" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

February 6, 2020

Grave Tales?

I stumbled across an interesting podcast called
'Grave Tales Australia: the series' hosted by Helen Goltz and 
Chris Adams, where they find and investigate the history behind and buried under gravestones and memorial plaques from around Australia.
It was a podcast I found linked to the 'Spirit Sisters' podcast as one of those recommended podcasts suggestions.
The first 'Grave Tales' podcast episode I listened to (with me being a Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks member) was the first episode -
Grave Tales Podcast: The Shark Arm Murder
Then I saw the episode that speculates that Jack the Ripper could be buried in my hometown of Brisbane -
Grave Tales Podcast: Is Jack the Ripper buried in a Brisbane cemetery?
Then with the current Coronavirus doing the rounds today, I just had to listen to the episode about the Black Death -
Grave Tales Podcast: The Black Death comes to town
Then there was the podcast about a man I have written a post about myself, which is one of my top ten in hit rates -
It's Already Been 50 Years Since Mr.Eternity Died?!
Grave Tales Podcast: Mr Eternity - the man, his chalk, his message
Then I listened to the podcast about the tea lady from hell -
Grave Tales Podcast: Tea and sympathy: poisoner, Martha Needle
Released on Halloween?!
I think Helen and Chris may be referencing Bernard Fanning's album there and one of the songs off it, in a sarcastic way:-)
Things Go Better with cOKe?
Looks like a lot of interesting stories buried in that 'Grave Tales' podcast list, too:-)
Like Karina at the 'Spirit Sisters' podcast says, 
"there's nothing more powerful than a story".
The Game of Life ... and God?

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