Lost sand forgotten. It’s been dune before. Ken Hite and the boys kick up a righteous haboob talking about lost desert cities in this episode! Buried in sand, swallowed by sinkholes, or destroyed by divine powers, the middle and near-east is supposedly full of lost desert cities, some of which may hide hordes of treasure and other goodies. Ken joins to discuss a few of these legendary sites, as well as his new kickstarter. Are there cities of untold treasure sitting vacant in the desert? Have we found Sodom and Gomorrah? Is the legendary city of Zerzura as cool as its name suggests? Might want to get the shades and sunscreen out and put some oven mitts on – this one is gonna be hot! (Sodom and Gomorrah Found?, Zerzura, Iram) Ken’s Kickstarter: Tour de Lovecraft – The Destinations “Achilles” “Dhaka” “Heroic Age” “Mystery Bazaar” “Return of the Mummy” “Send for the Horses” by Kevin MacLeod, incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licences/by/3.0 Episode 191: Lost Desert Cities with Ken Hite The post Ep 191: Lost Desert Cities with Ken Hite appeared first on Blurry Photos. 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.
You can guess which of us was the monster in this one. Flora and Stecco welcome the host of the Monsters Among Us podcast, Derek Hayes, to talk crazy July news! Monsters Among Us showcases cryptid encounters from witnesses, and host Derek Hayes joins with some strange scuttlebutt from July. Cool archaeology, wacky paranormal furniture, and potential pest solutions abound in this month’s articles. Plus potential Gobekli Tepe revelations that may shed light on the site or obscure it further. Make sure to visit Derek’s podcast and check out all the cool projects he’s got going on. And don’t forget to listen to his season finale, where Blurry Photos’ very own David Flora makes a guest appearance to discuss a cemetery haunting and crossroads folklore! Haunted Couch Roman Letters Gobekli Sacrifice? Eye Contact Problem Help Me Man Mothage Party With music by Diablo Swing Orchestra BullStone 29: Monsters Among Us, July 2017 The post BullStone 29: Monsters Among Us, July 2017 appeared first on Blurry Photos. About the “Blurry Photos” Podcast
Feeling a little blue? That’s a good thing! Time to reach out with your feelings and realize the kids ARE alright, as Dave and David discuss Indigo Children! A new age concept wherein kids born in the last 20 years are more spiritually evolved, indigo children might seem nice but should carry a ‘believer beware’ tag. The boys talk about the history of it and also the signs of potential indigos. Could you be one yourself? There are tests to determine it, and the Daves tried them. But how much is really feel-good new age stuff and how much is causing actual danger to kids with real conditions? Get that yoga mat rolled out and center yourself, this episode might make you want to indigo vomit! (The Site About It, Science Behind It, Woof) “Digital Lemonade” “The Lift” “Laser Groove” by Kevin MacLeod, incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licences/by/3.0 Episode 190: Indigo Children The post Ep 190: Indigo Children appeared first on Blurry Photos. About the “Blurry Photos” Podcast
A bevy of Literature and science, by Crom! Gather the barbarian hordes and lace up the boxing gloves, Dave and David welcome the Cromcast to BullStone! Josh, Luke, and Jon from the Cromcast join to talk some sciency news from June. Learn all about their podcast which focuses on Robert E Howard’s works, as well as other pulp literature and gaming. Also in this BullStone, hear tell of nazi gold found, exploits in poop-oscopy, glowing jelly things near Oregon, and sexy salamanders. If you’ve been itching for some scientific discussion, this month’s BullStone is for you! Sexy Salamanders Migrating Trees 8th Wonder in NZ Poop Fossil Analysis Glowing Oregon Pickles Secret Nazi Gold Stash Woman vs. Rabid Raccoon With music by Diablo Swing Orchestra BullStone 28: The Cromcast, June 2017 The post BullStone 28: The Cromcast, June 2017 appeared first on Blurry Photos. About the “Blurry Photos” Podcast
Boar is hell. Blurry Photos cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war in an episode all about the interesting and atrocious use of animals of war. Used for millennia in all manner of warfare, animals of war have shown countless examples of historical missteps, weird experiments, and the worst of humanity. People have done terrible things to our furry friends under the guise of ingenuity, and hopefully by examining these acts we can learn from such mistakes and never repeat them. David and Dave discuss the use of such animals as elephants, pigs, cats, moose, and more through history. Want an army of human-ape hybrids? Stalin did. Hear of a terrible beast with a skeletal rider in the American southwest? It may have been there because of Jefferson Davis. What did a dentist have to do with flaming bats? Find out on this fascinating yet melancholy episode of the podcast. (Humanzees, Out There Weapons, A List) “Sneaky Snitch” “Return of Lazarus” by Kevin MacLeod, incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licences/by/3.0 Episode 189: Animals of War The post Ep 189: Animals of War appeared first on Blurry Photos. About the “Blurry Photos” Podcast