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“.
I did this interview back in December of 2016, and it kind of ended up in limbo. Not because it was a bad interview, it just got pushed back unintentionally. I talk with writer, producer, and director of The House on Pine Street, Austin Keeling. Aside from the movie, we also talk about his being a twin, some psychic connections that happen from it, and some paranormal stuff that has happened to him. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie, in part because it did not take the predictable route, it shows they had some knowledge of the actual paranormal, and created a rather original story.
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In 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.
Outro Music by Timothy's band, Stone Breath. "Sticks", from the album Cryptids.