Here Be Monsters

A podcast about fear, curiosity and the unknown. Unusual audio documentaries produced by Jeff Emtman, Bethany Denton and other independent producers since 2012.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 22m. Bisher sind 228 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts
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HBM102: Breath Holder


Free diver Archer Mayo searches for unusual treasures in the murky water of the Columbia River.


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 2018-09-26  18m
 
 

HBM101: Much Corruption


Jeff Emtman finds himself distracted by dragons and their ilk as he kayaks with one of the world’s hairiest people.


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 2018-09-12  32m
 
 

Season 7 and HBM Sweatshirts


Our 7th season starts on September 12th, 2018. 


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 2018-08-15  40m
 
 

HBM100: Faraway Minds


Anna Klein worries that her fantasies of running away to the remote corners of the world may be a familial urge to isolate herself, the same way her father did...a tendency that ultimately contributed to his early death.


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 2018-06-06  36m
 
 

HBM099: Spell for the Repulsion of Astral Vampires


In this video episode of Here Be Monsters, Jeff shares his special spell of repulsion for astral energy vampires that are draining humans of their life force en masse.


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 2018-05-23  14m
 
 

HBM098: Feed the Queen


There's the new colony of leaf cutter ants at the Victoria Bug Zoo with the potential to reach over more than a million ants.


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 2018-05-09  23m
 
 

HBM097: Fox Teeth


The Icelandic government placed a bounty on each Arctic Fox killed (if you can provide its tail as proof).


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 2018-04-25  20m
 
 

HBM096: Are We Still Afraid?


Here Be Monsters is almost 100 episodes old. It’s grown a lot since Jeff was a scared 22 year old learning audio editing in his basement. So as we approach the milestone, we take a look back, check in with some of our memorable guest


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 2018-04-11  32m
 
 

HBM095: The Bats that Stay


Not all migratory bats migrate. We don’t know why some choose to stay behind at their summer roosts. But according to the University of Washington’s Sharlene Santana, the bats that stay tend to die.


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 2018-03-28  30m
 
 

HBM094: The Fatigue of Violence


Susan has seen how humanity’s worst instincts become possible where cyclical poverty, incarceration, and drug addiction wreak havoc on communities.


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 2018-03-14  23m