Recorded July 31st, 2018
For Episode 221 we have a dual guest show. First off we welcome Scott L from Ghostly Talk to the show. Ghostly Talk was one of the first paranormal podcasts dating all the way back from 2002! We talk about Scott's conception for the show, it's format during it's run, how the paranormal changed while the show was on, and Scott bringing it back. We also dig deep into Scott's philosophy of podcasting.
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In part two we welcome Brian Godawa back to the show to discuss his new book "Resistant: Revolt of the Jews". We delve into some of Brian's ideas about the Preterist view of prophecy and some if it's implications.
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Recorded July 24th, 2018
We welcome a new guest to the show, Rich Blackett to discuss some of his work on the mythology and folklore surrounding wolves. This is from the material that Rich has gathered for his upcoming book on the subject. W e look into the existence of an ancient Wolf Cult, gods and goddesses that were identified as wolves, and the existence of wolf symbolism in various warrior cultures.
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Also, our new friend Dan Maslak joins us to share some info on the Atlanta Child Murders and also some strange encounters he's had with something in the woods.
Recorded July 18th, 2018
We were very excited to finally have Joshua Cutchin rejoin us to discuss his new book "Thieves in the Night: A Brief History of Supernatural Child Abductions" We go into detail with Josh on Fairy lore and how it relates to the fairies stealing children and replacing them with Changelings. We also look into some of the more scientific explanations for the phenomenon and whether they match up with the lore. We also compare the fairy child abductions with abductions by aliens and even Bigfoot.
Check out Josh's website with links to purchase his books here:
Recorded July 17th, 2018
Returning guest Jennifer Stein and new guest Kathleen Marden are joining us to discuss the upcoming 2018 MUFON symposium. Jennifer is organinizing the Symposium this year and Kathleen is one of the speakers that will be presenting. Jennifer takes us down the list of the speakers, presentations, and other events that are planned at this years Symposium. We than discuss with Kathleen some of her research into Alien Abductees and some of the info she will be presenting this year. We also look a little bit into the Betty and Barney Hill case which Kathleen has great knowledge as she is Betty Hill's niece.
For more info on the MUFON Symposium please visit:
and Kathleen's website at:
Recorded June 26th, 2018
We had the real privilege of speaking to the screen writer of "The Mothman Prophecies", Richard Hatem. We discuss with Richard his entry into screenwriting in Hollywood and what shows inspired him. He than tells us about how he became interested in the "Mothman" and how the screenplay developed over time. Then the conversation gets really deep on the nature of the paranormal and life and death.
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Recorded June 27th, 2018
Kenn Thomas rejoins us to discuss his work on the Octopus conspiracy. How did the suspicious death of journalist Danny Casolaro in 1991 shed light on a much vaster conspiracy involving the CIA, the middle east and even UFOs? This is the question that Kenn and his co-author, Jim Keith asked when they published the books in the late 1990s. We also look at the life and Kenn's association with Adam Parfray.
In the outro Adam and Serfiel examine whether we are heading into another civil war or not.
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Recorded June 19th, 2018
We end up in Studio B tonight for our discussion (in three different countries) with Melissa Martell and John Chadwick from "The Drawing Out the Spirits Podcast" which is also a Youtube Channel. We speak to Melissa and John about some of their ideas for the show and some of their weird experiences that have inspired them. we also end up getting a little political on this episode as well.
You can check out Melissa and John's show at:
Recorded June 6th to 8th 2018
Adam took a trip out west to see a family member recently and decided to stop by the Los Angeles area to meet up with a few of our favorite guests. Included are two interviews with Robert Guffey and Adam Gorightly. Plus there is a small walking tour with Walter Bosley on some of the significant places he describes in his "Empire of the Wheel" series.
Interview: May 12th 2018
Book Review: May 22nd 2018
In Part One, we (Adam and Serfiel) speak to Roejen Razorwire from the Project: Archivist Podcast about a number of topics. We first get into his ideas he had in creating his podcast, his experiences of his own childhood "possession", and his ideas on Skepticism and the Paranormal.
Part Two is our second ever Book review. We look into the book, "Programmed to Kill" by Dave McGowan. We talk mind control, the Pheonix Program the pedophacracy, and how both may have to do with serial Killers.
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Recorded May 22nd, 2018
We welcome return guest William Ramsey to the show to discuss his new film "The Smiley Face Killers: Who is abducting, torturing and murdering college-aged men in the US and UK?". We are also joined by the main researcher on the film, Jim Smith, to help us iron out this strange, horrifying and compelling subject.
You can get the film on demand here:
And to check out Wiliam's other material: