This week we go back to the roaring 20s! First, Brett talks about one of Windsor's most famous book-smugglers (we're not kidding). Then, Willy talks about the famous shooting at the Chappell House in 1920 that left one man dead, and a gun-toting preacher on trial for his life. It's time to get Wild, Wicked and Weird!
Music by Dogtone.
Edited by Will Voyvodic and Brett Hedges
This week, Willy and Brett take a break from our usual true crime stories and are joined by our good friend Joel who tell us about his travels and experiences through the world of semi-pro baseball. From Appalachia country to the west coast, he holds nothing back, including the time he swindled his way onto a reality tv show (it actually aired).
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This week, Brett and Willy go back to the early 2000s to talk about Napster, Pokemon and other high-cultured topics. First, Willy recounts some of the early battles between the RIAA and the music pirates on the open seas of the internet. Then, Brett tells the story of a Guyanese septuagenarian herpetologist (that's right) who suffered a life threatening injury on a historically bad day to need an airplane in the US. It's time to get Wild, Wicked and Weird! Music by Dogtone. Edited by Will Voyvodic. A Wild, Wicked and Weird Production.
This week, Willy and Brett travel "up north" to cottage country to bring you Muskoka Murder Mysteries. First, Willy tells the disturbing story of The Laan Clan and how their chain of retirement homes in the Muskoka region was uncovered to be the final stop in life for many of their 'guests'. How many people's social insurance cheques can you steal before you go to jail? The number may shock you.
After the break, Brett tells the story of one of Canada's most influential artists and how his tragic death in Algonquin Park has sparked curiosity and intrigue for over 100 years. Whatever you may call it. A mystery, conspiracy, myth, or ghost story. The death of Tom Thomson is the closest thing to a Canadian legend we have.
Who killed Tom Thomson? Everyone has their own theory. Find out ours on this episode of Wild, Wicked and Weird.
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Edited by Will Voyvodic
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This week is a hometown special with two stories from Windsor, Ontario. First, Brett tells the story of Sr. Constable John Atkinson, who is the only member of the Windsor Police Service to be killed in the line of duty. We follow the chain of events leading up to John's tragic death on May 5, 2006 and subsequent legal trial and punishment phase for the murderer, Nikkolas Brennan. In part two, William takes us back to 1945-46, when Windsor had it's very own serial killer, "The Slasher". A historic case which shines a light on the rampant discrimination and homophobia in our city prevalent to the time period. Who was The Slasher? Find out this week on Wild, Wicked & Weird!
Music by Matt Lalonde.
Edited by Brett Hedges.
A Wild, Wicked & Weird Production.
It's Episode SWEET SIXTEEN!
This week, Brett recounts the wild story of a Saskatchewan politician's fall from grace and his alleged involvement in the suspicious death of his ex-wife. Then Willy tells us about the infamous Scarborough Sleepwalking Murder! The endings are sure to blow you away!
Produced by Brett Hedges and Will Voyvodic
Music by Matt Lalonde
This week, Willy plays game-show host in a fun segment called, "5 or 50". Then Brett tells the life story of a young woman who robbed over 20 banks in Montreal to support her three children and went by the nickname, "Machine Gun Molly". It's time to get Wild, Wicked and Weird! Edited by Will Voyvodic Music by Matt Lalonde
This week, Brett spins a yarn about one of Windsor's most infamous murder cases from 1966 (pick up sticks). In the 55 years since the crime, the victims of this heinous act have largely been forgotten. Mostly because the journey Mathew Charles Lamb endured after he was sentenced to the Oak Ridge Facility for the Criminally Insane is almost too strange to believe. Lamb's insane life starts in Windsor and makes pit stops in Kingston, St. Thomas and Penetanguishene before it comes to a dramatic end in Rhodesia. Buckle up, it's time to get wild, wicked and weird.
Edited by Will Voyvodic
Music by Matt Lalonde
This week, Brett and Willy talk about the trainwreck of sports entertainment called Triller Fight Night. Since most of the celebrity guests are from the 90's, we decided to talk about a case from 1997 in the town of Emeryville. It's a truly bizarre story with an ending you won't believe! Music by Matt Lalonde. Produced by Brett Hedges and Will Voyvodic.
This week, Brett tells a story about the life and crimes of West End Gang member Melvin Mingo and how he pulled off the largest bank heist in Canadian history in 1984. In part two, Willy takes us to a local landmark in nearby Amherstburg, Ontario called Texas Road, where paranormal activity has intertwined with local urban legend for hundreds of years. It's time for Wild, Wicked & Weird!
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This week, Willy and Brett take a unique view at two very different types of murder. First, Willy transports us to a barren island that the Canadian government didn't even know existed until after WW1. On this island, a strange massacre and an equally strange trial took place in 1941. Also, Brett tells the tale of a brutal murder back in 1997 and how a down homer named Luc Landry from New Brunswick risked his life as a undercover cop to extract a murder confession and bring closure to Ronald Lougheed's family.
Edited & Produced by Will Voyvodic / Brett Hedges
Music by Matt Lalonde
This week, Brett teaches us about an exotic food from St. Thomas known as Whiskeybiscuits and how they were a staple for the one of the town's biggest and most famous residents. Will recounts the wild adventures of France's most famous criminal, who was an international fugitive that actually spent some time in our humble town during the summer of '69. Music by Matt Lalonde. Edited and Produced by Will Voyvodic.
This week, Will talks about a famous manhunt for a Windsor man and Brett recounts the story of some furry heroes who saved an Alaskan town from a diptheria outbreak almost a century ago. It's Wild, Wicked & Weird! Music by Matt Lalonde. Edited and Produced by Will Voyvodic.
This week, Willy & Brett jump back in the Detroit River where the use of a unique underwater vessel places one local man's infamous crimes into a tier only rivalled by James Bond movie-villains. Also, is purple a tough colour? A group of young Jewish immigrants sure thought so during the 1920's and 30's. Care to guess how many bodies these gangsters left in their wake? Let's go on an auditory journey and find out together in this new episode of Wild, Wicked and Weird!
Music by Matt Lalonde
Edited/Produced by Will Voyvodic and Brett Hedges
This week, Brett tells us about one of the most controversial professional wrestlers ever, who was born and raised right here in Windsor! Also, Willy covers one of Canada's greatest "who-dun-its" when a millionaire theatre magnate goes missing after closing the biggest deal of his life Dec. 2nd, 1919 in Toronto. Produced & Edited by Will Voyvodic. Music by Matt Lalonde.
This week, Brett tells us about some wild stories form the local area, and Willy talks about a man out West who really, really liked the show Dexter (but who doesn’t?). Produced and edited by Brett Hedges and Will Voyvodic. Music by Matt Lalonde.
This week we have our friend Kyle on the show to talk about conspiracies in Nashville, the best/worst movies and classic grade school trauma. It's time to get Wild, Wicked & Weird. Produced & Edited by Will Voyvodic and Brett Hedges. Music by Matt Lalonde.
This week, Brett tips his hat to a neighboring town while Willy explores some of the worst employees the workforce had ever seen. Produced & Edited by Will Voyvodic and Brett Hedges. Music by Matt Lalonde.
This week, Willy & Brett discuss a young man with a brilliant mind who could not be captured—and he HATED wearing shoes. Also, we talk about a "very, very tragic day" for the people of Windsor and the controversial legal trial that followed. Buckle up, it's time for Wild, Wicked & Weird. Produced & Edited by Will Voyvodic. Music by Matt Lalonde.
Willy & Brett jump in their time machine back to 1972 to talk about DC-10 airplanes and their role in, "The Windsor Incident". Also, a death-defying tale of a Pickering man's methed-up heroics during a fire ultimately leads to a fugitive manhunt. Plus, is that kitty litter or meth? You be the judge on this episode of Wild, Wicked & Weird!
Will & Brett teach you the useless history of Windsor, Ontario and how the city BURNED to the ground 150 years ago. Also, Detroit and Windsor have a notorious relationship when it comes to smuggling booze, guns and drugs. The details of how it gets done may shock you. All of this and more on Wild, Wicked & Weird!