You may have heard of The Bermuda Triangle, or even The Bridgewater Triangle . . . but what about the haunting stories from Vermont? The Bennington Triangle has its own history of disappearances, murders and even a man-eating stone?
What lurks in the swamps of South Carolina? Gators? Toads? Maybe a 7 foot tall lizard man who hates cars? Let’s dive into this week’s story!
Continuing the Mothman story, let’s talk about related incidents and the curse that may have started the whole thing! John Keel, meetings with Indrid Cold and a Native American chieftain’s murder connect the dots around this mystery.
Is Mothman’s appearance at areas of tragedy a friendly warning or something more sinister? In the first of two parts, we discuss the history of the Mothman tale. And since Mo is always right, we learn that Philadelphia Tomato Pie is not a pizza.
We are staying well within European folklore for this episode and are going to be talking about the weird and wonderful world of Winter Cryptids from the nice, the dark, to the downright bizarre. This is the Squonk and the Hag’s Christmas special!
It’s 1973. Was that a UFO? An alien? A bad trip or maybe a prank? Krako tells us all about Sam the Sandown Clown, a paranormal entity discovered by two children, and we theorize what might have happened.