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A plunge into the darkness of literature, cinema and real life horror to satisfy the most morbid of curiosities. I love to read horror novels, I also love to watch horror movies and I like to discuss the horrors of real life. Join my killer crew and indulge in the creepy and terrifying sometimes down right hilarious along with me! Welcome to the horror...have a killer day!
 
Globetrotting and mind exploring comedian Shane Mauss interviews scientists each week on journey to answer the biggest questions about the meanings of life (as well as a bunch of other random stuff you never imagined you would care about). Favorite topics include: psychology, biology, evolution, cognitive biases, behavioral economics, mating, animal behavior, neuroscience, and the subconscious
 
The Mad Scientist Podcast is a comedy show about the history and philosophy of science and pseudoscience. Hosted by Chris and Marie, join our intrepid hosts as they talk about all the weird stuff your science textbook left out. Because sometimes, the best way to learn how to think like a scientist is to talk about all the bad science floating around out there!
 
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TW: Colonialism, Big Game Hunting, Animal Attacks In 1898, two lions began systematically killing and eating Indian workers building a British train line over the River Tsavo in Kenya. Their stealth and cunning made them incredibly difficult to stop. In this episode, Hallie discusses the 9-month incident, the downfall of the lions at the hands of L…
 
Today I'm talking with my very close friend, Peter McGraw. We talk about the pros and cons of being single vs being in a relationship, traveling as a single person, living with another person, the negative view society has on singlehood. Check out Peter's podcast "Solo: The Single Person’s Guide To A Remarkable Life" here: https://petermcgraw.org/p…
 
*Episode available ad- and promo-free on www.patreon.com/headshotmedia* Cherry from Crimepedia Podcast stops by to talk about her recent endeavor into viewing her first autopsy! Find Cherry and Crimepedia at: https://twitter.com/cherrycupc4ke https://www.crimepediapodcast.com/ https://twitter.com/crimepedia Follow Autopsy Podcast: https://www.twitt…
 
I have a couple special announcements and updates to share with you in this short solo episode. Check out the latest Mind Under Matter episode to hear Ramin and I share all the details about our campout/festival: https://youtu.be/z1gkwbUX2rg Get tickets before they run out: https://mindunderpod.com/pages/campout Stay tuned! Timestamps: 00:00 Intro …
 
say hello to our new podpals over at Teen Up Podcast as i chat to hosts Isabella and Glenn and delve into the origin story of how Let's Talk Shit came to be. we explore the age old conversation about how teenagers shouldn't have the pressure of choosing their life paths at such an early age, and we even consider a few future plans for everyone's an…
 
Helena Miton is a cognitive anthropologist and complexity postdoctoral fellow at the Santa Fe Institute. She investigates how culture is maintained through time and what determines the shapes traditions take. She holds her Ph.D. in cognitive science from Central European University and previously was a member of the Minds & Traditions research grou…
 
Today I'm speaking with Dr. Christopher Kavanagh, who is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Cognitive & Evolutionary Anthropology. Chris is also the cohost of the Decoding the Gurus Podcast. We talk about the effect that internet gurus and thought leaders have on public perception of science and politics. Chris’ research focuses broadly …
 
Today I am speaking with Cecilea Mun, who is a Visiting Assistant Professor of the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics program, with the Department of Philosophy, at the University of Louisville, KY, and the founding director of the Society for Philosophy of Emotion, and the founding editor-in-chief of the Journal of Philosophy of Emotion. We talk …
 
*Episode available ad- and promo-free on www.patreon.com/headshotmedia* The story of Gabrielle Petito and the documented events leading to her disappearance and eventual discovery. As her autopsy report is not publicly available, Your Friendly Death Investigator presents a more traditional true crime narrative. Thank you for listening. Body Cam Foo…
 
This week I’m talking with Dave Ader, an interdisciplinary scholar in the fields of sustainable agriculture and rural development. He currently works as the Assistant Director and Research Assistant Professor in the Smith Center for International Sustainable Agriculture at the University of Tennessee. Joining me as a part of the One Health Initiati…
 
This week I am talking with Itai Yanai, Director of the Institute for Computational Medicine and Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology at NYU. We discuss Richard Dawkin’s book: The Selfish Gene, Darwin’s work with Evolution and Itai’s Podcast: The Night Science Podcast. Throughout the conversation we dive into extended phenotypes, sp…
 
This week I’m talking all about science communication with Susanna L Harris. Susanna earned her PhD in microbiology at UNC-Chapel Hill and is now working to build better communication in Biotech. We chat about how to more effectively communicate scientific information by guiding conversations, getting other people’s individual contexts, and the bes…
 
This episode, we dig deep into the reasons behind flourishing conspiracy theories so that we can better understand the wackiness surrounding this airport. Are conspiracy theories growing faster than in previous years? What conspiracies do the public believe in? How do we differentiate between a conspiracy theory, and state sponsored propaganda? Lea…
 
*Episode available ad- and promo-free on www.patreon.com/headshotmedia* Your Friendly Death Investigator uses his vague memory from his Criminal Justice studies to discuss Lionel Tate with social psychologist and host of Malice Podcast, Ariel Cooksey. For reference, this episode loosely follows up the Tiffany Eunich episode.…
 
does work really have to be hard on the daily? do I really need to stick it out to prove myself? and am i a serial employment hopper? let us explore friends hey to all who have decided to keep up to date with this shit show and the episodes that follow, thanks for sticking around! we have got our shit! together! and quit our jobs again so join me a…
 
Listen we don't have much time, but the airport is secretly a base for the Illuminati Lizard people and they are trying to turn us into Sheeple, man. Join us this episode as we delve into the most interesting part of history there is: long term public infrastructure development. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
pay rises, pettiness and peculiar hair cuts...let's get into it! should we benchmark being an adult by the amount of money we make? or by the act of moving out? maybe adult checklists are redundant in this day and age? why bother figuring it out when you can't solve the riddle of what mario and luigi's last name is? join us for another ep of let's …
 
Should the world of science have any bearing on the world of morality? Does a scientific fact imply a moral obligation? Should the way something "is" tell us how we "ought" to act? Or are morals, goodness and badness, justice and injustice, are these concepts that exist outside of the confines of experience? We discuss this interesting challenge on…
 
*Episode available ad- and promo-free on www.patreon.com/headshotmedia* In this YouTube expansion of the Autopsy Podcast, Your Friendly Death Investigator details the circumstances surrounding the recent federal charges being dropped against the guards who were in charge of watching Jeffrey Epstein the night he was found deceased. Originally Publis…
 
its a new year and the same old shit talking! congrats on surviving another christmas covid season, i have some venting to make up for so enjoy my initial rating of the year that currently is before we get into the reason i have been waking up every day...mister pacey witter. take a walk through memory lane as we unpack what I've watched so far fro…
 
curiosity didn't really kill the cat, usually it's the child that is exhibiting their first sign of becoming a serial killer... how do I know that? well I'm shocked you didn't already. textbook 101 in the true crime encyclopedia and you're gonna get a crash course lesson. true crime is popular and sensationalized and almost always blamed for the fe…
 
2021 has been a year...no extra descriptive word or pretty bow to pack everything neatly together, it was a bit of a shitshow. but hey! we made it! keeping accountable to your new year resolutions is a big deal and this year we go through my very own 2021 resolution list and see how I faired! instagram accounts mentioned in the episode * chouchou i…
 
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