137 episodes

A podcast about fear, curiosity and the unknown. Unusual audio documentaries produced by Jeff Emtman, Bethany Denton and other independent producers since 2012.

Here Be Monsters KCRW

    • Philosophy
    • 4.6 • 1.1K Ratings

A podcast about fear, curiosity and the unknown. Unusual audio documentaries produced by Jeff Emtman, Bethany Denton and other independent producers since 2012.

    HBM Continues as an Independent Podcast

    HBM Continues as an Independent Podcast

    However, moving forward, HBM will continue as an independent production, and no longer be distributed through the KCRW feed.

    • 13 min
    HBM140: The New Black Wall Street

    HBM140: The New Black Wall Street

    Black Tulsans record a rap album in a house that once belonged to a famous Klansman.

    • 48 min
    HBM139: Acceptable Pains

    HBM139: Acceptable Pains

    Is volunteering for pain an unnecessary cruelty? Or is it a fundamental part of being human?

    • 16 min
    HBM138: Did Neanderthals Bury their Dead?

    HBM138: Did Neanderthals Bury their Dead?

    New research suggests that Neanderthals did many of the things once thought to be exclusively “human.”

    • 29 min
    HBM137: Superhappiness

    HBM137: Superhappiness

    David Pearce wants to end all suffering.

    • 21 min
    HBM136: Jacob’s Lost Biography

    HBM136: Jacob’s Lost Biography

    Jacob Lemanski tries to write an unreadable book.

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

8118jd ,

Superb!

I have binge listened to just about the whole backlog of these podcasts and find them very relatable and interesting. I can’t wait to see what going independent has in store for you guys. Glad I listened to that episode of Harry Potter and the Sacred Text when Jeff was the guest.

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MaddieMills ,

Interesting until personal politics were made known

I was brand new to your podcast and listened to 4 podcasts back to back, thoroughly enjoying the diverse content. Unfortunately, I will be unsubscribing bc I have grown weary and will no longer support companies/entertainers etc, who feel the need to make known their personal politics, automatically excluding anyone in your who audience who disagrees with your clear contempt for our current President. In this day and age, it seems to have become “trendy” to air your politics even though it can only hurt your efforts to widen your audience. It may have become cliche but it still seems prudent to keep your politics private. Good luck.

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