This week we look at the frightening origins behind one of Gothic Horror’s most famous monsters: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
This week we feature UFO updates and other news, along with a study in the myth and superstition behind werewolves, examining the “wolf man” motif from different parts of the world.
This week we are joined for a UFO discussion by blogger Jazz Shaw, who shares his views on the media and shifting attitudes about the UFO subject, and what it means in modern society.
This week we explore the history behind Sasquatch in a survey of historical evidence, famous hoaxes, and notable eyewitness encounters with America’s elusive great ape.
This week, we take a comprehensive look at the Dyatlov Pass incident and new evidence which may help to resolve this 60-year-old cold case mystery.
This week we discuss anomalies of the animal kingdom, as well as SETI, cosmology, and issues pertaining to the scientific community with guest Dr. Brian Keating.
This week we discuss New Zealand’s Maori culture with Laird Scranton, who presents evidence for links between their language and other world cultures.
This week, Micah brings the listeners along on an adventure into the Linville Gorge, home of the famous Brown Mountain Lights and other mysteries.
This week we explore several anomalies in archaeology, along with traditions from South America that may point to interactions between early cultures, and migrations to the world by ancient mariners.
This week we look at how the concept of the “monolith” featured in the film “2001: A Space Odyssey” has shaped the future of space travel and the scientific search for alien life.
This week we are joined by Brett Tingley, an investigative writer for sites that include The Warzone, whose recent articles on a series of mysterious U.S. Navy patents have been raising questions… and eyebrows.
This week we discuss Russian inference in UFO studies over the decades, as well as how the subject relates to Area 51 with researcher and author Nick Redfern.
This week, we kick off the newly rechristened podcast with a journey back in time to the mysterious “Cradle of Humanity” in Eastern Africa, as we explore many known (and unknown) hominid ancestors archaeologists have discovered.
This week we look at the remarkable story of Apollo 11, which put men on the moon in one of the greatest achievements of the 20th century.