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Seth Andrews, a former Christian broadcaster and believer for 30 years, ultimately escaped the bonds of superstitious thinking to embrace the more satisfying explanations that science provides. A professional video producer and host of one of the most popular atheist communities on the internet, Seth Andrews brings a polished format, a relaxed environment and a rage-free challenge to the religious beliefs that defined his youth.
 
Award-winning horror author and ghost expert Lisa Morton presents Spine Tinglers, a podcast featuring celebrity readers bringing some of Lisa's most terrifying tales to life. With all-new stories crafted by Lisa and read by Dead Haglund, Bridget Marquardt, Rob Zabrecky, Richard Grove and more, Spine Tinglers is guaranteed to chill and thrill.
 
What if there was a book that literally opened up doorways to other worlds? Where would it lead, and could you handle what you found on the other side? Cassie, a teen that's having trouble fitting in at school, is about to find out. One day, after she wraps up community service at a local hospital, she stumbles out of the basement of a spooky bookshop and into a story set on a devil's staircase in a remote Italian village.
 
A spin off of the popular mecha podcast Gundamn @ MAHQ!, Chaos Theater was formed so that host Chris Guanche could talk about other great things that weren't giant robots. Co-host Pedro Cortes and other guests will hop on stage and tell you why various video games, anime, TV shows and books are worth your time.
 
Chiptune Tech is created to disseminate information regarding the tech side of the house when it comes to Chiptune hardware, mods, accessories, and all of the amazing innovations that people are doing to bring a brighter future to chiptune music. OhmNomNom is a collective of musicians, artists, tech heads and writers with a passion for chiptune music, retro gaming and old computers. We aim to share information and our passion to all of you. If you are interested submitting audio, video or ar ...
 
The Deus Vult Podcast engages any and all aspects of Catholic Culture for the sake of the defense of Christendom from the perspective of two, not-in-any-way-'regular' clerics from Fort Wayne, Indiana. Follow The Deus Vult Podcast on Facebook and deus.vult.podcast on Instagram, or email us at deusvultpodcast@gmail.com. [The content of The Deus Vult Podcast does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend.]
 
A Disney+ Podcast. Every week Garrett Martin welcomes a new guest who picks one show or movie from Disney+, and, uh, they talk about it. Expect comedians, critics, theme park experts, musicians, and more, every week, talking about whatever they choose from Disney's massive library.
 
Welcome to Wisdom Talks! We talk about current issues and events across the globe and locally. From life to politics, every topic is important and every story heard is a lesson learned. Whether it affects the individual or the masses, join us as we dive into the issue and learn together. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Next week is the anniversary of the premiere of the show Gargoyles, an animated 90s series with queer subtext simmering just under the surface — and that’s according to the show’s creator. In honor of that anniversary, we’re diving back into the Sewers archives for a chat with Fazaad Feroze, who became obsessed with the show when he was young. The …
 
This episode starts off with Brenda and Austin workshopping a revolutionary new kind of beer, “Possum Pee”, a warm apply concoction with notes of dead leaves. After that we dive into Disney’s first foray into serious gritty cartoon world-building with “Gargoyles” a cartoon about ancient gargoyles that are cursed to be stone by day and alive at nigh…
 
Although the gargoyle as we know it today stems from medieval France, in ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, an early form of the gargoyle took shape first. On this episode, as we gear up for Halloween, we thought we’d chip away at the stony exterior of gargoyles and see what historical goodies we can find.…
 
This week is all about traitors! Jerrica’s mom is a traitor because she doesn’t like her baby name choices, Lia’s college romance novels are all traitors because they have no love hexagons in them, and the book of the week The Traitor Prince has one big traitor with very bad plan. They discuss their difference in opinions for this book, Jerrica com…
 
My guest this week has some catching up to do. David is a writer who grew up in a religious family, and until his early 30s was closeted and struggled through ex-gay treatments until he finally came out. Helping him to make the adjustment: Star Trek, where he came to realize he’d picked up more of his sense of right and wrong than from the church. …
 
Animal crossing fans, thou are eating well. Hope you are having fun on your island. Brenda is here to talk about once prolific animation studio Hanna-Barbera, who not only created beloved characters like Scooby Doo and the Flintstones (and Brenda’s favorite Top Cat) but revolutionized television animation as we know it. Learn more about your ad cho…
 
When the producers of my other podcast "Ghost Magnet with Bridget Marquardt" told me they acquired a sign from the The Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles, you know I had to write a story about it. "Rafe, a collector of morbid artifacts, is thrilled when he acquires the sign of the notorious Hotel Serra…but the sign is made of more than just old wood and pa…
 
Lia and Jerrica meet irl again and they have stories to discuss! Jerrica used her sick days to read an epic four part series she loved-until she realized it didn’t end there and has to wait half a year for the next. This brings up the “how long is too long” series discussion. Our book of the week Legendborn is part one of a series and we find ourse…
 
Brussels sprouts aren’t the favorite of many, and there could be a good reason for that. The often-overboiled side dish comes complete with a mushy texture, yellowed color and a rotten-egg smell that stays in your house and your hair for days. But, if you cook them right, it’s a whole other story. And you better cook them right, because some say ev…
 
Folks, on this week's ep we learn about why you shouldn't call 911 just because you have to pee, a fun prank involving a shark tracker, why one man decided to make his house constantly rotate, why crabs are being fucked up by magnets, and the British baker going off on cheap U.K. sprinkles We're doing another LIVE podcast w/ special guest Jo Firest…
 
Summer One-Shot 2021: Summer of Strahd pt.4 This episode of Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies: Summer of Strahd! The party find Strahd’s enemy and the Tome of Strahd. Cast & Credits: DM: Tommy Producer, Editor & Aba’Phel: Scott Social Media & Flow: DeSombre Social Media & Tristan: Juan Theme Music: Taylor Calise Additonal Sound Effects: Zapsplat.com Art: J…
 
The number 13 really does have some baggage attached to it, and not all of it is deserving! We as a society may like to think we aren’t superstitious like people from ancient times or even the Middle Ages, but in fact we all still do a lot of things that stem from the superstitions of our ancestors. On this episode, we’re going to show you how the …
 
This week Lia and Jerrica prove that nothing can stop them from reading- and podcasting about their reading! Though it was a bit of a slump week as they disagree about the current book, Jerrica realizes the series she is side binge-reading has another installment not yet released, and Lia doesn’t feel the inspiration from her books to the point of …
 
Folks, on this week's ep we hear about a 27,000 year old ancient toilet, how the details of a French military tank were divulged on an internet forum, the rescued castaways who were very chill about the situation, why a college football coach threw a clipboard into the stands, and Meghan Trainor pooping next to one of the Spy Kids We're doing anoth…
 
My guest on the Sewers of Paris podcast this week is the author of The Other Man, a forthcoming novel set in Mumbai about two men from very different cultures falling in love. Farhad Dadyburjor knows a thing or two about bridging cultures — growing up in India, he developed a deep obsession with western pop stars like Madonna and even came out to a…
 
Hey everyone, we are BACK. First off, we have to talk about Crisp Rat as Mario, and then Brenda deep dives right into the history of one of Jim Henson’s final projects: The Disney Hollywood Studios attraction Muppet Vision 3D. We talk about Pizza Rats (not the one you’re thinking), have many references to undisclosed amounts of money, and how kind …
 
Dave has found a great new craft beer that he can’t stop drinking…and drinking… Welcome to an addicting all new episode of Lisa Morton's Spine Tinglers. You may not know his name, but if you've ever been on Disneyland's Tower of Terror ride, you've seen Robert Rhine as Rod Serling. You may also know him from his numerous acting roles as well as the…
 
Welcome to an all new episode of Lisa Morton's Spine Tinglers. This wee A podcast host’s latest guest turns out to be both dead…and dangerous in THE PODCAST. If you've been marathoning The Sopranos you'll recognize actor, comedian Ed Crasnick as the standup about the get murdered by Paulie Walnuts. Today, Ed's got a whole new guest to worry about. …
 
In this episode our book of the week takes us back to the 1920s where booze is called giggle water and a modern name is Dorothy, oh, and monsters of all kinds exist! In other reading, Jerrica and Lia had a sick week and read- a lot. Jerrica’s choices were questionable as usual. And after starting the newest book of the week, Nothing to See Here by …
 
Get ready for the first cartoon of the spooky season on the Cartoon Tonic Podcast! The crew kicks things off by watching; Over The Garden Wall! Ever wonder what it's like to fall head first into a Halloween postcard? Us too! Join the crew as they discuss Halloween trivia and head to a totally normal town with normal people… Love what you hear? Like…
 
Folks, on this week's What A Time To Be Alive we hear about why a record setting catfish catch was disqualified, Shakira being attacked by wild boars, the severe lack of clowns in Ireland, an accidental crypto app payout, and the missing drunk man who joined a search party to find himself We're doing another LIVE podcast w/ special guest Jo Firesto…
 
My guest on the Sewers of Paris podcast this week would like you to see him at his worst. Ian Lockwood is a New York based pop music comedian who makes goofy music videos in which he plays his messiest self. It’s a style inspired in part by his relationship with the Twilight novels — which he started reading as a joke, and was then startled to disc…
 
Dr. Kristin Du Mez is a Christian, yet she is also taking to task America's hard leanings into white Christian Nationalism and authoritarian "God warrior" narratives. Join us for a compelling discussion about her new book. BOOK LINK: https://amzn.to/391DTU1 Dr. Du Mez's website: https://kristindumez.com/ VIDEO of this discussion: https://youtu.be/a…
 
Hauntings, as we all know, usually take place in places that have tragic histories. Throw in some paranormal conductors, like water, limestone or fault lines, and you have the makings for the next great scary movie. On this episode, we enter at our own risk three hospitals that were the final resting places for epidemic victims – victims who are sa…
 
Folks, the hilarious Julia Claire joins us on this week's ep as we hear about the start of Fat Bear Week 2021, how a new white paint could mean the end of air conditioning, how the sixty year old owner of a pro soccer team played most of the game, the gorilla's at the Bronx zoo that blow each other, what culinary treat was being made on a missing h…
 
The majority of us were affected by Tropical storm Ida on September 1st, and as such we need to take a hiatus from releasing episodes, and recording/editing Season 2 of Rocks Fall Everyone Dies! while we deal with the aftermath and damage from the storm and subsequent flooding. I'm sorry for the inevitable delay, but the most important thing is tha…
 
Guest content from our friends at Realm. When a Black writer goes missing in the Hudson Valley, a well-meaning but misguided white podcast host with a savior complex takes up the cause of finding her—and collides with a coven of influencers she suspects are responsible. Written by Pia Wilson, playwright for tv, film and now podcasts, and starring O…
 
Andrew Seidel has penned a latter for Religion Dispatches that serves as an encouragement to exvangelicals. In this (free) short bonus show, with their permission, I read the text of that letter. ARTICLE: https://religiondispatches.org/a-love-letter-to-exvangelicals-and-those-deconstructing-their-toxic-faith/…
 
My guest this week is Craig Johnson — director of the movies Skeleton Twins and Alex Strangelove, among many other projects. His creative interests straddle two very different worlds: Troubled suburban families, and weird creepy monsters … which maybe aren’t so different after all. Fortunately, he gets to explore those topics on screen — thanks to …
 
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