34 - Emma Fillipoff - Part 5, Mikaela

In part 5 of The Night Time Podcast's series covering the disappearance of Emma Fillipoff, our focus will remain on those close to Emma leading up to her Nov 28, 2012 disappearance. 

This episode features a conversation with Emma's life long friend Mikaela, with whom Emma shared an apartment upon her arrival in Victoria.

During our conversation, it becomes apparent that the warning signs of mental illness Ellen described in the prior episode had advanced to the point of becoming a cause for concern a year prior to her disappearance.     

This episode concludes with a discussion with Tim and Lance, hosts of the Missing Maura Murray Podcast. 

To assist in the search for Emma please join the Help Find Emma Facebook discussion group

33 - My Bloody Valentine - Part 2 - (with True Crime Garage)

My Bloody Valentine is a 1981 horror film show in Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia. The film tells the story of a fictional mining community in which a group of towns people hold a Valentine's Day dance only to incur the vengeful wrath of a maniac in mining gear, proving the validity of a long whispered town legend. 

In this episode I will be joined by the hosts of True Crime Garage Nik and Captain to discuss the film, the horror genre, and their show True Crime Garage

This episode will conclude with a performance of 'The Ballad of Harry Warden' performed by Aaron Corbett. 

This episode include a companion blogpost in which I visit the outdoor sets used in the film.

32 - My Bloody Valentine - Part 1 - Feat. George Mihalka and Paul Kelman

My Bloody Valentine is a 1981 Canadian horror movie filmed in Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia. The film tells the story of a fictional mining community where a group of teenagers hold a Valentine's Day dance only to incur the vengeful wrath of a maniac in mining gear. 

My Bloody Valentine has since become a cult classic and is considered among the finest examples of the slasher genre alongside it's more well known contemporaries 'Friday the 13th' and 'Halloween'.

This episode include a companion blogpost in which I visit the outdoor sets from the film.

Watch the trailer here

Say Hi to George Mihalka

Say Hi to Paul Kelman

31 - Emma Fillipoff - Part 4, Ellen

In part 4 of The Night Time Podcast's ongoing series covering the disappearance of Emma Fillipoff, the focus will shift from the events immediately surrounding Emma's disappearance to her life leading up to Nov 28, 2012. 

This episode features an intimate conversation with Emma's life long close friend Ellen (a participant of the CBC Finding Emma documentary). 

HelpFindEmmaFillipoff.com

30 - Who, or What Killed Bernard Langille?

in February of 1968, Cpl. Bernard Langille's young life comes to an end after a bizarre series of events that start at the Gagetown Military Base in New Brunswick, and end with his mysterious death in the Victoria General Hospital in Halifax.

In this episode, I am joined by Cpl. Langille's grandson, and namesake, Bernie Langille who has taken the lead in his family's fifty year pursuit for both justice and the facts related to this strange story. 

29 - Haunted Halifax (with Steve Vernon)

On a dark and stormy night, I joined local author/storyteller Steve Vernon on a tour of Halifax, Nova Scotia's most haunted locations. 

In this Halloween special, I take you along for the ride with us to The Halifax Citadel, the old Spring Garden Road Library, Shirreff Hall, Halifax Club, and The Ashburn Golf Club

As we stopped at the storied locations, Steve shared excerpts from his book Halifax Haunts.  

 

 

 

28 - The Sydney River McDonald's Murders - Part 3 - The Trials

Part three of an ongoing series covering the 1992 Sydney River McDonald's Murders

In this episode, We pick up where we left off in part two with Derek Wood, Freeman MacNeil, and Darren Muise each confessing to playing a part in crime, however, ultimately disagreeing on exactly who did what. 

In this episode Phonse Jessome will continue the story through the trials leading up to the current events.  

Phonse Jessome's book 'Murder at McDonalds' is available as an Ebook here.

27 - The Sydney River McDonald's Murders - Part 2 - The Investigation

Part two of an ongoing series covering the 1992 Sydney River McDonald's Murders

In this episode, We pick up from where we left off in part one with the trio making their escape from the McDonald's Restaurant containing three brutally murdered employees, and one clinging for life. 

In this episode the story will continue to be told by celebrated author Phonse Jessome

26 - The Sydney River McDonald's Murders - Part 1 - The Crime

Part one of an ongoing series covering the 1992 Sydney River McDonald's Murders

As 18 year old McDonald's employee Derek Wood finished his shift, he lingered for a time in the closed restaurant before exiting. Unknown to the staff remaining to complete their nightly tasks, Derek had propped open a basement door and in a matter of moments he would return with two accomplices armed with a shovel and a gun.

The resulting robbery of the Sydney River McDonald's during the early morning hours in 1992 will leave three dead, one permanently disabled, and an entire community struggling to understand how this could happen.

During this series, the story will be told by journalist, Phonse Jessome. Not only was Phonse one of the first on the scene that morning, he also wrote the bestselling book on the case, 'Murder at McDonald's'.

This episode is sponsored by Nimbus Publishing, Their recent title, Disposable Souls by Phonse Jessome is available now wherever fine books are sold. 

25 - Emma Fillipoff - Part 3, Julien's Narrative

In part 3 of The Night Time Podcast's ongoing series covering the disappearance of Emma Fillipoff, the focus will be on one of the most widely discussed people in the case, Julien.

This episode will feature a timeline of Julien's activities both before and after her disappearance, all told via excerpts of a nearly three hour conversation conducted shortly after the release of part 2 of this series.

Please show your support and join Shelley's Help Find Emma Fillipoff Facebook group or join in the discussion at HelpFindEmma.ca


24 - Emma Fillipoff - Part 2, Digging Deeper

In a follow up to Episode 2 of The Night Time Podcast, we revisit the unexplained disappearance of 26 year old Emma Fillipoff who was last seen speaking to police on a busy street corner in Victoria, BC on a cold November night in 2012.

This episode will include an interview with Emma's mother Shelley Fillipoff who will discuss the current state of the search, the criminal charges she is facing unrelated to Emma's disappearance, and several details of the case that has so many scratching their heads. 

We will also be joined by Tim and Lance of The Missing Maura Murray Podcast who will provide their thoughts on the case in a discussion surrounding the many puzzling elements of this tragic story. 

Please show your support and join Shelley's Help Find Emma Fillipoff Facebook group. 

Watch the CBC documentary "Finding Emma" here

23 - Emma Fillipoff - Part 1, An Introduction

26 year old Emma Fillipoff vanished from Victoria, BC on Nov 28, 2012 under circumstances as mysterious as they are heartbreaking.

She was last seen only three hours prior to her mother Shelley's arrival who,  concerned for her daughter's safety, arrived in Victoria by plane from her home in Ontario to check on her.

The timeline of Emma's last known days will be discussed; concluding with an extended interview with Emma's mother Shelley Fillipoff who has not stopped her relentless search for her daughter, now going into its third year. 

If you have information or assistance to provide please contact Emma's family - fillipoff@hotmail.com 

Watch the CBC documentary "Finding Emma" here

22 - The Shag Harbour UFO Incident - Part 2 (with Generation Why)

In this Follow up episode I am joined by Justin and Aaron, hosts of the popular Generation Why Podcast. During our conversation we provide our thoughts on the Shag Harbour Incident, discuss the UFO phenomena in general, and listen to the recorded testimony of Laurie Wilkins, a key Shag Harbour Witness, which I recorded during our recent meeting at a Tim Horton's Coffee Shop.


21 - The Shag Harbour UFO Incident - Part 1

It's 1967, seventeen year old Laurie Wilkins and a car full of friends witness a series of lights travelling at a low altitude just above the tree line. As the lights travel along with the car, the object appears to descend sharply; crashing into the dark waters of Shag Harbour.

When Laurie phones the RCMP to report what he believes to be a downed aircraft, he was asked if he had been drinking, but when five similar reports come in from other area residents every RCMP officer in the area is dispatched.

As the RCMP officers arrive, joining the crowd of witnesses at the shoreline, one this was certain...there is something illuminated on the water and it appears to be sinking.

The event commonly referred to as Canada's Roswell, remains to this day as one of the most compelling UFO sightings in Canada...if not the world.

In the first episode of a two part series, We will be joined by Author/UFOlogist Chris Styles who will walk us through the events of the Shag Harbour Incident.

Concluding the episode is UFOlogist Chris Rutkowski (@ufologyresearch) who will discuss the presence of the UFO phenomenon in Canada and what exactly makes Shag Harbour so important.   

 

 

20 - Allan Legere, The Monster of The Miramichi - Part 2

Allan Legere is a Canadian serial killer who escaped from custody after a murder conviction and spent 6 months hiding in the forests that surround the Miramichi river valley, coming out only under the cover of darkness to prey on the communities most vulnerable. With every violent crime he committed the fear increased leading to the cancellation of Halloween, mass installation of exterior lights, and many citizens terrified to leave their homes.

In this second episode of this series, We will discuss Legere's 6 month murder spree that lead to 4 deaths, the cancellation of Halloween, and a stain on the town of Miramichi that will never be removed.

Throughout this series, I use excerpts of an interview with Rick Maclean (Editor of Miramichi leader, Author of Terror) who provides his account of the many events that unfold during this terrifying story.


19 - Allan Legere, The Monster of the Miramichi - Part 1

Allan Legere is a Canadian serial killer who escaped from custody after a murder conviction and spent 6 months hiding in the forests that surround the Miramichi river valley, coming out only under the cover of darkness to prey on the communities most vulnerable. With every violent crime he committed the fear increased leading to the cancellation of Halloween, mass installation of exterior lights, and many citizens terrified to leave their homes.

In this second episode of this series, We will discuss Legere's 6 month murder spree that lead to 4 deaths, the cancellation of Halloween, and a stain on the town of Miramichi that will never be removed.

Throughout this series, I use excerpts of an interview with Rick Maclean (Editor of Miramichi leader, Author of Terror) who provides his account of the many events that unfold during this terrifying story.


18 - A Skeptical Look at Oak Island and Bell Island

Depending on your personal stance on the covered topics, this episode may be the most troubling episode to date or the breath of fresh air you've been waiting for.

Joining The Night Time Podcast is Brian Dunning, host of the award winning science and education podcast Skeptoid, who provides his critical analysis of both the Oak Island Treasure Hunt and The Bell Island Boom.

17 - The Bell Island Boom

On a quiet Morning in 1978, Bell Island Newfoundland would be the setting of an unexplained aerial explosion that produced a collection of anomalous events suitable for a modern day Science Fiction Film.

Although the official cause of the blast was reported as a rare type of super powered lightening, many prominent members of the scientific community believe there is more to the story. Some experts even suggest government involvement and a relationship with experimental weapons development.

Concluding the episode, we will be joined by Scott and Forrest from The Astonishing Legends Podcast to discuss the many alternate theories on what force may be responsible for the Bell Island Boom.


16 - Oak Island Part 3 - David Blankenship, Oak Island Royalty

The father/son team of Dan and David Blankenship have been unravelling Oak Island's secrets since the mid 1960's. Throughout the Blankenship's 50+ year search, David worked side by side with his dad during the many events and accomplishments that have since become almost mythical.

This episode includes a candid interview with the wonderfully unrefined David Blankenship.

Tune in and hear David share stories ranging from his first visit to the island, to the day he saved his Dad during a collapse at 10X, to the most current events of the History show 'The Curse of Oak Island'

This episode is proudly sponsored by Nimbus Publishing. their recent title 'Oak Island and the Search for Buried Treasure' By Joann Hamilton-Barry is available now where ever fine books are sold. 
 

15 - Oak Island Part 2 - Charles Barkhouse, Historian

In this special edition episode, we will be welcoming Oak Island historian, tour guide, and museum curator Charles Barkhouse for an in depth discussion of all things Oak Island.

Charles is one of the most recognizable faces from the History Channel's hit show The Curse of Oak Island where he, as a member of the Lagina's inner circle, serves as the robin to the treasure hunters' batman.

If your unfamiliar with Oak Island, It is recommended you listen to episode 10 of The Night Time Podcast to hear the 221 year history of the island's treasure hunt as Charles and I reference people and details without explanation.