the Folklore of the Sandman

Whether you believe in him as the gentle old man who comes to send small children to sleep with pleasant dreams, or you believe he is a monster lurking under your bed just waiting to fill your sleep with nightmares, the sandman has been around for a long time.  Armed with his magic sand, and in some cases his sweet milk, the sandman has been a staple of western culture for many hundreds of years. Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of the...

the Folklore of the Devil’s Pass

Nothing stinks like getting lost. But what would you say to getting lost with eight of your friends in the Ural mountains of Russia? You cannot escape the mountain of death, and neither could this friends as they went through the Devil’s Pass. Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of the Devil’s...

the Folklore of the Oak Island Money Pit

Who is to say that the value of buried treasure isn’t greater than the sum of the pieces of the treasure?  For over two centuries people have been searching for buried treasure on Oak Island, yet the money pit has never revealed what lies at it’s deepest point.  Could it be treasure, or perhaps secret documents?   Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of the Oak Island Money...

the Folklore of the Rougarou

There are many strange things that live in the woods, but the weirdest creatures live in the bayou. The Rougarou lurks in the murky shadows of the Louisiana bayou just north of New Orleans, and at the shed of blood a new Rougarou is made. Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of the...

the Folklore of the Hawaiian Night Marchers

Across the pacific ocean is a small cluster of islands home to luaus, hula, countless coconuts, and the most terrifying procession of decomposing bodies that the world has ever seen.  According to some, the ancient warriors of Hawaii march about the islands of Hawaii with their chief in order to try and help them make it to the next world.   Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of the Hawaiian Night...

the Folklore of Geronimo

American’s have been shouting “Geronimo” when they jump from high places for the last 75 years, but do you know why? He was a leader of the Apache and the last Native American to put up a great resistance to the white settlers. After his family was massacred he went on a revenge streak to seek vengeance against the Mexican government. Join Jack and Sam as they explore the folklore of...