Discussing the paranormal, close encounters with the unusual and interactions with the supernatural.
“Mothman” is perhaps one of the strangest creatures ever to grace the legends and myths of America. The creature is a cryptid said to have been seen in Mount Pleasant, West Virginia in the mid 1960's. The first newspaper report was published in the Point Pleasant Register dated November 16, 1966, titled “Couples See Man-Sized Bird … Creature … Something”.
The creature was first spotted by 5 men digging a grave at a cemetery near Clendenin, West Virginia. Was this really some form of mutant animal? Or could a more scientific explanation shed light on what these men thought they saw? Many others believe they too saw the Mothman creature, from firefighters to tourist. But could their fear of a large flying creature cause them to see something that wasn’t there?
Tune in and we’ll tell you about some of the stories surrounding these strange sightings. Along with what it could have been if it wasn’t a mutant. And what the local authorities had to say about the many strange events and a few disasters that have been attributed to the mysterious Mothman.
Samhain and Halloween
Whether you pronounce it Sow-ween, or the Americanized Sam-hain, it’s still the biggest holiday on the Pagan Calendar. It’s the start of the New Year and honors the year that has passed. It is the time when the veil of forgetfulness is lifted between the physical world and the spiritual world. It’s a time of celebration! But how did it get started and how did it evolve into Halloween? Join Paul, Sushi and Spring as they discuss.
Ghosts Ghouls and Goblins
Join Paul Cagle, Spring and Sushi as they discuss Ghosts, Ghouls and Goblins. What are ghosts? Do all cultures believe in the things that go bump in the night? Why do we like to be scared? Join our hosts as they discuss these topics and play Truth or Tale.
October Free Form Show
Join Paul, Sushi and Spring for their monthly Free Form show. On this episode our hosts discuss if ectoplasm is real, whether or not you can capture a ghost and more. You can also send your questions or comments to email@example.com. The Free Form show is a lot of fun and our hosts always come up with something fun to talk about.
SPECIAL: Interview With Mac McHone on Ghost Nation
Join Paul as he talks to Mac McHone about the first episode of Ghost Nation. Mac's group, East Tennessee Paranormal Project, was involved with an investigation in White Pine, TN that led Jason Hawes and his team to investigate. Download, listen and enjoy!
It's October so it's time for ghosts and spooky stories! Join Paul, Spring and Sushi as they discuss ghost ships, haunted ships and true tales of hauntings on the high seas. They also discuss the Flying Dutchman, the QE2 and the Delta Queen. Download, listen and enjoy!
I listen to this show consistently and have even joined the chat room occasionally. It's fun (love true or false), informative, and uses logic vs feelings to debate paranormal subjects. Recommended!
Good stuff and entertaining!
There are a good variety of topics. They put out a good product while managing to keep it lighthearted enough to be fun.
I like this show but I had to turn the Elisa Lam episode off before it ended. What drives me crazy is the show goes like this:
- 30 minutes of INSANE coincidences unlike any story I've heard in my 20 years following creepy junk.
- She was bipolar!
- More insane coincidences
- Bipolar people can go crazy right?
- More coincidences and backstory on hotel, TB, Lam herself. "Where's the ladder?"
- "She must have had an episode and killed herself!!"
So frustrating. This is the most obvious case of foul play I've ever seen, with on top of that more coincidences and "putting it in your face" than most others. OJ might have been innocent compared to this case!
But the show is great otherwise. Five stars out of love.