This week Jonatan and Ana discuss yoga, Norwegian crime and insurance claims.
We begin with the tale of Bella Gunness, aka Hell's Belle: where she went, fire and death often followed. Was she unlucky or responsible for the terrible things that happened to those around her?
Later we discuss Ingeborg Koeber from Bergen Norway; a woman who was once described by Arthur Conan Doyle as 'the most remarkable medium' he'd ever met. Was she genuinely talented or did she go to extreme lengths to ensure her prophecies came to fruition?
No cocktail this week. I'm sure we'll make up for it next time though.
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CN: Murder mystery, arson, buried bodies, drowning
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