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A podcast that explores the unexplained and explains the unexplored, Blurry Photos seeks the facts behind the fiction of the world’s most fascinating, unbelievable, and chilling mysteries and legends. Focusing on lesser-known topics of Forteana, conspiracy, history, and folklore, Blurry Photos is driven by the desire for a better understanding of fringe subjects through research, storytelling, and rational thinking. Prepare your butts, because it’s time to learn something weird.
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Tackling a classic of Voodoo movie-dom, Derek, David, and Zenger took a look at The Serpent and the Rainbow for this roundtable. The boys are joined by the amazing and incredibly knowledgable Dr. Emily Zarka to discuss the Serpent and the Rainbow and other zombie lore! Dr. Zarka hosts Monstrum, a show about legends and lore on PBS. She shares insights on zombie folklore and discusses what she thinks worked in the film and what didn't. Make sure to check her show out and don't forget to give the lads some love as well. Find Derek at Monsters Among Us Find Zenger at Zeng This! Music Myst on the Moor - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0  
Flora is back with the second part of Vengeful Ghosts! Blurry Photober keeps rolling with Vengeful Ghosts part 2 and several tales of spirits claiming revenge through law. Hear the story of Maria Marten and the Red Barn murder. Take an ear gander at a murder tale from old England. See what you think about Fisher's Ghost from Australia and Teresita Basa from Chicago. And learn about the odd circumstances surrounding the death of Zona Shue Heaster from West Virginia. David presents these cases and their outcomes to wrap up this 2-part episode of Blurry Photos! Don't forget to join the Blurry Photos Discord Server! Watch me stream games on Twitch! Music Myst on the Moor, Apprehension, Arcane, Awkward Meeting, Behind, Crypto, Danse of Questionable Tuning, Dark Dance, Leaving Home, Long Note Four, Ominous, Phantasm, Waltz of the Carnies, Danse Macabre - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Sources Webster, John. The Displaying of Supposed Witchcraft. J. M. Printers. London. 1677. Pg. 298-300 Monroe, Heather. The Curious Murder of Zona Shue, the Greenbriar Ghost. Medium. Feb. 14, 2020. Web. https://medium.com/@hlemonroe/the-curious-murder-of-zona-shue-the-greenbrier-ghost-33a4058f9d13 Anderson, Belinda. The Greenbriar Ghost. Greenbriar County CVB. 2020. Web. https://greenbrierwv.com/editorials/the-greenbrier-ghost Rodgers, Garry. How a Ghost's Evidence Convicted a Murderer. Huffington Post. Feb. 19, 2016. Web. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/how-a-ghosts-evidence-con_b_9252062 Curtis, James. An Authentic and Faithful History of the Murder of Maria Marten. Thomas Kelly. London. 1828.
Kick off Blurry Photober with a 2-part episode all about vengeful ghosts! The souls of those wronged and/or murdered in life have a way of avenging their mistreatment as vengeful ghosts. Flora runs you through a short list of these types of spirits in the first of a 2-parter. Go continent hopping and learn some highlights from many different cultures. Learn some important lessons from the Churel, Ngozi, La Sayona, Chindi, and more. Keep that roving eye under control, and for goodness' sake don't plot divorce against your spouse. Hear these tips and lots more on this episode of Blurry Photos! Don't forget to join the Blurry Photos Discord Server! Watch me stream games on Twitch! Music Myst on the Moor, Asian Drums, Awkward Meeting, Birch Run, Blue Sizzle, Cambodian Odyssey, Digya, Indore, Night of the Owl, Sancho Panza gets a Latte, Temple of the Manes, Unnatural Situation, Danse Macabre - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Sources Ansky, S., and Golda Werman. The Dybbuk and Other Writings by S. Ansky. Edited by David G. Roskies, Yale University Press, 2002. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt32bvcc. Accessed 13 Oct. 2020. Ball, Charles. Fifty Years in Chains. H. Dayton, Publisher. 1859. https://docsouth.unc.edu/fpn/ball/ball.html Michaelson, Jay. Demons, Dybbuks, Ghosts, & Golems. My Jewish Learning. Web. https://www.myjewishlearning.com/article/demons-dybbuks-ghosts-golems/ https://inthedarkair.wordpress.com/2015/09/14/malicious-myths-the-churel-%E0%A4%9A%E0%A5%81%E0%A4%A1%E0%A5%88%E0%A4%B2/ https://alchetron.com/Phi-Tai-Hong https://enacademic.com/dic.nsf/enwiki/11757501 http://yokai.com/kuchisakeonna/ http://yokai.com/funayuurei/ http://yokai.com/oiwa/ http://www.scielo.org.za/pdf/ids/v45n1/10.pdf https://www.anticipationvilla.com/post/2016/10/27/jamcian-ghosts-the-duppy https://www.wattpad.com/776281359-big-book-of-mythology-spanish-edition-sihuanaba https://wildhunt.org/2020/04/column-la-sayona-a-legend-about-revenge-treason-and-motherhood.html https://www.theoi.com/Daimon/Nemesis.html https://gnosticwarrior.com/lemures.html https://seeksghosts.blogspot.com/2014/04/scandinavians-myling.html https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/dibbuk-dybbuk  
The boys are back with another roundtable, this time on the 2018 film The Meg! Generously falling under the umbrella of ancient surviving cryptid, The Meg is a sci-fi action movie about terrible giant sharks. And the terror doesn't end there. David, Derek, and Justin all weigh in with thoughts and opinions on how this film measured up. One Justin's favorites, did D&D agree? Or did they find it rather fishy? Tune in to find out if the shark satisfied Flora's need for giant murder machines. Derek from Monsters Among Us and Zenger from Zeng This! have opinions up to the gills. Watch and listen to see if you agree, or listen and decide to watch or not! Music Myst on the Moor - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Pack your granola bars, air mattress, and an extra set of pants, it's time to get back outdoors for another installment of Campfire Ghost Stories! Flora reads 4 tales of terror and a poem by a selection of famous authors for the 8th edition of Campfire Ghost Stories. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Guy de Maupassant, and Alfred Noyes are among the writers for an early 20th century flavor to this one. A ghostly kiss of death, a highwayman, an out of control car, and more await your ears! It's a fun episode to play at home or in the great outdoors as you sit around a fire and get spooked at every twig snap and owl hoot. Grab a cold one and don't forget the crane janglers for this fun episode of Blurry Photos! Music Myst on the Moor, Night of Chaos, Return of Lazarus, Danse Macabre - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Dark Rooms - Music by Co.Ag Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Sources Doyle, Arthur Conan. How It Happened. 1918. Maupassant, Guy de. The Phantom Hag. 1904. Noyes, Alfred. The Highwayman. 1906.
Blurriever and patron David S becomes the show's first Tsoukalos Sound-level supporter and got to jump on a BullPhone call with Flora! David shares his personal experiences from a very haunted west coast town and Flora learns about some Santa Cruz history in this BullPhone. From shadowy figures and recurring spectres to hairless coneheads in the basement, David tells of many hauntings from the places he's called home. There's even a lady in black who stands in the surf on the beach! Don't forget, if you have lots of stories to share or weird news to discuss, you too can be on a BullPhone! The Snort Scream and Tsoukalos Sound levels on Patreon will get you a recording session with Flora, so check it out if you're interested. Pick up a copy of Flora's new audiobook narration, Living Among Bigfoot: Collector's Edition Vol. 1-5, now on Audible! If you don't have an Audible account, you can sign up through the Blurry Photos Audible Affiliate link for a free 30-day trial membership - you get a free audiobook of your choice and Flora gets a book sale! Feel free to cancel any time and still keep the audiobook. Don't forget to review the narration of the book! Patreon BullPhone levels Audible Trial link Living Among Bigfoot Book link Music Myst on the Moor - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Dr. Jeffrey Anderson returns with a handful of stories on unexpected consequences of hoodoo! That old adage, "be careful what you wish for," is in full effect in these real stories of unexpected consequences of hoodoo. Dr. Anderson tells several accounts of folk magic gone wrong. If you're familiar with the W. W. Jacobs short story The Monkey's Paw, you might recognize some of the traits inherent in these tales. Drawing from real life encounters and articles, Dr. Anderson discusses how folk magic hasn't worked out for some folks. Flora talks about cultural significance and the different topics the stories inspires from episodes past. It's a fun and fascinating dialogue on culture and sociology in this episode of the podcast! Grab a copy of Dr. Anderson's book Conjure in African American Society! Grab a copy of Dr. Anderson's book Hoodoo, Voodoo, and Conjure: a Handbook! Music Myst on the Moor - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0  
David welcomes Scott and Amberrose from the Ghostly Talk Podcast to the show! A conversational show about any and all weirdities, the Ghostly Talk Podcast joins Blurry Photos and shares some EVPs. Scott and Amber discuss their show, how they came to be involved in the paranormal, and then get into EVPs they collected in their investigations. The duo has been on numerous ghost hunts in and around Michigan and neighboring states. With many stories and a handful of audio examples, they discuss a broad range of fun paranormal experiences on this episode. Make sure to check out their show on most major podcatchers! And don't forget to check out Amberrose's site and books. Find Ghostly Talk here! Amberrose's Site And her books: Ghosts and Legends of Michigan's West Coast, Wicked Grand Rapids, Wicked Ottawa Co. Music Myst on the Moor  - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0  
Flora invited the authors of The Conspiracy Theory Handbook, Dr. Stephan Lewandowsky and Dr. John Cook, on the podcast to discuss their recent work. A powerful little tool breaking down the ins and outs of conspiratorial thinking, The Conspiracy Theory Handbook seeks to inform on how to better engage in critical thinking. David has a large handful of questions for the gentlemen. It's a fascinating discussion into how conspiracies can be approached and how to engage theorists and those who aren't sure what to think. Give the episode a listen and then go read the Handbook for yourself! And don't forget to check out their other handbooks via the link below. Flora also announces the winner of the 2020 Miss Cryptid Contest and sweepstakes! Read the Conspiracy Theory Handbook Check out their other great handbooks Music Myst on the Moor  - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0  
The boys are back at the roundtable, this time taking a look at the 2019 film The Curse of La Llorona! A familiar bit of folklore to Blurry Photos, Flora and the guys see how well The Curse of La Llorona stacks up against the legends. The weeping woman might have a reason to cry after this portrayal. The film is a relatively lucrative addition to the Conjuring Universe franchise. Though it had some good success at the box office, does it live up to the hype? Derek from Monsters Among Us and Zenger from Zeng This! pull no punches in their assessment. And Flora loses his damn mind about one particular stunt. Watch and listen to see if you agree, or listen and decide to watch or not! Music Myst on the Moor - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0  
The winner of Week 3 of the 2020 Miss Cryptid Contest is announced! This episode is a refresher of the weekly Miss Cryptid winners so you can vote on who should win the 2020 contest. If you haven't heard the 3 "regular competition" episodes yet and want to listen in order and discover who wins, don't listen to this one first. You can find the 3 episodes on the Blurry Photos Podcast page. If you have listened, this will serve as a reminder for each winner so you can vote for the champion freshly reminded! Head over to the Blurry Photos Home page to cast your vote and enter for your chance to win a Prize Pack of your own! One lucky winner gets a box full of goodies, one lucky runner-up will get a T-shirt, and one lucky Miss Congealniality will win some stickers and magnets. The voting ends on Saturday, June 20th, noon CDT, so vote soon! Congrats to our finalists, and good luck in your quest for the Golden Goatman trophy!   Music Myst on the Moor, Heavy Heart, Midnight Tale, Unlight, Mystic Force  - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Red Forest by Arthur Vyncke - https://soundcloud.com/arthurvost Music promoted by Free Stock Music Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US She is in the Woods - Co.Ag Music (youtube) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0    
With a resounding roar, the 2020 Miss Cryptid Contest regular competition draws to a close! The final three Miss Cryptid contestants hail from all over the globe and include the Nandi Bear, Rusalka, and Euroa Beast. Hope from Africa to Eastern Europe to Australia with this week's lively ladies! A couple of beasts bookend a beauty, and all are sure to fill hearts with fear. Who will fill you heart the most? A cryptid of Nandi lore? An enigmatic Slavic mermaid? Or a bunyip-like beastie? Make sure to head to the Blurry Photos home page to cast your vote! You can also enter to win a Miss Cryptid prize pack of your very own. Grab a copy of Dr. Anderson's books, Conjure in African American Society, and Hoodoo, Voodoo, and Conjure Get your own copy of Ronesa Aveela's book A Study of Rusalki - Slavic Mermaids of Eastern Europe, and A Study of Household Spirits of Eastern Europe Music Danse Macabre, Myst on the Moor, Infados, Confused State, Arid Foothills, Heavy Heart, Midnight Tale - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Red Forest by Arthur Vyncke - https://soundcloud.com/arthurvost Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US   Sources Ally. Does the Nandi Bear Exist? To Contrive and Jive. Blog. Oct 10, 2017. Web. https://tocontriveandjive.wordpress.com/2017/10/10/does-the-nandi-bear-exist/ Muuthia, Henry. In Search of the Elusive Brain Eating Nandi Bear. Kenya Geographic. Jan 19th, 2014. Web. https://kenyageographic.com/search-elusive-nandi-bear/ Shuker, Karl. Finding a Fossil Nandi Bear? Karl Shuker Blog. Nov 7th, 2019. Web. http://karlshuker.blogspot.com/2019/11/finding-fossil-nandi-bear-or-simbakubwa.html?m=1 Aveela, Ronesa. A Study of Rusalki - Slavic Mermaids of Eastern Europe. Bendideia Publishing. Nov 2019. Sullivan, Kerry. Rusalka: The Mythical Slavic Mermaid. Ancient Origins. Sep 30th, 2016. Web. https://www.ancient-origins.net/myths-legends/rusalka-mythical-slavic-mermaid-006738 A New Bunyip. The Brisbane Courier. Feb 25th, 1890. Web Archive. https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/3508457/98085 A Search for a Mysterious Animal. The Argus. Feb 28th, Mar 1st, 1890. Web Archive. https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/8591815?browse=ndp%3Abrowse%2Ftitle%2FA%2Ftitle%2F13%2F1890%2F02%2F28%2Fpage%2F290539%2Farticle%2F8591815; https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/8592022?browse=ndp%3Abrowse%2Ftitle%2FA%2Ftitle%2F13%2F1890%2F03%2F01%2Fpage%2F290564%2Farticle%2F8592022 Wikia. Euroa Beast. Cryptidz Fandom. Web. https://cryptidz.fandom.com/wiki/Euroa_Beast    
The carnage continues with 3 new loathsome ladies in week 2 of the 2020 Miss Cryptid Contest! In the second week of this year's Miss Cryptid competition, Melon Heads, the Con Rit, and Black Annis battle for savage supremacy. Who will move on to the finals? Will it be Leicestershire's horrid hag? Vietnam's atrocious arthropod? Or the misshapen monstrosities of the U.S. Melon Heads? Listen to this cavalcade of folklore, urban legend, and cryptozoology then cast your vote on the Blurry Photos Home page. The winner of week 1 is also announced! Special thanks to Amberrose Hammond for speaking about Melon Heads. Special thanks to Grant Howitt for reading accounts of Black Annis. Links to their works are below. Find Amberrose's work here: Personal Page ; Ghostly Talk Podcast ; Ghosts and Legends of Michigan's West Coast ; Wicked Ottawa County ; Wicked Grand Rapids Find Grant's game design work here: R R D Games Music Danse Macabre, Myst on the Moor, Aftermath, Long Note 4, Awkward Meeting, Mystic Force, Unlight - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 She is in the Woods - Co.Ag Music (youtube) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0   Sources Murphy, Cindy. Creepy Local Legends of Michigan. Michigan’s Other Side. Web. http://michigansotherside.com/creepy-local-legends-of-michigan/ The Melon Heads of Connecticut. New England Historical Society. Web. https://www.newenglandhistoricalsociety.com/the-melon-heads-of-connecticut/ Multifinned Sea Monster. ALPF Medical Research. Aug. 22, 2019. Web. https://www.alpfmedical.info/freshwater-monster/multifinned-sea-monster.html Con Rit. Unknown Explorers. Web. http://www.unknownexplorers.com/conrit.php Coleman, Loren. The Field Guide to Lake Monsters, Sea Serpents and Other Mystery Denizens of the Deep. Penguin Books. New York. 2003. http://www.cryptozoonews.com/con-rit/ Westwood, Kate. Black Annis - Leicester Legend or Widespread Myths? White Dragon. 1998. Web. https://www.whitedragon.org.uk/articles/blackann.htm Sibson, Matthew. The Tale of Black Annis. This Was Leicestershire. Sept. 17, 2012. Web. http://www.thiswasleicestershire.co.uk/2012/09/the-tale-of-black-annis.html?m=1 Billson, Charles James. County Folklore - Leicestershire and Rutland Vol. 1. The Folklore Society. London. 1895.  
A lone trololo cuts through the night, and that can only mean one thing - it's time once again for the annual Miss Cryptid Contest! Now in its 8th year, the Miss Cryptid Contest opens with the Adlet, the Chiang Rai Scarecrow, and the California Dark Watchers. From the harsh cold of northern North American, to the rice fields of Thailand, to the sunny coast of California, these feral fiends will vie for your attention. They will also fight nonstop for your vote! It's your choice of who moves on to the finals and one step closer to the coveted Golden Goatman trophy. Check the Blurry Photos Home Page for the form to vote for your favorite. You can also have your vote be an entry into this year’s Miss Cryptid Prize Pack Sweepstakes. Vote once each week for a total of 4 entries into the Sweepstakes for a prize that includes Blurry Photos swag and a Golden Goatman trophy replica! Special thanks to Derek Hayes of Monsters Among Us Podcast for help this week. Brush off the saddle and coil up the rope - it's time to lasso a lady for the first week of the 2020 Miss Cryptid Contest! Music Danse Macabre, Myst on the Moor - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Sources H. Rink and F. Boas. "Eskimo Tales and Songs", The Journal of American Folk-lore, Volume 2, Number 5, April-June 1889, pages 123-131. Houghton, Mifflin and Company. London. 1889. Jung, AR. Mythical Creature, ‘the Adlet,’ an Inuit dog-man from Greenland. ARJungwriter.com, blog. May 9, 2018. Web. https://arjungwriter.com/2018/05/09/mythical-creature-the-adlet-an-inuit-dog-man-from-greenland-with-writing-prompt-amwriting-writingprompt/ CTN News. The Scarecrow of Chiangrai. Chiang Rai Times. June 30, 2011. Web. https://www.chiangraitimes.com/lifestyles/myths-legends/ghostly-scarecrow-of-chiang-rai/ Thailand Scarecrow extraterrestrial. We Are IF blog. Feb 5, 2020. Web. https://www.weareif.biz/2020/02/thailand-scarecrow-extraterrestrial.html?m=1 Staff. The Mysterious Dark Watchers. Beyond Science TV. Aug 1, 2017. Web. beyondsciencetv.com/2017/08/01/the-mysterious-dark-watchers/ Hauck, Dennis William. Haunted Places: The National Directory. Penguin Books. New York. 2002.    
Do you like fish sticks? David, Derek, and Zenger return to the roundtable to discuss The Shape of Water in this bonus episode! Winner of 4 Academy Awards including Best Picture, The Shape of Water is a uniquely gorgeous film featuring a strange creature worthy of a chat at the roundtable. The boys sit down to discuss what they enjoyed about the movie. They also talk about the cryptid elements, Lovecraft connections, and more. Most folks know it for its fishy love story, but Flora and the boys speak to the deeper themes. Let this one wash over you and tide you over until the Miss Cryptid Contest begins! Music Myst on the Moor - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0  
David welcomes the author of The Essential Guide to Bigfoot, Ken Gerhard, for an interview about the classic hairy hominid! An accomplished cryptozoologist and author, Ken Gerhard joins to discuss his newest work The Essential Guide to Bigfoot, a primer on hairy hominids around the world. Flora asks Ken about his adventures and thoughts on this famous cryptid. Ken brings years of boots on the ground research to the discussion. It's a good foray into the lore of the king of all cryptids! Make sure to pick up a copy of his book with the link below and check out his other works. Enjoy this fun interview episode of the Blurry Photos Podcast! Pick up a copy of Ken's Book HERE (I get a monetary high-five from Amazon through this link) Thanks to everyone for backing my documentary project, Shadows in the Desert. We met and exceeded our goal for funding! Pre-production has begun, and plans are being made to get the project off the ground and ready for when travel resumes. Thanks for everyone's help getting this going! We really appreciate it! Music Myst on the Moor - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0  
It's a throwback to last year with audio from the Wizard World 2019 panel that David moderated! The Wizard World 2019 panel on paranormal podcasting included various Chicagoland podcasters speaking about the ins and outs of the trade. The event didn't have audio recording of its own, so Flora brought a handheld recorder and picked up the panel. The quality is not the greatest, but it was a fun discussion! The panel featured Dark Mark Soloff of Blastropodcast, Brent Hand of Hysteria 51, Nick Mataragas of Freak of the Week, and Bob Anderson of Bob After Dark. Flora moderated and asked questions of the panelists and fielded questions from the audience. It's a fun distraction between episodes, so enjoy this bonus drop from Blurry Photos! Music Myst on the Moor - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Ep 240: Irish Ghosts

Ep 240: Irish Ghosts

2020-04-1647:40

Raise your glass of Guinness, shot of Jameson, or Harp/Killian's/Smithwick's/Kilkenny/etc. and toast to Season 9 of Blurry Photos with an episode of Irish ghosts! There's no shortage of hair-raising tales of Irish ghosts from the Emerald Isle, and Flora tells four of 'em while enjoying a nice drink in this episode. Three poltergeists and a wandering phantom are included in the season opener. And you even get a bonus poem to boot! Hear tell of Petticoat Loose, Corney the poltergeist, a haunted abode in Enniscorthy, and a terrifying old house in Cooneen. Shine up your shoe buckles, wipe down those pint glasses, and light an extra candle, this Slurry Photos will shamrock your socks off! Music Myst on the Moor, Celtic Impulse, Long Note 3, Long Note 4, Return of Lazarus, Danse Macabre - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Dark Rooms, She is in the Woods - Music by Co.Ag Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Gaelic's Call - Trey VanZandt (YouTube.com/c/treyvanzandt) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Fiddle De Dee - Shane Ivers Licensed under Creative Commons: Attribution 4.0 Int’l License Sources Silent Owl. Petticoat Loose. The Witch of Baylough. A Mayo Druid. Blog. Oct. 16, 2010. Web. http://amayodruid.blogspot.com/2010/10/petticoat-loose-witch-of-baylough.html Yeats, W.B. The Celtic Twilight. A.H. Bullen. London. 1902. Seymour, St. John D., Neligan, Harry L. True Irish Ghost Stories. Hodges, Figgis, and Co. ltd. Dublin. 1914. Petticoat Loose. Emerald Isle. Web. http://emeraldisle.ie/petticoat-loose The Ghost Below. Emerald Isle. Web. http://emeraldisle.ie/the-ghost-below The Spirit of Enniscorthy. Emerald Isle. Web. http://emeraldisle.ie/the-spirit-of-enniscorthy Barry, Aoife. Read the Terrifying Tales of Two of Ireland’s Spookiest Houses. The Journal.IE. Oct. 27th, 2014. Web. https://www.thejournal.ie/tarquin-blake-haunted-ireland-1736828-Oct2014/ Leslie, Shane. Ghost Book. Tumblar House, USA. 2017. McCarra, Darren. The Cooneen Ghost. McCarra.co. Web. http://mccarra.co/cooneen-ghost/ Quinlivan, Janet. Cooneen Poltergeist Terrorises Fermanagh. The Spooky Isles. Jan. 18th, 2016. Web. https://www.spookyisles.com/cooneen-poltergeist/
Join David, Derek, and Zenger for another night at the roundtable as they discuss the 1973 special In Search Of Ancient Mysteries! Before the series began, there was In Search Of Ancient Mysteries, a television special narrated by Rod Serling. The show covered a wide array of Forteana from history. Such topics included out of place artifacts, Atlantis, Tiawanaku, Nazca Lines, and so much more. Derek from Monsters Among Us Podcast and Zenger from the Zeng This! Podcast join Flora and review this fun romp through nostalgia and weird history. You can literally see where the roots of Ancient Aliens began with this show. Check it out for free on YouTube and listen to the boys review it on this roundtable episode of Blurry Photos! And don't forget to check out the kickstarter for David and Derek's new documentary, Shadows in the Desert: High Strangeness in the Borrego Triangle! There is a limited time to fund it, so jump on it! Watch "In Search Of Ancient Mysteries" for free here!  
The Kickstarter campaign for "Shadows in the Desert: High Strangeness in the Borrego Triangle" is live! Visit the Kickstarter campaign page to make a contribution toward funding this amazing project. David and Derek have only just begun the journey to making a fascinating and unique new documentary about the anomalous phenomena in the Anza-Borrego desert. But they need your help to make this vision come to life! If you contribute to their campaign, not only will you help them achieve their goal, you'll also get some cool stuff! T-shirts, patches, adventure bags, art, even your name in the credits! Not to mention an exclusive podcast that will offer behind the scenes discussion and updates. The campaign only lasts 30 days, you don't want to miss out. So check out the Shadows in the Desert campaign page, watch the trailer, and contribute to a great indie project by Blurry Photos and Monsters Among Us! Music Myst on the Moor - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
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Comments (65)

Rich B

This guy should leave the puns to Andy Zaltzman on the Bugle. Otherwise a good 2.5 hrs of work. 🤔

Oct 4th
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Evelyn Ortega

tile-apia lol 😂

Jul 6th
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Jerry Stauffer

You need to differentiate between the "this doesn't make sense" and"the moon is fake" theorists. Calling people science deniers stops any conversation before it begins.

Jun 30th
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Andrew Rouse

These concepts and theories about conspiracy theorists are literally being substantiated by the same lame brained, biased thinking that the worst of conspiracy theorists subscribe to. Labeling, segregating, reduction, and an innate distrust in the information from an anecdotal perspective. Seriously.. listen to this guy's words. He buys into more generalizations than any flat hollow earth reptilian subscriber. Even David friggin Icke could give this dude some humility. This solves nothing. This disputes nothing. This is more of an opinion than any cuneiform tablet translation could generate. This entire conversation can be reduced to 2 people who pretend to dig deep but accept the regulated sandbox as real.

Jun 29th
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Matthew Hawe

I hope he's got something with a bit more meat to it planned. The round tables, interviews and Miss Cryptid stuff is fun and all but itcomes across as one podcast interviewing another podcast about podcasting. Too much of that stuff gets old quick. I very much prefer when he does a proper dig into a story or event and gives us the details.

Jun 10th
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Daniel Limeer

Movie nights of the round table

Mar 22nd
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Jerry Stauffer

In communist Hungary the police are not your friend. it's not implausible that reticence would carry across the pond especially if the report is this incredible. something happened to him. he got nothing but grief from it. I've had stressful events and it's very hard to sort everything out immediately.

Mar 2nd
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Michael R.J.

please look into doing a round table on the 1979 documentary UFO'S Are Real. Get Derek Hayes of Monsters Among Us podcast in on that too. That would make me so happy.

Jan 24th
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Jason Cordova

It would be nice to hear first hand from a practicioner.

Jan 9th
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Mike B

these guys are so incredibly unfunny

Jan 2nd
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Mike Flanagan

what is the name of the sea chanty played?

Nov 27th
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Jerry Stauffer

The Bible says that no man knows the day or the hour. when someone sets dates they've already gone off the rails. It doesn't stop them, though.

Oct 16th
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Jerry Stauffer

The Bible says that no man knows the day or the hour. when someone sets dates they've already gone off the rails. It doesn't stop them, though.

Oct 16th
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Gurt

Oh no... heavy Jeff the Killer vibes.

Sep 13th
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Tom Neal

I bought Keven's Kentucky Book of the Dead after listening to this, I love it! So he has one extra fan over here in London, England :)

Aug 21st
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Paul Bailey

Language police - Tenet: a religious or philosophical belief

Aug 8th
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Uncle Slapass

can someone recommend me podcasts like mysterious universe, or belief hole? I hate blurry photos, last podcast on the left, monster talk, basically any podcast that focuses on comedy or humor or themselves instead of the topic of the episode. as long as they tell stories, be it listener stories or random stories fine, I just don't want to hear them talk about their day for 45 min.

Jul 25th
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Uncle Slapass

I tried to listen to you guys again but I can't. you fuck around too much and talk for probably 15 or 20 min about the topic and the rest is literally just filler small talk crap like your lunch or your car sounds funny, I don't care about any of that.

Jul 25th
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Chris Frost

is this the last episode of blurry photos?

Jul 21st
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Emily Penning

That was so much in this episode that was wrong. some of the other eps also were light on facts but DAMN guys. c'mon.

Jun 17th
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