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Jordan Bonaparte – Nighttime
Nighttime is an audio documentary series which explores Canada’s most fascinating stories.
Join us for true crime, mysteries, and a celebration of Canada’s weird and wonderful people, places, and events.
On the latest ‘Nighttime’ podcast episode, host Jordan Bonaparte takes a look at the recent viral push to storm Area 51 and liberate the aliens some believe are hidden inside.
Holly Bartlett had an active social life, a career, an education and a strong network of friends and family — until, on March 27, 2010, it all came to a screeching halt.
When host Jordan Bonaparte first heard of Halifax’s “Glove Guy,” he immediately dismissed it as untrue or an exaggeration. His initial conclusion couldn’t have been more wrong.
2018 was a year of UFO news that could easily provide inspiration for several more seasons of The X-Files.
Jordan Bonaparte is joined by Ken Jessome, who, back in the summer of 1970, lost two of his childhood friends under strange circumstances.
On this week’s Nighttime podcast, Jordan Bonaparte is joined by investigative journalist Tyler Hooper, who will share what he has learned about the life and cosmic end of Granger Taylor.
On this week’s Nighttime podcast, Jordan Bonaparte is joined by Tiffany Butch, the subject of Canada’s last witch Trial.
In episode 7, a Vice reporter joins Jordan Bonaparte to try and explain the online radicalization of Souvannarath, the surviving architect of the Halifax Valentine’s Day massacre plot.
Whatever the group encountered, it wasn’t like anything they or their coach had experienced before or since, and it was something they would ever forget.
‘Nighttime’ presents portions of an extended discussion with Lindsay Souvannarath, surviving architect of the 2015 Valentine’s Day massacre plot in Halifax.
On this week’s Nighttime Podcast, Jordan Bonaparte finishes his talks with the surviving architect of the Valentine’s Day massacre plot at the Halifax Shopping Centre food court in 2015.
On this week’s Nighttime Podcast, Jordan Bonaparte talks to the surviving architect of the Valentine’s Day massacre plot at the Halifax Shopping Centre food court in 2015.
The surviving architect of the Valentine’s Day massacre plot, the enigmatic Lindsay Souvannarath, breaks her silence.
When Trent University PhD student Matthew Hayes happened upon an archive of Canadian government documents on UFOs, he knew he’d found a topic for his doctoral dissertation.