Three best buddies - Rhys Darby, Dan Schreiber, and Leon 'Buttons' Kirkbeck bring you The Cryptid Factor - a podcast dedicated to all things weird that are yet to be defined by science. Since 2008 they have passionately (and often awkwardly) been discussing 'cryptids' and monsters like Yeti, Chupacabra, Bigfoot and Nessie - as well as weird news of the world, UFO's, Time travellers, robots and space stuff. Though they take these pseudo-sciences as seriously as they can, they struggle to take themselves seriously at all. Hosted by comedian and actor Rhys Darby, star of top rating podcast 'No Such Thing as a Fish' Dan Schreiber - and Pulling it all together is their best friend, 'Buttons'. If anything goes wrong, it is probably his fault.
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And we’re back! It’s been a long time since Mothers day, but it’s finally out! In here you’ll get some camouflage chaos, some screaming plants, and a tiny crypto-museum that gets huge ‘shribe-reveal’! We also got some box creature with too many eyes,... more
Prepare yourself for this one. Not only is it packed full of all your usual Mammoth Meatballs, Ketchup Elvis hunters, Turkey Claus, Wolf-Tang Clams, Roast Beef Mothman, Bigfoot bathing, Mothership full of Alien Drones and a terrified son of Buttons..... more
At last the world has a chance to hear Episode 82 - although will they really want to? Despite being filled to the brim with Bear faces on Mars, Mystery Sausages in mailboxes, Predictable Asparagus Fortune-tellers, an Eyewitness Account of a Mothman ... more
Each episode is a crazy ride. It’s like climbing into these best friends heads for an hour or so and learn a few things about crytids. I have never laughed so hard while questioning mine, and their, sanity. It’s my favorite!
I’ve listened to three episodes, after a lot of effort and the presenter who talks nonstop through his nose, over everybody else makes it unlistenable. Maybe if they had a comedian onboard it would help but I doubt it.
This SUCH a good radio show! more
Gotta love Rhys’ chaos. Dan always brings interesting stories to the table in any podcast…. And Buttons… if these are his friends then he must be pretty alright. This show is a smile guaranteed
What’s not to love!? They are so wholesome, funny, and make you wish they were all your dads! I love cryptids and when I found out my favorite actor had a podcast about them with his friends I was over the moon. Keep putting them out if you guys can and I’ll be waiting to laugh along.
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The Cryptid Factor launched 10 years ago and published 82 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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