Seriah is joined by Travis Watson for a continuation discussion of his latest book “The Forest Poltergeist” and numerous related subjects. Topics include struggling with brevity and detail as a writer, the Olive Hill incident, Class B encounters as defined by the Big Foot Research Organization (BFRO). Colin Wilson, William G. Roll, repeated spontaneous psychokinesis, tree structures, poltergeists rearranging the furniture, a common pattern in the intensity of poltergeist activity, hoaxing, flaps in various paranormal phenomena, the siloing of the paranormal investigation community, misinterpretation of activity, a knocked over picture of Jesus Christ, the Black Monk case, phenomena responding to expectations and being intentionally provocative, unexplained indoor pools of water, dancing furniture, disappearing eggs from a refrigerator, bizarre smells, a poltergeist leaving tracks, an encounter with an apparent dead person leaving footprints, Sasquatch activity vs poltergeist activity, stone throwing, the Enfield case, Guy Lyon Playfair, “This House Is Haunted” book, an incident involving Spiritists and a poltergeist in Brazil, Allan Kardec, an incident of a bizarrely moving stone, apports, disappearing and re-appearing onjects, Seriah’s experience with a weirdly behaving stereo system, woven nests attributed to Sasquatch, a young girl covered in heavy furniture, a theory of paranormal entities being energy anomalies, three-toed tracks, Lyle Blackburn, “LIZARD MAN: The True Story of the Bishopville Monster” book, looking for footprints as a vintage ghost hunting technique, the Devil’s Footprints incident in the UK, the Devil’s Horse’s Hoofprints phenomenon in North Carolina, the Bell Witch, the film “Nandor Fodor and the Talking Mongoose”, Geoff the Mongoose, mundane vs high strangeness Sasquatch encounters, BFRO database, the practical limitations of a flash and blood Big Foot, Hawaiian hairy primates, vocalization and mimicry, Catherine Crowe, “The Night Side of Nature” book, an unseen talking entity in the 1600’s, the Sierra Sounds, a Canadian soldier encountering what sounds like foreign speech, “Apparitions” book by G.N.M. Tyrrell, a Victorian landlord’s encounter with a bizarre sound and a deceased tenant, Steve Savedow and a Goetic magickal summoning gone wrong, the Oz Effect, Jenny Randles, missing time/time distortion with Sasquatch, and much more! Travis brings a ton of facts and examples supporting the thesis of his book, in a fascinating discussion!
- Recap by Vincent Treewell of The Weird Part Podcast
Outro Music is Pretty Little Head from Eliza Rickman