Timothy talks to two guests about strange lights. First we hear Jerry tell a story about seeing (and photographing!) a mystery light in Iceland. We also talk about the Brown Mountain lights, which Jerry has also seen, weird lights in York County, and more. Then Timothy welcome’s Matt to the show, who tells about a UFO and some other
strange experiences in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Episode 32 notes and links:
The cover image is from Jerry’s photographs of the light anomaly from Iceland.
On this follow-up episode with Timothy Renner, Wren Collier, and Joshua Cutchin, we talk about listener stories involving mysterious lights, flashes, orbs, and various other odd light phenomena. Joshua also relates some of the fae folklore as well.
Outro Music by Johnny Unheimlich, from their CD Tell the Worms to Wait, the song is "The Wraith"
Alison returns to talk with Timothy about historical wild men of a different sort (not bigfoot). Circus sideshow and dime museum “wild men” performers as well as unfortunate souls – itinerants, the insane, or simply people who wandered away from society, looked different, and were labeled “wild men” often out of fear. We talk about Houdini, The Wild Men of Borneo, the Fiji Cannibals, Eko and Iko, and other circus performers. We also discuss the strange and sad case of a York County “wild man” who eventually ended up in the County Alms House with the diagnosis “troubled with ghosts”.
Two forms which note Dan Luckenbaugh’s Form of Disease – first “Troubled with ghosts” – and later, simply “ghosts”.
Peter Robbins joins Seriah in studio to talk about his article in the Ithaca Times, his Dad's book, the New York Times UFO article, Tom Delonge, cases that have changed his outlook on things, and much more.
Ines from France tells stories from the long tradition of women-in-white apparitions (“La Dame Blanche”) – as well as some other French folklore: ghostly women-in-green, the local folk healing traditions, a river monster, and more. Ines went to high school in a castle which was home to one of these white ladies. She, as well as many of her classmates and her brother, saw the white lady apparition.
Saint Michel des Perrais, where Ines went to school:
Seriah is joined by Roejin and Lobo of Project Archivist, and Joshua Cutchin, and they discuss how various Paranormal subjects have been portrayed in Fiction and Mass Media over the years. This, of course, goes all over, including discussing the history of the Grey archetype, and eventually ending on a couple of interesting listener stories...