Seriah is joined by Joshua Cutchin, Taylor, and graphic artist Matt Festa. Topics include listener comments, government UFO disclosure, strange lights, a bizarre listener encounter with UFOs and a ball of light and a burning smell, an analogy involving cats, Steven Greer and CE-5 experiences, authors meeting their characters, Jeff Ritzmann and co-creation, Wren Collier’s encounter with a “polygonal tiger”, Seriah’s experiences with anomalous birds, Peter Fenwick, Barbara Fisher, Mike Clelland, George P. Hansen, weird bird incidents and connections, death and soul symbolism, Tim Renner’s experience with a large white shape, sky amoebas/manta rays/jellyfish entities, Lon Strickler, Trevor James Constable’s “The Sky Creatures: Living UFOs” and “The Cosmic Pulse of Life”, Antony Milne’s “Sky Critters: Ufos, Science, and Extraterrestrials”, Jason Pargin’s “If This Book Exists, You’re in the Wrong Universe”, the frailty and quirks of memory, aging and novel experiences vs routine, cashiers, a listener who met someone in a dream before meeting her in real life, layered dreaming, King Diamond, projected dreams, Jason Colavito, a highly inaccurate AI article about Star Wars, Gizmodo, AI and writing code, Jim Nettles, musicians and synthesizers, pilots and drones, AI panic, an eating disorder helpline that misused AI, spam and clickbait, Commodore 64’s “Eliza”, the internet and the collective unconscious, corporate greed, an extensive search for missing Indigenous children in the Columbian jungle involving Ayahuasca and a turtle, inaccessible knowledge, the movies “Resolution” and “The Endless”, Devil’s Footprints in Britain, Devil’s Horse’s Hoofprints in North Carolina, Bath NC, the Devil’s Stomping Ground, Blackbeard the pirate, a UFO incident causing paralysis and permanently dead vegetation, the Brown Mountain Lights, “Phantom Armies of the Night: The Wild Hunt and the Ghostly Processions of the Undead” by Claude Lecouteux, the Wild Hunt, radiation, the Cash/Landrum incident, Greg Little, Andrew Collins, a bizarre event during hypnotic regression, Stephanie Quick, a 1970’s mass kidnapping of school children solved in part by hypnotic regression, favorite books on the paranormal, the absurdity paradox, anomalous walls, the “Raised by Wolves” TV series, the film “Mr. Nobody”, and much more! This is prime WDTRG fascinating conversation!
- Recap by Vincent Treewell of The Weird Part Podcast
Outro Music is The Living Room with Eleven O'Clock is When the Drugs Kick In.