Samaritan Foundation Cult & Missing Allen Ross
Podcast |
Web Crawlers
Publisher |
Earios
Media Type |
audio
Categories Via RSS |
Comedy
Society & Culture
True Crime
Publication Date |
Jul 28, 2020
Episode Duration |
00:43:51

On November 22, 1995, filmmaker Allen Ross disappeared without a trace. Allen was part of a religious cult called the Samaritan Foundation, that was led by his wife Linda Greene. Linda believed vampires could gain access to her by talking on the phone, negative energy could be washed away with soy milk, and barcodes were evil. Years later, Allen's body was found, but no one was ever charged with the murder.

Linda’s ex-husband Denis is still alive and working as an inspirational Evangelist speaker who says he survived a “miracle” by riding a wheelie on a motorcycle through a pack of baboons. 

ALSO: Ali demonstrates how to use a pendulum.

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On November 22, 1995, filmmaker Allen Ross disappeared without a trace. Allen was part of a religious cult called the Samaritan Foundation, that was led by his wife Linda Greene. Linda believed vampires could gain access to her by talking on the phone, negative energy could be washed away with soy milk, and barcodes were evil. Years later, Allen's body was found, but no one was ever charged with the murder. Linda’s ex-husband Denis is still alive and working as an inspirational Evangelist speaker who says he survived a “miracle” by riding a wheelie on a motorcycle through a pack of baboons.  ALSO: Ali demonstrates how to use a pendulum. — EMAIL US: Webcrawlerspod@gmail.com LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL: 626-604-6262 — FOLLOW US:  Twitter Instagram Reddit Facebook — To join our Patreon click HERE — MERCH: https://webcrawlerspod.com —  

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