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Delve into the mysteries of our Planet and the off the wall antics of the creatures found on it, in it, and perhaps, in a different dimensional plane running through it, on Pangea's World of Weird each Wednesday night at 9:00PM on the BlogTalk Radio Network. Your anchor hosts, Doctor Dan, Big Dave, and Safari Scott will take you on a wild ride with an array of experts in the untamed, unusual and un-earthly along with a staff of field reporters and guest stars that will challenge accepted not ...
 
Join DM Vince as he weaves the warped story of The World of Arkonis, an original Dark Fantasy world in this D&D like game using D&D 5e rules for season 1 and then changed to Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 1e for season 2+. Things will be wacky, things will be weird, things will not make sense, but hey people will have fun. Maybe you will too? Give it a shot!
 
"You wake in an unknown place. You don't know where you are or how you got here." Amnesia and danger. In video games, it's a familiar scene---so familiar that its weirdness has been worn away by repetition. It's a trope! It happens all the time! Characters get amnesia; it's just what they do. They get amnesia, explore their world, pick things up, and fight monsters. But these tropes become a lot less familiar when they're plopped into the pages of a book, where (in the absence of a player) c ...
 
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As America celebrated Thanksgiving, millions of people prepared their tables with roasted turkey and pumpkin pie, they turned on the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and some football, and gathered ‘round the table to sing the traditional Thanksgiving Day song – Jingle Bells. On this episode, we look at the history behind one of the holiday season’s …
 
When you think of dowsing or using divining rods, most people’s minds automatically go to the two-pronged sticks used to find water. And that’s true, that’s what they are said to do. But what most people don’t know is that divining rods have been used for thousands of years around the world to find metal, the depth of oil in the ground, hidden tunn…
 
It's a musical journey on the Isle today, with special guest, singer/songwriter Leo Harmonay (and bonus guest for our amazing Stupid Game: Beatles lyrics edition!)... He's got some cool songs, and some cool stories behind them, including his "never too late" journey to pursue your latent dreams.بقلم Nancy Carmichael
 
Brussels sprouts aren’t the favorite of many, and there could be a good reason for that. The often-overboiled side dish comes complete with a mushy texture, yellowed color and a rotten-egg smell that stays in your house and your hair for days. But, if you cook them right, it’s a whole other story. And you better cook them right, because some say ev…
 
The number 13 really does have some baggage attached to it, and not all of it is deserving! We as a society may like to think we aren’t superstitious like people from ancient times or even the Middle Ages, but in fact we all still do a lot of things that stem from the superstitions of our ancestors. On this episode, we’re going to show you how the …
 
Who couldn't use an inspirational oddball in their life right about now?Nels Ross joins us to talk about his unique brand of EnterTRAINING, and share some truly amazing (and yes, inspirational) thoughts and stories about living, learning seeking truth and loving one another by learning to L.A.U.G.H.بقلم Nancy Carmichael
 
Although the gargoyle as we know it today stems from medieval France, in ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, an early form of the gargoyle took shape first. On this episode, as we gear up for Halloween, we thought we’d chip away at the stony exterior of gargoyles and see what historical goodies we can find.…
 
Hauntings, as we all know, usually take place in places that have tragic histories. Throw in some paranormal conductors, like water, limestone or fault lines, and you have the makings for the next great scary movie. On this episode, we enter at our own risk three hospitals that were the final resting places for epidemic victims – victims who are sa…
 
Blood is the life force of humans and animals alike. And so for thousands of years it was believed that blood would in turn give the gods life, which would make the gods want to do nice things for the people. These blood rituals weren’t just animal and human sacrifices, they also included small amounts of blood used in ritualistic ways. On this epi…
 
While researching our previous podcast on feminine products, we came across two words that made us stop and think for a minute. On this episode, we take a look at the bloody history of the words “period” and “mittelschmerz.”بقلم Melanie Dellas and Karen Lacy
 
One of the most known and treasured fairy tales in history, as it is today, is Cinderella. Almost everyone knows the tale about a young girl who is forced to live as a servant and becomes a princess who lives happily ever after when good triumphs over evil. However, where this story originated, the original meaning, and the full impact of this fair…
 
Mike's got a brand new baby, and a really old dog...Bradley has no last name...Ryan's getting married... Stephen's practical and radical all at the same time. And that's just the tip of the iceberg with these fellas.And just who are these fellas, you ask? They're the fellas from The Caffeinated Christian Podcast... and they've got a lot to say abou…
 
There are many incredible, strong, talented women in the world – dead and alive. And in this episode, we want to focus on a small handful who ruled for an unusual length of time, did some odd things along the way, and kicked their enemies’ butts up and down their lands.  بقلم Melanie Dellas and Karen Lacy
 
What on earth is Dr. Michael Guillen, former Harvard Professor and Astrophysicist/Mathemetician, not to mention Emmy Award winning science journalist, movie producer, best selling author and international speaker... doing talking to ME, a mere Misfit? Find out in this INCREDIBLE conversation about his brand new book, releasing in September 2021, Be…
 
Washing your hands seems like common sense, especially if they’re dirty. But forget about what we know now about germs, viruses and bacteria. Forget how gross the feeling of gritty dirt is in your mouth because your hands were in the mud when you picked up that apple to take a bite. Forget about changing a baby’s diaper and then rubbing your eyes a…
 
That Allen Arnold... he's got some stories to tell... and let me tell you... he's what we call one of them there LIFE speakers: That is, every time he opens his mouth, there's a whole lotta life, a whole lotta profound truth and hard core encouragement going on... And yes, we do talk about his new book, "Waves of Creativity", but I'm just saying...…
 
When you think about mummification, I’m sure Ancient Egypt is the first thing that springs to mind. Although that culture’s mummies are absolutely some of the coolest, they’re not the only ones who mummified their dead. In fact, mummification is still going on today thanks in part to Mother Nature and some odd things live people do to themselves. O…
 
On this episode, we’re going to suck you into the unusual history of the Suction Tube for Reverse Axial Withdrawal – the Straw. In order to fully grasp the unusual history of the straw, we need to go back in time before Friedman’s patented “Drinking Tube,” a.k.a., the bendy straw; before a man named Marvin Stone discovered how to make straws not di…
 
Vampires in Venice. It sounds like the title of an Anne Rice novel, a dark supernatural romance. But alas, this podcast episode isn’t a dark romance, rather it’s the true story of how humans take what they do not understand and create legends that endure through the centuries – and make great Halloween costumes. On this episode, we’re going to take…
 
Kathleen L. Maher returns to the Isle to talk about her new book, No Man's Daughter, the latest in her Sons of the Shenandoah (Civil War era) series. As usual, the discussion is deep, ranging from the deep truths contained in the beauty of nature to the true nature of strength... and of course, the Stupid Game is spot on, with a tour of the best de…
 
Whenever you think of good luck charms you automatically think of bugs, right? Afterall, who wouldn’t want tiny critters flying around you, crawling all over you or even being consumed by you as long as good fortune followed? Humans are always concocting new and interesting ways of using the things around them for random things, and we’re going to …
 
These days it's MUCH easier to play it safe and avoid people we disagree with completely... but is that reeeeallly the safest thing? Pastor Stephon Henderson is back on the Isle with a delightful and insightful conversation about risky conversations, and how to proceed with caution and wisdom.بقلم Nancy Carmichael
 
Warding off evil has been a thing forever. People don’t want it around them, and part of the evil that lurks about is called bad luck. Who wants that? No one, especially brides, grooms and people attending weddings. And since it’s wedding season, we thought we’d start our journey into things people have historically thrown at weddings by looking un…
 
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