Spooooooky: Your weekend podcast roundup.
The unexplained and mysterious have fascinated us since the very beginning. Although many of the unexplained and mysterious events people witnessed in the past have been explained through science, numerous myths and legends still abound throughout the world.
From hairy ape-men in the woods to the sightings of once-thought extinct dinosaurs to little gray beings abducting people and performing experiments, millions of people continue to report unexplained encounters. For more of the unexplained, here are some of the best mystery podcasts to listen to.
Looking at the legendary strange and unusual events from history, hosts Scott Philbrook and Forrest Burgess explore the world of the unexplained. Philbrook and Burgess interview people who have had close encounters with …. Recent episodes include: “Small Town Monsters,” “Strange Tales from Wales & UFO School Days” and “Roswelsh: The Berwyn Mountain UFO Incident.”
Find it: http://www.astonishinglegends.com/
Not taking the expression “we don’t know” as an answer, the Unexplained Mysteries podcast investigates the greatest mysteries of history and life. Weekly episodes uncover everything from ancient history to the mysterious events of modern times. Recent episodes include: “Giant Skeletons,” “King Arthur — The Warrior King” and “The Loch Ness Monster.”
Find it: https://apple.co/2NCMiRu
Uncovering Unexplained Mysteries
Unsolved mysteries can be the most intriguing, with no firm conclusion to what really happened. Mike and Josh of the Uncovering Unexplained Mysteries podcast investigate the most incredible unsolved mysteries throughout history. Recent episodes include: “Jim Jones & The People Temple,” “FRAUDS” and “Jesus Camp.”
Find it: https://apple.co/2N0K1lS
Devoted to bizarre, surreal and extraordinary stories from around the U.S., hosts Kelly and Beth discuss the strangest stories they’ve heard. Topics include surviving a barrel ride over Niagara Falls, ghosts and plain weirdness. Recent episodes include: “Greenbrier Ghost,” “Mothman” and “Spirit Photography.”
Find it: http://strangecountry.libsyn.com/