Blending comedy and the unknown, Blurry Photos is a podcast that aims to humorously shed light on the more shadowy topics the world has to offer.
From cryptozoology and the paranormal to conspiracy theories and the unexplained, Blurry Photos will help educate and entertain you in a decently informational and whimsical way.
It’s about time to learn something weird.
Rumor Flies Podcast joins Blurry Photos to talk about the ins-and-outs of homeopathy! A method to treat disease by the principle of "like cures like," homeopathy is an often-misunderstood and controversial practice. Ryan, Josh, and Greg from the Rumor Flies Podcast stop by to help David with this interesting topic. The boys go over the history, claims, figures, and science behind it all. When did it start? How does it work? Does it really work? Listen and find out in this giant pill of an episode! Don't forget to join the Blurry Photos Discord Server! Watch me stream games on Twitch! Music Myst on the Moor, Political Ad, Beginning f Conflict, Motions, Danse Macabre - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Homeopathy Sources ACHS. Homeopathy and… Read more
The boys are back at the roundtable with Flora's pick for the month, the 2020 film Tesla! Starring Ethan Hawke, Tesla is an artistic take on the inventor's life and struggles, but does it do the man justice? Derek from Monsters Among Us and Justin from Zeng This! join David to discuss this odd selection. If you watch it, buckle up for a wild ride that might leave you wondering what else is coming. Did Hawke's performance impress or depress? How much ice cream is acceptable in a biopic? You be the judge. The lads already passed their judgment on this bonus episode of Blurry Photos! Find Derek at Monsters Among Us Find Zenger at Zeng This! Music Myst on the Moor - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 … Read more
David is joined by folklorist Dr. Lynne McNeill to discuss Digital Folklore! A topic that spans culture, anthropology, sociology, and modern legends, Digital Folklore is a growing and evolving phenomenon happening right in front of us. Dr. McNeill, professor at Utah State University, is an expert on folklore and folklore in an online context in particular. She discusses Internet legend origins, settings, proliferation and more. How do these things fit in a cultural perspective? What makes something folklore and what does it look like online? Flora asks these questions and more in a very informative, spirited conversation on this episode of Blurry Photos! P.S. Don't forget to nominate Blurry Photos for the Chicago Reader's Best of Chicago 2020! (scroll down to the "City Life" drop down menu… Read more
Blurry Photober wraps up with the annual ghost stories episode! This year's ghost stories episode will be a bit different, as Flora has selected several poems of the spooky and silly variety to share. Some spooky, some silly, some philosophical, all poetry! It's a nice little after dinner mint, with the dinner being lots of heavy subjects this month. Cleanse your palette with a short but sweet culturally-charged episode! And stay tuned for more interviews and explorations on Blurry Photos! Don't forget to join the Blurry Photos Discord Server! Watch me stream games on Twitch! Music Myst on the Moor, Danse Macabre, Come Play with Me, The Hive, Wizardtorium - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 She is in the Woods, The Garden of Gethsemane, The… Read more
The horror continues in Blurry Photober with a mega episode about the Barnabet axe murders. Flora is joined by authors Alan Gauthreaux and Dr. Daryl Hippensteel as well as numerous Louisianans to explore the ghastly tale of the Barnabet axe murders. Southwestern Louisiana was terrorized in 1911-12 by brutal axe murders. One young woman was pinned with not only perpetrating them, but possibly masterminding more. Hoodoo and Voodoo were found to be involved, which the media picked up at the time and ran with. Hear the shocking story and how it ended, told via news articles and criminal justice perspectives. And make sure to head to Alan's YouTube channel for much more content and grab Alan and Daryl's books! Just remember, for this episode of Blurry Photos, content is very graphic. Listener d… Read more
Tackling a classic of Voodoo movie-dom, Derek, David, and Zenger took a look at The Serpent and the Rainbow for this roundtable. The boys are joined by the amazing and incredibly knowledgable Dr. Emily Zarka to discuss the Serpent and the Rainbow and other zombie lore! Dr. Zarka hosts Monstrum, a show about legends and lore on PBS. She shares insights on zombie folklore and discusses what she thinks worked in the film and what didn't. Make sure to check her show out and don't forget to give the lads some love as well. Find Derek at Monsters Among Us Find Zenger at Zeng This! Music Myst on the Moor - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 … Read more
Flora is back with the second part of Vengeful Ghosts! Blurry Photober keeps rolling with Vengeful Ghosts part 2 and several tales of spirits claiming revenge through law. Hear the story of Maria Marten and the Red Barn murder. Take an ear gander at a murder tale from old England. See what you think about Fisher's Ghost from Australia and Teresita Basa from Chicago. And learn about the odd circumstances surrounding the death of Zona Shue Heaster from West Virginia. David presents these cases and their outcomes to wrap up this 2-part episode of Blurry Photos! Don't forget to join the Blurry Photos Discord Server! Watch me stream games on Twitch! Music Myst on the Moor, Apprehension, Arcane, Awkward Meeting, Behind, Crypto, Danse of Questionable Tuning, Dark Dance, Leaving Home, Long Note Fo… Read more
Freeman TV Podcast – where politics meets the esoteric.
An expert on Illuminati social engineering through corporations and celebrity Hollywood mind control; Illuminati Corporate Logos and America’s goddess, Columbia.
Freeman’s predictions having included 9/11 and the 10/13 bank crash and the Obama birth conspiracy.
He is an Award-Winning television producer with the first-ever documentary on HAARP and first to televise a documentary on Chemtrails.
Skepticism is not the belief that the worst will always happen. It is that quantum state of Schrodinger's cat both alive and dead, both true and false until the evidence is seen. Skepticism, consciousness, science, spirituality, parapsychology, and near-death experience all play a role in creating your being. Allowing innocent wonder is not in opposition […]… Read more
Have you seen the evidence or do you simply follow your belief bias? Do you know that you are being guided to outrage? What will it take to change humanity's direction from a Transhumanist dystopia? Do you know yourself? Is this an AI takeover? Is it demonic? The hope is only in your heart or […]… Read more
What can we do? In order to reclaim our national sovereignty, we must first reclaim our personal sovereignty. The world has been split into those that know COVID, race riots, and elections are fraudulent and those that don't want to know. Can you evoke your inner angel and speak poetry to life? Divide and Conquer […]… Read more
Freeman presents hope displayed in the creative spirit of humanity. He is an internationally-known award-winning TV producer, film maker, radio talk show host and lecturer. Freeman is considered an expert in the fields of the occult, trauma-based mind control, Illuminati symbolism, and ancient civilizations. Freeman graduated with an Associates of Arts with honors in Interdisciplinary […]… Read more
“Die while you are alive, and be absolutely dead. Then do whatever you want, it’s all good." -Bunyan Most of history is a made up story written by the winner but, the depth of the lie was somewhat still hidden from us. Dive down Alice’s rabbit hole even farther. History is so far beyond a […]… Read more
Have two distinct civilizations of mankind shared the lands of the ancient past? One, technologically advanced, the other, living in primitive huts and painting on walls? How humanly advanced were these cultures? Even without technology, these ancient artists astound the world. Hailed as “the Sistine Chapel of the ancients”, archaeologists have found tens of thousands […]… Read more
Why is the election fraud so obvious? How is it that we still can disbelieve in a "deadly" pandemic? Too much evidence and not enough evidence leads one to believe that there is a much larger plan at work. A plan that needs us to fulfill the role of destroyer of our own nations. Have […]… Read more