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There are lots of things to read about this on the Internet and you will not find a definitive answer, I'm afraid. My conclusions are based on parsimony not on explicit proof. Besides, we all know how hard it is to prove a negative. It's a complex to... more
A lighthearted discussion of the cryptids of Connecticut with the author and illustrator of more
We conclude our two-part look at Boleskine House, on the shores of Loch Ness. Matt Baxter joins Karen and Blake to wrap up this investigation. more
One of the most relaxing shows to take a nap to.
Damn it! Another intriguing podcast bites the dust. I subscribed to your podcast after I heard you as a guest on another one in this category, and today was the day I went to one of your episodes to give it a listen and then... the male host mentioned that one of his family members did not have C0Vid. I am unsubscribing based on any host or contributor on here acknowledging the C-word as a legitimate spooky scary thing!
Having a skeptical podcast on monsters, aliens, and cryptids is refreshing in the sea paranormal podcasts. A lot of other podcasts that discuss the paranormal have a bad habit at taking things at face value and not really dissect the case they’re presented with. MonsterTalk provides a healthy dose of science and fact checking that I don’t see enough of in paranormal podcasts. Of course, MonsterTalk’s true goal is science, not belief in the supernatural. But I always feel that science needs to co... more
Thrilled to discover this podcast by way of their conversation with my old teacher Eric Mortensen, with whom I traveled to southeastern Tibet some 17 years ago. Hearing stories of the Tibetan “yeti” reawakened my interest in the storytelling traditions of Appalachia and their extra-Christian maps of the physical and nonphysical world around them. more
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MonsterTalk launched 15 years ago and published 375 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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