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In Episode 7 we talk about the little town of Seven Valleys and many strange reports that have come from the area – including mystery lights, bigfoot sightings, pig weirdness, and more. We hear the story of Old Man Ruby, who died the same day as his horse and was seen riding his spectral mount for nearly a century after his death. Tim and Anthony pay a midnight visit to Panther Hill in Seven Valleys – where something unseen, but very much heard, runs them off!

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Intro and background music by Stone Breath – which is our band. You can find more at http://stonebreath.bandcamp.com

The song at the end of this episode is “The Coming Fires” from the Stone Breath album “The Ætheric Lamp“.

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Bigfoot by Timothy RennerIn a subject presented by Timothy Renner, we (myself, Tim, and Joshua Cutchin) deal with the various ways that people have tried to place a Christian outlook on the field of Cryptids. This varies from assuming they are somehow Demons, to connecting them to the biblical notion of The Nephilim, and more. 

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Outro Music by Timothy's band, Stone Breath. "Sticks", from the album Cryptids

 

StrangeFamiliarsEpisode 6 tells the true story of P.T. Barnum’s Fiji Cannibals. After being taken from Fiji and exhibited in sideshows and dime museums around the United States, one of these men died in York, Pennsylvania. Newspapers reported that two other “cannibals” attempted to eat his corpse. What really happened?...and where is the Fiji Cannibal’s body? We visit Potter’s Fields, and discuss sideshows, circuses, Circassian women, and more. Our guest is Alison Renner.

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Episode 3 notes and links:

Alison: https://www.etsy.com/shop/odpeacock

Sarada: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtBySarada

Matt Deterior: http://mattdeterior.bigcartel.com instagram: @MattDeterior

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Intro and background music by Stone Breath – which is our band. You can find more at http://stonebreath.bandcamp.com

The song at the end of this episode is “Song to the Folding Leaves” from the Stone Breath album “Children of Hum“.

Thursday, 13 April 2017 05:26

Strange Familiars: Episode 5 - Haunted Road

Strange FamiliarsIn Episode 5 we talk about Haunted Roads – both the general idea and symbolism of haunted roads, and some specific haunted roads. Our guest is Thomas White.

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Episode 5 notes and links:

Thomas White - https://www.amazon.com/Thomas-White/e/B001JS7PQE/

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Intro and background music by Stone Breath – which is our band.

The song at the end of this episode is The Night Birds Psalm from the Stone Breath album of the same name.

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David Weatherly returns to the show after a long absence and I talk with him, along with Timothy Renner, about Tulpa's, thoughtforms, and much more. We get down to what may or may not be explained by such ideas.

David Weatherly can be found at TwoCrowsParanormal.blogspot.com.

Timothy Renner can be found at StrangeFamiliars.darkhollerarts.com

Ending Music by Genitor, "In the Dark", from their CD Fossil Dome. Also find them on Facebook

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StrangeFamiliarsIn Episode 4 we tell a strange story of bigfoot creatures and other weirdness from 1892 in Indiana and compare it with some modern bigfoot reports. Our guest is Joshua Cutchin.

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Strange Familiars explores a variety of subjects in a combination of storytelling, reporting, interviews, and discussion. Cryptids, ghosts, folklore, mythology, and paranormal topics.

Our first cycle of episodes will explore some local legends from York County, Pennsylvania beginning with Toad Road and the Seven Gates of Hell. In episode 3 we journey back to Toad Road and discuss ghosts, bigfoot, the Hidebehind, cryptids, iron furnaces, missing persons, and more - including some very dark, very real true crime stories which took place in the area.

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Episode 3 notes and links:

Much of the research for this episode was done for our first book, Beyond the Seventh Gate (http://amzn.to/2ncKHrm)

Sarada: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtBySarada

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Strange Familiars is a production of Dark Holler Arts, LLC. Music, art, podcasts, books, and more. http://www.darkhollerarts.com

Intro and background music by Stone Breath - which is our band. You can find more at http://stonebreath.bandcamp.com

Photos in this video by Anthony Hoskin and Timothy Renner. Illustration by Timothy Renner.

The song at the end of this episode is "The Hidebehind" from the Stone Breath album "CRYPTIDS".

 

Timothy Renner and Jeff Ritzmann

Jeff Ritzmann joins me for the first 20 minutes or so to talk about his new Blog, The Numinous Den (http://numinousden.blogspot.com/). We talk about liminality and the Paranormal, and the role of the Trickster... Then Timothy Renner joins us to follow up on his last visit and whether or not he should undergo hypnosis to recover more of his experiences. Jeff, having researched hypnosis thoroughly, gives his thoughts, and why hypnosis is not what people think it is. This conversation does continue on a Patreon only feed, as we ran out of time for the live show. 

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Find Timothy at www.StrangeFamiliars.com. We also end the show with a song from his band, Stone Breath, "Just Like the River" off of the album Children of Hum. Available here.

 

Strange FamiliarsStrange Familiars explores a variety of subjects in a combination of storytelling, reporting, interviews, and discussion. Cryptids, ghosts, folklore, mythology, and paranormal topics.

Our first cycle of episodes will explore some local legends from York County, Pennsylvania beginning with Toad Road and the Seven Gates of Hell. In our second episode we follow the Codorus Creek north into York city where we hear a tale of a singing corpse, discuss mystery lights, glowing red eyes, ghosts, and more – and we are rewarded with a photographic anomaly while we are there.

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Episode 2 notes and links:

StrangeFamiliarsOur first cycle of episodes will explore some local legends from York County, Pennsylvania beginning with Toad Road and the Seven Gates of Hell. In the first episode we talk a little about Toad Road and the Seven Gates, where they are, what they might be, and what they are not. We disprove some urban legends and head to Hex Hollow for discussions about powwow, witchcraft, ghosts, will-o-the-wisps, cryptid creatures, and the famous "hex murder".

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Episode 1 notes and links:

Much of the research for this episode was done for our first book, Beyond the Seventh Gate.

The Phillip Smith interview was done by Catherine Diehl.

Lon Strickler can be found at: Phantoms and Monsters.

Sarada: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtBySarada

Tara Vanflower: http://www.amazon.com/Tara-Vanflower/e/B007MMUS5Q

Jo Cosgrove: http://www.etsy.com/shop/barnaclebonesbooks

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Intro and background music by Stone Breath - which is our band. You can find more at http://stonebreath.bandcamp.com

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