Recorded January 9th, 2018
(Interview Starts at 36:42)
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:
Recorded December 19th, 2017
We look back at our shows from the year of 2017 and look forward to 2018.
Happy New Year!!
Recorded December 18th (Intro) and December 19th, 2017
The great Dr. Future emerged from his Hermit Cave to join us in the studio to help us end 2017 on the show. We discuss with Dr. Future about the new book he is working on as part of his magnum opus "Holy Wars Chronicles" series.
We look at how the Russian Orthodox church has increased it's influence in Russian and the rest of the world at the expense of other denominations inside Russia. We also delve into how the religious right has cozied up next to the ROC and view as the leader of Christian civilization.
Please check out Dr. Future's blog at:
In the intro Seriah Azkath and Chris Wolford join us to discuss the revelations from the Pentagon UFO study.
There is an extended version of this conversation available on our Patreon at:
Recorded December 12, 2017 (Intro) and December 18th, 2017 (Interview)
Michael Hughes rejoins us for a discussion about an article he posted on Medium back in May entitled "Good Riddance, Conspiracy Nuts: Why You Won’t Hear Me Talk about “Pizzagate” and Other Bullshit Conspiracies Anymore" We deal with Mike's disillusionment with the conspiracy culture and it's use as a political tool. Mike also tells us about some of his experiences refuting Pizzagate and some of the flak he's received because of it.
In the intro Rob and Adam discuss Spectrophillia, Oumuamua, socially concious Sci-fi, and more Facebook stupidity.
Link to Mike's article:
and his website:
Recorded December 5th, 2017
We welcome Travis Walton to the show to discuss the events that are portrayed in his book "Fire in the Sky". In 1975 Travis became one of the best known UFO abductees when he and his logging crew encountered a strange light in the sky that changed his life and the crew's forever. We speak to Travis about what he encountered on the craft and the subsequent events that occurred. Travis also tells us about how the events changed him and how they have affected even now forty plus years later.
We then speak to Jennifer Stein the director and producer of the "Travis " documentary. Jennifer tells us about her own experiences and how they sparked her interest in UFOs. We also discuss how she became interested in Travis' case and began work on her documentary about the events.
Check out Travis' website and info about the documentary at:
Recorded November 21st, 2017
We return from our two week hiatus with an extra long show with two guests.
First we speak to Jason Fabok about some of his experiences with the paranormal. Jason is an artist for DC comics and is very interested in the topics we talk about on the show. We discuss with Jason some of his encounters with the paranormal, how he got into the comics business and his current work on a special issue of Swamp Thing.
Second, Brian Godawa joins us for his fourth time on the show. We speak to Brian about his new book "Remnant" the second installment of his "Chronicles of the Apocalypse" series. Brian gets a little deeper int the Preterist view of End Times Prophecy and how it has influenced his work. We also discuss some of what is going on in Hollywood right now.
Check out Jason's work at:
and Brian's material at:
Recorded November 14th, 2017
Jenny Ashford joins us for our first all True Crime show. We speak to Jenny about her new book "The Faceless Villain: A Collection of the Eeriest Unsolved Murders of the 20th Century: Volume One". We look at some lesser known cases of unsolved murders from the early 20th century from 1902 to 1959. The cases include the Axman of New Orleans, the Boy in the Box, and the Benny Evangelista case.
You can reach Jenny at:
Recorded November 7th, 2017
In this episode we bring back a guest we haven't had on for an extremely long time. Devan Byrne joins us to give an update on his further journeys in the spirit world and other dimensions. We also discuss his general outlook on life, his shifts into other dimensions, the concept of Christ Consciousness and how he may or may not be the antichrist.
In the intro Kurt and Nick from https://crypticapparel.com/ join us to discuss the weird stuff that inspired them to start their clothing line.
You can reach out to Devan at:
Recorded November 5th, 2017
We welcome Aage Nost back to the show to discuss some of his ideas about what the future holds for humanity. Aage takes on a journey exploring some of his ideas about Earth being terraformed, strange structures on the Moon, project blue beam, and time travel. We also discuss some of his ideas on creating your own timeline.
In the intro Chris Wolford joins us to give us an update on Tom Delonge's latest venture, who is involved, and whether or no he hopes anything will come of it.
You can check out Aage's site at:
Recorded October 14th-20th, 2017
Intro Recorded October 27th
Just recently Adam took a road trip to the northeast to visit some of our friends in the podcast world. These include Seriah Azkath, Peter Robbins, Jennifer Stein, and Tim Renner and his co-host James from the Strange Familiars podcast. These interviews vary in location from Ithaca, NY, Philadelphia, PA, Albatwich day to points in between. Plus Adam got to appear live with Seriah on the "Where did the Road Go" podcast and that interview is included here along with a brief appearance on Seriah's music show "Last Exit for the Lost"
In case you want to skip ahead:
14:07- Albatwich Day
34:07- "Where Did the Road Go?" Interview
1:48:00- "Last Exit for the Lost"
01:54:45- Peter Robbins Interview
02:42:10- Jennifer Stein"
03:17:10- Lunch with Tim and James from "Strange Familiars"