Wood you like to hear a story? While the warm weather remains, campfire ghost stories are the perfect supplement to any outdoor excursion! Tales of creepy Japanese folklore, an undead stalker, stifling evil, and more abound in this 6th installment of campfire ghost stories. Join Flora as he relays a variety of spooky yarns not unlike the ones from the old Tales From the Crypt. Bring a mini speaker and play this episode on your next night in the middle of nowhere! Just be sure to bring extra batteries for the flashlight you’ll be constantly scanning the treeline with. Oh, and if you happen to find a glass eye rolling around, don’t stick it in your mouth. Music Danse Macabre, Myst on the Moor, Asian Drums, Awkward Meeting, Backbay Lounge, Blue Sizzle, Classic Horror 2, Horrorific, Midnight in the Green House, Ossuary 6 – Air, Quinn’s Song-A New Man, Spider Eyes, The Dread – Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 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.
Lunatic fringe… I know you’re out there! Can’t get enough of that hollow stuff on earth? Why not blast off into new territory with Hollow Moon Theory? Flora welcomes Brent, John, and Joe from the Hysteria 51 podcast to discuss the hollow moon and all its empty goodness. After controlled crashes of spacecraft onto the moon’s surface, NASA observed some odd seismic activity. Earth’s companion satellite seemed to ‘ring like a bell,’ throwing a wrench in science’s models at the time. This led to numerous theories, including the moon being a spaceship, an observation station, and even a hologram. Hysteria 51 discuss the theories and speculations on a fun, spirited, and far out episode of Blurry Photos! Music Myst on the Moor – Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Links Hysteria 51 Podcast hosted by Brent Hand and John Goforth Would you like to know more? Is the Moon Hollow About the “Blurry Photos” Podcast
A beerly-believable history of haunting. What’s a huge, historical house without its share of ghostly goings-on? The Lemp Mansion is fast becoming more infamous for its unseen tenants of today than for its storied history of yesteryear. Join David as he concludes his deep dive into the nooks and crannies of the Lemp Mansion saga. Part 2 focuses on the paranormal happenings and urban legends associated with the old home. What have people experienced throughout the years? How did it go from boarding house to restaurant and Inn – and haunted house? Flora took a recorder with him to spend the night and see if any past residents welcomed him or rejected him. Stories, EVPs, and an interview round out this epic chronicle in this episode of Blurry Photos! Thanks to Matt Bell and the mansion staff for the hospitality. Find out more about visiting HERE. Music Myst on the Moor, Ossuary 6 – Air, Aftermath, Awkward Meeting, Classic Horror 2, Danse Macabre, Long Note 3, Ominous, Quinn’s Song-A New Man – Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Links Pittman, Rebecca F. The History and Haunting of Lemp Mansion. Wonderland Productions. Loveland, CO. 2015. Marcus, Lisa. Lemp Mansion: Tales of a Cursed Family and […]
A haunting history, beerly believable… Crack open a cold one and settle in for a detailed history of the Lemp Mansion! Home to one of the most successful and tragic families in St. Louis brewing history, Lemp Mansion stands as solemn reminder of both accomplishment and sorrow. In part 1 of this 2 part mega-sode, David delves deeply into the history of the Lemp family, including their humble beginnings and triumphs all the way through their anguished downfall. Few families can match the tragic Lemps. While money came easily, death might as well have been the dispenser of it. In the upcoming second part, Flora will relay the chilling accounts born of the untimely ends and secrets kept within the walls of the stately home. Grab your stein and nicest lavender outfit, this trip through St Louis’ Gilded Age will leave you kegging for more! Music Myst on the Moor – Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Mars – Gustav Holst, perf. by USAF Heritage of America Band; Prohibition Blues – Nora Bayes; St Louis Rag – Tom Turpin; St Louis Blues – WC Handy Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Links Pittman, Rebecca F. The History and Haunting of Lemp […]
This date in miss-tory… Toss the old history books in the trash and Forget what you know about the Dark Ages, the years have vanished as phantom time! A historical conspiracy centering on the early Middle Ages, phantom time is the theory that 300 years of history never actually existed. The proponents of this theory list several compelling reasons why the centuries never happened. Not even the famous European icon Charlemagne is safe in this one. A pope and two emperors are said to be the culprits behind it, and a few German researchers and scholars have seemingly caught them red-handed. How can history as we know it be wrong? What would be involved in making 300 years disappear? And is such a thing even possible? Find out in this history-laced episode! Also stick around for the winner of the 2018 Miss Cryptid Contest and the drawing for the sweepstakes! Music Danse Macabre, Myst on the Moor, Crypto, Finding the Balance, Hidden Wonders, Rites, Satiate, Temple of the Manes – Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Links Illig, Heribert. “Anomolous Eras – Best Evidence: Best Theory.” Toronto, 2005. Lecture. http://www.bearfabrique.org/Catastrophism/illig_paper.htm Niemitz, Hans-Ulrich. “Did the Early Middle Ages Really Exist?” […]