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.
Flora is back with spooky stories in Ghost Stories 11! Featuring some meaty original tales, Ghost Stories 11 brings tense and terrifying storytelling. An annual tradition on Blurry Photos, these narrative episodes mark the end of Blurry Photober. A story about a the odd disappearance of personal belongings. A story about a ghost train. A poem by none other than Keats. These tales will keep you on the edge of your seat! Don't forget to watch me stream games on Twitch! Sources Valentine Brkch website: find more stories by Val HERE Keats, John. La Belle Dame sans Merci. 1819. Web. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/44475/la-belle-dame-sans-merci-a-ballad Music Right Behind You, Danse Macabre, Long Note Two, Phantasm, Quinn's Song - A New Man, Quinn's Song - The Dance Begins - Kevin MacLeo… Read more
EXPLICIT Language warning! Lots of F-bombs in this one. The boys of Monster Fuzz Podcast are back! David, Rob, and Eamonn discuss stories and topics of Halloween, including favorite films, costumes, and near-deadly experiences. Rob and Eamonn bring favorite films and TV shows to talk about, while David tries to pick a favorite. The boys also discuss scary life moments and costumes. Flora shares a couple of harrowing experiences from his childhood as well as his most embarrassing costume choice ever. It's a fun, light-hearted and relaxed conversation between Irishmen (well, one quarter Irish for Flora)! Make sure to give them some love wherever you listen to Blurry Photos! Find Monster Fuzz here! … Read more
The gentlemen return to the roundtable to discuss the 1989 made-for-TV British film The Woman in Black! A Christmas Eve special in 1989, The Woman in Black graced British TV sets and immediately cemented itself in the nightmares of folks from then on. David brings this classic (?) flick to the table and the boys talk about their likes/dislikes. SPOILER alert, as the entire plot of this and the 2012 remake are discussed in detail! Speaking of the remake, David also discusses the differences between the old one and the new one. How did Derek and Zenger like it? Is it worth a watch? How much patience does a person need to sit through this entire thing? All this and more is discussed on this bonus Nights at the Roundtable on Blurry Photos! Don't forget to check out another roundtable while you… Read more
David kicks off Blurry Photober with a unique bonus episode of paranormal trivia! Three podcasters step into the ring to match wits and test their knowledge of paranormal trivia, with Flora as host. Derek Hayes from Monsters Among Us, Brent Hand from Hysteria 51, and Amberrose Hammond from Ghostly Talk battle it out for bragging rights! David wrote 21 questions in the Quiz Quiz Bang Bang format, and you can play along and test yourself against the podcasters to see how you stack up! And don't forget to check out the other shows when you're done with this one. Monsters Among Us Hysteria 51 Ghostly Talk Quiz Quiz Bang Bang The Giant Slide … Read more
Author WT Watson is back once again to talk about his newest book Canadian Monsters & Mysteries! Flora welcomes WT Watson back for some great tales and lore from his book Canadian Monsters & Mysteries, available now! Covering a huge variety of subject matter, Travis' book runs the gamut from cryptids to UFOs and even some surprises in between. Canada is not the first place you'd think of for fae folk, but Travis proves us wrong. It also does not come to mind for mer-folk, yet... Check out the interview and then check out Travis' book. And while you're at it, check out another episode of Blurry Photos featuring Travis and his other works! Find Canadian Monsters & Mysteries on Amazon! Don't forget to check out Travis' book Mysteries in the Mist Biography from Amazon W. T. Watson… Read more
David is back with some more creepy campfire ghost stories! In the tenth installment of campfire ghost stories, you'll hear a classic Blackwood tale, a couple riddles, and a Baudelaire poem. A creepy tale of not getting too into your homework kicks it off. A couple of short riddles add to the fun. And a spooky, atmospheric story by Algernon Blackwood anchors the episode. Grab a sleeping bag and zip up tight - the woods get dark and cold quickly these days, and Blurry Photos might chill some bones as well! Don't forget to watch me stream games on Twitch! Sources Blackwood, Algernon.: The Empty House. Retrieved from American Literature website. 1906. https://americanliterature.com/author/algernon-blackwood/short-story/skeleton-lake-an-episode-in-camp Baudelaire, Charles. A Corpse. 1857. Musi… Read more
Dark Mark Soloff returns to Blurry Photos to discuss the ever-fascinating yokai! A refresher and some new stories of yokai await, as Dark Mark nerds out with Flora on Japanese lore. Not visited for over 230 episodes, David brings Mark back to the show to revisit this fun and interesting topic. Japanese lore is rich and deep, and the boys talk about the origins, evolutions, and history of the Japanese ghosts. They also tell about some specific and fun types, including their favorites and ones used often in pop culture. Three stories are also read, all from Lafcadio Hearn's Kwaidan. Tune in and enjoy the silliness and spookiness from the land of the rising sun on this episode of Blurry Photos! Don't forget to watch me stream games on Twitch! Sources Hearn, Lafcadio. Kwaidan: Stories and St… 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.
As Elon Musk prepares Neuralink for human trials, we must ask the question, how far has mind control technology come since MKUltra? Will we find that these technologies affect not only the mind but the soul also. Will we allow moral bioenhancement drugs to bring about a collectivist future? Can a D-Wave quantum computer open […]… Read more
We began life in a world of mystery. Back then books like Time Life Mysteries of the Unknown sent our young minds reeling. How did we get from exploring wonders like a 12 inch mummified man impossibly in a rock to holding flase beliefs that can't be changed by facts? Can we go from Mass […]… Read more
Can you reject the offer? How do you find the free will to say no to a technocratic totalitarian despots? Is the answer assisted suicide? What will it take for humans to find their humanity? Everything in the third dimension is an offer. Did we choose this realty? The false nature of materialism, science and […]… Read more
Can we work with our gifts to transform ourselves and then the world - spiritual practices, tarot and meditation, synchronicity and guides, teachers and teachings? Using spiritual gifts and healing processes we can bring about change - the eternal principle of ‘as within, so without’ is not just a nice aphorism. How do we start […]… Read more
The Great Pyramid of Giza is without question the pinnacle achievement of the Order of Chem here in Egypt, and the elements of its design and operation incorporate the most prodigious scientific developments produced throughout the ages by your ancient brethren. Chemistry and physics breathed life into the Egyptian pyramids and knowledge of these sciences […]… Read more
People throughout time have asked, are we in hell? The Gnostics, the Cathars, the Templar all investigated what we would now call "The Simulation". Is there a reincarnation trap that keeps us in this realm of amnesia? Should you follow grandma into the light? How do we Exit The Cave? Near death, out of body […]… Read more
Elon Musk unveiled two prototypes of the Tesla robot at his company’s second annual AI Day — and while the bots are nowhere near as impressive as some of the humanoids we’ve seen before, they could have a bigger impact on the future of work. Robotics could become dangerous as early as 2035. Is our […]… Read more