In this episode Timothy introduces James, his new partner for paranormal investigations – and a voice you’ll be hearing a lot more on Strange Familiars. They talk about some weird happenings from James’ childhood: Were bigfoot creatures stalking around his family home? What was the strange thing is father saw crouched along Toad Road? (They also promised to get to some of Timothy’s experiences but ran out of time. Look for those on a future episode.)
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Episode 14 notes and links:
Michael Anderson: https://drekka.bandcamp.com
Intro and background music by Stone Breath – which is Timothy’s band. You can find more at http://stonebreath.bandcamp.com
The song which closes the episode is Old Bones from the new Stone Breath album, Witch Tree Prophets. https://stonebreath.bandcamp.com/album/witch-tree-prophets
Part 2 of 2 of a conversation with Greg Bishop and Jeff Ritzmann about the failure of Paranormal groups, and the very aiti-structural nature of the phenomena. Jeff also recounts how delving into this stuff years ago almost ruined his life.
Jeff can be found at http://numinousden.blogspot.com/
Greg can be found at http://radiomisterioso.com/
The outro music is from Psyche Corporation, from Crypts and Codes, "Nightmares"
Seriah appeared on The Spark, a side show hosted by Lobo of Project Archivist. From their description; Lobo returns with another episode of The Spark. In this installment Lobo welcomes good friend of Project Archivist, Seriah Azkath from "Where Did The Road Go?" Lobo and Seriah talk about why Seriah does his show, What his show is, what drives each of them to look for answers and some of their personal experiences with the strange.