31 min

Mokele-Mbembe - A History of the Mystery Cryptids Decrypted

    • Society & Culture

This week on Cryptids Decrypted, John Ceccarelli and Ashton Macaulay are talking about a fascinating myth from the Congo River Basin, Mokole Mbembe (pronounced M’Kay-lay Bem-bay, probably). It's a fascinating myth with incredible roots in 1900s dinosaur fever, and a fun episode all around. 

If you want to support the pod, share, subscribe and rate us and if you want to learn more about Ashton's writing, check out https://macashton.com/ and follow him on twitter (@RealMacAshton).

For more info on the audio drama A Man of the Mountain: https://anchor.fm/man-of-the-mountain. New episodes launch for free every two weeks, we just ask that if you like them, share them!

Credit for our excellent intro music goes to: Song: Strange Indeed Variation A

Composer: Felipe Adorno Vassao (ABRAMUS)

Content Provider: LynneMusic

Publisher: Lynne Publishing (PRS)

for the 'thinking music' during Truth or Cryptid, we thank Neo Spica: https://freesound.org/people/NeoSpica/ for the '80's Riff' that serves as the Truth or Cryptid theme, we thank Modulation Station: https://freesound.org/people/ModulationStation/


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cryptids-decrypted/support

This week on Cryptids Decrypted, John Ceccarelli and Ashton Macaulay are talking about a fascinating myth from the Congo River Basin, Mokole Mbembe (pronounced M’Kay-lay Bem-bay, probably). It's a fascinating myth with incredible roots in 1900s dinosaur fever, and a fun episode all around. 

If you want to support the pod, share, subscribe and rate us and if you want to learn more about Ashton's writing, check out https://macashton.com/ and follow him on twitter (@RealMacAshton).

For more info on the audio drama A Man of the Mountain: https://anchor.fm/man-of-the-mountain. New episodes launch for free every two weeks, we just ask that if you like them, share them!

Credit for our excellent intro music goes to: Song: Strange Indeed Variation A

Composer: Felipe Adorno Vassao (ABRAMUS)

Content Provider: LynneMusic

Publisher: Lynne Publishing (PRS)

for the 'thinking music' during Truth or Cryptid, we thank Neo Spica: https://freesound.org/people/NeoSpica/ for the '80's Riff' that serves as the Truth or Cryptid theme, we thank Modulation Station: https://freesound.org/people/ModulationStation/


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cryptids-decrypted/support

31 min

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