September 01, 2019
Save Our Lakes
Save Our Lakes
Lake Mcqueeny, Lake Placid, Lake Meadow, and Lake Gonzales are scheduled to be drained for repairs September 16, 2019.
04:37
August 24, 2019
Ozymandius Legs- Amarillo, TX
Ozymandius Legs- Amarillo, TX
Though the sculptor, Lightnin’ McDuff, has passed, this strange sculpture in the desert can still draw a crowd.
03:38
August 18, 2019
The Missing Body of Julie Mott
The Missing Body of Julie Mott
Julie Mott’s Body is still missing 4 years after being taken from a Mission Park Funeral Home in San Antonio.
08:36
August 11, 2019
Sally Skull- The gun-toting siren of Texas
Sally Skull- The gun-toting siren of Texas
Sally Skull is a legend in Texas. Learn why with this episode.
07:42
July 28, 2019
Morgan’s Wonderland- San Antonio, TX
Morgan’s Wonderland- San Antonio, TX
Kids and adults with special needs don’t always get the chance to experience the fun of an an amusement point. Morgan’s Wonderland in San Antonio hopes to change all that, and succeeds.
05:40
July 22, 2019
The National Museum of Funeral History- Houston, TX
The National Museum of Funeral History- Houston, TX
This week we explore the surprisingly upbeat National Museum of Funeral History in Houston, Texas. Special thanks to the museum. Visit their site at  https://www.nmfh.org/ for more on tickets. 
05:28
July 15, 2019
A Statue of Accidental Mansplaining
A Statue of Accidental Mansplaining
"Classmates" at the University of the Incarnate Word probably would have been just a regular campus statue...but we have Twitter. Thanks to Women in The World and Roadside Attractions as additional resources. 
03:07
July 10, 2019
An Intro- Welcome to Texas: Slang for Crazy
An Intro- Welcome to Texas: Slang for Crazy
Texas is a magical place, but it's also uniquely weird. Subscribe and join us weekly. 
01:10
July 10, 2019