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Jeb is right at home as we go In Search Of... Mexican Pyramids! Links from research more
Dr. Joe Nickell recalls his experiences working on the Season 4 episode of In Search Of… dealing with The Shroud of Turin. more
Jeb and Blake unwrap the mystery of the shroud of Turin! (Which might, it turns out, be neither a shroud, nor from Turin - talk amongst yourselves!) more
I was thinking about doing a podcast about In Search Of, but once I found this show I gave up. They are doing a much better job than what I would have done frankly. I like the show and decided to change my show idea to something else as a result.
The only downside is that there was never an episode on the Hexham Heads for them to give a 10 on weirdness
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IRO isn’t updated as regularly/often as some of my other favorite podcasts, but oh man, is it worth the wait. Jeb and Blake play off each other very well and both are such amazing researchers. If you’re a paranormal nerd or a fan of In Search Of, you need these two geeks and their wonderful podcast in your life.
Two boomers in love with the sound of their own voices - but also well informed, intellectually curious, and in the case of Blake, sometimes quite funny.
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