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As is tradition on BoA:Audio, we celebrate Thanksgiving with the holiday special like no other: Ruxgiving! The incomparable and wildly popular Bruce Rux returns to the show to update us on his latest adventures and answer listener... more

Investigative journalist and self-described 'crackpot' historian Adam Gorightly makes his triumphant return to BoA:Audio to help us celebrate our final season. Expected topics include Adam's forthcoming appearance in the feature film The... more

In what may be our first-ever live Halloween night edition of the show, we welcome author and journalist Linda Godfrey for a discussion of her book Monsters Among Us, which looks at all manner of strange and unusual... more

BoA:Audio welcomes back an astute observer of the esoteric and one of the more perceptive pundits in the world of the paranormal, Red Pill Junkie, for a jam session discussing high strangeness cases that leave one scratching their head... more

UFO historian and academic chronicler of conspiracy lore, Aaron Gulyas joins us to discuss some of the weird and wacky events and characters from the flying saucer era of ufology as well as the origins and evolution of conspiracy theories.

Fresh off an exciting expedition to Ireland, Fortean author Joshua Cutchin joins us to discuss his adventure and observations as well as the exhaustive research he's been doing into faerie lore. Plus, paranormal smells and esoteric foods.

Acclaimed filmmaker, chronicler of cryptid tales from across America, and this year's Golden Yeti award winner, Seth Breedlove, joins BoA:Audio for a discussion on cryptid filmmaking, Mothman, the early 1970's Bigfoot/UFO flap in... more

Avid scholar of the paranormal, Wren Collier joins BoA:Audio to discuss the intersection of ufology and the occult as well as the noteworthy lack of diversity in the world of UFO research.

Actor, comedian, and longtime listener, Steve Berg, joins BoA:Audio to discuss life in Hollywood and his fascination with the paranormal. Steve should look familiar to fans of the Comedy Central programs 'Drunk History' and 'Idiot Sitter' as well as... more

Author and chronicler of the unusual, Robert Schneck, shares strange-but-true tales from American history and this past weekend's oustanding International Cryptozoology Conference in Portland, Maine, where he discussed the 'Ape... more

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