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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This week we dive into the Jehovah's Witness classic: Questions Young People Ask: Answers that Work. This is real literature produced by the church packed with answers to all the most pressing questions of JW youth, how do you resist peer pressure? What if you have shitty parents? What should you do if you feel like you might be gay?...

Jack Parsons


Sex, cults, black magic, Aleister Crowley, Scientology and…rockets? Really?

Humans have been decorating their fingernails far as back as we can remember, but while today this is considered a frivolous, feminine form of expression, its histories have roots in war and symbolism of leadership

Aokigahara Forest, the Sea of Trees. Is a dense patch of woods northeast of MT Fuji with many stories that surround it. Some are mythical, some are unfortunate, and some are just popular tourist spots. Nathan gives us a brief view of this mysterious location

This beautiful nightscape is the city of Bielefeld. Bielefeld is a city in north-western Germany, with a population of about 323,000. It's in the state of North-Rhine-Westphalia, and is the 18th largest city in Germany, with a large university and hospital, a historic castle, and a fairly typically Germanic-looking church. Or at least that's...