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    Episode 27 – Champ Research with Scott Mardis & Bill Dranginis

    in Science

    Join us this week as discuss Champ research and other water cryptids with Scott Mardis and Bill Dranginis, both members of the Brite Yellow Champ Camp Research Team. Scott is one of the leading researchers into the mystery of the creature named Champ from Lake Champlain. He is a specialist in paleontology and has been a valuable volunteer contributor to the Vertebrate Paleontology Department of the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences. Scott starred on the first episode of Monster Quest, has led many expeditions for the creature, had a possible sighting in Vermont in 1994 when his interest in cryptozoology began, and even moved to the area for quite some time in order to concentrate on his research into the creature. He also runs a Facebook group named Zombie Plesiosaur Society. Bill brings a wealth of technology knowledge to the Brite Yellow team as a surveillance and security expert that has worked with the government for many years. As an engineer and technology developer, Bill is able to create custom equipment for any situation or research endeavor. Bill is also a well-respected cryptozoology researcher and lecturer with many years devoted to the search for more information about the existence of Bigfoot and lake monsters. His interest in the world of cryptozoology began after an unexplained cryptid encounter he had in Virginia 19 years ago.

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    Episode 10 - John Kirk

    in Podcasting

    This week we’ll be talking to author and crypozoological investigator, John Kirk about his research into Sasquatch and a number of other cryptids he has investigated and been on expeditions for. John is president of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club (BCSCC). He is also chairman of the Crypto Safari organization, which specializes in sending teams of investigators to remote parts of the world to search for animals as yet unidentified by science. Since 1996, John has been editor and publisher of the BCSCC Quarterly which is the flagship publication of the BCSCC.


    John is the author of the award-winning book In the Domain of the Lake Monsters, and is one of the world’s leading investigators into aquatic cryptids. He has investigated Ogopogo, Cadborosaurus, black alligators, unknown cameloids, lacustrean cryptids, and giant salamanders in British Columbia. He also has an extensive knowledge into aquatic cryptids in other geographic regions such as Champ from Lake Champlain and Nessie from Loch Ness.


    In 2001 John travelled with a Crypto Safari team to Cameroon and the Northern Republic of Congo to interview witnesses among the Baka pygmies and Bantu bushmen in regards to the Mokele Mbembe, a creature resembling a sauropod dinosaur. While there, him and his team also investigated reports of a creature resembling a styracosaurus type of dinosaur called Ngoubou and unearthed the first reports of a hominoid type creature which inhabits the region dubbed by locals as the Dodu.


    John has dedicated a considerable amount of time and resources in recent years into the subject of Sasquatch. He is extremely involved in investigating the various accounts of bipedal hominids of the world, most notably those of Sasquatch in North America and the Yeren of China. So please join us this week as we discuss his current research and investigations.

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    Part 2:New Segment of Eclectic and Fortean Phenomena

    in Entertainment

    Call us and join in the discussion! (718) 508-9419 + option #1
     
    Discussion Topics:
    US debt ceiling: “This horrifying circus” will continue, stated Martin Wolf, Financial Times journalist. Terry’s thought’s on health care, generally. Any good books you’re reading? Continued…In search of callers with answers to Fortean phenomena – a new eclectic segment. Casper Hauser; Lake Monsters: Loch Ness; Lake Champlain; Ogopogo; Morag; Clever Hans; Legend of Hill House; Spontaneous combusting humans; Giant Thunderbirds; Resurrection Mary; Continuing from last episode
    The Hobbit People; Orang Pendek; Colossal Squid; Legend of Dracula (Vlad Tsetesh); Philippine Vampire; Shroud of Turin What is Hell No! the radio show? Well, it’s a good water cooler talk show about what’s going on in the world. Hell No! is friendly, funny, real and focused on empowering the truth as well as giving a voice to people left in the dust. Hell No! isn't democratic, fascist, politically correct or a place for sacred cows. We're going to have fun and get down to brass tacks.

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    New Segment of Eclectic and Fortean Phenomena

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    Call us and join in the discussion! (718) 508-9419 + option #1
    Discussion Topics:
    Washington DC woman shot instead of being detained when approaching Capital. Americans divided over shutdown. Back to the roots of social responsibility. In search of callers with answers to Fortean phenomena – a new eclectic segment. Casper Hauser; Lake Monsters: Loch Ness; Lake Champlain; Ogopogo; Morag; Clever Hans; Legend of Hill House; Giant Thunderbirds; Resurrection Mary; The Hobbit People; Orang Pendek; Colossal Squid; Legend of Dracula (Vlad Tsetesh); Philippine Vampire; Shroud of Turin What is Hell No! the radio show? Well, Hell No! is friendly, funny, real and focused on empowering the truth as well as giving a voice to people left in the dust. Hell No! isn't democratic, fascist, politically correct or a place for sacred cows. We're going to have fun and get down to brass tacks.

  • 00:40

    WEBBWEAVER BOOKS PROUDLY PRESENTS: SUSAN SMITH-JOSEPHY

    in Books

    All Profits Donated to the National Center for Missing and Exploited ChildrenThe Creatures of Myth and Legend Bigfoot, Loch Ness Monster, Chupacabra. These are the names whispered by villagers and sailors and adventurers around the world. They fill the imagination with wonder and drive ordinary men mad in their quest to tame them. Join the Kindle All-Stars as they set off in search of the unseen. Journey with them into the heart of imagination itself, where the jungle grows dark and when something moves against you beneath the surface of the water, you dare not look. Susan Smith-Josephy is a writer, researcher and editor based in Quesnel, British Columbia. Her most recent project is the short story “The Ogopogo Club” which was selected to be part of the Kindle All Stars newest book “Carnival of Cryptids.” Susan has an ebook fiction anthology coming out later this year. Her first book, “Lillian Alling: the journey home” is a true account about a woman who, in the 1920s, walked from New York to Siberia via Canada and Alaska. Her next non-fiction book is about Jean Caux, the famed packer, who is known in British Columbia as Cataline.She is also researching some particularly gruesome British Columbian historical crimes. She has a degree in History from Simon Fraser University, and also studied journalism at Langara College. Susan has worked at various community newspapers throughout British Columbia as both a reporter and an editor.

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    The Paranormal Experience with Franklin Bale

    in Paranormal

    Hello abductees, on tonights thrilling episode, we will be discussing Canada's "Loch Ness Monster" called Ogopogo as well as California's top haunted areas for you to investigate.
    Feel free to call in and share any paranormal experiences  you may have encountered

  • 01:01

    HBM's Crypto-Corner Series Finale

    in Paranormal

    Bill and I are riding off into the sunset and moving on to other pursuits. Join us as we welcome for our final show Darin Richardson and Abe Del Rio and we remember our 3 years on the air, as well as giving you the latest Crypto-News. Please join us and call in if you can.

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    HBM's Crypto-Corner

    in Paranormal

    Guest: My Co-Host, Bill Green

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