WEIRD TALES RADIO SHOW
It's the weekend and in this week’s Weird Tales Radio Show #169 we've a creature feature special: our guest is American film-maker Seth Breedlove talking about his Small Town Monsters movies and TV series, which now include Bigfoot, Mothman, ghost hunting and UFOs. We've also stories on werewolves, fairy folk and Swinging Sixties-inspired demonology, plus midsummer folklore and solstice ghosts.
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In the latest Weird Tales Radio Show (168) our guest psychologist Dr Gustav Kuhn, who runs the Magic Research Lab in London – are magicians' illusions now being used in marketing and by politicians to misdirect their audiences? We also revisit the Dyatlov Pass mystery and discover how Disney’s animated movie Frozen may hold the explanation. Plus much, much more.
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In this week’s Weird Tales Radio Show (167) our guest is one of the UK’s leading experts on guns, ancient and modern (and now YouTube legend): Jonathan Ferguson, the Keeper of Firearms & Artillery at the UK’s National Firearms Centre, which is part of the Royal Armouries museum in Leeds. He is taking us on a whistle stop tour of very dangerous toys for boys. Not only discussing the 27,000 plus pistols, rifles and machine guns in the museum’s collection, including some which would be not be out of place in steampunk movies, but also discussing how they are depicted, accurately or otherwise, in movies, TV series and computer gaming.
In this week’s Weird Tales Radio Show (episode #166) our guest is best-selling author and conference speaker Freddy Silva, here to treat us to one hour of high strangeness as we discuss ancient mysteries, alternative history, Earth’s pre-Flood civilisations, sacred sites, ley-lines, and crop circles. Freddy's website link is below...
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