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Morbid Curiosity
A podcast about the darker side of life...
Category: Society & Culture
Location: Miami
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Two humans that share a morbid curiosity about society and the world in general.

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October 10, 2016 03:23 PM PDT

In this two part episode, Part 1 we discuss the physical meaning of Death, funerals, embalming, and much more.

Produced & Written by:
Quills Rodriguez

Written by & Editing:
Penn Aragon

"Death and All His Friends"
© 2008 Viva La Vida Capitol/EMI Records/ Capitol (ASCAP) All Rights Reserved

A big thank you to all our listeners.

Brought to you by Thought Press Network.

September 25, 2016 11:34 AM PDT

We'll tell you! In this teaser we talk about how much research it's taken for us to get to know Death, and all his friends... We tease you with a few clips from the episode and hope you wait with us to see what we've found. Thank you for listening. Your dose of Dark is coming sooner than you think. Morbid Curiosity. (PS. if you're curious about the title of this next episode, Death and All His Friends............ it's music related.)

July 05, 2016 12:50 PM PDT

On this episode of Morbid Curiosity, we discuss prisons and the practices that we are mostly familiar with such as last meals, conjugal visits, solitary confinement, and capital punishment. Find out on this episode whether we are for or against the Death Penalty. What is your stance on the matter? Let us know on Twitter @morbidpod or Facebook!

We also discuss the recent tragedy in Orlando. Our hearts will always be with the victims and families of those who survived and those who did not... We will never forget.

Produced by:
Quills Rodriguez
Editing and Art/Design by:
Penn Aragon


CLIP #1:
Inside Prison Life In Solitary 2014 Documentary Prisons Documentary
Documentary TV Official Channel
Published on Aug 26, 2015
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CLIP #2:
An Inmate's Last Meal | Death Row: The Last 24 Hours
The Discovery Channel special DEATH ROW: THE LAST 24 HOURS
Published on Apr 18, 2012
Discovery Channel
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George Carlin [Napalm & Silly Putty]
Published on Aug 11, 2014

6x9: a virtual experience of solitary confinement
[The Guardian]

Take the 360 degree video experience of solitary confinement in US prisons, which places viewers in a virtual segregation cell they can explore and interact with. It highlights the psychological effects of long-term solitary confinement for people who have experienced it first-hand around the world.
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NPR Interview:
Making It on the Outside, After Decades in Solitary (Laura Sullivan)
July 28, 2006
Heard on: All Things Considered

There Will Be No Stay Official Trailer 1 (2013)
Published on Nov 18, 2013
A documentary about the death penalty -- not in any way you've ever seen before, at least. It is, however, a film about the actual men who are tasked by society with carrying out the death penalty. This is a first-hand look at executioners, the pressures they're put under, and the unbearable toll the act of taking another's life has on their own.
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Angola Prison Hospice: Opening the Door
Uploaded on Sep 8, 2011
Half of the 5,000 inmates at the maximum-security Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola are serving life sentences, and it is estimated that 85 percent of them will grow old and die there. Edgar Barens's documentary examines one of the nation's first prison-based hospice programs, a program that notably incorporates inmate volunteers into the care of other dying inmates.
Opening the Door was produced by two former OSF programs, the Center on Crime, Communities & Culture and the Prioject on Death in America.

May 22, 2016 05:54 PM PDT

Our first episode takes you through what was once known as Multiple Personality Disorder. Now recognized as Dissociative Identity Disorder, we open our season discussing our curiosities about this mental illness. From the truth about Sybil to recent court cases where D.I.D. was used as a defense, we delve deep into our curiosity. Is D.I.D real? How does one prove the existence of various identities? Was the famous Sybil case fact or fiction? Listen as we try to answer these questions and more.

Quills Rodriguez (Producer)
Penn Aragon (Editor, Podcast Art)


Primal Fear (Film)
Directed by Gregory Hoblit
Produced by Gary Lucchesi, Howard W. Koch, Jr.
Paramount Pictures
United States

Sybil (Film)
Directed by Daniel Petrie
Produced by Jacqueline Babbin
Lorimar Productions
United States

"Meet the Mother with 20 Personalities"
The Oprah Winfrey Show /OWN Oprah Winfrey Network
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"Sybil: A Brilliant Hysteric?"
November 23, 2014
Clyde Haberman
Retro Report | New York Times
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"Sybil Exposed: A College Friend Remembers Shirley Mason"
Published on Dec 28, 2012
Debbie Nathan, author of "Sybil Exposed: The Extraordinary Story Behind the Famous Multiple Personality Case
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"Famed Psychiatric Story of 'Sybil' seen As a Fraud"
ABC News Australia
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"Meet the Six Personalities Living in This Woman's Head"
USA Today
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March 31, 2016 02:25 PM PDT

Welcome to Morbid Curiosity. Enjoy our prologue episode where we discuss what brought us here and what dark curiosities will be discussed in the first official episode

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