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MonsterTalk: The Science Show About Monsters is a free audio podcast that critically examines the science behind cryptozoological (and legendary) creatures, such as Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, or werewolves.

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MonsterTalk: The Science Show About Monsters is a free audio podcast that critically examines the science behind cryptozoological (and legendary) creatures, such as Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, or werewolves.

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By kh29825 - Dec 13 2019
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From the puns to the topics this show is awesome. They make a skeptic show about monsters fun!

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This is definitely my favorite podcast. For sure allllllll my people ♥️!

iTunes Ratings

933 Ratings
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761
86
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34

Love it!

By kh29825 - Dec 13 2019
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From the puns to the topics this show is awesome. They make a skeptic show about monsters fun!

Fave

By LongRoadOutOfHell - Sep 27 2019
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This is definitely my favorite podcast. For sure allllllll my people ♥️!
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MonsterTalk

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MonsterTalk: The Science Show About Monsters is a free audio podcast that critically examines the science behind cryptozoological (and legendary) creatures, such as Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, or werewolves.

Rank #1: Skinwalker Ranch Dressing

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This is Patreon Bonus content edited slightly for the regular MonsterTalk feed. (Expect more of this content thanks to the generous support of our Patrons.) This episode is a deep dive into the Skinwalker Ranch mystery and a discussion of the new documentary, Hunt for the Skinwalker. Dr. Jeb Card (Spooky Archaeology) joins me for the discussion.

Jan 30 2019

1hr 28mins

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Rank #2: The Blair Fish Project

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For thousands of years, people who made their living by working the sea have reported creatures that appeared to be half-human and half-fish. Some of these stories are legends and fairy tales, but more recent sightings are reported as real animals. Confounding things even more are mummified mermaids brought to Europe from sailors coming back from Asia. A recent Animal Planet “documentary” claimed that mermaids are real and the US government is hiding the truth. This week on MonsterTalk, we interview museum curator (and mermaid-model expert) Paolo Viscardi.

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Aug 22 2012

1hr 5mins

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Rank #3: American Goblins — Part 1

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In August of 1955, a farm family in Kentucky found their home under attack by strange goblin-like monsters. In the years since the attack, the case has retained a perplexing endurance. What happened that night in Kentucky? Were aliens to blame? Underworld monsters? Misidentified natural causes? This is part one of our discussion of what has become known as The Kelly-Hopkinsville Encounter.

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Oct 04 2017

28mins

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Rank #4: Hop Springs Eternal

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London of the 1830s was terrorized by an astonishing figure—a caped man with long sharp metallic claws who spouted blue fire from his mouth and leaped over rooftops. Surely such a creature could be no more than myth, right? Or was there a mysterious aristocrat playing tricks on the working class? In this week’s episode of MonsterTalk, we talk with historian Mike Dash about the legendary figure known as Spring Heeled Jack.

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Feb 06 2013

1hr 22mins

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Rank #5: Yokai Attack!

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This week on MonsterTalk, we interview Matt Alt and Hiroko Yoda, authors of Yokai Attack! The Japanese Monster Survival Guide, a book which details many folkloric monsters of Japan. From the slash-mouthed woman to a giant disgusting foot—these creatures have inspired fear and wonder in Japan and influenced books, movies and video-games.

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Sep 12 2012

53mins

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Rank #6: Slenderman and Tulpas

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They say Slenderman was created for a contest on a website. But the thin, faceless character has gone viral appearing in numerous art, stories, videos and even games. Some claim that all that combined focus has turned him real — a process known by ancient Tibetan Buddhists as forming a Tulpa. In this episode of MonsterTalk, Blake Smith interviews professor of religious studies Joe Laycock and doctoral student of Tibetan studies Natalia Mikels to discover the truth about Tulpas.

Since the creation of Slenderman the character has “gone viral” and spun off numerous art and fiction stories. And some fans of the Slenderman believe that he is real — either existing already from time immemorial, or that he exists now, brought to life by the combined belief of millions of humans in the form of a living creature known as a Tulpa.

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Jul 30 2014

1hr 7mins

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Rank #7: #203 - Will O' The Wisp

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[Correction inserted Nov 15, 9:30 AM regarding the gas in the Cameroon lake incident being CO2, not Methane.]

This episode we look at Will O' The Wisp, Ghost Lights, Ball Lightning and all manner of glowing monstrous and bizarre lucent phenomena.  Joining us for the discussion is researcher, Jerry Drake.  We discuss some quite peculiar case details and Jerry has sent me some photos that I've attached here in the show notes. Let us know what you think over at the MonsterTalk Facebook Group.

Nov 15 2019

1hr 36mins

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Rank #8: Frauds, Hoaxes and Splendor in the Past

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Ken Feder returns to talk about his new book Ancient America: Fifty Archaeological Sites to See for Yourself, which is available for pre-order now on Amazon. Discussion in this episode centers around the failings of science coverage in the media, the latest on the famous Piltdown Man hoax, and why everyone needs to visit historical archaeological sites when they can.

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Sep 28 2016

1hr 34mins

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Rank #9: England's Most Haunted Village

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Is the little village of Pluckley truly the most haunted village in England? We interview skeptical ghost hunter Hayley Stevens (The Spooktater) about the curious little town more famous for its dead than its living.

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Jun 28 2017

1hr 16mins

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Rank #10: Science and Sea Monster

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What do you get when you combine a love for statistics, a love for biological maritime mysteries and a relentless curiosity? Dr. Charles Paxton has applied biology and math work to produce several papers on the mysterious creatures called “sea monsters.” In this episode of MonsterTalk, we discuss sea monsters, math and naughty ostriches.

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Nov 30 2016

1hr 9mins

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Rank #11: Bitchin' 'bout Sitchin

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Ancient Aliens theorists seem to love the work of Zecharia Sitchin (The 12th Planet). Sitchin proposed that mysterious space beings called Anunnaki visited earth to steal our gold, and passed on their wisdom to the ancient people of Sumer. In this first of a 2-part look at Sitchin’s impact on Ancient Astronaut lore, we talk with Dr. Michael Heiser about the plausibility of Sitchin’s views from an evaluation of the ancient texts Sitchin purports to have used for his source material.

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Dec 21 2016

1hr 12mins

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Rank #12: Bringing Light to a Moth

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In this episode, Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (formerly CSICOP) investigator Joe Nickell joins the MonsterTalk crew for a look into the West Virginian legend of Mothman — allegedly a human-sized creature with wings and glowing red eyes. Nickell discusses the ways monsters evolve following a community’s initial reports, and the cyclical nature of spates of sightings.

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May 26 2010

46mins

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Rank #13: What the Fouke? The Beast of Boggy Creek

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Lyle Blackburn is a musician, actor, and cryptid researcher who explores the US in search of creatures in swamplands and backwoods. He is the author of The Beast of Boggy Creek: The True Story of the Fouke Monster and Lizard Man: The True Story of the Bishopville Monster. Lyle is a staff writer for the horror magazine Rue Morgue, he has been featured on Coast to Coast AM, and on numerous TV shows on Discovery, Animal Planet and more. Lyle joins us to discuss the history and impact of “the Boggy Creek Monster” on the small town of Fouke, Arkansas.

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Jun 08 2016

1hr 4mins

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Rank #14: 204 - Joe vs the Sea Monsters

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We're joined by veteran monster investigator Joe Nickell (of CSI) to discuss three historic sea monster cases he thinks he's solved. Classic monsters and science in this one.

Case Files discussed in this episode:

Gloucester Sea Serpent

Arkansas White River Monster

Kraken: Monster of the Deep

Also mentioned: Karen has some new short stories on Amazon!

Dec 19 2019

1hr 14mins

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Rank #15: The Life and Extraordinary Afterlife of H. P. Lovecraft

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Author Scott Poole (previously with us for Vampira and Monsters in America) joins us to talk about his new biography on American horror writer H. P. Lovecraft, In The Mountains of Madness: The Life and Extraordinary Afterlife of H.P. Lovecraft. What is it about the writing of this peculiar and complicated writer from New England that has cast such an oversized shadow over American literature?

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Jul 26 2017

1hr 18mins

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Rank #16: Ancient Alien Astronauts: Interview with Ken Feder

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Did ancient humans gain their technological achievements through the assistance of creatures from other planets? This week on MonsterTalk, Dr. Feder, an archaeology professor who has taught a course on the topic, shares his thoughts. Feder is the author of Frauds, Myths and Mysteries—a book with more good scientific content on the cover than most TV shows have in an entire season.

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Jul 27 2011

1hr 20mins

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Rank #17: The Enfield Poltergeist (Part 2)

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Part 2 of our look at the Enfield Poltergeist brings together interviews with Chris French (@ChrisCFrench), Joe Nickell (@RealJoeNickell) and Deborah Hyde (@jourdemayne). We look at why skeptics tend to be so reluctant to accept the existence of poltergeists.

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Apr 12 2017

1hr 11mins

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Rank #18: Monster Trek

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In this episode of MonsterTalk Blake Smith interviews Joe Gisondi, author of Monster Trek: The Obsessive Search for Bigfoot. A journalist professor takes us on a first-hand tour of Bigfoot Hunter culture.

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May 02 2017

59mins

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Rank #19: American Goblins — Part 2

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In this episode of MonsterTalk — The Science Show About Monsters, we continue our examination of the case of the Kentucky Goblins. Blake is joined by CSI investigator Joe Nickell to discuss the details of the Kelly-Hopkinsville case and what real world creature Joe thinks best accounts for the mysterious events on that Kentucky farm back in 1955.

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Oct 11 2017

1hr 4mins

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Rank #20: Spooky Geology

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In this episode, MonsterTalk welcomes back notable skeptic, scientist, researcher and author (and now Podcaster) Sharon Hill. Sharon’s got a new podcast (15 Credibility Street), new science blog (Spooky Geology), and a book coming out later this year. In this discussion we talk about skepticism, science communication and the mysterious phenomena known as The Stone Tape theory of repetitive hauntings.

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May 16 2017

45mins

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MonsterTalk Live - Speak of the Devil (Joe Laycock & Natasha Mikles)

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Speak of the Devil! No, really!  Our May 3, 2020 interview with Joe Laycock and his spouse and co-conspirator Natasha Mikles is here for you. Talking about his book, Speak of the Devil.

Speak of the Devil is the first book-length study of The Satanic Temple. Joseph Laycock, a scholar of new religious movements, contends that the emergence of "political Satanism" marks a significant moment in American religious history that will have a lasting impact on how Americans frame debates about religious freedom. Though the group gained attention for its strategic deployment of outrage, it claims to have developed beyond politics into a genuine religious movement. Equal parts history and ethnography, Speak of the Devil is Laycock's attempt to take seriously The Satanic Temple's work to redefine religion, the nature of pluralism and religious tolerance, and what "religious freedom" means in America.

You can snag it here: https://amzn.to/3er9nTx

You can watch the video of this interview here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-M4FHE5klQ

Jul 13 2020

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MonsterTalk Live - Sara Head

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Once again we welcome Sara Head from ArchyFantasies on to talk about the strange television show The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch. Is it good? (Spoilers - not if you want anything to happen in your TV shows.) But it was fun to sit down with Sara and talk again.

Archaeological Fantasies Podcast (podcast link) The Archy Fantasies Blog (blog link) If you want to watch this episode on video - you can! (youtube link).  Be sure to Like and Subscribe to our YouTube Channel!

Jul 07 2020

1hr 4mins

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MonsterTalk Live - Jerry Drake

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We're joined by Jerry Drake to discuss "Black Eyed Kids" and some interesting timing that suggests a possible origin for the legends.

Archived post from Bethel - July 30, 1997 - discussing Chaos Magick and Bloody Mary.

Reposting of Bethel's original BEK post - but not the original post. His original posting was dated August 28, 1997.

Jerry points out that at this time The X-Files was in its 4th season. A recurring image/concept in that show as "the black oil" virus, an alien mind-control entity that's most visible symptom is that it turns the eyes of the infected...black. 

In appearance, it is pretty much identical to the eyes in the kids described in Bethel's story.  Multiple episodes with this effect had aired since its first appearance in the episode Piper Maru back in 1996.   Further development of the concept (and more visuals) were in the episode Terma which aired quite close to the time of the original telling. Listen to the episode for more details.

Jun 24 2020

1hr 10mins

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213 - Ghosts and Sociology

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We interview Dr. David Aveline about his new project studying people who see or experience ghosts.  He's just getting started, but it's a really interesting conversation about how one puts together research into such a strange and complicated topic.

Notes: An article about Dr. Aveline's research

 The Thomas Theorem (1928) by William Isaac Thomas and Dorothy Swaine Thomas “If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences.”

The Banff Springs Hotel - allegedly haunted hotel discussed in the episode

The Stanley Hotel - Colorado hotel, inspiration for The Overlook in The Shining

Jun 02 2020

56mins

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Blake and Karen take listener questions

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In the March 29th episode, Karen and Blake hang out and take listener questions.

This video will be available on YouTube.

May 15 2020

1hr

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MonsterTalk Live - Douglas Tate

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Actor Douglas Tate joins us to talk about playing monsters in film.  Douglas has played Bigfoot more than any other actor. (YouTube of this interview)

(IMDB) Douglas Tait was born on December 17, 1978 in Tarzana, California, USA as Douglas J. Tait. He is known for his work on Annabelle Comes Home (2019), Hellboy (2019) and Legacies (2018).

May 15 2020

1hr

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MonsterTalk Live - Brian Sharpless - 22MAR2020

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[EXPLICIT] Audio (podcast) feed from our MonsterTalk Live - this one with Dr. Brian Sharpless discussing the weird (real life) conditions behind lots of movies and myths.

Brian previously joined us for one of my favorite interviews to discuss Sleep Paralysis.

Find Brian's books and info here: http://briansharpless.com/index.html

Video of this Interview:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvlN8c-CcZo&t=131s

May 06 2020

1hr 10mins

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212 - We Believe in Dinosaurs

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[Warning: This episode deals with politics and religion.]

Karen and Blake discuss the new film We Believe in Dinosaurs with filmmaker Clayton Brown (who co-directed with Monica Long Ross) and paleontologist Dan Phelps. 

Want to help Dan with his research into the financial entities behind these parks? Reach out to him and volunteer: edrioasteroid@msn.com

We Believe in Dinosaurs is streaming on: Amazon | Apple TV | Google Play | VUDU | X-Box

Interested in the movie? Join the Virtual Watch Party

THURSDAY, APRIL 30 - 7:00PM CT Join us from anywhere in the U.S. and watch the film LIVE with filmmakers and select film subjects. Get exclusive commentary and insights, plus submit your Q&As for live replies during the broadcast. REGISTER NOW

Discussed in the interview:

Alien Intrusion - the other Australian Young Earth Creationism we've covered.

NCSE - The national center for science education

Related Articles by Dan Phelps: 2016 article introducing the new Ark Encounter

The Ark Encounter as "Anti-Museum"

Photos from the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum courtesy Dan Phelps:

Apr 25 2020

1hr 16mins

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#211 - The Screaming Skulls

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Today Karen and Blake discuss "Screaming Skulls" - a surprisingly common yet particularly English kind of haunting. Karen has a new short story based on this legend.

Multiple Examples:

Possibly dozens more and many have disappeared over time.

1895 book with a chapter on various Screaming Skulls.

Allegedly, Lord Byron had a skull he used to drink from as a part of occult rituals. It, or a copy of it, was sold at auction in 2017 and was expected to fetch a tidy sum.

Patreon supporters can see attachment (PDFs) for various newspaper stories featuring an assortment of Screaming Skull tales.

F. Marion Crawford's famous short story on the topic.

The 1958 film The Screaming Skull. (streaming on Amazon, higher quality)

The Mystery Science Theater 3000 take on The Screaming Skull.

A nice little "documentary" about The Screaming Skull of Theophilus Broome.

Mar 31 2020

59mins

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Announcement: MonsterTalk Live

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We're doing a live video-chat with guest Brian Sharpless. Sunday night March 29, 2020 9 pm EST   The show is free - but it's being streamed via Facebook so you'll need to join the MonsterTalk Facebook Group to participate.   We plan to switch to streaming via YouTube soon - but this worked well in our small trial run last week.  Hopefully, you'll enjoy hanging out with some other listeners and talking monsters. The topic for this one is the psychological conditions behind popular horror movies!

Hang in there everybody! I hope to talk with you tomorrow. CDC Virus Info W.H.O. Virus Info 

Mar 29 2020

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Spooktator Presents: Hellier (Haylier)

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It's Blake here! I made a little cameo over at Hayley Stevens' podcast The Spooktator, joining Jeb Card (In ReSearch Of) to talk about the paranormal series HELLIER (Amazon, YouTube).  If you're not familiar with that show, it's an independent paranormal show that combines pretty much every kind of paranormal topic you can think of into a strange narrative about... you know what? 

Just check out our coverage.  

(And Hayley's extensive show notes HERE.) 

Mar 29 2020

1hr 8mins

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210 - Going Viral: The Covid19 Monster

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Discussing COVID19 with virology expert Vincent Racaniello.

Best place to get Covid19 Information: 

WHO (World Health Organization) and CDC (Center for Disease Control) sites for the latest factual information on this pandemic. 

Non-Profit Vaccine Effort: https://cepi.net/

Tony Fauci - NHI health advisor to US

Master site for Vincent's network: 

http://www.microbe.tv/

Shows from the Microbe.TV network: 

IMMUNE *

TWiEVO: This Week in Evolution *

TWiM: This Week in Microbiology *

TWiN: This Week in Neuroscience *

TWiP: This Week in Parasitism *

TWiV: This Week in Virology *

Urban Agriculture

Virus Watch

Audiommunity

Curioscity

BacterioFiles

omega tau

Public Health United

YouTube: Vincent's Video Channel

Mar 15 2020

1hr 10mins

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209 - Strange But True

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We are joined by author Kathryn Hulick, author of the new book Strange but True: 10 of the World's Greatest Mysteries Explained. The book introduces 10 weird topics covering everything from Atlantis to Zombies and meshes it all with skepticism and critical thinking. It's a great way to introduce a curious teen to the strange and unusual while arming them with the right tools to examine the questions critically. 

Topics include haunted houses, zombies, the mystery of Dyatlov pass and more.

Find Kathryn on twitter @KHulick.

Mar 11 2020

49mins

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Introducing Life's Little Mysteries

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The world can be a pretty mysterious place and we at Live Science love to ask and answer questions about mysteries big and small: about ancient civilizations, our planet and our solar system, the plants and animals that live alongside us, our bodies and how they work, and the technologies that we use every day. Join us on this exciting voyage of discovery and downright weirdness as we solve… Life’s Little Mysteries.

Find Life's Little Mysteries in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audioboom, iHeartRadio, or whatever your favorite podcast app is!

Mar 02 2020

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208 - Monsters in the Media

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We welcome Dr. James Mueller, associate dean of Journalism at the University of North Texas.  

He's the author of three books (with a fourth on the way) and they are: 

Shooting Arrows and Slinging Mud: Custer, the Press, and the Little Bighorn

Tag Teaming the Press

Towel Snapping the Press.

He's also a member of the American Journalism Historians Association, and he joins us to talk about the history of newspapers and journalism and how to contextualize weird stories in the news.

Discussed in this episode:

Newspaper Rock - Petroglyph news

New York Sun - Great Moon Hoax

Gilbert Gottfried Incident after 9/11.  (His take on it.)

Jacko the Canadian "Gorilla" hoax

Tombstone "Thunderbird" hoax

The Great Airship Mystery (wiki, book by Dan Cohen)

Historically Black Newspapers archived (Blog-post Newspapers.com)

Stanley &  Livingston story 

History of photos being used in newspapers (1870s - 1880s)

Saudi involvement in the Sudan civil war (mentioned during the interview) However, Dr. Mueller corrected this via email and said he meant to say YEMEN not SUDAN.

Feb 22 2020

1hr 14mins

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207 - The Guyra Ghost

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Karen tells us about her research into the strange 1921 case known as "The Guyra Ghost."  Rocks thrown, windows broken, strange knockings, spiritualists, and more!  Her write up of this investigation appears in the January 2020 issue of Fortean Times.

Discussed in this episode:

The Guyra Ghost Mystery (1921) - lost contemporary comedy film shot on location

Minnie Bowen, the center of the alleged haunting:

Photograph of window damage at the Bowen home.

Related:

Karen's two recent short stories: Inspired by the events of The Guyra Ghost: Welcome Home

Inspired by the tale of Lord Dufferin's omen: Room for One More 

Feb 01 2020

1hr 3mins

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#206 - Magic: Wicca and Witchcraft

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We are joined by Rebecca Fox, who has been both a witch and a science & skepticism advocate, to discuss the history of modern witchcraft. 

RIP Terry Jones (of Monty Python) who passed away on Tuesday, Jan 21, 2020.

Discussed in this episode:

Gerald Gardner, father of Wicca

Doreen Valiente

Margaret Murray, an anthropologist whose The Witch-Cult in Western Europe was very influential on both Wicca and H. P. Lovecraft & R. E. Howard

Ronald Hutton, author of Triumph of the Moon and The Witch.

Jan 22 2020

1hr 21mins

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#205 - Burial Practice Makes Perfect

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Tana's Thesis: Paying Respects: Death, Commodity Culture, and the Middle Class in Victorian London.

Death Photos of the Victorian Age - memento mori

The Catholic incorruptible saints

British "natural death" burial laws

Garden Cemeteries

The Cremation Society (behind the 1902 UK Cremation Act)

The Highgate Vampire case of the early 1970s

Nicholas Cage's pyramid tomb in New Orleans St. Louis Cemetery

(Source: Atlas Obscura)

New Orleans Above Ground Burial:

"When St. Peter Street graveyard was close to capacity, city officials established St. Louis Cemetery #1. At the time, Esteban Miro was the governor of New Orleans, and his allegiance was to Spain. Therefore, when the St. Louis Cemetery was developed, the wall vault system that was popular in Spain at the time was adopted for those who wished to be buried stylishly above ground. Ground burial also continued at St. Louis Cemetery."

Mort Safes - protected corpses from resurrectionists, not the public from wandering dead.

Burke & Hare - notorious resurrectionists turned murderers, inspired:

"Saved by the Bell" etymology derives from boxing, not grave bells

Launching ashes into space

"Jet" the source of the phrase "jet black" and the Whitby Jet mourning jewelry referenced

Key West cemetery

Dec 29 2019

1hr 13mins

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Christmas Special 2019

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A reading of The Night Wire by H. F. Arnold.  Karen and I wish you all a safe and happy holiday.  Oh - and if you're doing any traveling for the season I suggest you steer clear of Xebico.

Some background on Mr. Arnold.

Dec 24 2019

16mins

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204 - Joe vs the Sea Monsters

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We're joined by veteran monster investigator Joe Nickell (of CSI) to discuss three historic sea monster cases he thinks he's solved. Classic monsters and science in this one.

Case Files discussed in this episode:

Gloucester Sea Serpent

Arkansas White River Monster

Kraken: Monster of the Deep

Also mentioned: Karen has some new short stories on Amazon!

Dec 19 2019

1hr 14mins

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iTunes Ratings

933 Ratings
Average Ratings
761
86
30
22
34

Love it!

By kh29825 - Dec 13 2019
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From the puns to the topics this show is awesome. They make a skeptic show about monsters fun!

Fave

By LongRoadOutOfHell - Sep 27 2019
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This is definitely my favorite podcast. For sure allllllll my people ♥️!