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13 O’Clock Podcast

The 13 O’Clock Podcast is hosted by horror and paranormal writer Jenny Ashford, and poltergeist focus and all-around awesome guy Tom Ross.

The show is a relaxed, in-depth, and sometimes hilarious examination of various weird and mysterious topics, ranging from supposedly real paranormal and UFO cases to strange religious cults to bizarre unsolved murders to creepy historical events.

New episodes every Tuesday.

Nov 29, 2016

Since this IS a mysterious type of show, you knew we’d get around to aliens eventually, and on episode 15, we’re discussing one of Tom’s favorite UFO sightings. Known as UFOs Over Illinois or the St. Clair Triangle, this particular sighting from the year 2000 was witnessed by at least seven people in different...


Nov 22, 2016

On this extra-special 14th episode of 13 O'Clock, Tom and Jenny actually have a rare guest, and what a guest it is! We first discovered Dr. Robert M. Price through his excellent podcast The Bible Geek. Despite being atheists, we've long been fascinated with Biblical mythology and the Jesus Myth Theory, and Dr. Price is...


Nov 15, 2016

It's the special meta 13th episode of 13 O'Clock! *party horn going fweeeeet*

To celebrate the theme, Tom and Jenny decided to have a fun little romp through creepy superstitions and omens of death throughout the ages. Aside from the obvious warnings about black cats, broken mirrors, and not breathing around cemeteries,...


Nov 8, 2016

On the even dozenth episode of 13 O'Clock, Tom and Jenny have an in-depth and "spirited" (heh) discussion about what is probably the best-known poltergeist case of modern times, that of the Enfield Poltergeist from 1977.

The story of the Hodgson family and their bizarre encounter with the paranormal (or the shameless...


Nov 1, 2016

Subculture Corsets


The power of Christ should compel you to listen to episode 11 of the 13 O’Clock Podcast, wherein Tom and Jenny break down a few notable cases of supposed demon possession, like the tale of ... Read More »

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