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Host Carman Carrion explores myriad myths both modern and ancient to discover what mankind fears - and why we fear it. From monsters old and new as well as unexplained and unsolved cases, this podcast is sure to terrify. Where does our folklore come from, and why is it so freaky?
European Monsters Explained Volume 2 (Revenant, Dullahan, Trolls, Strzyga, Siren and Nuckelavee)
The SCP Foundation
Nuckelavee - A Horse-Man Water Demon From Orcadian Folklore
Dogman - Half Man - Half Dog, or Something Else
Cherokee Devil - Tsul Kalu
Mystery Flesh Pit National Park
Tsuchigumo - Eight-Legged Japanese Yokai
Siren - The Killer Bird Woman of Greek Mythology
Bunny Man - A Terrifying Legend With a Fuzzy Tail
Manananggal - Body Splitting Viscera Sucker
Kushtaka-The Land Otter-Man
Chilling Wintry Compilation (Wendigo, Dyatlov Pass, Portlock Alaska, The Nix & Troll's)
Strzyga – A Vampiric Demon from Slavic Folklore
Mr. Widemouth - He Plays Dangerous Games
Yule Cat - A Christmas Monster
The Wild Hunt - You Could Be the Prey
Dokkaebi - The Korean Goblin
Rawhead & Bloody Bones - A Gruesome Urban Legend
Spearfinger - The Liver Eater
Trolls - Monstrous Man Hating Creatures
Love this Podcast cause this is who my father warned me of as a child and now it feels like my childhood has returned momentarily cause strange as it may sound it was some of the best memories of that time of life I got. Thanks
Thank you for doing this tale. My mother is from North Carolina and she was raised with tale for her Boogeyman and I was raised in Florida with the same warning of " You better be good and listen or Ol' Bloodybones will come take you away and eat you". It takes me back and for that I thank you
nonchalantly: pronounced NON-SHA- LONT-LY with emphasis on the sha syllable.
this one legitimately had me scared
i dont think I've every found a podcast this great about these kind of things
oh my God, they need to make more of these, I'm dying! I really hope they do one on the phantom clown phenomenon and it's historical roots. Lauren Coleman was one of the first paranormal investigators to catalog phantom clown sightings and link it to the Italian opera character, Heliquin, or the devil's jester. there's a ton of resources you can find online about historical encounters with paranormal clowns and their subsequent effects on pop culture. it would make for a great episode!
Please do an episode on japanese discarded object yokai. They're monsters that are made from wasted or unrecyclable items.
E-PIT-OH-ME, it’s pronounced E-PIT-OH-ME, not EPI-TOME. And “transmogrified your very soul”? Wow.