I discuss with Timothy Renner, his fascinating book, Bigfoot in Pennsylvania. In this book, Tim has collected news clippings from the 1800's and early 1900's that clearly refer to Bigfoot-like creatures. It is interesting to see how this is treated then, and what similarities and differences there are with modern accounts. And there are also some very strange ones mixed in...
Find Tim at; strangefamiliars.darkhollerarts.com
Outro Song by Tim's band, Stone Breath. The song is Apples for the Albatwitch, and the album is Cryptids.
In Episode 10 we start our ongoing series discussing iron and the supernatural. With Joshua Cutchin, we talk about iron and the fae folk, changelings, and more – and then we hear some old stories regarding changelings, including one that went horribly wrong.
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Episode 10 notes and links:
Joshua Cutchin: http://www.amazon.com/Joshua-Cutchin/e/B00YPH8ODY/
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Intro and background music by Stone Breath – which is our band. You can find more at http://stonebreath.bandcamp.com
The song at the end of this episode is “In the Garden of Ghostflowers” from Black Happy Day: https://timemotheye.bandcamp.com/album/in-the-garden-of-ghostflowers
We talk to Seth Breedlove of Small Town Monsters about his latest documentary, The Mothman of Point Pleasant. This is the fourth in his series, and the second narrated by Lyle Blackburn. We explore the legend of the Mothman, and some of the details that he was able to discover while researching this case.
You can find more info at www.smalltownmonsters.com
Watch the Trailer on YouTube.
Outro Music; A Tragician's Tools by Dagga Punishment.
We welcome back to the show, Robert Sullivan. We talk about some of the movies he covers in Cinema Symbolism 2, including The Shining, Crimson Peak, Lost Highway, Star Wars, The Warriors, From Hell, Mulholland Drive, and Dune...
Robert W. Sullivan IV is a philosopher, historian, antiquarian, jurist, lay theologian, writer, mystic, showman, radio-TV personality, best-selling author, and lawyer.
You can find out more at; https://robertwsullivaniv.com/
End music is "Black Eyes" by David Wirsig.