48 episodes

We're a brother and sister duo that love to talk about the mysterious, unusual, and unknowable. Cryptids, unsolved murders and disappearances, UFOs, ghosts, conspiracy theories, demons... we love it all.

Unknowable Unknowable

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 61 Ratings

We're a brother and sister duo that love to talk about the mysterious, unusual, and unknowable. Cryptids, unsolved murders and disappearances, UFOs, ghosts, conspiracy theories, demons... we love it all.

    Unknowable Episode 48: Australia's T. Rex

    Unknowable Episode 48: Australia's T. Rex

    The idea of a 20-foot T. Rex roaming the Northern Territory of Australia seems both fascinating and fantastic. Is there actually a descendent of the era of dinosaurs mutilating cattle in the Outback, or are people mistaking a present day lizard or bird for something more far-fetched?

    • 49 min
    Unknowable Episode 47: Aphantasia

    Unknowable Episode 47: Aphantasia

    Can you imagine if your mind's eye was blind? You try to think of your best friend's face or your favorite beach spot or your childhood dog and... nothing materializes. Or maybe that's everyday reality for you and you had no idea there was a name for it or that it wasn't the norm. It's called aphantasia, from the Greek for "no imagination", and it's a damn wild mystery of the brain. 

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Unknowable Episode 46: The Dancing Plague of 1518

    Unknowable Episode 46: The Dancing Plague of 1518

    In July of 1518 the city of Alsace, in what is now modern day France, saw a woman start dancing... erratically, uncontrollably, for days. Soon others joined her until there were as many as 500 people dancing in the streets, possibly even to their deaths. What started this dance mania? And what ultimately stopped it? Join us to hear our thoughts...

    • 55 min
    Unknowable Episode 45: The Salish Sea Feet

    Unknowable Episode 45: The Salish Sea Feet

    Since August 2007 at least 20 detached human feet have been found on the coasts of the Salish Sea in British Columbia, Canada, and Washington state. I mean, if that's not enough to draw you in, I'M NOT SURE WHAT IS.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Unknowable Episode 44: The Beebe, Arkansas Bird Deaths

    Unknowable Episode 44: The Beebe, Arkansas Bird Deaths

    On New Year's Day, two years in a row, a combined thousands of dead red-winged blackbirds were found on the streets and lawns of Beebe, Arkansas. What could have made such a mass death possible? Was it natural or supernatural? Was it linked to the thousands of fish that died in the same area? Listen to what we think in episode 44...

    • 42 min
    Unknowable Episode 43: The Pocomoonshine Lake Monster & Cassie the Casco Bay Sea Serpent

    Unknowable Episode 43: The Pocomoonshine Lake Monster & Cassie the Casco Bay Sea Serpent

    For this episode we decided to not only talk about aquatic cryptids but specifically ones that are believed to live in our home state of Maine. Gray tells us about The Pocomoonshine Lake Monster, a giant, eel-like creature swimming around in the northern part of the state, and Justine talks about Cassie, a sea serpent supposedly spotted in the waters of Casco Bay and beyond. 

    • 1 hr 3 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
61 Ratings

61 Ratings

mlansdale ,

New favorite podcast!

I’m in episode six, and I’m hooked! I love the topics you discuss and I learn something new with every episode. You inspire me to research more. I wish you much success!

North Country Nomads ,

Highly Recommend!!!

Download this podcast! This is a great podcast for road trips and dives into everything beyond the norm! Very entertaining! Long road trip companion for sure!

MaximusPages ,

My Fave💗

Educational, interesting, and eerie AF! Their voices are wonderful and it’s unedited, so it’s truly genuine to who these two are! Also, I love that their conversations are exciting and that they’re open to going deep into the rabbit hole of the subconscious thoughts we all have! Love ya 💜

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