Episode 110

November 08, 2022


Ep. 110: A bag o' bodies

Hosted by

Mark Lewis Corrigan Vaughan
Ep. 110: A bag o' bodies
Jack of All Graves
Ep. 110: A bag o' bodies

Nov 08 2022 | 02:02:22


Show Notes

If you live in a big city, you probably pass dozens of people every day hauling their luggage down the sidewalks and subway platforms. But have you ever stopped to wonder if there’s something more sinister in those valises than t-shirts and spare underwear?


[0:00] Mark tells CoRri about the science of decomposition

[16:50] In his own weird way, Mark offers some inspiration, and we talk about our “floating door” getting us through life.

[21:40] Cultural exchange time! We discuss the 5th of November celebrations in the UK, and CoRri talks about her road trip through the South.

[44:00] Should we delete Twitter?

[60:00] What we watched!

[93:00] We discuss people caught on CCTV carting corpses in suitcases

Stuff we referenced:

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