Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51 is a weekly podcast that takes an every-man approach to the World of the Weird - UFOs, Aliens, Mysteries, Conspiracies, the Paranormal, the Unusual, and the Unexplained. Hosts Brent Hand, David Flora, and Conspiracy Bot (a cranky robot bent on world domination who also happens to be the show’s head researcher) examine a different topic each week and generally come to one conclusion…the truth is out there, but you won’t find it here.


Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 59m. Bisher sind 363 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 14 days 20 hours 12 minutes


episode 215: 2020: It's a Wrap! | 215

2020 Wrap: Monoliths, Galactic Federations, and Potted Meat. We run screaming from 2020 like...someone trying to quickly escape a really crappy year (give us a break, we ran out of metaphors around the 34th month of 2020). To help wrap this dumpster fire we talk monoliths, galactic federations, and our favorites of 2020 (hint: Cyberpunk 2077 isn't among them). Oh, and we do a mini CAFEteria 51...


 2020-12-21  1h13m

episode 216: 1941 Cape Girardeau UFO Crash: The Alien Coverup Before Roswell | 216

No one expects their grandma to hit them with some crazy family secrets while on her deathbed. But when those secrets involve a UFO crash, dead alien bodies, and a U.S. government coverup - well, granny sure knows how to go out with style. That's also the basis for this week's story as we go back in time to investigate the Cape Girardeau UFO Crash of 1941...


 2020-12-28  54m

episode 217: Clowns | 217

We get funny like a clown this week as we take a look at...well...clowns. Where did these much maligned children’s characters come from? Why do we find them so frightening? Did anyone ever win the Grand Prize Game? Well, for the relevant and interesting stuff we have some help as author and journalist Linda Rodriguez McRobbie joins the fellas to break down why we all float down here...


 2021-01-04  1h8m

episode 218: The Most Evil Car in America | 218

What's the most evil car in America? Is it a 90's white Bronco? Perhaps one of those semis that spilled 1000s of gallons of booze all of the highway? The PT Cruiser? All good guesses but no, the most evil car in America is...a 1964 Dodge 330 L.E. nicknamed The Golden Eagle. While that might sound anticlimactic, this bad boy is said to have a killed a minimum of 14 people and perhaps a lot more...


 2021-01-18  53m

episode 219: The Jersey Devil | 219

There are rules in this world. Rules not meant to be broken. Don't feed a Mogwai after midnight. Don't invade Russia in the winter. And for the love of all that's holy, don't curse your 13th child to the devil while living in New Jersey. If you do, you wind up with this week's cryptid - The Jersey Devil. This part dragon, part goat/horse monstrosity as been terrifying New Jersey and its neighbors for the better part of 3 centuries...


 2021-01-25  53m

episode 220: Butterbox Babies | 220

We wish we could tell you this week's topic is some weird cryptid or a yet to be discussed alien species. Unfortunately, it's something much worse (and Canadian!) "Butterbox Babies" is a reference to the size of the boxes a deranged Canadian couple used to bury 100s of babies across 3 decades in the early 20th century...


 2021-02-01  1h4m

episode 221: Stonehenge: Britain's Prehistoric Legos | 221

Not much description needed here. This week we talk Stonehenge, the prehistoric British monument built by aliens for Druidic sacrifices. Ok, well, the prehistoric and British parts are at least true. But WHO actually built it and WHEN? HOW did they do it? WHY do we still let Conspiracy Bot on the show? We travel to merry ol' England and ask the tough questions this week...


 2021-02-08  59m

episode 222: Sun Studio: The Birthplace of Rock 'N' Roll | 222

We take a detour from our regular H51 shenanigans this week so we can bask in the awesome that is Sun Studio in Memphis Tennessee. Why you ask?? Because Reasons!! Reasons like Sun Studio is known worldwide as “The Birthplace of Rock’n’roll”. It is the discovery location of musical legends and genres of the 50’s from B.B. King and Elvis Presley to Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis; from Blues and Gospel to Country and Rock’n'roll...


 2021-02-15  32m

episode 223: The Mysterious Disappearance of Walter Collins | 223

It's hard to imagine the emotions that must be associated with the disappearance of a child. The intersection of loss, hope, and utter anxiety must be crushing. Now imagine you’re in that situation and one day, SOMEHOW, you get good news that the child has been found, safe. Continuing this thought experiment, what would relief be replaced with when they bring you the kid...and it isn’t yours. The kid resembles your child, the police swear it’s your child, but you’re a parent...you know...


 2021-02-22  57m

episode 224: The Missing Apollo Missions: Star Destroyers and Alien Bodies | 224

You probably think the Apollo missions to the moon ended with Apollo 17. Wake up sheeple! Rumor has it we went back for at least 3 more Apollo missions. Why? Discovery of an alien spacecraft on the dark side of the moon, that's why! And yes, it was bigger than a Walmart. This week we dive into the controversial Apollo missions that *didn't happen and what they might have found (hint: abandoned cities and naked aliens...like Detroit in the 80s)...


 2021-03-01  53m