the Folklore of the Bermuda Triangle

Located in the Atlantic Ocean, the Bermuda Triangle has been the home to many strange occurrences to ships and planes. Is it the site of countless shipwrecks, the home to the watery graves of many airplanes, or is it just another stretch of ocean like all the others? Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of the Bermuda...

the Folklore of Paul Is Dead

She came in through the bathroom window, and replaced Paul McCartney with a look-alike. The band is definitely the greatest band ever to walk the face of the Earth, but according to some Paul McCartney has been someone different since 1966. Did Paul die in a horrific car accident or is it all just a bunch of hooey. Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of Paul is...

the Folklore of Number Stations

There’s nothing quite like finding a good radio station to tune in to while you drive across the country or settle into your comfy chair at home, but what if the radio began robotically reading out numbers, one after another, and then you heard a cartoon character yell at you? ¬†There are many number stations in the world, radio frequencies that broadcast strings of numbers, letters, and names, with no apparent rhyme or reason. ¬†International espionage is a foot as people try to get to the bottom of why number stations exist. Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of Number...

REBROADCAST: the Folklore of Friday the 13th

REBROADCAST: With Friday the Thirteenth quickly approaching, we want to let you guys know what it is that is so dangerous about the date. It’s not a holiday, it’s not a religious celebration, but over 17 million Americans recognize the date and it may be tied to Jesus. In this bonus episode we uncover the folklore and history of Friday the Thirteenth. Join Jack and Sam as they explore all of the exciting history and folklore of Friday the...

the Folklore of Amelia Earhart

Disappearing without a trace, Amelia Earhart bought her place in the hearts of millions as the first woman to complete a solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean. But in 1937 she and her navigator Fred Noonen disappeared over the Pacific Ocean. Many have theorized what happened to her, and that’s what we’ll take a look at today. Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of Amelia...