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Every Monday through Friday, we present one fresh episode, hand-picked from a Parcast show airing each week. With brand new episodes curated from over 40 podcasts, think of Parcast Daily as a sampler box of the very best Parcast has to offer. And you know what they say about chocolate boxes… You might hear about a calculating killer on Female Criminals, delve into the minds of history and fiction’s greatest bad guys on Villains, or spiral down into intrigue and speculation on Conspiracy Theories. Whatever your tastes, you’ll always get something new on Parcast Daily.

Latest Episodes

Cults: “NXIVM SPECIAL EP. 1”

After acing an IQ test in 1988, 28-year-old Keith Raniere was able to brand himself “The Smartest Man in the World.” The moniker allowed him to seduce unappreciated businesswoman Toni Natalie, who would go on to help Keith grow the first of his predatory companies.

49 minJUL 31
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Cults: “NXIVM SPECIAL EP. 1”

Cults: “The Millerites”

William Miller gave numerous dates for the apocalypse, starting with October 22, 1844. None resulted in the end of the world. However, his prophecies did result in the eventual formation of the Seventh-day Adventist movement.

6 minJUL 30
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Cults: “The Millerites”

Cults: “Family Radio”

Harold Camping was a Christian radio evangelist who claimed life on Earth would end on May 21, 2011. When it didn’t, he amended his date to October 21st, 2011. It didn’t end then either.

7 minJUL 29
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Cults: “Family Radio”

Cults: “True Russian Orthodox Church”

Pyotr Kuznetsov convinced his followers the world would end on May 28th, 2008. As a result, around 29 to 35 cult members created a man-made cave, and buried themselves in it for six months.

6 minJUL 28
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Cults: “True Russian Orthodox Church”

Cults: “Y2K”

This month, we’re featuring mini episodes from our hit podcast Cults: As society approached the year 2000, there was worry about a Y2K bug that might cripple technology. But there was also fear that cults with doomsday prophecies would do whatever it took to fulfill them.

6 minJUL 27
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Cults: “Y2K”

Cults: “The Sullivan Institute”

Founded by Saul B. Newton and Dr. Jane Pearce in 1957, the Sullivan Institute was designed to be an alternative to the traditional nuclear family—part therapy center, part polyamorous commune.

7 minJUL 26
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Cults: “The Sullivan Institute”

Cults: The Brides of Christ Church

Franz Edmund Creffield was the leader of the Brides of Christ church. Often referred to as the Holy Rollers, members were known to roll on the floor, pleading for God’s forgiveness.

7 minJUL 25
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Cults: The Brides of Christ Church

Cults: “House of Yahweh”

Along with his brother Yaaqob, Yisrayl Hawkins founded the House of Yahweh in 1980. They produced their own version of the bible and made numerous predictions that did not come true.

7 minJUL 24
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Cults: “House of Yahweh”

Cults: “Happy Science”

In 1986, Ryuho Okawa founded Happy Science to promote love, enlightenment and the creation of utopia. But beneath the surface of this modern sect lie a number of strange, even nationalistic, beliefs that shape their worldview.

6 minJUL 23
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Cults: “Happy Science”

Cults: “Eastern Lightning”

Established in the early ‘90s, Eastern Lightning—also known as The Church of the Almighty God—believed Christ was reborn, manifesting in the form of a woman named Yang Xianbin. In 1991, followers scrambled to prove how devoted they were to her… even if it meant murder.

7 minJUL 22
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Cults: “Eastern Lightning”

Latest Episodes

Cults: “NXIVM SPECIAL EP. 1”

After acing an IQ test in 1988, 28-year-old Keith Raniere was able to brand himself “The Smartest Man in the World.” The moniker allowed him to seduce unappreciated businesswoman Toni Natalie, who would go on to help Keith grow the first of his predatory companies.

49 minJUL 31
Comments
Cults: “NXIVM SPECIAL EP. 1”

Cults: “The Millerites”

William Miller gave numerous dates for the apocalypse, starting with October 22, 1844. None resulted in the end of the world. However, his prophecies did result in the eventual formation of the Seventh-day Adventist movement.

6 minJUL 30
Comments
Cults: “The Millerites”

Cults: “Family Radio”

Harold Camping was a Christian radio evangelist who claimed life on Earth would end on May 21, 2011. When it didn’t, he amended his date to October 21st, 2011. It didn’t end then either.

7 minJUL 29
Comments
Cults: “Family Radio”

Cults: “True Russian Orthodox Church”

Pyotr Kuznetsov convinced his followers the world would end on May 28th, 2008. As a result, around 29 to 35 cult members created a man-made cave, and buried themselves in it for six months.

6 minJUL 28
Comments
Cults: “True Russian Orthodox Church”

Cults: “Y2K”

This month, we’re featuring mini episodes from our hit podcast Cults: As society approached the year 2000, there was worry about a Y2K bug that might cripple technology. But there was also fear that cults with doomsday prophecies would do whatever it took to fulfill them.

6 minJUL 27
Comments
Cults: “Y2K”

Cults: “The Sullivan Institute”

Founded by Saul B. Newton and Dr. Jane Pearce in 1957, the Sullivan Institute was designed to be an alternative to the traditional nuclear family—part therapy center, part polyamorous commune.

7 minJUL 26
Comments
Cults: “The Sullivan Institute”

Cults: The Brides of Christ Church

Franz Edmund Creffield was the leader of the Brides of Christ church. Often referred to as the Holy Rollers, members were known to roll on the floor, pleading for God’s forgiveness.

7 minJUL 25
Comments
Cults: The Brides of Christ Church

Cults: “House of Yahweh”

Along with his brother Yaaqob, Yisrayl Hawkins founded the House of Yahweh in 1980. They produced their own version of the bible and made numerous predictions that did not come true.

7 minJUL 24
Comments
Cults: “House of Yahweh”

Cults: “Happy Science”

In 1986, Ryuho Okawa founded Happy Science to promote love, enlightenment and the creation of utopia. But beneath the surface of this modern sect lie a number of strange, even nationalistic, beliefs that shape their worldview.

6 minJUL 23
Comments
Cults: “Happy Science”

Cults: “Eastern Lightning”

Established in the early ‘90s, Eastern Lightning—also known as The Church of the Almighty God—believed Christ was reborn, manifesting in the form of a woman named Yang Xianbin. In 1991, followers scrambled to prove how devoted they were to her… even if it meant murder.

7 minJUL 22
Comments
Cults: “Eastern Lightning”
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