this week we go to the modern source of all things unexplainable: charles fort. surprisingly we actually talk quite a bit about him so that's cool! also, dave went to nyc so he holds the others hostage with anecdotes. follow us on twitter@CreatureHuntPod
Chi non conosce Charles Fort e il suo Libro dei Dannati?Se non sapete chi sia, e mai avete sentito parlare del suo libro, dovete ascoltare questo podcast.[-CREDITI-] Musica di: Z3r0 Copyright Free Music: https://www.youtube.com/user/dibbellaDEEP BLACK, di Massimo Mayde.Rubrica dedicata al mondo dei libri misteriosi, proibiti, antichi e insoliti.Web: https://www.massimomayde.itFacebook:--- Salotto del Terrore: www.facebook.com/salottodelterrore--- Massimo Mayde: www.facebook.com/maydemassimoInstagram: @salottodelterrore | @massimo_maydeIl Salotto del Terrore è un format di discussione aperta sulle tematiche del paranormale, del mistero, dell'orrore e dell'insolito, fondato da un gruppo di ricercatori indipendenti e scrittori: Massimo Mayde, Andrea Mariani e Gianluca Gerunda, con la collaborazione di Valentina Ferraro.Trovi i nostri podcast su SPREAKER.COM, YOUTUBE, SPOTIFY, ITUNES - APPLE PODCAST, IHEARTRADIO, GOOGLEPODCAST, PODCASTADDICTGruppo Telegram del Salotto del Terrore: https://t.me/salottodelterrorePer contattarci: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fish falling from the sky. People disappearing from one area only to be found in another. People igniting on fire for no reason. Such phenomena was finally given a voice in the early 20th Century all thanks to one man- Charles Fort. The word 'Fortean' is used by some to describe this phenomena but the thing is, cataloguing strange instances when reality seems to get weird should not be the only thing that Charles Fort is known for. The man who invented the Supernatural (a term Charles despised) has much insight into the odd currents of our reality and deserves a bit more respect, especially as things start to get much more strange.
CLT12 - Charles Fort y las cosas que no deberían ser llovidas
Capturando la temperie - CLT
Bienvenidos a CLT, el podcast. Un espacio dedicado a divulgar la ciencia meteorológica donde podrás aprender de una forma sencilla y amena cómo funciona el tiempo en nuestra Casa Tierra.En el extraño capítulo de hoy repasaremos el ensayo de 1919 "El libro de los condenados", de Charles Fort, un escritor estadounidense con una historia realmente interesante. Se cumplen 100 años de su publicación y con él veremos que hay de cierto en las lluvias de cosas raras, y si tienen base científica. Y de algún modo, rendiremos homenaje a Jimenez del Oso...y a Cuarto Milenio...En "Recomendaciones" repasamos dos webs obligatorias para cualquier meteoloco:Earth NullSchool: https://earth.nullschool.net/Estofex: http://www.estofex.org/Enlace al artículo de JotDown sobre Fort: https://www.jotdown.es/2016/04/charles-fort-gabinete-los-condenados/Sintonías:Reckless by Dysfunction_AL (c) copyright 2016 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. https://dig.ccmixter.org/files/destinazione_altrove/54482 Ft: Blue_Wave_Theory.
Si hay una persona que ha dedicado su vida a estudiar lo extraño, ese es Charles Fort. Se cumplen ahora cien años de la publicación de su obra El libro de los condenados, una peculiar obra de un no menos curioso personaje nacido en 1874, que desde muy joven mostró un inusitado interés por las ciencias naturales. Gracias a una modesta herencia decidió consagrar su vida a la investigación y a la escritura. Nos visita el editor y sociólogo Pablo Vergel para analizar su vida y su obra. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
On this episode of The Micah Hanks Program, we lead off with the latest update in the ongoing search for Amelia Earhart, as well as an unusual planetary appearance as one of Earth's neighbors makes a rare transit across the sun. We also discuss moon rocks, mystery objects falling from the sky, and our study of deep space with probes like Voyager 1 and 2, which might eventually be discovered one day by other civilizations far beyond our solar system. Then later in the program, we turn our attention to one of the most influential minds of the 20th century, Charles Fort. It was Fort's The Book of the Damned--published one century ago this year--that ushered in a new era of thought in relation to anomalous phenomena in nature, sparking renewed interest and a wave of like-minded "heretics" that would follow in his footsteps. However, while Fort has been called "the man who invented the supernatural," arguably his most prescient contributions of all had to do with his collection of data pertaining to aerial anomalies, which seemingly anticipated our coming to awareness of UFOs. We examine Fort's writings that dealt with these cultural predecessors to modern UFO reports, comparing the similarities and differences, and studying the way that the discussion has changed in relation to the topic since the "pre-UFO" era when Fort wrote his magnum opus on "Forteana." Below are links to stories featured in this week's episode: Possible Bones of Amelia Earhart Sent in for Highly-Awaited DNA Testing Monday, Mercury Makes Rare Appearance with a Trek Across the Sun. NASA Opens Pristine Tube of Moon Dust From the Apollo Missions Voyager 2′s journey beyond the solar system reveals new cosmic secrets BECOME AN X SUBSCRIBER AND GET EVEN MORE GREAT PODCASTS AND MONTHLY SPECIALS FROM MICAH HANKS. Sign up today and get access to the entire back catalog of The Micah Hanks Program, as well as “classic” episodes of The Gralien Report Podcast, weekly “additional editions” of the subscriber-only X Podcast, the monthly Enigmas specials, and much more. Like us on Facebook Follow @MicahHanks on Twitter Follow Micah on Instagram
August 31, 2019: Hank Shaw (Hunter Angler Gardener Cook); Charles Fort (BoatUS)
The Outdoor Guys: Radio Podcast for the Sportsman Lifestyle
Cookbook author and wild game chef, Hank Shaw joins the show this week to talk doves, teal, and venison!Charles Fort, associate editor of BoatUS Magazine also joins us this week to talk about fuel savings and theft prevention!
Charles Fort.The Father of Paranormal Research If you enjoy stories of the paranormal or supernatural, chances are, you had a story that sparked your interest. Bigfoot, Area 51, or possibly your own local folklore may have opened your eyes to fantastical circumstances outside of the normal and everyday. But how exactly did these strange tales become the topic of actual research and awareness? For this we can largely thank one man. Making unexplained phenomenon his life’s work, he discounted nothing and everything at the same time. Exploring topics never before discussed such as ufos, spontaneous combustion and even poltergeist activity, He outraged some and inspired millions. Charles Fort, commonly regarded as the father of paranormal studies, started a trend that would echo through the years. Through compilation, skepticism, and a knack for finding the blatantly “weird”, Fort would form the world of paranormal research as we know it, even if through methods and means not in-line with how many perceive it today. Join us this week on The Supernatural Tendencies Podcast where we’ll discuss the life and times of this key figure in paranormal research history.