When John Quinney was ten years old, he took the stand to testify against his own father. He had come to believe that his dad Melvin was the murderous leader of a satanic cult. It would be decades before John would learn that his family was just one of many swept up in a panic that gripped America in the 1980s—one in which hundreds of people were accused of taking part in underground satanic cults that sacrificed infants and sexually abused children. By the time the panic had subsided, score ...
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Annie Borjesson was a Swedish woman living in Scotland, and she was ready to take a trip home to visit friends and family - but she didn't board a plane. Instead, Annie was seen leaving the airport. When Annie is found washed up on the beach the next morning, police rule it a suicide. After investigating the multiple aspects of her death, it seems incredibly improbable that Annie completed suicide. TRIGGER WARNING: There is a lot of discussion of suicide in this episode. To listen to music by Annie: www.annierockstar.com