I have a new video up! This is another true crime video, inspired by the Hulu series The Act and the passage of sexist, Draconian, anti-choice laws in Georgia and Alabama. I wanted to explore the bizarre and tragic condition called Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy, which is now being called something else. The cases of mostly women, poisoning and harming their children, scamming their communities and faking pregnancies is unfortunately not as uncommon as we think. I only spotlighted a few, but I had many more to choose from. What makes people do this? Fake a child’s illness, or put their own children in harm’s way, for what? Attention? Money? Validation? I have no answers, but maybe you will after watching my video.
Here you go! I told ya’ll that I would be back to making YouTube videos. I just needed some time to get myself together. This one is a sort of remake of a video that I made last year, that was not very good. People kept commenting on how bad the audio and video was but I already knew that. It was just a practice run and somehow it managed to get over 200,000 views lol. I hope I can make another success video like that again.
I hope you like the video, I hope it’s better than the first. I would also love to hear what you guys are interested in seeing in future videos.
During the winter months, when the snow is coming down and the sunlight comes out for maybe 2 hours at most, it’s high time for baking! This is the time of year when my electricity bill is through the roof from my crock pot being fired up for 8 hours and my oven on 24/7 hours. It makes the house warmer and it smells like fresh baked goods or tasty chicken.
The Homicidal Homemaker has just what you need for when you’re snowed in at home with your axe wielding lover and psychic child, this Shining inspired roll cake!
Get your bake on and make sure you follow the Homicidal Homemaker on her youtube page!
I met Adrian a couple of years ago though a mutual friend who knew that we were both interested in making videos about the paranormal on youtube. Shortly after that Adrian left for (one of) my hometown of Austin and we never got around to actually collaborating on videos. But we kept in touch and bounced video ideas and words of encouragement off of each other. Adrian has made music for my podcast and is a really incredible editor, more than that, he’s a great dude.
While my youtube channel is on hiatus while I work on getting a new computer, Adrian is still working on his. When he asked me if I would like to add my voice to one of his videos, the answer was an enthusiastic ‘YES!’. It was a really fun and easy collab and I hope to make many more in the near future.
Please check out our video and subscribe to Adrian’s channel for more spooky stories and fun let’s plays!
Join me and Insomnia host Adrian La Delia on an exploration of the legends, and sightings of Black Dogs. We collaborated on this video, with my additional narrations. I hope you guys like it and I hope that we can make more videos. His editing is much better than mine!