68: Episode 68: The Mothman Phenomenon Part Two – Indrid Cold

In early November of 1966, amid a flurry of UFO activity, a sewing machine salesman from West Virginia named Woodrow Derenberger was returning from a business trip to Marietta, Ohio, when he encountered one of the most bizarre and fascinating characters in Fortean history. Indrid Cold would not only come to be what Woody was…

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Campfire Classics Collection: Volume 6 – Haunted

In this week’s installment of Campfire Classics Collection, we have the pleasure of presenting a lesser known title from the undisputed master of the Victorian ghost story, Haunted by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu. A story of deceit, redemption, and vengeance; this tale will without a doubt chill you to the bone. Campfire: Tales of the…

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Friday Night Fright II

Tonight’s first tale chronicles the experiences of a young couple on a retreat in the frozen wilderness. Exploring the range of perception in instances of high strangeness, this story is a true testament to what it’s like when everything goes wrong.  Our second story is a terrifying look at what just may be going on…

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67: Episode 67: The Mothman Phenomenon Part One – The Onset

This week, we’re beginning our long-awaited series that on one of the most incredible time periods in American history. Many fans of Forteana are familiar with the Mothman, but precious few are aware of how truly mind blowing the flood of Fortean phenomena that surrounded those events in Point Pleasant, West Virginia were. This, our…

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Campfire Classics Collection Vol. 5 – A Ghost Story

In this week’s installment of Campfire Classics Collection, we’ll be snuggling up to the fire with A Ghost Story by acclaimed American writer, humorist, entrepreneur, publisher, and lecturer, Mark Twain. This tale is particularly fascinating because, not only is it good for a scare, it is a damming commentary on the hoax of the Cardiff…

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Friday Night Fright

This week’s first tale explores the nature of precognition, death, and the power of interpersonal relationships to transcend its boundaries. Someone Has Died chronicles a night in the life of a woman plagued by an unshakable feeling; the unwavering stone in her stomach that warns of impending doom.  Our second story tells the tale of a promising…

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66: Episode 66 – The Ackley Family Haunting

In 1967, George and Helen Ackley, along with their four children, moved into their dream home in Nyack, New York. This stunning eight-bedroom Victorian was built in the first decade of Nyack’s existence with a gorgeous view of the Hudson River. Little did they know, they would go on to forge a working relationship with…

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Fireside Chats: Entrepreneurship in the Paranormal with Jack Kirby

This week’s guest is none other than the intrepid editor-in-chief at Paranormality Magazine, Jack Kirby. Jack has built several wildly successful businesses over the last 20 years and has finally found a way to combine his unique approach to entrepreneurship and his love and fascination with all things Fortean. We dive deep into his young…

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65: Episode 65 – The Man from Taured

In 1954, a man landed at Haneda Airport. All seemed to be normal until he produced a passport the likes of which had never been seen. According to his exceptionally legitimate looking documents, he hailed from a nation named Taured. What transpired in an effort to legitimize this man’s claims truly boggle the mind. We’re…

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Fireside Chats: Bumps in the Night with Derek Olson

This week, we have a true blue experiencer. Derek Olson is someone who has lived with the paranormal alongside him his entire life. We discussed a wide array of phenomena, some genuinely quite terrifying, and landed on some pretty fascinating theories on what is behind a few of his more harrowing experiences. He was also…

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