Seriah is joined by Travis Watson, Wren, and Vincent Treewell for wide-ranging, eclectic discussion. Topics include poltergeist activity, the overlap between various paranormal phenomena, a personal cryptid encounter, dashcam footage, a strange figure from a dream showing up in real life, a bizarre encounter with a “terminator”, the bodies of demons, the flaws of cameras, John Keel and ultraterrestrials, the smell of sulfur and decay, Joshua Cutchin, non-material beings leaving tracks, Timothy Renner, “ghost” footprints in flour, spirit boxes and ritual magick, ghost hunting TV, “portalboxes”, daemons vs demons, possession and exorcism, Voudon and riding by saints and ancestors, vampires, the raising of the dead, John Michael Greer’s book “Monsters”, Eastern European vampire traditions, Dion Fortune’s “The Secrets of Dr. Taverner”, demonic possession and mental illness, crystal “demon traps”, influencer spirits, psychic/astral parasites, Josephine McCarthy’s “The Exorcist’s Handbook”, lycanthropy, vampire and werewolf folklore, astral travel and werewolf activity, blood magick, Clay Vandiver, Carlos Castenada, shape-shifting, wolf belts, “God’s Werewolf”, “The Night Battles: Witchcraft and Agrarian Cults in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries” , the benandanti, Carlo Ginzburg, Michael Bertiaux, Wren’s transformative mystic experiences as a werewolf fighting grey aliens, a hag-riding experience, Kenneth Grant, H.P. Lovecraft, Orthodox Christian Saint Christopher the dog-headed man, “The Texas Dogman Triangle” by Aaron Deese, haunted places in Texas, the “Rabbits” podcast, Travis’s experiences on a Civil War battlefield, Bettina Moss, Dogman theories, Anubis, dogs walking upright, the Oz effect, Native American mounds, thought forms, hoaxing, the trackalacka monster, Jim Mosley, crop circles, theatrical performance and ritual magick, the Orphic Hymns, the importance of story-telling, the “Eternal Darkness” video game, “Archive 81” podcast and Netflix TV series, and much more! This is a fascinating, all over the place conversation, not to be missed!
- Recap by Vincent Treewell of The Weird Part Podcast
Outro Music is Haishen with Ocean