Into The Portal

Myths | Legends | History A podcast dedicated to all things Lost, Unexplained and Straight Up Strange. From ancient lost cities to paranormal phenomena and legendary creatures, Into the Portal is your gateway to the bizarre. Join Hosts Amber Rae and Andrew McKay as they approach topics you have never heard before, taking an in depth look through an alternate lens… To the other side of the portal.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h12m. Bisher sind 167 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 8 days 5 hours 56 minutes


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episode 143: King Arthur: Man or Myth?

King Arthur is arguably the most well known legendary figures in the history of the British Isles… however some would argue that he was just that - a legend, and no more. But many would offer a different perspective, giving credence to the many myths and stories passed down for hundreds of years. On this special Patreon Vault Release from May 2018 ITP dives into the controversies and swirling evidence to seek the truth behind the legend of King Arthur...


 2020-09-21  1h2m

episode 142: Secrets of Castle Houska

Have you ever visited a place imbued with a disturbing legacy, a site that gives off a dark feeling that saturates the very walls and permeates through to frighten you to your very core? This week ITP takes a deep dive into one such place, designated by many as one of the most haunted places in the world: Houska Castle...


 2020-09-14  1h40m

episode 141: Kongamato: Devastator of Boats

Throughout the continent of Africa, there exist stories of creatures that are simply not from this time. Witness reports of massive unidentified flying entities that resemble the likes of a giant Pterosaur. Known to locals as the dreaded Kongamato, the legends tell of a fierce winged beast with leathery reddish black skin lurking in the remote swamps and riverways that few dare to venture into, with even fewer returning to tell their tales...


 2020-09-07  1h1m

episode 140: Secrets of the Hollow Earth

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In the ancient past, the concept of a subterranean land inside the Earth appeared in the mythology, folklore and legends of many cultures around the world. A place by many names including Agartha, Mu, Hsi Tien, and Shambala. These tales always tell of an advanced collection of peoples living in a vast underworld network of cities, forests and oceans that exist unbeknownst to modern human civilization....


 2020-09-01  1h6m

episode 139: Sleep Experiments: Myths and Realities

This week ITP delves into the bizarre world of sleep experiments and sleep deprivation, discussing both pop culture fact and fable, the capabilities of the human mind, and ultimately…  What happens when we don't go to sleep?
Listener Discretion Advised!!!! Strap in for some horrifying urban legends, CreepyPasta fictions, and unbelievable true stories of real world sleep experiments! 

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 2020-08-17  1h25m

episode 138: The Vanished Battalion

Tonight on Into The Portal, we take you back to the blood soaked battlefields of the first world war. A conflict the likes of which the world had yet to witness, filled with new horrors and technologies employed to carry out destruction and suffering that produced a veritable cannon of lore including that of the legendary vanishing of 250 men amidst the struggles at Gallipoli August 12, 1915... 
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 2020-08-03  1h21m

episode 137: Black Mountain Side - Film Friday

Explore the horrors of the Taiga with ITP this week for a new Film Friday covering Black Mountain Side, a Canadian Horror/Suspense Indie film directed and written by Nick Szostakiwkyj. Incredibly worth the watch, this movie is a monstrous blend of The Shining, The Thing, and The Ruins that speaks to ancient terrors that lurk in the most remote places on earth, and instills a sense of dread that not many filmmakers are able to nail so beautifully...


 2020-07-25  58m

episode 136: Going Nuclear: Disaster at Idaho Falls

The clandestine world of nuclear technology has long been a fascination amongst those interested in the often morbid world of atomic power and the historical wake left from events brought about by the likes of the Manhattan project. However, in research and testing the limits of atomic energy... sometimes things go awry. Join us as we delve into the first ever nuclear meltdown on US soil. A true tale of dark and historic curiosity. The Disaster at Idaho Falls...


 2020-07-20  1h27m

episode 135: Gods & Monsters - The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

FILM FRIDAY IS BACK! And with noting but a true classic in horror. This week we delve into the strange world of the 1935 sequel The Bride of Frankenstein! We discuss the boundaries of the human and monstrous, the creation of life! The Homunculus, dark energies and more in the long awaited Film Friday return...


 2020-07-11  56m

episode 134: A Look Through The Veil with Ghost Investigator Stephen Williams

This week, we peer through the veil to glimpse something that few can say they have been able to experience in their lifetime, awareness of a realm which many have closed their minds too, the realm of the afterlife and those caught in between, entities interacting with us in unpredictable and indecipherable ways. But is it possible for us to peel back the layers? the rigid trappings of fear and ignorance? Our Guest tonight believes so.....


 2020-07-06  1h8m