Flora welcomes the Crypto-kid, Colin Schneider, in a fun and fascinating interview! One of the youngest cryptid researchers out there today, Colin Schneider already has impressive credentials and joins to discuss cryptid attacks on livestock. He shares his copious amount of research and findings on strange reports of unknown beasts and the theories about them. What started as a focus on vampiric creature attacks quickly ballooned into all manner of interesting monster mayhem, enough for him to start a book on the subject. The stories are captivating, kooky, and cool, and fit the crazy cryptid category charmingly. You can find more of Colin’s work at his blog and radio show. About the “Blurry Photos” Podcast
Blending comedy and the unknown, Blurry Photos is a podcast that aims to humorously shed light on the more shadowy topics the world has to offer. From cryptozoology and the paranormal to conspiracy theories and the unexplained, Blurry Photos will help educate and entertain you in a decently informational and whimsical way.
If we said we liked these origin theories we’d be lion. The second half of the 200th episode is nigh and dives deep into the theories of how the Sphinx came to be. Flora and Stecco juggle some rather outlandish origin theories for how the Sphinx was built and who built it, including ties to Atlantis, aliens, and pre-history. They also examine the claim that the stars match with the placement of the monuments on the ground. Ideas from researchers and authors such as Graham Hancock, John Anthony West, Robert Schoch, Colin Reader, Paul Jordan and many more are studied and discussed. Could it be older than anyone dares to think? The geology of the area is also scrutinized, and the theories of water erosion and weathering are considered. Dating the monument is much harder than the limestone it’s made of, it seems. Join the boys of Blurry Photos as they tackle the big questions and the big theories in this monumental conclusion to a monumental milestone! (All About That Hall, In Cayce You Missed It, What Subways?, Great Articles Here, Reader’s Roundup) About the “Blurry Photos” Podcast
Riddled with history. The double hildo is upon us, and the Davids celebrate with a massive 2-part episode on the Sphinx! Buried in equal parts sand and questions, the Sphinx is a huge ancient monument in Egypt with a history as obscure as a corn dog in a sandstorm. In part 1, the boys describe its current state and how it has fared over the millennia. A history – as best we can piece together – is discussed, including those who have dug it out of the dunes again and again. The myth of how it’s nose was lost is examined, and the various artifacts, structures, and features found around it are looked at. The big questions are saved for part 2, as are the more fantastical claims. Aliens, Atlantis, Prophecy, Astrology, and much more are, much like Horus, on the horizon. But a solid grounding in real history and archaeology are first on the menu. Get out your camels and sunscreen, the 200th is stela good time, and we ain’t lion! Cheers to helping us reach 200! (A Primer, A Description, A Greek Counterpart) About the “Blurry Photos” Podcast
American Ghoulthic Blurry Photober comes to a close with another edition of ghost stories! A vampire hermit, a phone that won’t stop ringing, a burning church, and a waltzing corpse are just some of the ghost stories crawling out of this open grave. David and Dave recount tales of terror that are truly terrible along with the terror that has been their health lately. Can anything prepare you for such awful tales of awfulness? Probably not, so don’t even try. And stick around for a special spooky story by a certain special standup comedian. Happy Photober! Now the march towards Krampusnacht and Saturnailya begins! Aftermath, Gypsy Shoegazer no voices, Long Note 2, Mysterioso March, Return of Lazarus, This House, Waltz of the Carnies – Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ About the “Blurry Photos” Podcast
Hole-y Hell! Say your prayers, hold your breath, and grab some aloe, Blurry Photos are diving into hell holes in this one! Said to be entrances to any number of unhappy afterlifes, hell holes are pits and caves in the earth where one is said to be able to reach hell itself. Flora and Stecco take a look at several mythologies of traveling to hell. They also run down a list of famous sites said to be hellish access points throughout the world. The Door to Hell, Stull, KS, and Castle Houska are just a few of the spots where hell can supposedly be reached. The boys also discuss the disturbing legend of the Siberian Well to Hell. Leave the coat at home, you’re in for a hot time tonight! (A List of Holes, Forum Hell, Pics of the Door to Hell) Feelin Good – Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ About the “Blurry Photos” Podcast