Alison and Timothy have a discussion about some antique photos which purport to show paranormal entities. First they discuss an article which is being shared on social media of a photo which is supposed to be the oldest bigfoot photo and the many reasons why they doubt this photo is what it is claimed to be. In the second part of the show they discuss the Cottingly fairy photographs, ghost photographs, spirit photography, and more.
Episode 37 notes and links:
The cover image is from a photograph in Timothy’s collection. This is not the image we discuss in this episode and is, in fact, a man holding a bear skin. It is an example of the type of old photograph which often gets shared as a “bigfoot photo”.
Seriah is joined by Gary Lachman to talk about his latest book, Dark Star Rising. This is not as political as it may seem on the service, but instead they explore the factors in Magick and Esoterica that connect to current events, and the very strange Synchronicities that have accompanied the Trump presidency.
Outro Music is by Eliza Rickman, Devil's Flesh and Bones from her album O You Sinners!
Seriah is joined by Bernie Taylor who talks about his book, Before Orion, they get into the concept of the hero's quest, and just how ancient some of these tales are. They also discuss his thoughts on Atlantis, The Orion Correlation, Hamlet's Mill, and more...
In this episode we hear two new Flannel Man accounts. Jeff, who previously appeared on episode 34 returns to tell of his encounter with a flannel-wearing entity in his girlfriend’s house. Maria also tells her tale of two Flannel Man encounters. In her first encounter she was touched on the shoulder by the entity! Timothy also relates a story of Flannel Man appearing to trapped miners in 1945.
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