This week, RJ shares the tale of an ancient structure that defies everything we know about history… If you stop listening before we get to the rational explanation. Rachel shares a tale about a man with only a misspelled first name and a birthday and he only got one of those things right.
This week, Rachel looks at some Reddit Alien stories for a change of pace. RJ looks at a very famous haunted location that they’ve visited because it has found its way into the haunted hall of fame. That’s not a place, but we wish it was.
This week RJ looks at a potential UFO encounter with evidence that’s as close as a walk from a listener’s in-law’s house! Rachel tells a strange story where the evidence was a short walk from many, many people’s houses! Also, stay tuned after the outro at the end of the episode for this week’s bloopers!
This week we discuss how we feel about aliens, ghosts, conspiracies, cryptids, etc. in general. This is so we can document our overall thoughts and see how/if they change over time. Join the conversation!
This week, Rachel looks at a classically creepy hospital that’s been shrouded in even more mystery. RJ looks at one of the most defining early UFO incidents that helped start UFO culture.
This week on Skeptical Skeptics, Rachel tells a tale about two twins that did a bunch of strange stuff in a short amount of time despite being seemingly normal people. RJ tells many tales about weird people going through weird things that actually call the cops for once!
This week on Skeptical Skeptics, RJ looks at an area that is like a sitcom clip show, it’s got a little bit of everything we’ve talked about before. Meanwhile, Rachel looks into something pretty new to the show. I mean, we had something similar in episode 1. But that was a LONG time ago!
This week on the Skeptical Skeptics Podcast, Rachel looks at the evils that lurk behind the…. DEnver Airport. Meanwhile, RJ takes a look at the aliens, ghosts, and whistleblowers (fakes) at Fort Irwin… I mean, 29 Palms… I mean, Joshua Tree.
This week on Skeptical Skeptics, Rachel looks at an abduction that occurred while two, not intoxicated people, went fishing. The shocking part of that story is not that the abduction took place, but that the fishermen were not intoxicated… Astounding. RJ looks into precognition. After reading this description, sleep on it and see if you know which stories he’ll be talking about!
This week Rachel talks about the Battle of Los Angeles which was a famous(?) battle against the Japanese, or Aliens, or Balloons, or Blimps, or all of the above. Either way, something (or nothing) got shot at… A lot. RJ presents the case of Gil Perez, The Transported Soldier from 1593. Forget mermaids and whatever other crap they […]