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Seriah Azkath

Seriah Azkath

Seriah is the host of Where Did the Road Go?

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Strange Familiars Presents: A Witch Cloud and the Clark Alley Imp (#1)

StrangeFamiliarsStrange Familiars Presents will be shorter episodes telling stories – folklore, oddities, weird history, and more. Think of them as mini episodes of Strange Familiars without the discussion and/or interview segments.

The first episode presents some tales of strange and fearful hauntings from Pennsylvania.

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Psychological Terminology and The Paranormal - Part 2: November 30, 2017

WDTRGGhostShipThis is a roundtable show, and Seriah is joined by Red Pill Junkie, Aaron David of Charm the Water, Joshua Cutchin, and Wren Collier of Liminal Room. This is Part 2 of a 3 part show, discussing a paper published in Frontiers of Psychology entitled, Fifty psychological and psychiatric terms to avoid: a list of inaccurate, misleading, misused, ambiguous, and logically confused words and phrases. An academic paper, it brings up many points that affect our study of the paranormal, consciousness, and the assumption of materialism. Published back in 2015, it provokes some pretty deep conversations as we explore just the middle section in this part. 

Outro Music by Ghazm with "Big Star"

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Fringe News Update - November 24, 2017

Melissa Tim WrenOne this debut edition of Where Did the Road Go?'s Fringe News, where we cover some recent news stories. In this case, we deal with a recent UFO sighting, hoaxed Bigfoot case, space news, what's going on in the great pyramid, and more...

I am joined by Wren Collier of Liminal Room, Timothy Renner of Strange Familiars, and Melissa Martell of Scarlett Art.

Outro music is from Devo Spice, with The Christmas Season.

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Psychological Terminology and The Paranormal - Part 1: November 17, 2017

WDTRGGhostShipThis is a roundtable show, and Seriah is joined by Red Pill Junkie, Aaron David of Charm the Water, Adam Sayne of Conspirinormal, and Timothy Renner of Strange Familiars. This is Part 1 of a probably 3 part show, discussing a paper published in Frontiers of Psychology entitled, Fifty psychological and psychiatric terms to avoid: a list of inaccurate, misleading, misused, ambiguous, and logically confused words and phrases. An academic paper, it brings up many points that affect our study of the paranormal, consciousness, and the assumption of materialism. Published back in 2015, it provokes some pretty deep conversations as we explore just the first 20 items in this part. 

Outro Music by Lee TNB AKA Monkey Mind with "Last Transmission (Deep Space Nine Mix)"

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Strange Familiars: Episode 20: Site 7 Experiences, Part 2

StrangeFamiliarsTimothy and James continue relating stories and experiences from Site 7 and the surrounding area. As we started investigating the area, a series of strange stories started turning up regarding a family of albinos, creature sightings, mysterious drones, and more strangeness. We investigate a nearby bigfoot sighting and collect an older report of multiple creatures crossing a highway close to Site 7. We also present on-site audio collected from several Site 7 visits ranging from natural sounds to possible stone throws, wood knocks, evp, and strange voices.


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Episode 20 notes and links:

Saradahttp://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtBySarada

Michael Andersonhttps://drekka.bandcamp.com


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Intro and background music byStone Breath– which is Timothy’s band. You can find more at http://stonebreath.bandcamp.com

The song which closes the episode isThe Famous Flower of Serving Men from the Stone Breath album,Children of Hum.

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