We mentioned Flannel Man on the podcast at some point and struck a nerve. People all over are seeing this entity and we’ve been contacted by several witnesses who have seen Flannel Man in their house. In this episode Timothy talks with Dovie, Vanessa, and Alison about their Flannel Man encounters.
The song which closes the episode isRing Thing from theStone Breath CD Knotwork. (this song is only available on the physical CD ofKnotwork– not on the digital download.Ring Thingwas written by Tom Rapp / Pearls Before Swine, based on words by Tolkien.) https://stonebreath.bandcamp.com/album/knotwork
Timothy briefly revisits Flannel Man (see episode 26) and reads a new encounter submitted by a listener. Timothy and James K., while sitting in a haunted church in Columbia PA (more on that in a future episode), discuss some very unusual lights seen at Site 7. Then we turn to on-site recordings to hear Timothy, James R., and Jeff visit Site 7 to see and interact with the weird lights. James R. sees a large shadowy figure in the trees. More unusual sounds are heard coming from the trees.
If you haven’t listened to our first two Site 7 episodes you may want to check those out first to get some background on all the strange phenomena associated with the area. See Strange Familiars episodes 19 & 20.
In this roundtable show, Seriah is joined by Melissa Martell, Timothy Renner, and Red Pill Junkie, and they discuss the life of Austin Osman Spare, who was a contemporary of Crowley and Kenneth Grant, a fantastic artist, and pretty much the father of Chaos Magick.
The outro music is Boiling Point by Lee TNB AKA Monkey Mind off of his Nine EP available now on Bandcamp. Use the code 'wdtrg' to get 25% off!
James and Timothy welcome Alta and Chad Dillard to the show. We talk about their book,Orbducted in the French Quarter, UFOs, abduction, strange entities, a shape-shifting werewolf being, and other instances of high strangeness which have followed Alta and Chad through their lives.
Timothy and Joshua Cutchin discuss a very strange article from Timothy’s latest book,Bigfoot: West Coast Wild Men. Joshua has made many observations in the past linking different modern paranormal phenomena with folkloric accounts of Celtic faerie encounters. This particular article, dating from 1857, contains a vast amount of elements which seem to link this bigfoot abduction with faerie lore.
On this roundtable episode, Seriah is joined by Melissa Martell, Wren Collier, Roejen Razorwire, and Timothy Renner. This lengthy conversation deals with the occasional comments that we get that Demons explain everything. We start out examining this idea, where it comes from, and of course the road winds out from there...