Episode 289:

MFM Guest Host Picks #12 - Nick Terry

Stories of People Buried Alive

Georgia

The Mothman Legend & Silver Bridge Collapse

Karen

Episode 289: MFM Guest Host Picks #12 - Nick Terry

This summer, Exactly Right family members will be guest hosting My Favorite Murder! Each week a guest host will pick their favorite stories from Karen and Georgia. Today's episode is hosted by Nick Terry, creator of MFM Animated (youtube.com/exactlyrightmedia). Nick covers Stories of People Buried Alive (Episode 186) and the story of The Mothman Legend & Silver Bridge Collapse (Episode 183).

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Stories of People Buried Alive

Stories of People Buried Alive Notes:

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"Premature burial, also known as live burial, burial alive, or vivisepulture, means to be buried while still alive. Animals or humans may be buried alive accidentally on the mistaken assumption that they are dead, or intentionally as a form of torture, murder, or execution. It may also occur with consent of the victim as a part of a stunt, with the intention to escape.

Fear of being buried alive is reported to be among the most common phobias."

— Source: Premature Burial Wikipedia

The Mothman Legend & Silver Bridge Collapse

The Mothman Legend & Silver Bridge Collapse Notes:

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"In West Virginia folklore, the Mothman is a creature reportedly seen in the Point Pleasant area from November 12, 1966, to December 15, 1967. The first newspaper report was published in the Point Pleasant Register dated November 16, 1966, titled "Couples See Man-Sized Bird ... Creature ... Something". The national press soon picked up the reports and helped spread the story across the United States.

After the December 15, 1967 collapse of the Silver Bridge and the death of 46 people, the incident gave rise to the legend and connected the Mothman sightings to the bridge collapse..."

— Source: Mothman Wikipeida