Join your hosts, Halli, Cayla, Nathan and Courtney as they delve into the always surprising, often creepy, frequently hilarious world of the weirdest things in the human experience. Was Shakespeare a woman? Did you know that there was a secret room in Mount Rushmore? What actually happened to Brittany Murphy? (it's really not as straight forward as you would think)

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Live Rock


"Live rock" itself is not actually alive, but rather is simply made from the aragonite skeletons of long dead corals, or other calcareous organisms. A common fixture in saltwater aquariums that contributes to a healthy ecosystem and helps with tank upkeep. But sometimes when you bring live rock home, sometimes that's not all you're bringing home

Science does weird stuff sometimes. Sometimes it makes so little sense that it might as well be magic. In this episode Nathan talks a little bit about particle physics which he knows nothing about, and how conspiracy theorists have taken the idea of particle accelerators and turned them into a world ending theory.

In 1913 a group of researchers in Death Valley CA discovered something miraculous. Massive stones that were strewn across the valley floor left trails, some hundreds of feet long, in the cracked earth, as if they had moved on their own accord, as there were no signs of humans or animals in the area

The Georgia Guidestones: Fascinating art piece, social commentary, philosophical gravestone...or Satanic ritual site?

A particular political family has been known for decades among American families and around the world for their work. Whether it be their time in law, in office, or otherwise, rumors float around these two like flies on a corpse, which, just happens to be the topic Nathan is discussing. Are these just accidents in proximity or is there...