People are seeing something in the woods and there are too many reports for this to be ignored. Join us every Sunday night as we discuss recent Sasquatch sightings, encounters and talk to Bigfoot eye witnesses. Listen as we speak with researchers, witnesses and investigators to unravel the mystery of Bigfoot. Every week we will also bring you the latest Bigfoot news and information. Additional episodes and exclusive content can be found on our website www.sasquatchchronicles.com. Become a Membe...
Release date: 2023-03-04
1. I frickin’ love this podcast! - Hooked from day one! It’s so intriguing to hear these people’s stories, so much more interesting than watching some sensationalized “mockumentary”. Most of these people sound sincere, maybe a couple of them I doubted, but overall these stores are fascinating and I’m not sure I can ever camp in the woods alone again now. I’ve always believed Sasquatch exists and I know people who have found trace evidence and heard them. Absolutely enjoying this podcast! Thank you.
2. Wes is always a breath of fresh air - The people Wes interviews are brave souls to speak about their adventures with Sasquatch. I cannot imagine what I’d do in their place, seeing or hearing a creature many folks say doesn’t exist. Sasquatch Chronicles provides a platform for each of them to speak publicly. Wes has the greatest respect for his guests. He’s supportive & encouraging, especially with Veterans, and gives them the opportunity to speak about their time serving our country in addition to telling of their encounters. This podcast isn’t about the host. It’s informative & entertaining and presented by a man with a big heart. His style of podcast offers listeners a chance to experience a Sasquatch encounter from each guest’s personal perspective.
3. Thought Provoking - Wes is an awesome host in that he allows the guest to tell their stories without interrupting the flow of their account. Incredible and sometimes terrifying accounts of Sasquatch in one place. I can listen to these all day and it’s always great to learn new information or detail from peoples accounts.
4. Best podcast hands down - Wes your podcast is amazing! You do a great job and your interviewing style is very professional. I always look forward to new episodes and often listen to old episodes. Takes courage to do what you do. Some people just can’t handle the truth. Keep doing what you are doing brother!!!
5. Best podcast by far if you are interested in the subject of Bigfoot! - Always a great eye witness story being told. Wes… “ the host of the show “ does a really great job. I like and appreciate his style as an interviewer. He lets the witness tell there story with little to no interruption. When he does speak with the witnesses, he asks good and intelligent questions. It makes the listening experience fun/interesting. He speaks with a genuine and professional feel. I have been listening to this podcast for several years now, and I’m always excited for a new episode. I listen to a few other podcasts on the subject of Bigfoot/Sasquatch and SASQUATCH CHRONICLES is to me hands down my favorite.
6. Best Bigfoot podcast - Sasquatch Chronicles is simply the best. Wes is an excellent host with a genuine care for each guest he interviews. Been listening for years and I find every episode a thrilling, compelling and entertaining listen before bed. Helps me with my insomnia- something about listening to ppl talk and tell a story that is so unusual keeps my mind from thinking on a million other things and can just relax and enjoy it. And for that I’m grateful for this podcast!! Definitely worth listening to.
7. Essential Bigfoot Listening - One of the best places for sasquatch related content anywhere. One of my favorite shows easily! Wes does a wonderful job at making the interviews entertaining, respectful, and thoughtful. He also does a really good job at helping witnesses feel comfortable to speak naturally and brings a level of realness and empathy to person while still keeping on track with all the most relevant details. I think there’s just the right amount of Bigfoot story and also getting to know the person outside of the story. A lot of people who have sightings are naturally down to earth simple outdoors types and I really enjoy just listening to them talk about their lives sometimes. Wes always keeps it relevant, entertaining, and serious as needed for each interview to make the show enjoyable!
8. Too many details that make the podcast boring - Interviewer must insist the witness give excruciating details that are not important to most listeners. I’d like to hear more details of what the squatch looks like, or their behavior. Describing - minutes describing the trail the witness walked is boring.
9. This is the Best Podcast ever - I’ve been listening since this was a young podcast at least since . I cannot believe the trolls leaving comments saying these are fake, they’re being read from a script…THAT IS RIDICULOUS!! This show is meant to be an outlet for people to tell what happened to them when they ran into one of these things. Wes has provided a great service to the world and trolls should shut up and go away! This is a star show!!
On The DarkHorse Podcast, we will explore questions that matter, with tools that work. Weekly episodes of "The Evolutionary Lens" are co-hosted with Heather Heying, in which we use an evolutionary toolkit to reveal patterns in nature--including human nature. Other episodes will feature Bret hosting long form discussions. Some guests will be well known, others obscure, but all of them are chosen because they have demonstrated unusual insight. The state and future of civilization will be a recurri...
Release date: 2023-02-28
1. So smart and likeable - Bret and Heather make the complex understandable and entertaining. Bret will interview a guest speaking way advanced geek-speak and somehow when he is done processing it, I can understand it. I am so glad that they are standing up for actual science. Oh, and you have to love a podcast where the cat spills liquid on the tech and Heather just keeps going. It is Thank you, Stephanie
2. The first intellectuals I can tolerate. - I love this show. Brett and Heather have such a wonderful and respectful relationship. Both of their voices are so smooth, I often fall asleep to them and must listen to each show twice. In a world full of credentialism, I find that those who insist we call them Dr. are the ones we are finding we can trust the least. Dark Horse is the exception. Instead of using their education to gain power and money, Heather and Brett are fighting for truth.
3. Must listen - The podcasts are long and there is a lot of chitchat, but there are gold nuggets of information and lessons even in the chitchat. You must set aside time to listen without distraction. It may not be obvious at first, but the podcast is ultimately about how to think. Information is the bonus. Always interesting. Must listen.
4. Scott Adams/Logic&Reasoning - Awesome as always. Adam’s argument over time is that “Do your own research” is flawed we minor exceptions (ie you two) Experts, media, etc. can’t be trusted and we all have bias. My bigger issue is that we have dumbed down education to the point where few develop logic and reasoning skills. Combine that with the fact that assumptions are messed up to the point that one can’t assume that person born with male parts is a man and that everything is racist. This is the explicit version of illiberal brain scrambling that young people have experienced for the last years. We expect non-stem educated people to have skill in deductive reasoning and logic? That makes us illogical. Project this out years…the queasy feeling in your stomach says it all.
5. Rising Above - The content is topical and unbiased. I’ve learned a lot. Perhaps most revealing about the hosts is their restraint, maybe mercy. A well known podcaster went quite personal a while back with his explanation for why he would not welcome Dr. Weinstein or Dr. Heying back to debate Covid craziness. Although they could have spiked the football, they have not gloated over developments proving them right. They seek no feud with the man who more and more is not Making Sense.
6. Pod is good-intro is way too long - The topics are great. The discussion is great. However, sifting through nearly minutes of “support us here”, “buy our hoodie”, “when we were at Evergreen”, “YouTube demonetized us” etc, at the beginning of every single episode, is exhausting. Hit the sponsor spots and get to the show.
7. Always interesting, occasionally hilarious - Missing an episode of Darkhorse is not an option for me. The thought of missing one of Dr. Weinstein’s witticisms or one of Dr. Heying’s insights is just too traumatic. Their conversations are always fun, interesting, and enlightening whether you agree, disagree, or are entirely ambivalent. Sometimes they’re downright hilarious, at other times they’re frighteningly prescient. And they are unfailingly likable. Highly recommended.
8. - Love all your shows. I forget how I first came to hear of your show. Megan kelly? Glenn Beck? I am half way through .
I had to stop a couple of times because to be honest the subject I found to be a little overwhelming.
How to protect my family/ grandchildren from these little known dangers in our food supply? I am at the point of your conversation Re: conservative versus progressive. Some years back, considering all the labels, I thought myself to be conservative.
I want to conserve the fundamental goodness of our country and traditions.
That said nothing … if we are alive we want to Create or improve upon. Isn’t That is human nature? Heather You made me think of something.
Background: I come from a long line of family that used our skills to build stuff.
Well the men folk did : )
We helped siblings and family members build decks etc.
Not all the new male in-laws had these skills but they learned a lot from the others. My husband included.
Our family size has gotten smaller w this new generation. A couple of years ago in our ’s we paid the Amish to build us a deck. It felt so odd to pay outsiders do a home project.
I have a greater appreciation for the abilities my grandfather, father and uncles had.
It was a great experience ( Amish) but I don’t want to lose these skills in our family line. Your shows are always informative & entertaining.
9. Audio poor but content rich! - As a long time listener I appreciate the challenges Weinstein and Heying have faced along with their recent move. But the awful quality of the audio lately-complete with open mic soup making along with dish washing- makes it hard to get thru the episodes. I'll assume it's temporary and keep returning for enlightening conversation.
The Confessionals is where witnesses of the unexplained share their stories and encounters with the world. Through long-form conversations, we pull out as much detail about one's experience as possible. Join us as we delve into the unknown side of life, from bigfoot and dogman to UFOs to paranormal activity to even conspiracies.
Release date: 2023-03-06
1. Best podcast ever - Except for when I was a member and decided to unsubscribe from membership because Tony can be very pompass at times. His personality isn’t for everyone when he gets in his attitude mode. I just won’t spend my extra $ on someone like that to live a better life. His opinions can come off very narcissistic. HOWEVER, that’s only the bad. Tony is an amazing podcaster with excellent content for the most part when he isn’t constantly turning subjects into his own stuff. All. The. Time. I do love the podcast and content. I even mostly like Tony and think he’s great. Just not someone I could personally get along with in real life cuz our personality’s would clash. That has nothing to do with the podcast tho, hence, stars. Would give more if I could.
2. Going Downhill Sadly… - I used to LOVE this podcast when it was all topics high strangeness, but the last year has increasingly been more about Christianity. It’s rare now that Tony puts on anything that does not revolve around Christianity. And he’s getting a bit preachy too. Now he is talking about God telling him to do a podcast. I had to turn it off, please get back to your roots Tony. Your going to lose a chunk of your fan base.
3. Found Podcast on Long Drive - Really enjoy the interview format and story telling. Probably wasn’t the best idea to start with episode Desert Cult driving in the middle of nowhere in the middle of night. But couldn’t wait to see how it ended. Great work will add follow and keep listening to more!
4. Taking advantage of peoples ignorance. - The show? Sure monsters, whatever that’s fine, connects it to religion usually. The problem I have is he’s pushing adds like: buy this garbage product it will protect you from an EMP attack… what? That’s not how it works, it’s on the level of pushing silver water as a miracle cure. Snake oil, low morals.
5. Not What I Was Expecting - I thought this was going to be a show about the paranormal, but it’s really a show about the paranormal for hardcore Christians. Every episode revolves around Jesus: everything is a demon. And that’s fine. I just thought it was a podcast about the paranormal. But if you’re not a Christian, it’s hard to follow the conversations, because religion is central to everything. Live your truth, but it’s hard to approach the paranormal when you don’t have an open mind.
6. My first Podcast - I have never been much of a podcast listener and couldn’t even tell you what they had to offer.. until I ran across tony on YouTube and ever since I was hooked! No only was I hooked on tc I was also introduced to many other equally fantastic podcasts! You hold fast to your faith but allow room for the unknown, you welcome and accept anyone with a story they wish to share ! Couldn’t be better! Keep going Tony!
7. Great minus the pooches - This is probably my current favorite podcast. My only complaint the constant obsession with the most boring of the paranormal - dogmen. Every episode is mention of a werewol…I mean dogman and a plug for something dogman related, which I understand. Personally I just skip the mutt heavy ones along with ones starring other podcasters, authors, etc. When it’s regular call-ins from people who aren’t selling a book or promoting another podcast it’s perfect. Honestly it’s like % real call-ins if it sounds like I’m complaining a lot. The podcast is really great most of the time (but please Tony, less furry friends).
8. Tony says : “Pill ‘Em All!” - Strange Screams, Satanism, Sabbattean Sex Cults, CERN, Sacrifices, Symbolism, Saturn-worship, Sleeper Agents,Shadow-People, Shadow-gate, Subterranean Suns, Scientology, Sigils, Secret Societies, Sasquatches, San Fransisco Sutro Salt-baths, Centaurs & CIA Psy-Ops!!! The Confessionals Clearly & Completely Castrates the Cacophony of Crappy Coast to Coast Clones!! Tony says : Pill ‘Em All!
9. Ugh - I don’t know why he bothers having guests…all he wants to do is talk over everyone. I heard an episode where he said he couldn’t do interviews in person because it would be awkward having his “fans” in the room with him. So, it’s cool with Oprah but not Tony Merkel? Okay. He says, “like” times an episode and the dude just isn’t very bright. I try to listen because the topics and guests are interesting but, he inevitably just talks over everyone to tell his own stories, which are lame and % of the time religion based. It use to be better. If you listen because you think the topic will be interesting, the dude literally veers off into random nonsense constantly and laughs at everything he says. Oh, and the other day he had a guest on and Tony asked his guests why we are now hearing about so many dogman encounters. His guest gave the obvious answer, “Everyone can get online to tell their stories “. Well, Tony’s answer was ……His movie that he made about dog man is in e Reeseeeerrr Dude, we aren’t your friends, hanging out in your living room. We are here to hear a podcast about a topic and you no longer deliver that. NOBODY WANTS TO LISTEN TO YOU TALK OVER YOUR GUESTS FOR HOURs!!!!
Join Nic Ryan as he takes you on a weekly journey into the world of unexplained, and supernatural phenomena. Topics include historical accounts, and listener stories involving Hauntings, Bizarre Creatures, Extraterrestrials, Folklore, High Strangeness, Missing People, and much more. If you have an experience to share, email me or visit my website. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Voice Message: http://www.sharemyevp.com Website: https://www.paranormalmysteriespodcast.com/ Forum: ...
Release date: 2023-03-02
1. This is So Good! - I listen to this while trying to sleep, not a good idea I know, and it’s so interesting and Nic’s voice is nice so I find it relaxing. However, I was listening to the cinematic ghost story episode, and I was almost asleep. Then the part where it says “Talk to me” IT SOUNDED LIKE IT WAS IN THE ROOM. It woke me up so much! It was scary haha.
Anyway, this is a very entertaining podcast! Definitely Recommended.
2. Don’t let the naysayers get you down - Really enjoy this podcast, the narration and your kind, empathetic demeanor, Nic. For those of us paying attention, we know you’ve been going through a life transition, hope it brings all good things to you, and realize that the podcast has had to take a temporary back seat. Your fans can be patient as you and your family settle into your new home! Thanks for all you do!
3. Hi - I seen a shadow man that looks like Abraham Lincoln and then I saw it just go into time in Space. i’ve also seen a saucer up close it’s not really a saucer it’s actually it has a big red round light on The bottom of it and Had four windows on each side it had metal for its whole thing with lights on all of the metal on the ufo.
4. Vet Listener Stories Please - Okay show. Enjoy the narration. However, most of the listener submissions are terribly written and/or transparent fabrications. The host seems to read verbatim whatever delusional email from a year old makes it past his spam filter. Would be a better show if less credulous and some of the better stories were edited for grammar and clarity. Many of the non-listener story (regular) shows are pretty basic, but good.
5. Not sure - His mono tone voice will literally put me to sleep at night when I’m trying to go to bed, but also makes me uneasy as half the stories are demonic or possession, also seems like he runs out of episodes and just labels a past episode “Rewind” and puts it in as a new one. As I write this he has done the past episodes as Rewind. Not sure if he just doesn’t have the content or just doesn’t feel like making them.
6. This is the best PODCAST EVER! - Listen to this podcast this is the best podcast ever if you don’t believe in the paranormal then you should Believe in it after this podcast it makes me scared at night sometimes but it’s awesome I would give it stars you better try it.It can change your life forever!
7. Kip Dynamite is that you? - I’m a huge fan of paranormal podcasts so I listen to this podcast from time to time. It’s far from the worst but not my favorite. However, I can appreciate it and the work he puts into it. It has some good stories for sure, but his voice is far from creepy. He sounds just like Kip from Napoleon Dynamite. Kip is hilarious, but can he pull off a somber and scary ghost podcast?… not so much. I recommend changing the style of the show or start podcasting about something different.
8. Best Podcast! - Nicks Podcast, Paranormal Mysteries is the best paranormal podcast out there! He gives his listeners a voice to share their experiences. It’s easy to get lost in listening to him share everyone’s experiences. It’s good to know there’s many people out there that’s been through something paranormal and that gives your experience validation. Thanks Nick!
9. Nick Ryan has one of the best paranormal podcast available today - I’ve been listening to Nick for about three years and he has great stories to come in from listeners what are the things that I really enjoy about his podcast is it airs three times per week which makes it possible for me to get my paranormal fix almost every day if you like paranormal podcast then you should give this one a listen and I’m sure I’ll be coming to central part of your listening rotation
A fun-filled discussion of the big, mind-blowing, unanswered questions about the Universe. In each episode, Daniel Whiteson (a Physicist who works at CERN) and Jorge Cham (a popular online cartoonist) discuss some of the simple but profound questions that people have been wondering about for thousands of years, explaining the science in a fun, shorts-wearing and jargon-free way.
Release date: 2023-02-28
1. Unfortunately lost its way - Used to be fantastic podcast, some light banter and jokes at the beginning but quickly moved on to the content- which was always interesting and enlightening. Now episodes begin with or more minutes of cringey back and fourth that seems to get more and more absurd as time goes on. The hosts often seem to lack chemistry and do not sound like they even enjoy listening to each other’s responses as the jokes get worse. Its stilted and not fun anymore; it’s boring. And then the ads begin… so many ads. Ads for things like astrology websites (on a science podcast!!?), ads for online shopping, ads for other iHeartRadio podcasts. By the time the episode actually begins, minutes have passed. More ads in the middle. It’s a rough listen, hope they realize and change course.
2. Too much fluff/“jokes”/reiteration, too many ads - They don't have chemistry, or maybe they do, but I get the impression that neither finds the other particularly funny
Format of podcast: Ads.
"Banter" ("hey Daniel, do you think if the Hulk ate a black hole it would taste like donuts?" "ha ha ha. physicists are mad scientists who like donuts!" "lol"
The Question! What does a black hole look like? What if time had dimensions? Why is momentum conserved? Can gravitational waves escape a black hole? Is the the speed of light different depending on direction?
Random people (children, whoever) say what they think.
Interesting point . "We can only measure the speed of light via a round trip, so it could be, like, going faster in on the way out, or faster on the way back, and we just don't know" Jorge question re: Interesting point : "Wait what??? Whoa. So we just don't know" Interesting point . "Yeah cause you see we can only measure it on a round trip! So you see it could be instaneous on the way out and we just don't know"
Jorge question re: Interesting point : "Whoaaa. So like we don't know know the speed of light??"
Interesting point : "No! Because it could be like half as fast on the way out, and twice as fast on the way back"
"Banter": "Hey Daniel if I ate a black hole would I get really fat?" "ha ha ha. Your MASS would sure INCREASE!" "lol"
Jorge reiterates Interesting point : "So, we don't know the speed of light! Because we can only measure it on a round trip"
Daniel: "Yeah! Because we can only measure light on a round-trip, so we don't know if it goes faster in one direction or not"
Jorge: "But why would it?"
Daniel: "We don't know! Because you see we can only clock light on a round trip."
Daniel: Imagine if it were donuts!
The End Ads.
The light could have different speeds in different directions one was particular painful -- some of them are a bit less repetitive, and get to Interesting points or .
3. Great podcast! - I personally have found that some light comedy is such a nice addition to hard physics content, it helps keep the episodes fun and accessible and makes listening easier while multitasking. I find that more dense physics listening takes more focus and is harder to enjoy unless I can sit down and really pay attention. Great job Daniel and Jorge!
4. Great show, too many commercials - Great podcast. They do a great job of making the science approachable and digestible. Biggest complaint is the amount of commercials. Multiple long (in the neighborhood of minutes) commercial breaks is just too many for a podcast. It’s almost to the old tv model, minutes of content, minutes of commercials.
5. Daniel & Jorge Explain the Universe - Great topics as always, in an easily explained format. Daniel is excellent as always in breaking down topics for anyone to understand. Jorge brings a comedic element to the show, but, over the last year, he's barely on the program!, it's never addressed as to why, but, while Daniel is consistent and carries the show faithfully, there is one guest co host after another, something wrong is going on, they should rename it with just Daniel explains the universe!, Jorge shouldn't have his name on a show if the guy is constantly not showing up for work!, most of us wouldn't be able to get away with that!
6. The universe explained for dummies!! - And I say that proudly as someone with a huge case of science derp-itude. I struggled with science topics throughout school and never would’ve thought I’d end up enjoying a show like this. But I do! And I don’t work in a science-related field or anything, in fact I work in construction and like listening to this podcast while I’m out in the field. It helps me understand hugely complex topics in such a fun and entertaining way. I’m with Jorge all the way on the food analogies, and Daniel has a way of explaining things that makes sense without coming off as condescending. Totally cool! Thanks guys
7. Charming but not much content - The ads, jokes, and other filler make up about % of the airtime of each episode. I’m not even exaggerating — it’s really about minutes of science content in each hour-long episode. The banter is genuinely charming, but I wish they would (a) run less blaring, repetitive ads (b) respect their listeners a little more and include more and more substantive science in each episode. I’m reluctantly unsubscribing.
8. Fun Show! - I totally enjoy the podcast, gentlemen. I appreciate the science explanations, and how they are filtered through the fun side of your personalities. You have a nice rapport with each other. I have one suggestions: ) Please do something about the screaming volume of some of those ads. It’s so much louder than the podcast and is truly jolting every time they start.
9. Too many ads not enough science - What is with these so-called science communicators being so greedy? You don’t need different advertisements over different ad breaks in a minute episode. Communicating science to a general audience should not be a commercial endeavor. Shame on the hosts and creators of this podcast for selling out to capitalism. What a pathetic legacy to leave.
Escape the daily grind and immerse yourself in the natural world. Rich in imagery, sound, and information, BirdNote inspires you to notice the world around you.
Release date: 2023-03-05
1. Please speak clearly! - Bird Note really needs to be mindful that their podcast is an auditory broadcast. Having speakers that have the ability to actually speak clearly is the point of a broadcast. Several of the recent episodes have been frustrating enough to skip them if I hear particular voices.
Stop with the affections vocal fry!
2. birds? great. The wokeness? Not so much. - Love these short, well-produced bird tales. What I don't love is being preached at by pandering race-hustlers. One pod complained that we need more people of color birding. Do we really? Says who? Maybe "people of color" prefer to do other things.. why does the skin color of people doing this or that activity matter? Now I just heard (the long podcast in Aug ) a woman casually bemoan 's "state-sanctioned violence against black people." Really? Do you really believe that sentence, or do you just think that is what you are supposed to say to be an enlightened member of today's WokeWorld?
3. Accents - I am having trouble understanding - Hi. I am having trouble understanding some of the accents that are showing up in the feed. I am a -year-old female and I don’t understand what the people are saying. I am really having trouble with the accents. Sorry. But if I can’t understand the show I am going to unsubscribe.
4. Informative and entertaining - Bird Note is a great little podcast for anyone who’s interested in birds and the natural world. Sometimes what I need is a -minute break, and Bird Note provides it: taking me on a virtual walk in the wild; helping me hear bird songs; and often teaching me something I never knew before.
5. Fantastic Podcast! - I’m not even sure when I began listening, but curiously, after two or three years of just two minutes per day of this highly entertaining podcast, I realized that I now know quite a bit about my backyard birds and their lifestyles. My friends are amazed that I know the names and most of the songs of the different species in our area. I’ll admit that I’m a bit amazed myself. And thus I’d say it has and will continue to be two minutes of my day very well-spent. Thanks BirdNote!
A podcast about how we imagine, and how what we imagine shapes what we do. Each conversation brings together visionaries from the worlds of arts, sciences, humanities, and technology discussing the nature of imagination and how we collaborate to create the future. Hosted by Dr Brian Keating, Chancellor’s Distinguished Professor of Physics at UC San Diego. For show notes go to: BrianKeating.com/podcast
Release date: 2023-03-05
1. Brilliant, Entertaining and Captivating - “Into the Impossible” is the modern equivalent of the Algonquin Round Table — if the members of the “Vicious Circle” had been composed of the world’s leading thinkers in science, humanities and technology instead of editors, playwrights and denizens of Broadway. Oh - and if they recorded their conversations to share with the world. Fortunately for us, Dr. Brian Keating’s fascinating conversations with leading visionaries and thinkers are accessible as a podcast. His show is down-to-earth, funny and helps those of us without hard science backgrounds contemplate and grapple with ideas as far flung as quantum mechanics to cosmology, AI to NFTs and Galileo to the Galileo Project. No idea is too big for Into the Impossible and no sacred cow is safe under the scrutiny of Dr. Keating and his guests. Subscribe, listen and learn. If the soul survives death, then you’ll be in good company as Dorothy Parker
2. A brilliant insight into the universe - I just recently came across Into The Impossible and can honestly say I have become fascinated if not borderline obsessed. The guests, the information and the insight the podcast provides are amazing, needed and surreal. I don’t always understand much or a lot of the conversations but it is always fun, intriguing and leaves me wanting to learn more. Thank you Dr. Keating!
3. One of my “Go To” Sources for Science - I started listening to Brian Keating’s “Into the Impossible” last year, and have rarely missed an episode since. Whether it’s theoretical physics, cosmology, astronomy, the scientific method, or any number of relevant topics, this is definitely one of the most interesting, engaging, and entertaining places to keep informed.
4. Great Podcast, Great Host - Brian is really great at bringing on and talking with people with opposing viewpoints. This is how science should be done. Unlike many (most?) podcast hosts, Brian actually has the background to back his talk up, he isn't just a random dude or tiktok teenager philosophizing about life. More people should pay attention to this dude.
5. The best science podcast - The Into the Impossible podcast is one of the most fascinating science podcasts out there. What sets it apart is the way it tackles some of the most complex and cutting-edge topics in science without dumbing them down for a popular audience. The conversations that take place on this show are the same ones happening behind the scenes in the scientific community, and the insights and perspectives that emerge are truly mind-bending. If you're a science buff looking for a podcast that will challenge your intellect and expand your horizons, you won't find a better choice than Into the Impossible. Highly recommended!
6. Interesting but now wandering away - Dr Keating is an engaging and effective communicator. Unfortunately he is more and more focused on “boosting fringe voices” or bringing in his political or religious views, and less and less explaining key concepts in consensus physics. He seems very motivated by clickbaiting and building an audience, which may be related to his motivation towards controversy over coherence.
7. Great podcast highly recommend listening. - Dr. Brian Keating is a remarkable human being. He is a very good speaker and even better teacher that has a very rare ability of super human intelligence combined with superior intellectual perspective Dr. Keating can break very complicated ideas down and explain them in a way for the average person to grasp. Once you start listening you will be hooked and find yourself waiting for the next episode release. Thank you Dr. Keating for sharing your thoughts with the world.
8. Diverse conversations in physics and life - Dr. Brian Keating’s podcast is one of the best places to go for in-depth physics conversations and other open-hearted discourse. He treats his guests with respect but isn’t afraid to push back on controversial statements or steel-man an opposing perspective. As a teacher, he has a sense for how to put things in an easily understandable form, and always helps lead the listener through the complex world of physics.
9. Thankyou - I have never written a review for a podcast but after your last episode on Christmas, I felt impelled to say something. You are being authentic and laying yourself open to criticism to try to help clear the air to truth. It’s Very refreshing so thank you! Regarding your podcast. I really like it because I feel your drive for knowledge and authenticity from not just guests but yourself as well. I have to say often times the wording and subject matter is way over my head. Possibly you could give lay person’s definitions of the topic as you go along to help us nonscientists keep up to the facts as they spill out. Again…I really love what you do. J. Clancy
Bigfoot and Beyond with Cliff and Bobo is a weekly podcast hosted by Cliff Barackman and James "Bobo" Fay of Animal Planet's "Finding Bigfoot".
Release date: 2023-02-27
1. Q & A’s - Pretty good podcast. Would be better without the liberal west coast left wing political ads. And by the way Cliff, I’m not an ape. Just stick to Bigfoot evidence and encounters. That’s what everyone wants to hear. But all in all a great Bigfoot podcast and you guys are great Americans. Thanks Cliff and Bobo.
2. Pretty good BUT... - I’ve been into this subject since around the time Cliff Barackman was born, and he daily exemplifies exactly what’s wrong with the bigfoot community. It’s physically hard to sit here and listen to Cliff’s supreme arrogance as he subtly belittles anyone who doesn’t agree with him, and he contradicts himself constantly. On this Mondays show (//) he said “I don’t listen to any podcasts” then later claims that he “Never hears any reports having to do with paranormal (woo).” I would love to stop by his museum because obviously he has a specimen there, otherwise he wouldn’t be able to speak with such certainty. The pedantic language gets really old too. This show would be ten times better without him. Play us some guitar, Cliff. Otherwise just shut up.
3. Life enhancing—I couldn’t ask for more! - Humor, knowledge, insight, interesting guests, I’m a fan! I think Cliff and Bobo do a great job of keeping us up to date on our subject of interest. T. Roosevelt: It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better.
4. What does “the government” mean? - I love the show and like how you push back on people that say that the tracks just disappeared and such. However, I am disappointed in the conspiratorial nature of “the government”. What does that even mean? That feels like a cop out excuse like Sasquatch just vanishing when people can’t find tracks. Please define this gap in Sasquatch research more definitively please. Still, I love the show.
5. The Best Podcast - From the fantastic opening theme song, this podcast delivers high-quality content from beginning to end. It’s amazing how appealing these guys are to listen to, even if you’re a total skeptic! The easy banter, relaxed interview style and overall show format really make for a fun and entertaining podcast. I absolutely love it!
6. Love it! - I met Cliff and Bobo at a Bigfoot Conference back in , and they’re the NICEST guys ever! I love this podcast so much, it’s very informative and it almost feels like a “behind the scenes” of Finding Bigfoot. It’s also great hearing witness stories too. Very interesting, informative, and entertaining!
7. Legitimate Look At All Things Bigfoot! - I enjoy your show and, as a novice, have learned a great deal. Most of your guest are factual and to the point. I really enjoy the programs where you answer questions from listeners. Mine for you would be, what do you envision for the future of Bigfoot research and how will Bigfoot coexist with an ever increasing and uniformed population? One last thing, I pick up on subtle friction between the two of you and can’t help but wonder what the back story is about your REAL relationship. Tell, please!
8. No Longer a Fan - I grew up a Bigfoot fan. Read all I could get my hands on since elementary school on the subject. I discovered Bigfoot and Beyond ands listened weekly through dozens of episodes. I appreciate the friendship between Bo Bo and Cliff. But Cliff’s insistence and persistence on degrading humanity to the level of all animal life and regular derogatory comments equating faith to mythology has caused me to unsubscribe. I respect anyones views and their right to have their opinions as basic human values. I don’t like mine regularly demeaned. I wish you guys could have just stuck to your subject.
9. Used to love these guys - I’ve been listening to this podcast since its inception. I’m a firm believer in the existence of Sasquatch, and I’ve always appreciated Cliff and Bobo’s ability to speak on the topic without sounding like basement dwellers. Also — in an era where politics have coopted and ruined almost every podcast genre and, in the process, alienated tens of millions of listeners, I’ve greatly appreciated their apolitical approach. In fact, I really can’t put into words how grateful I’ve been for this. Had they maintained it, I’d have been a lifelong fan. With this in mind, imagine my dismay upon listening to a recent episode and hearing them spout Regime clownspeak in regards to the Ukraine conflict. Crushingly disappointing. How could I possibly take you seriously on a subject like Bigfoot when you’ve exposed yourself for being incapable of rational thought? Best of luck.
Plants are everything. They are also incredibly interesting. From the smallest duckweed to the tallest redwood, the botanical world is full of wonder. Tune in for a podcast celebrating everything botany.
Release date: 2023-03-05
1. Entertaining and educational - Have listened since the beginning. Great info from Matt and guests. Learning lots of great stuff. I live in SW Missouri so interview with Justin Thomas probably got me started. Minor issue for me is it's sometimes hard to hear the guest's comments. Don't know if it is me or my phone or the equipment. It is better than it used to be when I first started listening. Keep up the good work.
2. Best Plant Podcast I’ve Found - For anyone interested in plants, gardening, or nature in general this podcast is one of the best. Each episode features a plant related topic and interviews a scientist or expert in that topic. It also includes discussions on their own work. Impressively, a new episode airs weekly.
3. nice! awesome! - Browsing thru the episode list and the diversity of guests and subjects covered, I was excited to have found this podcast. Unfortunately the host seems to be targeting an audience of year olds. I’ve yet to encounter any kind of substantive material, reasoning, argumentation.. Have not made it to the end of an episode yet, because I’d think that by halfway in you’d have moved past the “tell your story,” “oh, that’s awesome” section. And I’d enjoy the life histories more without the exclamations, which add nothing and only serve to send a shudder up my spine. One extra star because surely there’s something in here I’m missing.
4. Best podcast out there! - I have been listening to In Defense of Plants for a while, and love it. Matt has a soothing voice, the guests are knowledgeable, and sometimes entertaining. My year old occasionally listens with me, and I spend a lot of time explaining terminology, but I am so happy she enjoys it with me. Also, I just got my In Defense of Plants shirt, and excitedly wore it and showed it off to my friend today! (My daughter also now wants one...) Keep up the great work, Matt!
5. Rambling and anecdotal - Select podcasts are interesting but many tend to follow the same format. There is too much emphasis on needless background information for the first half of the podcasts. The second half often involves the host regularly replying to the guest’s content with personal long winded statements that can involve multiple logical fallacies, such as appeal to pity or false cause, and then tying in these fallacies with some anecdotal statements and then an ending statement, which is somewhat related, which he then asks the guest to agree with, thereby giving the impression all of his guests agree with his we message. This podcast is heavily skewed toward nativism, often acknowledges a changing climate, yet gives little attention to ‘introduced’ plant species which may be better suited to new climatic conditions. What is a native plant? Do we take a snapshot of time before Europeans arrived and always assume that is the standard of restoration? If so, for how long do we do this? Even if the climate is completely different and changing, or soil has been altered in such a way as to not accommodate native plant communities? Are native plant ranges allowed to change with a changing climate, or do they become invasive and unwanted the moment they cross our imaginary idea of their range? I’d be interested in more guest substance focused on actual botany, less host soapbox content, and hosting guests with different viewpoints so every episode isn’t a Kumbuya around a campfire.
6. Rock Gardening - I have been enjoying the podcasts but I wish Matt would ask more questions and direct the interview. One of the world’s experts on rock gardening available, and I came away from the conversation having learned nothing about rock gardening. I learned that they both think rock gardening is amazing. Matt’s a good guy with wonderful enthusiasm but too often his conversations end up with two people saying how great nature is. I wish there was more structure to the conversations and more questioning directed at elucidating the topic. The enthusiasm is great, but you’re already talking to an enthusiastic crowd. Let the topic excite the listeners on its own and focus on questions.
7. Great job Matt - Keep up the good work, this podcast is great! It’s nice to have something educational and interesting to listen to at my boring day job. There aren’t many podcasts out there about plants, so keep doing what you are doing Matt! I am someone who was previously suffering from plant blindness, and once I was hooked, it was nice to discover your programming to continue learning about an amazing part of the world that was in front of my face the whole time.
8. Refreshing and informative - A great technical but accessible podcast. I have been listening for a while now and always am learning something new. My job that pays the bills is nowhere near in line with my actual interests which are plants/ecology and what we can do to help the planet. The most recent episodes guest mentioned reading guide books just to read them and did that ever hit home! I am glad to be part of that weird tribe and can distinctly remember reading my Nation Geographic guide to birds of North America most mornings over breakfast. My interest in birds evolved to how plants impact birds and all lives. Keep up the great work!
9. Passionate, passionate plant conversations - If you like plants to any degree you will LOVE this podcast, if you don’t, give it a listen and you will. Matt brings so much passion and excitement to every episode and all of his guests bring the same level. So much knowledge, so much excitement, this podcast is an absolute treasure. I cannot sing it’s praises enough.
The Michael Shermer Show is a series of long-form conversations between Dr. Michael Shermer and leading scientists, philosophers, historians, scholars, writers and thinkers about the most important issues of our time.
Release date: 2023-02-28
1. Finally had to speak up. - ’ve been a Michael Shermer fan for years, a Skeptic subscriber, and more recently a podcast listener. But…these past couple of years I’ve noticed him not challenging unsubstantiated statements made by guests, most notably those leaning conservative. I thought, maybe he’s just being polite. Not exactly demonstrating critical thinking, but it’s his podcast, maybe that isn’t the point? Now, though, I hear him parodying things said by the far left noisemakers and presenting them as if they represent the core beliefs of all liberals. That’s not cool. (Presenting far right noisemakers as representing all conservatives: equally not cool.) This is not the critical thinking approach to “news” in the media that drew me to the Skeptics world in the first place. But I still subscribe to critical thinking, which means listening to both sides, so I’ve continued to listen to Shermer’s guests. I rarely agree with everything they say - sometimes with nothing they say - but you can’t evaluate what you don’t hear. Today, though, Shermer made one more misleading, bordering on non-factual statement, and I just couldn’t stay quiet any more. It wasn’t a terribly important fact, just the proverbial straw. He said, “In California here, we have to have all electric cars by . No more gas-powered cars. If you want to drive an old muscle car like a Camaro or a Mustang with the big (makes rumble noise), you have to go to a track.” Well, I’ve heard exactly this point being made on Fox “News”. Is that where you’re getting your “facts” now, Shermer? Because the actual facts - because Facts Matter - are these:
) Beginning in (not ), no more new gas-powered cars can be sold in California.
) You can still drive your muscle car as you always have, on public roads. ) You can even buy a used muscle car, and drive it on public roads. Just not a new one. ) If your vehicle doesn’t pass its smog test, then you can’t drive it on public roads…but that’s true now and has nothing to do with the switch to electric cars. That’s been the law for decades. But Shermer’s comment presented a very different message, one that seemed deliberately deceptive. Not necessarily by Shermer, but definitely by whatever media he got that message from. (Mr. Shermer, if this statement was entirely yours, then shame on you.) There have been many other such mis-statements that rang familiar from Fox messages, but this is one where I had reason to know the truth. I am very saddened today to have my perception that Shermer is no longer practicing critical thinking and objective evaluation proven true. My heart is broken.
2. Thought provoking - I enjoy Shermer’s even-keeled approach to interviewing and the fact that he legitimately engages with people from a wide variety of different political and ideological perspectives, trying to focus on nuanced and science-based perspectives. Even when he clearly disagrees he keeps the conversation civil and productive, while still pushing back and questioning in the spirit of open dialogue. I always find something interesting to listen to here.
3. Conspiracy Book - I’m a big fan but so disappointed that you missed the conspiracy of the conspiracy of the Jan . You’re too smart for that. They broke in out of their outcry from their frustration and anger (mostly peaceful). It’s not excusable but it was a million miles from a ‘takeover’. There was not a person at that rally that didn’t have an arsenal of weapons at home, as legal gun owners. However, no guns were involved. The conspiracy here is that it was a conspiracy. That’s the rational conclusion.
4. My family and I love Dr Michael Shermer - Insightful, inspiring and informative, Dr Shermer’s podcast has no equal.
Love all the episodes, except the one with Neil De Grasse Tyson, Dr Tyson should have been a stand-up comedian, his diatribe on regressive sex gender is very surprising coming from him, I’m still in awe that one of the smartest Scientists around the block can be so obtuse on certain topics. Erasmus “In praise of Folly comes to mind while listening to NDT on this particular episode.
Dr Shermer, thank you for lighting up the candle of knowledge in this superstitious and credulous world, your show is highly appreciated and recommended.
5. deGrasse Tyson a hot mess - Wow I feel so sad listening to dG Tyson discuss the sex binary. Such a great scientific mind and yet he doesn’t seem to understand the difference between primary and secondary sex characteristics. He deems it “regressive” to acknowledge the biological reality of the sex binary, why? Why is it regressive to categorize this fundamental aspect of our observable reality? Why is it regressive to admit that observable differences exist between the two sexes? He used incoherent logic to skirt around Shermer’s pushback related to very common sense issues like protecting women's sport. My jaw dropped to the floor the more Tyson seemed to detach from material reality. I still can’t believe such pseudoscience was pouring out of such a respected scientist! Shermer navigated as well as one could through this hot mess of an interview.
6. Helen Joyce - Helen Joyce makes some good points - but I’m afraid they are mixed up with poor research, often seemingly none. She presents opinion as fact, which breaks any credibility she may have started off with. Connections are made with leaps and bounds without sighting evidence. I’d expect much more from Shermer who seemed rather mushy in this discussion. Can it be that he agreed with her every point, even the ones she pulled out of her biases and put together with little logic? Just because trans men may not belong in women’s sports doesn't mean they are presenting as trans just so they can get in women’s restrooms for the sake of scaring women. I agree this stuff is tricky but let’s recognize it as such and go from there. Joyce simply wants it black and white, dusted and done. This approach will lead to no good.
7. Good Show/Good Guests - If you’re a long time listener, you notice he repeats a lot of stories/anecdotes, but I suppose that comes with age. Every so often I hear some talking head talk dismissively of Shermer, which I never understand. He’s smart, he’s careful and thoughtful in his responses, and he’s very respectful even when he disagrees.
8. Great - Good Podcast good guests. Recent one with Oliver Stone- was interesting too could have been longer. Excellent to hear Batya too. She’s absolutely correct about the Media. They’re untrustworthy and unreliable and must be completely rebuilt. She is such a welcome voice of reason- and I’m no Lefty!
Appreciate the job you do.
9. Byron Hadley - Ol Sherm is a great public intellectual who dismisses the boneheaded conspiracies. He is a well reasoned atheist and he really cranks out the content. My only gripe is that he often fails to ask a question. He makes a statement and his guest reacts or affirms what he said. He’s actually getting better of late on that. If you are a conspiracy believing religious moron, you should listen to this show, but you will not listen.
Hillbilly Horror Stories is a mostly paranormal show hosted by stand up comedian Jerry Paulley and his wife Tracy. They touch on all things eerie including true stories behind your favorite horror movies, Rock n Roll and the occult, unsolved mysteries and creepy true crime. Serious enough for the true paranormal fan but funny enough for the skeptics! Proud member of Dark Myths Collective.
Release date: 2023-03-05
1. Y’all gotta check this podcast out !! - This is not only a fantastic Podcast but it is hosted by two fantastic people. Jerry and Tracy have a talent for telling stories that keep us in Aww , Fascinated , Informed, Having our Hearts touched and during every episode they make us laugh. I’m proud to say I’ve listened to every episode, even the early ones without Tracy . The world is a better place because of what this couple does and I’m recommending that everyone give them your support. Blessings from Boyd “Wrong Way” Wright
2. Awesome Show!!! - I needed a break from my normal daily podcasts and I enjoy listening to stories about the paranormal. I came across several shows and listened to all of them to narrow it down to which one I was going to keep. This show was one of the last ones I listened to and deleted all but this one. I seriously love the way it is not just another monotone podcast and it is also very informative. I went back as far as I could to listen from the beginning. Keep up the great work!!! —Doug Towns
3. Thank you - I stumbled upon your podcast and I absolutely love it. I started bingeing the episodes from the beginning. I would love to try and reach out to you because well I’m not a ghost Hunter but I don’t have a lot of “useless ”information on some of your subject matter. I also love the way you’re handling people needing help with depression and suicide and reaching out I’ve been suffering from depression and those thoughts for years and I feel from listening to you both that you both have been like close friends to me and that is a beautiful thing. Any way sorry for rumbling take care Mark
4. Fantastic podcast - Hillbilly horror stories is one of my faviorte podcast. yall do a fantastic job with each episode, i love all of them but i especially love Tracys laugh and her commentery one each episode. i always crake up and laugh, she really does say some of the best things sometimes. i love listening to your podcast on my daily hour commute to work and while i work, it makes work go alittle bit faster and easier to work in retail. and thank you for acknowledgeing veterans every episode as my grandfather was a gunner sergeant for the marines for years. keep up the great work guys, love ya
5. The negative reviews make me mad! - This is the perfect mix of paranormal and comedy! Tracy makes the show enjoyable , there’s hundreds of paranormal podcasts but only one Tracy. If you want serious go elsewhere. If you want good hearted humor between a married couple, this is the best! . Kristy Gee
6. You two are great! - I just started from the beginning and I love you guys! I don’t like how people say such horrible things about Terry. I love her I think you two make an amazing team! I’m so glad I found you two! Thank you for keeping me entertained and Terry don’t change your perfect the way you are!
7. One of my favorite podcasts - I love Jerry’s homespun way of telling each story and I absolutely love Tracy’s questions that don’t relate to the story at all. She always cracks me up. Their relationship is really on display and it’s great. I listen every day at work and I will continue to. Really give this podcast a chance. If Jerry sees this have you thought of doing an episode on the Brookdale lodge in the Santa Cruz mountains in California?
8. Honest truth - This show provides a different perspective on the unexplained! They tell it like it is, facts, then allow you to make your own assessment. They also have a fantastic way of telling the story so things that use to scare me no longer do! I appreciate this show because it’s helped me in more ways than one. Thank y’all, Alane McRaney
9. Back to my Kentucky roots - I live in Knoxville now but was born and raised in South East Kentucky and have family all over from there to Louisville and Cincinnati. I’ve really enjoyed listening to the show and hearing you grow and evolve. I love the banter between you guys and hearing Tracy’s thoughts as she hears these stories for the first time. Keep up the good work and the spooky stories. Especially the ones that make Tracy want to punch people in the face LoL.
Wild Turkey Science is a science-based podcast bringing you the latest research on wild turkey ecology and management. This podcast is part of the Natural Resources University podcast network and made possible by Turkeys for Tomorrow.
Release date: 2023-03-02
1. A hunt story every now and again won’t hurt a thing - I have lot’s of comments and questions that I’ll get to later. But just let me say I’ve enjoyed a bunch and learned a bunch so far. I started with episode and then went back and started at the beginning. Made it through about and a half. Looking forward to learning more about the science behind using full strut decoys or not. Keep up the good work. Do it outdoors,
2. Exactly What The Wild Turkey Needs Right Now - This podcast is exactly what is needed right now in the Wild Turkey world. Each episode is packed with information that is supported by scientific studies and explained by experts. It’s not always the information we want to hear, but it is the information we need to hear if we are going to help the Wild Turkey. A couple questions for Marcus and Will… . Where can someone find more papers on studies that have been done in regards to Wild Turkeys? . What resources are available for landowners in Michigan to identify beneficial Turkey habitat on their property and to provide recommendations on improving that property for Wild Turkey and other game birds?
3. Episode on nru podcast or the January , - I’ll begin by revealing that I first listened to the podcast that addressed trapping before listening to this episode with Dr Craig Harper. I have no clue what order these episodes were recorded but the episodes dedicated to trapping left me a bit disheveled. Those episodes seemed to be critical of land owners that choose to trap. Thank goodness I listened to Dr Harper in this podcast tonight. He managed to reverse the anti-trapping banter I heard in those episodes. I did get some enjoyment listening to him speak to the advantages of trapping predators to help increase turkey populations in TN. Dr Harper brought what I see , which influences my views, to the attention of Dr Lashley and in doing so seemed to vindicated my historical and future attempts to remove nests predators that prey on eggs of turkeys and quail as well as preying on rabbits and deer fawns. I’ve become a big fan of doctor Harper over the last two years. I would encourage the hosts to do their best to have Dr Harper on the show on a regular basis. I’m rating this podcast out of . Sincerely, F Farley
4. Awesome - Love the content. Out of curiosity where can you go to read the papers that are put out on the research done that you all mention? Also the Primos podcast on baiting. Absolutely phenomenal... me and my buddy have said for years we felt baiting would negatively affect turkeys. No way does baiting not bolster nest predator numbers IMO.
5. It’s about time - Hark ye nerds of God’s greatest fowl.
For the hour hath come, Meleagris gallopavo, come receive thy champions:
The fruits of thy loins shall once again multiply
And replenish the Earth.
As turkeys once were, they shall again become.
And turkeys are that man might have joy.
Blessed are those that serve the turkey in this effort.
For they are truly servants of all Gods creations.
6. Great Show - Guys,I have just recently heard about your podcast while listening to another. I was able to listen to six of the seven while on the road today, if it hadn’t been for finding a Valentine’s Day gift for tomorrow I would have sat in the truck and listened to the seventh. Great info for the landowner, can’t wait to hear more, especially the habitat series, and put some of it to use. My property is just south of Will in Macon County, I would love to have you out to take a look around and if you have time in your schedule hunt a Turkey.
7. Most Important Turkey Podcast Being Made - As the title says, I wholeheartedly believe this is the most important turkey podcast being made, especially in a time filled with chatter from armchair biologists throwing around hypotheses not grounded in science or research. So thankful for the work being done here and the conversations being led. So thankful to TFT for believing in that work and putting our money where it matters.
8. Awesome! - Getting good science out to hunters and resource managers has been badly needed in the turkey discussion and you guys are knocking it out the park! You both know that hunters are a powerful force that will fight tooth and nail to see that the things we love are taken care of, but we have to be pointed in the right direction. Nobody wants the turkey to suffer the fate of the bobwhite, but if we have learned anything about the plight of quail it is that the science to help has come so late that we’ve got mountains of misinformation to overcome on top of the challenges that are really impacting the resource. I do look forward to hearing Bret talk more about balancing harvest. One question I have wrestled with is how many turkeys can/should I kill? My state allows males per hunter per year. I’ll typically hear - birds gobbling on a acre tract in a morning. Having two young boys that love to hunt I’ve been allowing each of them gobbler per year and I’ve only allowed myself gobbler the last week of the season. No jakes. We’ve also quit hunting the early youth days. Judging by the shots I hear, my neighbors aren’t holding back nearly as much. Obviously a lot of factors at play here and every tract will be unique, but I’d love to know if being extra conservative on harvest is helpful or not. Obviously willing to do it, but like everyone else, we enjoy killing them too!…..I know…I know….it depends
9. Great Podcast with Research backing up the opinion - Great information guys. Exciting to learn how research is connecting the dots to maximize wild turkey production. Don’t own property right now, but hope to in the future. I would love to hear y’all breakdown how to take a poorly managed propety and make it optimal for turkeys. Differences for hardwood and piney wood dominated landscapes (central/east TN versus south AL/GA/MS). Maybe have some real case study examples. Maybe even have one or two land owners (not scientists) on the podcast to give real feedback on how they change their properties habitat.
Get ready to have your spine tingling and your hairs standing on end with the Daily Paranormal Podcast hosted by Tony Brueski. This show is no joke - it's packed with real-life horror stories of ghosts, demons, haunted houses, possessions, shadow people, and all things supernatural that will leave you quivering with fear. Our listeners can't get enough of our bone-chilling tales, describing them as the "best ghost story podcast out there." Don't expect the same old cliché zombies, vampires, wit...
Release date: 2023-12-31
1. This used to be amazing… - I used to love this podcast and I keep hoping it goes back to the way it was. Now they run old episodes but episodes from maybe a year ago. It doesn’t seem like there’s as many new ones as there used to be and they do a ton of these “open lines” which arent typically that good.. maybe minutes and tons of commercials… the commercials are a mess too they play the same one times before the episode starts. I understand advertising is a part of it but why play the same commercial times in a row. Tony just seems to not care about this podcast as much as he used too. They seem to get off topic more which getting off topic a little is fine but it’s a lot sometime. Tony has also gotten very judgmental lately. I think it’s great that he wants to include his daughter but I skip those episodes they just aren’t as good and I hate to say that but I think she’s too young to be hosting a podcast. Honestly if it wasn’t for Todd and Carol I wouldn’t have stayed as long as I have. I just keep hoping it will go back to how it used to be but I’m losing hope of that happening. Real ghost stories online is where I fell in love with listening to podcasts and it’s sad it’s gone down hill so quick.
2. RGSO FOLIFE - This is show is just great. Spooky and hilarious. You are all characters and I love it. Carol reading has been my favorite episode of all time!! Ugh and Harper - future SNL star. If you haven’t given this show a listen, stop what you’re doing and press play. You’re welcome. RGSO FOLIFE xx
3. Great!!!!!!!! - This podcast is AMAZING! Tony,Harper,Todd and Carol are really funny and are the best people you could have doing this. I have been listening for over years and this is the best! I would recommend this to more than ANY ghost podcast there is [ and any other ] I have tried other podcasts like this but they are not as good as this one! CONGRATULATIONS ON THE ENGAGEMENT!!!!!!!!!!! SO HAPPY FOR YOU!!!!
4. Good show however too many ads - I like this show however I think the repeated ads within the show could be reduced to one and some of the politics and babbled conversations could be reduced or cut out of the show. Could be a better show but cut the crap with repeated ads, random babbling conversations and I can relate to other poor reviewers on their ratings.
5. CONGRATULATIONS!!!! - Congratulations on your engagement, loved hearing about that!!!! All the past relationships didn’t work out, sounds like they all led you to where u are rt now!!! With the perfect person for u!!! You have a great show!!! Just discovered u and I’ve been sharing it w everyone!!! Keep them coming
6. Favorite podcast - I was an avid listener of the show for many years, but lately I’ve stopped. It has changed SO much. They hit you over the head with all of their advertising and not enough content. They constantly make jokes about the stories that are called in, and go off topic a lot! Maybe they’ve been doing this show for so long it’s getting tedious for them? I don’t know? I’m not a prude, but their constant use of the “F” word gets to me. Get it together guys…
7. Real Ghost Stories Online - I've been an EPP for over two years now but have been listening for more than five! I love the hosts, I love the stories, I love how "real" everything is. No judgement, and they feel like family now. I look forward to all the episodes and binge in the archives while I wait on the new episodes. Safe to say, I'm hooked! Try it, you won't be disappointed!!
8. THE BEST! - I have been listening for a few years now, mostly at work or on long drives. I’m an HR Coordinator and often work long hours, you guys help keep me alive. My coworkers know when my headphones are on, I’m listening to RGSO and will sneak around to scare the heck out of me. I love it so much. The encounters, experiences, sound effects keep me engaged and on my toes. Thanks for all your work!
9. I’ve listened to this podcast for years - I was an EPP but couldn’t keep it up financially, but if you can you should. The Grave Talks too. He has several others, they are all good, but Real Ghost Stories and Grave Talks are the best. Tony seems like a really nice guy too. Listen for free or become and Extra Podcast Person if you can.
Sasquatch Odyssey is a place for anyone who has had an encounter with Bigfoot or any Cryptid who would like to share their story without judgement. If you have had an encounter with Bigfoot or any other cryptid and would like to be on the show, email Brian at email@example.com Please take a moment to rate and review the show, it makes a HUGE difference. Thanks for listening and enjoy the show!
Release date: 2023-03-03
1. Bigfoot - Great job, I listen to your podcast more than any buddy else on the radio. I should say on my cell phone. I even went out and bought a pair of earbuds just to listen to you in the car and when I take walks. there, intriguing very exciting listening to the stories is unreal. What people go through is absolutely amazing. I would love to see a Sasquatch or Bigfoot. I am from Maine and don’t have a lot of action out here. I believe it’s because of the cold weather but people do see them in Alaska so I’m not sure. Keep up the good work. I enjoy listening and have an awesome day.
2. Good podcast but…. - Brian does a good job on the podcast and you can tell he puts a lot of work into it but as a fan of Bigfoot and dogman specifically, keep the ghosts and UFO topics to your other podcasts. If I want to look into those, I will but I want Sasquatch Odyssey to be about mostly Bigfoot as the name says.
3. Misleading - If I search for Bigfoot then I want Bigfoot. If I search for paranormal then I want paranormal. I told a friend who had an interest in Bigfoot to listen to ur show. I ended up getting fussed at because ur show had all this crap that is not what they were searching for. I am dumping ur show and never telling anybody else to follow it because of the misleading content. I know I am only one person but it seems that a lot of others have the same opinion of ur show. And one more thing. I don’t care if it is bonus show or not. I want what I’m asking for not crap I didn’t ask for.
4. Don’t Quit Your Day Job ! - Brian has a great radio voice, a good topic but a really bad marketing plan. Todays listening market gives us many great choices but if I paid a month for every podcast I follow, it would cost me about $ a month. Pretty steep for a retired female on social security. I really believe there are reasons, other than making money, that we should have podcast. What a platform to make a difference in the entire world! I know, podcast host need to eat but as a newspaper columnist, with a weekly dead line, I had to choose years ago about a “day job”. I love to write, as Brian loves to talk but…it can’t pay the bills. Back up, either get sponsors or go to a ten dollar a year fee that might be affordable. Once people start paying though, your standards have to go up. They have a right to demand certain things for their money. A good Marketing plan should come first, Then a schedule to allow you to work and host a podcast. You are great Brian, but I have to go away until maybe things work out. Also…. Brian, your strut shows on the air waves. Come back down to earth!
5. Brian is the Batman of Sasquatch podcasters. - There, I said it. Everyone was thinking it. The man is the real deal. Professional, entertaining, intelligent and with his law enforcement background- he’s probably the most legitimate person you’d want or need looking into these topics. He’s always level headed and takes a cool headed approach to interviewing and investigating the topics presented. This show will hook you. Beware. I remember listening to an episode while at work and pretty soon the whole day was spent on the Odyssey! Worth it. Glad I got hooked! And glad I got to talk to Brian. I feel privileged. What are you waiting for? Press play!! Denny Kentucky X-Files
6. BRIAN IS GREEEEEDY! - Brian is not only intoxicated by the sound of his own voice, but MAN is he GREEDY! He claims “the minutes of ads are necessary to pAY fOr tHe sHOw” Yet, he not only has ad rolls through out, but he ALSO reads ads, he collects paid monthly subscriptions AND has a patreon!? Get real buddy, most shows choose only ONE of those revenue streams - and you’re collecting on ALL Brian! Greedy Grifter!
7. Todd Standing - I love your podcast! I have listened to everything that you have put out and look forward to every show, but I am OVER hearing about Todd Standing! Not sure of the spelling but he should be paying you for all the advertising. I don’t know him and whether you love him or hate him, leave him off the show! You are great but really dislike this very much!
8. Wait a minute... - I love Sasquatch Chronicles! Wes has been doing it for a very long time and gotten better as well.... Wait, this isn't SC? But the intro, the format, the music, the interview style are definitely Wes! Sasquatch Odyssey? Did Wes change the name? No? Oh yuck, this guy just totally stole his show!
9. I love this podcast! - We were just recently guests on this podcast and I have to say, with us never having been on a podcast before, Brian made it very easy to tell our story. A complete gentleman, doesn’t interrupt, great listener. My nerves did cause me to forget a few details in our encounter but we had a great time. Keep it up man!
Whether the topic is popcorn or particle physics, you can count on BrainStuff to explore -- and explain -- the everyday science in the world around us.
Release date: 2023-03-05
1. Please cite sources - It’s not the first time I’ve heard something on this pod that wasn’t fully discussed, to say the least- but when making definitive statements, and especially citing research/journals, I’d like the source. The dairy and inflammation episode (they just limit it to upper respiratory mucus for some reason) for example, it’s wholly accurate. Maybe adding an additional person to perform oppo research would bring balance the the Force.
2. NOT for binging - If you are a binge podcast listener like I am, this is NOT for you. The amount of advertisements and non related content is MORE than the actual content of the episode. I gave this podcast a very good try. But I just can’t be constantly fast forwarding through ads on my commute to work.
3. Good trivia! - First of all, I’ve listened to this podcast for years. Contrary to what some reviewers would have you believe, I have heard zero change in its content and the idea that there is “bias” in the content is laughable. How is there bias in learning about coconut crabs, the phenomenon of not feeling joy, or whether or not it is safe to bathe during a thunderstorm? That there could be bias in the question whether Bugs Bunny was a hare or a rabbit sounds like some cooked up by Q-anon. I gave them only stars because of the significant amount of advertising which gets old if you’re catching up on several episodes.
4. Awesome podcast!! - I love this podcast! I’m someone who loves learning and I feel so smart after each episode that I listen to I love how the episodes are so short and easy to fit into your day! Also, this podcast is great for all ages and for anyone wanting to learn something new and expand their knowledge of the world. Give it a listen! ;) Edit: My only request is for the host to not talk in a reading/teacher voice, like others have mentioned in the reviews. I find podcasts like these more interesting and engaging to listen to when the host talks in a more conversational and casual tone. Other than that, no complaints! Thanks
5. Educational - I have been listening to this podcast for several years and have really enjoyed it. Yes on occasion there is an episode that I’m not interested in, but I simply move on to the next episode and don’t make a big deal out of it like some of the other reviewers on here. For those complaining that Lauren talks too fast/slow you can always adjust the playback speed in your podcast app. The only issue I have with this podcast is it’s supposed to be a daily podcast, yet they will go over a month at times without releasing a new episode, then all of a sudden release like episodes all on the same day. This is kind of annoying because I feel like I have to play “catch up“. I’d rather they just release one episode a day like they used to, instead of dumping an entire months worth of episodes on us all at once.
6. Total Change in direction! - This used to be a nice format for interesting science questions to be answered. It was low-key and you could listen to it with kids and everyone understood it. THINGS HAVE CHANGED drastically. Now it is nothing more than another biased outlet for political views. The host changed and the whole show followed. I'm cancelling my subscription; I can listen to the news if I want to hear rhetoric and bias.
7. iHeart Likes to Stuff You Up - To begin with, this podcast takes themes and explains them in a Progressive bias. So there's too much opinion and far less objectivism in their particular brand of explanations (which is why I nixed this podcast's parent "How Stuff Works"). Second, it's definetly a stuff, since, out of nowhere, I'll suddenly receive a whole month's worth of this "daily" podcast's episodes all at once, and that's also maddening; it's not so much as a pleasure to subscribe and listen to as a burden, so I'm out.
8. Good show but… - I like this show because it’s short and informative. And since it’s short, I can just quickly listen to it. But the title usually has a question about a topic which usually piques my interest and makes me intrigued. But i’ve noticed they rarely answer the question in the title. They just talk about that particular topic.
9. Interesting info but hard to listen to - I like the short episodes and have found quite a few that I wanted to listen to but after the first two I had to stop. The narrator has a nice voice but the cadence and speed are very hard to understand. I think if she slowed down and worked on cadence/inflection she would sound really nice.
First-hand witness encounters of the Strange and unexplained. The host Nik will take you head first down the rabbit hole in a refreshing and different podcast format. Witness accounts from everyday people from all over the world with uninterrupted monologues of their encounters. The phenomena that people experience that is shared on this show range from sightings of UFOs to traumatic alien abductions, the paranormal with scary heart stopping stories of ghosts, demons and the Occult. Accounts of ...
Release date: 2023-03-04
1. Amazing!! - This podcast along with Nik’s additional podcast of past lives are absolutely amazing. Nik manages to find the most unbelievable people with such fantastic stories, I am in all and can’t wait for the next episode to come out. I’ve learned so much by listening to these podcasts… I’m working on meditating and CE and apparently I’m doing something right because I’ve started to have sleep paralysis, which in all honesty is pretty freaking scary but, I think it’s working. I could recommend this podcast more and Nik is just fantastic. Keep it up because I want more and more and more . Micah
2. Great First hand accounts by experiencers - This is a great Podcast! Nik does a very good job of setting the stage, and then letting people who have had UFO EXPERIENCES, along with other paranormal experiences, to simply tell their stories. I find most of the stories to be credible and quite interesting. I especially like that Nik does not editorialize or
Inject his own opinions. This, I am able to listen to the persons story and make
Up my own mind. I also like that Nik is
Very open minded and does not jump
To conclusions. I highly recommend this podcast to anyone that has an even a general interest in this subject. There have been some very thorough provoking ideas and concepts presented in a very entertaining manner.
3. In tune and alive - The guests that Nik has on his shows are absolutely amazing and have enriched my own journey and my own understanding of things that happen to me in my own life. I can relate to many things happening with other guests and I love to listen to each person’s story. It’s an open minded place to share like minded experiences and listen.
4. Please slow down when talking .... just a bit - When recounting experiences, at times they are talking so fast i can’t understand what they are saying & I’m having to listen so hard i lose the content. Please ask people to slow down a bit ...i love the show but it’s stressful when it takes so much effort to just understand what they are saying....
5. The best UFO podcast. - Nik is an excellent interviewer and I appreciate that he asks all the questions that I want answers to from the guests on his show. He allows us to tell about our encounters in a way that we feel comfortable. So many interesting episodes I’m having an awesome time getting caught up! If you are looking for a podcast full of interesting encounters of UFO’s and other paranormal events - this is the place!
6. Best so far - I’ve been looking for a podcast for just alien stuff, especially lots of abduction incidents, anecdotes. Here it is! The host doesn’t make this podcast at any significant degree about himself like other shows, nor does he add endless dull humor, etc. Really like his take on things and the fact that he listens well to guests. The truth lies in these invaluable podcasts!!
7. Not a good example of UFOology in the st - I gave this podcast a chance and listened to about episodes. I have concluded that this show is not for me. There were less than of the that were believable stories. I think some ppl were straight up making things up. I dont know how you can listen to it all Nik. You are a good host but i feel like in a way you are enabling delusions in people who are clearly in need of a reality check. I think a lot of these ppl have NPD…. Especially the ones that are earning a living with their “experiences.” Ill give you stars for the good stories i did hear and for being a nice chap.
8. So good - I love the host and hearing about all of the experiences. I listen before bed and it’s perfect because Nik’s voice is very kind and soothing and is the perfect nighttime ritual. He is also a great interviewer and treats all of his guests with the utmost respect. I wish there were more episodes! Thank you for an amazing podcast!
9. Is there a show? - This podcast is so ridiculously thick and deep with advertisements it is not worth trying to listen for the story. They pop in at mid sentence, and give you a second blurb about a product, then back to the sentence you forgot the beginning of. Often times there are runs of . minutes of commercials. Do yourself a favor, and avoid this advertising vehicle.
The world is full of mystery. Man's hubris would have you believe that the world is mapped, it is explained, it has been conquered. But many would disagree. We believe the world still has mystery. That there are layers upon layers of the world that remain unexplored and unexplained. That there is still magic and mystery all around us.. if only we would open our eyes and our hearts to understand. Paranormal Portal explores the many mysteries that still persist. Discussing theory, testimoni...
Release date: 2023-02-27
1. Needs Improvement - I think the host needs to push back more with questions. I feel like he glazes over a lot of the interviews without asking more. He misses a lot of opportunity to go deeper and some guests have so much more to add but they are forced to keep it brief. Some stories need to be completely heard to be understood and I often feel like I’m hearing half the story. I would expect him to at least save his questions for the end but he doesn’t. Makes me feel bad for the guests wanting to poor out their hearts and get their stories off their chests.
2. New Logo - Brent you are such a kind and nice guy. That new logo just doesn’t fit you or your message! It looks so evil. I have listened to your podcast for a year but if I saw that demon logo I would have never in a million years checked your show out! Off with the demon head! Thanks for changing your logo!
3. Keep it Real - You have a good thing going on this podcast. I’ve enjoyed listening to the stories told by those who have had the experiences. Your questions and comments are often the same as I’d ask or make as a remark. Over all, this is one of my top podcasts… until Dif is asked back. I’m not sure if you aren’t aware of his manipulation of guests and their accounts, or his reputation in the “podcast world”, but the genuine person he portrays himself as, he is not. His fake, calming whisper of a voice, has been know to direct guests to tell a different version of their account and he has actually told those guests…they [ the audience ] will believe what I tell them to believe. Be careful who you invite.
4. Why Not Pre Read the Stories? - I love the host’s voice and his take and knowledge on the subject. But some of the stories are godawful. Sounds like middle schoolers. One was about a person whose friend showed them how to contact a ghost. “If you don’t properly say goodbye you’ll anger it.” Of course the person didn’t then they were attacked in their sleep! Another one their cousin sent them a link about a haunted park then when the person drives by the park they get a weird feeling! Another was a person who dreams about murders and is convinced they’re a medium. At one point the host pauses and says “I can’t believe I’m reading this.” Yea, me neither.
5. If you believe in the paranormal, this is the podcast for you - I’ve been trying to find a good podcast on paranormal experiences for so long, you guys knock it out of the park. Every one I’ve listened to is so in depth and well thought out.. genuinely hope all these people who have experienced these things are doing ok
6. The Most Passionate Host of Any Paranormal Podcast - I found this show a little over a year ago and I have been addicted ever since!! Brent (the host) has guests from Paranormal Celebrities to just every day people sharing their paranormal experiences. I have talked with the host on multiple occasions and also shared my experiences on his Youtube show. So I can say from st hand experience that Brent is the most passionate paranormal host I have ever come across. He has a deep passion for the paranormal and for his listeners. All while keeping a healthy level of skepticism and open mind. If you enjoy his podcast then you will LOVE his Live Youtube show. Its an entirely different show times a week at pm EST. Come check it out and chat with us in the live chat room!
7. The host is not that good of a podcaster. - Dude! U need to proof read the stories before u record !!! U mess up and read things wrong then have to correct yourself ALOT!! It’s cringy and annoying! But the stories are interesting.. if u can get past the way he reads them. I’m sure he will get better. The content is really good. He’s just not a natural. Needs to do more practice before recording the podcast. U do that and then I bet you’ll get a better rating !
8. One of the best podcasts for all things Paranormal - First, as the title says, one of the best podcasts you can listen to for all things paranormal. The host is intelligent, kind, invested, knowledgeable about all things paranormal, and a great listener. If you listen to the show for any length of time this will quickly become apparent. Please, if you have an interest in the paranormal, and want to hear great witness accounts, amazing guests/celebrities, along with a host who can guide you through it all, you’ve found a great place to listen. Second, to GNXgypsy, who in January posted a review “Icon needed” I can not believe the disgraceful words you took the time to write. Why write them at all? Why express such cruelty? It is difficult to fathom the shallowness of your judgment. Simply put, “Judging a person does not define who they are, it defines who you are.”.
9. Interesting - This show is great . Very interesting guests and crazy stories. My only complaint is that the host ( who’s mike comes across loud and clear compared to the guest callers) is constantly interjecting with “yeah, right , uh huh, ok , I see , sure, “ ect....
I find that a little annoying, just let the person talk!
Other than that it’s really good...