The man that basically started it all. Everything we know about alien abduction comes for the man Mr. Strieber, Join us and our returning special guest about the legend of Whitley Strieber,
From treading where you shouldn't, to stealing that which is not yours, there are many ways to get cursed. One of them is by listening to this episode. So join us? This is Curses, this is Pseudophiles.
Be careful where you take your next cruise. The Bermuda Triangle might eat you alive. Join us as we we talk about the mysterious area of the sea.
Beautiful voices, scaly tales, and clam shell bras. The mermaids have been tempting seafarers since the beginning of sea travel. Are they benevolent sea creatures, here to rescue drowning sailors, or are they harbingers of doom? Join us as we talk about mermaids.
Break out the 'nog and get rid of that problematic mistletoe, because it is Christmas. Or rather, it's a few days after Christmas. Join the gang as they completely avoid the premise of the podcast and just enjoy talking about the holidays.
Who knows what mysteries lie beneath our own feet? There could be undiscovered animals, plant life, and even entire civilizations below the earth's crust, if only someone adventurous enough could explore and discover for the rest of us! Join Ben, Sidney, and Torrance as they discuss the hollow earth theory.
We know that the power of suggestion can be very persuasive. But how persuasive? Could it convince you to be more motivated, quit smoking, or bark like a dog? In this episode we are exploring the history and methods in which people can be hypnotized and try to find a conclusion as to whether it is effective or a parlor trick.
This week Torrance, Ben, and Sidney take another look at a couple different forms of alternative medical treatments. On one hand you have the televangelist who makes a spectacle of laying on hands in the name of God while asking everyone for donations. On the other you have the unregulated homeopathic expert who essentially gives you sugar pills to heal you of your ailments. Is there any merit to either of these approaches? Find out this week on Pseudophiles.