Mar 29, 2023
Case #202: The Monster of Turtle Lake, Saskatchewan
Turtle Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada has a long history of “monster” sightings. Scaring grandmothers and grandchildren alike for...
Mar 16, 2023
In 1950s, the Cold War was heating up, and Canada was desperate to protect its Northern Territories. The solution was to forcibly relocate indigenous people to the far north without proper food or shelter to act as human flagpoles. Join Ovpod today as we tell the Canadian story of sacrificing...
Mar 6, 2023
Matthew Graville was murdered by his half brother Jeffrey Vogelsberg. Compared to people without disabilities, people with disabilities are more likely to be murdered by their family members and caregivers. Today, on OVpod, we tell Matthew’s story and talk about this phenomenon.
Jan 25, 2023
We start the list of biggest nukes with a few honorable mentions, suitcase nukes, backpack nukes, and nukes stolen from Bethesda games. The we get into the meat of the episode, the top 10 most powerful nuclear weapons ever detonated by humanity. From Ivy Mike to Tsar Bomba, we cover the most...
Jan 17, 2023
Case #198: Becoming Death; The Birth of Nukes
Our layman’s introduction to nuclear weapons. How exactly do they “detonate”? What occurred in the $2 Billion-dollar Top Secret “Manhattan Project”? What is the anatomy of a nuclear explosion? And just what would happen if a nuclear weapon...