On the first episode of 2021, Brennan is joined by Paul Bestall of the "Mysteries & Monsters" podcast to explore the strange world of animal ghosts. From an astrally projecting bear plotting bloody murder, to a haunted dog track, to a spectral herd of deer, to at least 2 poop jokes, we're starting the year off right.
Also on this episode: Brennan's bear training, the great secret of greyhound racing, and in the outtakes, the Ghostbusters musical is born
My new talk show "Largely the Truth, with Brennan Storr" just dropped on podcast players everywhere and I wanted to share a fifteen-minute preview with you fine folks.
For the last four years, Miami-based composer and producer Darko Richards has been creating his own particular brand of cinematic electronic rock...
Nevada may be home to the bright lights of Las Vegas, but outside the relative safety of the city stretches an expanse of desert with more darkness than light, and that desert has a way all its own. From a furious doppelganger mom who visits in the night to the darkness that finds you, and so much more, on this episode Brennan and Paul learn that what happens in the desert, can follow you home...
Since people generally don't end up in graveyards till after their dying is done, they shouldn't be all that haunted, right? As Brennan and Paul learn on this episode, that is very wrong and they have the stories to prove it: dancing man who also happens to be transparent, the mushroom picker who finds a path less-traveled, and a voice in LA's Evergreen Cemetery who saves a man's life are just a few examples of what waits us in graveyards, where the dead don't die.
Welcome to the Sunken Library! This is a sneak peek at our brand new, patron-only show which features listener stories too long to fit into the main episodes, and other paranormal stories which don't quite mesh with our usual format. This was the very first episode, released at the end of December, entitled, "Visions From Johanna".
If you want more Sunken Library, they're released twice a month for patrons at the $5 level and above, over at Patreon.com/GhostStoryGuys
It's time for 2021's first volume of listener stories and it is quite the ride, taking us from a rural Texas homestead where a "baby" cries to lure people outside alone, to the titular horny ghost, which may be the greatest story told on this show so far.
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll hear the story of Stinky Mike
Who knows what evil lurks in the heart of Yorkshire? After this episode, Brennan, Paul, and their guest storyteller Kevin Eustace from "We Need to Talk About Ghosts" sure do, and it involves a lot of poltergeists.
Also on this episode: the museum Monty Python would have built, that time Paul was guestlisted for a U2 show, and Brennan announces he's working on a new book about the paranormal
You know how sometimes life sneaks up on you? Well, replace "life" with "doppelgängers" and you've got this episode because when we put together this grab bag of stories we were not expecting those devil's doubles to turn up, yet they did. Before the night is done we also make stops in the mountains of Italy, the rice fields of the Philippines, and a Bulgarian suburb.
Also on this episode: Paul's criminal past, Brennan recommends 2 very different Saturday morning activities, and a whole lot more
Locked cars, locked homes - these are places we're supposed to feel safe but no one told that to the strange intruders we'll be talking about on this episode. From a flaming blue hoop that causes intense physical pain, to a section of road where a dark hitchhiker catches a ride regardless of whether or not you stop, this episode has some stories that'll make you want to double-check the locks...
The one thing we know for sure about the subtle world is that we don't know much at all, and on this episode we share stories which make that lack of knowledge seem a hell of a lot more scary. From Wisconsin to Guyana, from home invaders to the dead who wish only to be remembered, there's a lot to be said for the secret life of ghosts.
Also on this episode: Ninja Turtles in the bathroom, a werewolf at church, and Telly Savalas energy