True crime, conspiracies, ghost stories, and weed. Join us as we freak ourselves out. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stir-the-pot-pod/support
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This week Daphne is here to tell y'all about a case that is near to her heart. The disappearance of Emanuela Orlandi rocked Rome to its core when she was taken from just outside the walls of her Vatican state home. Join us as we discuss the many theo... more
This episode is chaotic as per usual. I, Daphne, accidentally reveal how truly bonkers I am. Velma does her best to get through the final craziness that is the last few months of the Lori Vallow/Chad Daybell situation. STAY DANGEROUS --- Support thi... more
This episode is chaos and this story is chaos! more
This is so fun to listen to! Their steady getting more and more inebriated is hysterical. But they still get their story across, and they obviously do great research!
I feel like I want to point out the good research aspect of this podcast, because I don’t want people to assume that because they are cannabis-positive that they are not taking this subject matter seriously. Both ladies have very kind hearts and represent their stories with dignity and gravitas. Yes, there’s a little at the start and finish about their smoke of the day, but don’t let that stop you, non-partakers. You’re going to love these two. Give them a listen! Beth
Informative and funny, can’t wait to watch this podcast grow!!!
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