Episodes

Ep. 73 – The Ouija Board

The Ouija Board, also known as a spirit or talking board, is a flat board marked with the letters of the alphabet, the numbers 0-9, the words “yes”, “no, and “goodbye”, and is used to communicate with the spirits of those that have died. With the aid of a small heart-shaped device called a planchette, […]

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Bonus Ep. – Ian Jaydid and Lucid Dreaming

Ian Jaydid is the author of the novel “Tripping the Field: An Existential Crisis of Ungodly Proportions”, and at the age of 19, he discovered that he was able to experience lucid dreaming. He became fully aware when he was dreaming, and although he couldn’t control his dreams, he was able to steer them in […]

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Ep. 72 – Stranger West Author John Olsen Tells Us Scary Stories

John Olsen is the author of the Stranger Bridgerland series, a book series recounting the true paranormal stories from people all across the Western United States. Inspired by his own experiences with the unknown, he has spent 30 years interviewing and documenting stories of those who have witnessed the strange and unusual. The house he […]

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Ep. 71 – The Green Children of Woolpit

The Green Children of Woolpit are two children, a brother and sister, who showed up in the town of Woolpit in the 12th century. They had a green hue to their skin, were wearing clothing made from a strange material, and spoke a language no one could understand. Despite starving, the children wouldn’t eat any […]

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Ep. 70 – Stories of Bigfoot on Mount St. Helens

In July of 1924, a group of gold prospectors reportedly encountered multiple Bigfoot on the east flank of Mt. St. Helens, where they hastily fired their guns on them. The violence proved to be a mistake. That night, their cabin was assailed by a barrage of rocks, and they heard, and felt, giant bodies slamming […]

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Ep. 69 – Indrid Cold, The Grinning Man

In November 1966, near Point Pleasant, WV, Woodrow ‘Woody’ Derenberger witnessed a UFO land in front of his vehicle while driving home from work one night. A door opened from the craft, and a man stepped out. The man was wearing a glistening green uniform, and he had a huge grin on his face. While […]

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Ep. 68 – Summerwind Mansion

Summerwind Mansion, considered Wisconsin’s most haunted house, is located on the shores of West Bay Lake. When it was purchased by the Lamont’s in 1916, the maids informed them that it was haunted, and even though they experienced weird and unexplained things throughout the years, it wasn’t until the mid-1930’s that the family’s feelings changed. […]

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Ep. 67 – Villisca Axe Murder House

On June 10th, 1912, two adults and six children were found brutally bludgeoned to death by an ax in Villisca, Iowa. Because all of the victims were found in their bed, it is thought that the murderer waited in the attic for everyone to fall asleep before going room by room, killing them all. From […]

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Ep. 66 – The Montauk Project

On the eastern tip of Long Island, NY, lies rumors of a hidden underground government base that is home to horrifying genetic meddling, time travel, and mind control experiments, all of which have become known as the Montauk Project. This base, established as Camp Hero, was used as coastal defense, but was shut down in […]

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Ep. 65 – Wendigo

The Wendigo is a cannibalistic spirit that closely resembles a zombie. The best known way to become a Wendigo is by eating another human being, even when done out of necessity for survival. It appears to be gaunt, with its skin stretched tight across its bones, has massive, sunken eyes, and very sharp claws. There […]

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