278 – Kallikantzaroi: Christmas Goblins And Legends Of The Twelvetide

Every year, it seems like the Christmas season starts earlier and earlier, and you can see people getting annoyed about it on social media. Some people say it’s inappropriate to get your Christmas decorations up until the day after Thanksgiving. But it’s not like department stores are listening to this, they get their Holiday displays … Continue reading 278 – Kallikantzaroi: Christmas Goblins And Legends Of The Twelvetide

227 – Weird Christmas: The World’s Strangest Yuletide Traditions

You know we love Christmas, after all we’ve already had five shows on the topic, covering things like: Christmas Monsters: Ten Terrors Of The Yuletide Holiday Hauntings: Christmas Ghost Stories Krampus: The Christmas Demon Elves: More Than Just Santa’s Little Helpers Santa Claus Is Real: Toys, Traditions, And Tulpas Which means when we’re looking for … Continue reading 227 – Weird Christmas: The World’s Strangest Yuletide Traditions

71 – Christmas Monsters: Ten Terrors of the Yuletide

Christmas is all about peace on Earth, goodwill towards men, hey, it’s the time to say “I love you”, right? We make jokes about Santa’s list including the kids who are “naughty and nice”, but no one really means it. Even the naughty kids seem to get presents for the holidays. All the bullies I grew up with got … Continue reading 71 – Christmas Monsters: Ten Terrors of the Yuletide

17 – Holiday Hauntings: Christmas Ghost Stories

If it’s the most wonderful time of the year, why are we sharing scary haunted tales? Explore the history of the tradition of telling spooky Christmas ghost stories! More links on Christmas Ghost Stories: Hypnogoria article on “The Origins of Ghost Stories at Christmas” Deseret News, “Telling Ghost Stories is a lost tradition on Christmas Eve” … Continue reading 17 – Holiday Hauntings: Christmas Ghost Stories

13 – Krampus: The Christmas Demon

It’s the Holiday season and St. Nick’s Day was just this past weekend on Saturday, December 6th. Wendy Lynn is on vacation, so Mike brings his sister, Allison Jornlin, from Milwaukee Ghosts, again for a discussion on one of the less famous European Yuletide traditions, Krampus, the Christmas Demon. They begin with a discussion of … Continue reading 13 – Krampus: The Christmas Demon

296 – The Beast of Bray Road Returns: The 30th Anniversary with Linda Godfrey

“A certain number of people, good honest working folk, had seen something—something unusual. Something scary. Something hairy that relished pavement patty dinners!”  That was the caption underneath the cartoon of an upright wolf eating roadkill that ran in the December 29th, 1991 article ofThe Week, the local paper of the small Wisconsin city of Elkhorn. It was an article that they … Continue reading 296 – The Beast of Bray Road Returns: The 30th Anniversary with Linda Godfrey

295 – WE’RE BAAAAAAACK! A recap of the past 19 months away from our regularly scheduled ‘cast

Hello, dear listener! It’s been a bit since we published a “traditional episode” of this audio podcast, and we want you to know that we’re still here and we’re still at it! This episode is a quick “hello” and a little retrospective of what has gone on in our world since the last episode was … Continue reading 295 – WE’RE BAAAAAAACK! A recap of the past 19 months away from our regularly scheduled ‘cast

Greg Lawson on “Roswell: The After-Action Report”

We discuss “The Paranormal Detective” Greg Lawson’s new book, Roswell: The After Action Report. It’s a great primer if you’re interested in learning more about who the key players are in the most famous UFO crash of all time. With three decades of law enforcement experience, Greg creates dossiers of all the important figures who … Continue reading Greg Lawson on “Roswell: The After-Action Report”