What causes people to deny one of the most well known and documented atrocities of the modern age? What drives that sort of intense willful ignorance? Join us as we dive into the disgusting waters of holocaust deniers.
Born from Algonquin folklore, the Wendigo is a terrifying legendary creature with an insatiable hunger for human flesh. But don't let it get to you, because thinking of the Wendigo may give you the same desire. This week on Pseudophiles, we talk about the Wendigo and those who were reportedly affected by it. Also we can't help talking about Supernatural...
From treading where you shouldn't, to stealing that which is not yours, there are many ways to get cursed. One of them is by listening to this episode. So join us? This is Curses, this is Pseudophiles.
This week on Pseudophiles we are joined by the hilarious and brilliant Maria of the Misfit Book Club Podcast who shares with us the crazy and roller coaster of a human being that was (maybe still is?) Ambrose Bierce. We also delve into the story of the vanishing lighthouse keepers, the lost Sodder children, a few people that went missing for decades that eventually find their way home, and a lot of ridiculous conversation in between.
We all wonder how the people of the past built the pyramids, the stone heads on Easter Island, or Stonehenge. What if it were aliens.jpg? Or maybe it were something else entirely. Join us as we talk about ancient astronauts.
Following the first entry into King Tuts tomb 11 people involved died in freakish ways. This week on Pseudophiles, Torrance, Ben, and Sidney talk about whether these deaths were due to a curse or purely coincidental. They also explore ways to which they would like to curse others if their tomb was busted into by unwanted explorers.
This week we talk about the possibilities of the the imminent future. Robots, AI, cloning. What can we expect and what will the ethical and philosophical implications? Also can we put our heads on wolf bodies?