Recorded March 13th, 2018
Nick Redfern joins us to discuss his new book "The Slenderman Mysteries". We look at the origins of the Slenderman tale, his antecedents, and sightings of the Slenderman. We also look at the stabbing case in Waukesha, WI and other weirdness involved in that town.
In the intro Timothy Renner joins us to discuss some reports he has recived of the Flannel Man.
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Recorded March 6th, 2018
We welcome first time guest Gary Lachman to the show to discuss his book "Beyond the Robot: The Life and Work of Colin Wilson". Adam discusses with Gary his interest in the British author Colin Wilson. Wilson had a great interest in the paranormal and wrote about it extensively. (Some of that material we used on the show) We also look into some of Wilson's early writing on Existentialism and how that philosophy influences his later work on the paranormal and other subjects.
Section 2 is our first ever book review. Serfiel Stevenson joins us as we look at James Shelby Downard's autobiography "The Carnivals of Life and Death: MY Profane Youth 1913-1935.
You can contact Gary Lachman at:
Recorded February 27th, 2018
We officially usher in the 200s with our friends and very special guests Grimsteak and James Cruz from the Cruzin with Steak podcast. We speak to the guys about 80s hair bands, Electric Universe theory, their favorite conspiracy theories and why they started their podcast.
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Recorded January 30th- February 12th, 2018
Our 200th episode event continues in a special bonus episode edition. Adam talks to some of our favorite guests that couldn't make the trek down to Nashville for the big event. This is much more of a UFO themed show than the main 200th episode with each guest giving their opinion on some of the latest developments in the world of Ufology. Plus some Bitcoin discussion and the Secret Space Program.
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Recorded February 3rd, 2018
It's finally here! Episode 200 has cometh. We assembled a powerhouse trio of guests. Joshua Cutchin and Randall Carlson both came up from Atlanta to bre a part of the show. Dr. Future also appears and the discussion began to transcend time and space.
Enough said guys please enjoy and a big thank you to all our listeners and supporters who have gotten us to 200 episodes!
Recorded February 6th, 2018
Micah Hanks triumphantly returns to the show and he is joined by his associates Jason Pentrail and James Waldo. We discuss with them their new venture the "Seven Ages Research Associates" Seven Ages specializes in archaelogy and historical mysteries. We look into the debate on a comet impact that caused the Younger Dryas, the various eras of human habitation in North America, and the Solutrean Hypotheis.
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Recorded January 30th, 2018
We welcome back Timothy Renner to the show to discuss his first book, "Beyond the Seventh Gate". Tim investigates some urban legends in his hometown of York, PA about the Seven Gates of Hell. Tim doesn't find much evidence of these gates but he does find accounts of cryptid creatures, folk magic, and even UFO phenomenon all surrounding an area called Toad Rd.
IN the intro we discuss the documentary "Wormwood" and how it was apparently popular to throw people out windows in the 40s and 50s.
Check out Timothy Renner's author page at:
Recorded January 23rd, 2018
Wren Collier rejoins the show to discuss his political beliefs which are somewhat different than others we've had on in the past. Wren tells how he believes that Communism is one of the best systems that can be lived under. We discuss some of the mistakes that were made by the Soviet Union. We also look at the future and what Wren believes should change in the United States.
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Recorded January 22nd, 2018
We are very excited to welcome first time guests Derek Gilbert and Josh Peck to the show. We discuss their new book "The Day the Earth Stands Still" about the Christian response to the UFO phenomenon. We look into the roots of the Ancient Alien theory, UFOs as a new religion, and some of the implications from Podesta's emails.
Plus is Morgan Freeman really Jimi Hendrix and a special appearance by William Hung!!
You get info about Derek and Josh's book at:
Recorded January 9th, 2018
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We start put 2018 welcoming a special guest to Conspirinormal. Richard Lloyd joins us to discuss his book "Everything is Combustible: Television, CBGBs and Five Decades of Rock and Roll". We also discuss some of his ideas about reality, remembering his birth, and his time in the band Television.
You can purchase the book here at: