This episode dips its toes into a new format... for now! So you think you want to start your own ghost tour business? We discuss some of the challenges and rewards of taking on that project. We also bring up the fact that some CGI people look so damn creepy, and wonder about why our brain processes them that way. By the way, f@#k you, 2020!
We're back with more content better suited for a video podcast! Josiah starts us off with the K-II meter, Steve starts a discussion after reading an article about hoaxes and skepticism, and Mike wraps things up with a look into black scrying mirrors!
The episode time lengthens again, but this time it's REALLY worth it! If you are familiar with the artwork "Prince of Peace", then you may know the extraordinary story of Akiane, and Josiah explains why the term "prodigy" does not begin to describe this incredible artist! Mike passes along some examples of creepy last words of dying people that might make it tough for you to fall asleep tonight! Steve reminds us of the famous photo of The Brown Lady ghost. He explains her origins, describes her sightings, as well as discussing why you shouldn't shoot a ghost in the face!
We're back with a bite-sized show! We take you around the world, as Josiah leads off with the amazing structure known as the Hypogeum at Malta. Steve brings us the cryptid Mapinguari of Brazil, and Mike shares some strange tales of Thailand.
Lucky 13 brings us an episode that has been in the can for a while, just waiting to be released! Mike starts a discussion of the roles of ghost stories in folklore, Steve shares declassified reports of UFO sightings by the military, Josian reports on the Jersey Devil, and Titan Leeds is out new hero!
Josiah finishes up discussing the multi-century journey of the Count of St. Germain, Steve destroys our fragile perceptions of Atlantis, and Mike introduces the audio treasure that is CBS Radio Mystery Theater.
A streamlined episode proved to be not enough time for Josiah, as his tale of Count St. Germain will need to spill over to the next episode! Steve explains the mysteries of Japan's suicide forest, and Mike recounts the remote spoon-bending experiment of Uri Geller.
No, this isn't a 70's supergroup! Listen as we spin the Wheel of People to decide the fate of the crew! It's not really that serious, but it beats a dart board. ITC, folklore, and taking whacks with an axe are the true stars of this episode.
In this uplifting episode, we ponder what to do on a slow night. You could listen to dying space travelers, allow your soul to fly outside of your body, or write a giant book referred to as The Devil's Bible! The choice is yours, but choose wisely! Good times, good times...
Another mega-episode starts off with updates on an upcoming event in Freeport, Illinois as well as the The Dyatlov Pass incident. Featured topics include The Cage in England where witches were contained, a callback to Ghost Lab, and a question of what is the standard of "evidence" when investigating the paranormal.
This super-sized episode makes up for Josiah being cut short last week! We review events from the past week before he gives us a piece of history regarding Ed and Lorraine Warren. Steve then reveals a mysterious tunnel system in Death Valley, and Mike tries to make sense of EMF.
Studio upgrades delayed this episode a bit, and now we try to rise to producing a show worthy of our new recording equipment! After an initial discussion of paranormal paydays, we move into discussions of fraudulent apportations (please don't sniff the ectoplasm), an ancient computer found near a pineapple under the sea, and Josiah has to wait another week to fire off his hot topic!
Wendigos (or is it windigos?), the Villisca Ax(e) Murders, and a girl losing one of Steve's dowsing rods are featured in this episode! If you like what you hear, please subscribe, make us a favorite, leave a comment, or do whatever you folks do to let us know you are listening!
After a long break. the show is finally back! A new era begins, if that can really be said after only two previous episodes, one of which was only available on YouTube... Nevertheless, original host Mike Grasso is now joined by Steve Bartel and Josiah Lee Henson in an ongoing discussion of their views of the paranormal world! In this show, they discuss their backgrounds in paranormal investigation, what brought them there, and what brought them together. Please send any comments or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. And remember, we will see you in the dark!