High Strangeness surrounds the world, cropping up here and there, imbuing ordinary reality with weirdness and dunking normal people into strangeness and wonder. Follow us as we explore a reality that is stranger than any fiction.
Episode 22: Vision, Art and UFOs with Greg Bishop
Our hosts discuss the mechanics of human vision, art and how those relate to UFO's, but the conversation ranges far afield. As Greg says, "Everything should be off topic," and so no one should be surprised that food, cooking, family stories, books and cattle mutilations are touched upon as we galumph along.
Remembering the Kelly-Hopkinsville Goblins Case
Barbara and Morganna talk with Geraldine Sutton Stith, daughter and granddaughter of primary witnesses to the case of the Kelly-Hopkinsville Goblins case of 1955, a classic early UFOnaut encounter.
Remember the Ladies with Stephanie Quick
Stephanie Quick joins our hosts for a dive into women in the paranormal field past and present, with discussion of misogyny then and now. If discussion of female anatomy bothers you, maybe you should pass on this episode.
Running Through the Crazy Fields with John Keel
In celebration of John Keel's Birthday on March 25th, the hosts of the 6 Degrees of John Keel podcast team up with authors, thinkers and podcasters to talk about what made Keel special and his impact on the paranormal field.
Into the Liminal with Joshua Cutchin
Joshua Cutchin carries on a freeform, wide-ranging discussion with hosts Barbara and Morganna. It starts with modern fairy-lore base fiction books, dances on through Bigfoot, modern trickster figures, the Wild Hunt, Wendigo, pareidolia, dreams, and then lands feet first into the realm of the soul, the afterlife and death.
Table Talk with Jazz
Morganna and Barbara talk to a long-time Athens Ohio resident, Jazz, who has experienced hauntings, shadow people and other strangeness in this exceedingly odd small college town.