23 episodes

A podcast that explores strange stories, paranormal mysteries and terrifying urban legends. Some may be true, some may be false - but they're all Very Odd.

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A podcast that explores strange stories, paranormal mysteries and terrifying urban legends. Some may be true, some may be false - but they're all Very Odd.

    11: Series Two, Episode Eleven: The Pie And Chairman Mao / The Great Alien Invasion Of 1982

    11: Series Two, Episode Eleven: The Pie And Chairman Mao / The Great Alien Invasion Of 1982

    As tensions run high in the studio, Cal delves into the world of reincarnation with two eyewitness accounts which may finally prove whether or not the dead can truly be reborn, while Scott uncovers evidence that our planet may actually have engaged in a brual galactic war in the early '80s, only to have completely forgotten about it since.
    Written & Presented by Cal Innes and Scott Innes
    Music by Rhiannon Bouvier
    Art by Michael Davidson
    Special thanks for this episode to Brian Innes, Danielle Kelly, Will Stevens, Laura Taylor-Innes and Adam Young.

    • 33 min
    10: Series Two, Episode Ten: Golden Goal / The Rand Lodge Retreat

    10: Series Two, Episode Ten: Golden Goal / The Rand Lodge Retreat

    Scott tells the bizarre tale of a promising young footballer plagued by disturbing dreams which led him to believe he was the foretold ruler of the planet, while Cal accepts an invitation to visit a mysterious facility which reportedly houses individuals who have remarkable super-powers.

    Written & Presented by Scott Innes and Cal Innes

    Music by Rhiannon Bouvier

    Art by Michael Davidson

    Special thanks for this episode to Sally Hislop, Pat Innes, Mikkel Nielsen, Paul Nightingale, Mark Riddington, Will Stevens and Jade Tanner.

    • 36 min
    9: Series Two, Episode Nine: The Last Scion / Sympathy For The Bassist

    9: Series Two, Episode Nine: The Last Scion / Sympathy For The Bassist

    It's a heaven and hell special this week - Cal investigates the claim that a direct descendant of Jesus Christ may be alive today and makes a genuinely stunning discovery. Meanwhile, Scott tells the infamous story of how '70s rock giants The Creamy Parsnips were apparently infiltrated by the Devil himself.
    Written & Presented by Cal Innes and Scott Innes
    Music by Rhiannon Bouvier
    Art by Michael Davidson
    Special thanks for this episode to Ella Hardy, Danielle Kelly, Paul Nightingale and Mark Riddington.

    • 32 min
    8: Series Two, Episode Eight: The Legend Of The Toy Box / The Soviet Takeover Of CBBC

    8: Series Two, Episode Eight: The Legend Of The Toy Box / The Soviet Takeover Of CBBC

    This week, Scott recalls a highly peculiar incident from a small California town in 1976 in which toys supposedly came to life - with devastating consequences for the children who owned them. Cal also delves into the archives, recounting one of the most sinister events of the entire Cold War, when CBBC unexpectedly became a new battleground in the ongoing conflict.
    Written & Presented by Scott Innes and Cal Innes
    Music by Rhiannon Bouvier
    Art by Michael Davidson
    Special thanks for this episode to Brian Innes.

    • 31 min
    7: Series Two, Episode Seven: Future World / The Spoilinator

    7: Series Two, Episode Seven: Future World / The Spoilinator

    This week, Cal takes a trip to a controversial theme park which purports to accurately simulate what life on Earth will be like in a thousand years, while Scott revisits arguably the twentieth century's greatest monster, a man with the ability to reveal spoilers for films before they were even released.

    Written & Presented by Cal Innes and Scott Innes

    Music by Rhiannon Bouvier

    Art by Michael Davidson

    Special thanks for this episode to Ella Hardy, Paul Nightingale and Will Stevens.

    • 33 min
    6: Series Two, Episode Six: What's Your Beef? / Cosmetic Imperfection

    6: Series Two, Episode Six: What's Your Beef? / Cosmetic Imperfection

    It's the midway point of the series and Scott is on location at a mysterious Yorkshire farm whose addictive meat products may harbour a dark secret, while Cal explores the murky history of the beauty business, an industry with sordid origins which many would sooner forget.

    Written & Presented by Scott Innes and Cal Innes

    Music by Rhiannon Bouvier

    Art by Michael Davidson

    Special thanks for this episode to Paul Nightingale.

    • 28 min

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