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.
Not watching this documentary would be a Peter Graves mistake. Flora is back from AlienCon L.A. and getting back to routine, but in the meantime check out this roundtable on The Mysterious Monsters! A 1975 documentary, The Mysterious Monsters examined claims of cryptids and strange encounters and Derek Hayes and Justin Zenger join Flora to discuss this now 44-year-old film. Hosted by Peter Graves, it looks at the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, Ye-ti, and more through eyewitness testimony, interviews, and dramatic reenactments. The boys talk about what all they enjoyed, what all made them laugh, and whether or not it stands the test of time. Thanks to Derek Hayes for editing this one! Stay tuned as a new episode of Blurry Photos is on the horizon as well as a recap of Flora's trip to L.A. and… Read more
It's been in the works for a while, but we finally have a full episode of listener stories! Real life encounters, experiences, facts and fictions come together in Blurry Photos' first listener stories episode. You'll hear tales of shadow people, stalking entities, disappearing objects, shadowy dogmen, hotel hotspots, a poem, and more. Special thanks to Ashton, Gabriel, DW, Katie, Matthew, and Leo for submitting these! If you have an encounter or piece of short fiction to share, please visit the Contact page on the website to submit it for a future episode like this one. Stick around after the tales to find out the winner of the 2019 Miss Cryptid Contest! We'll also find out who won the prize pack (which includes a Cryptid Crate), runner-up, and Miss Congealniality. Thanks to everyone who p… Read more
Regular competition is over, and we have our three finalists for the 2019 Miss Cryptid Contest! In this special roundup episode, we find out who won week 3 of the Miss Cryptid Contest, and review each of the finalists. You'll hear the segment for each winner once again as a refresher. Then you can go to the polls one more time to decide who will emerge victorious as the 2019 Champion! Head over to the Home Page to cast your vote and don't forget to enter to win a prize pack! This year's pack will include lots of Blurry Photos swag and fun stuff, including a Golden Goatman Trophy (replica). It also has a Cryptid Crate from our friend Derek Hayes over at Monsters Among Us! One lucky runner-up will also receive a T Shirt, and a Miss Congealniality will receive some stickers and buttons. You'l… Read more
Regular competition draws to a close in week 3 of Blurry Photos' 2019 Miss Cryptid Contest! Our final contestants this year include California's Borrego Sandman, the South American El Silbon, and South Africa's Mamlambo. From desert to nightmares to rivers, the competition is hot and heavy. Pick your poison for who will move on to next week's finals and the chance to be crowned champion of this year's contest! We also find out who came out on top of Week 2 to be the second piece of the finalist puzzle. Make sure to head to the Home page to cast your vote and enter to win a prize pack of your own. Don't forget to check out Flora's new podcast Quiz Quiz Bang Bang, a pub trivia practice show, now on all major pod catchers! Music Myst on the Moor, Danse Macabre, Infada, Sancho Panza Gets a Lat… Read more
Three new contestants (dis)grace the stage for Week 2 of the 2019 Miss Cryptid Contest! This week on Miss Cryptid we continent hop to search for the Specter Moose of Maine, Australia's Yara Ma Yha Who, and England's Bat Beast of Kent. It's quite a menagerie of monsters in store for you! From quite possible creatures to who knows what the heck come at you this week. Froggy humanoid vampire-ish things? They're here! Headless Bat Duck Alien things? We got 'em! Giant ghostly moose? You betcha! Plus, find out who emerged on top of the standings for Week 1. Visit the Blurry Photos Home Page for the form to vote for your favorite. You can also have your vote be an entry into this year's Miss Cryptid Prize Pack Sweepstakes! Vote once each week for a total of 4 entries into the Sweepstakes for a pr… Read more
The Nain Rouge, Uwabami, Ningen The carpets have been shampooed, the curtains ironed, and the stun batons charged which can only mean one thing - it's time for the 2019 Miss Cryptid Contest! The 7th annual Miss Cryptid Contest kicks off with the Nain Rouge from Detroit, Japan's Uwabami, and the Ningen from the waters off Antarctica. Will a Detroit dwarf, a Japanese snake, or an Antarctic sea humanoid move on to this year's finals? It's up to you to decide! Check the Blurry Photos Home Page for the form to vote for your favorite. You can also have your vote be an entry into this year's Miss Cryptid Prize Pack Sweepstakes! Vote once each week for a total of 4 entries into the Sweepstakes for a prize that includes Blurry Photos swag, a Cryptid Crate courtesy of Derek Hayes, and a Golden Goatm… Read more
You'd think this movie had everything... With a title like "The Man Who Killed Hitler and then the Bigfoot," how could you not want to find out more about it? Flora is joined by Toby from Secret Transmission, Zenger from Zeng This!and Derek from Monsters Among Us for a discussion and review of the movie "The Man Who Killed Hitler and then the Bigfoot". Forty years after heroically killing Hitler in WWII, Calvin Barr (Sam Elliott) is close to letting his age catch up to him when the government requests his assistance once again. The Bigfoot is wreaking havoc in Canada with a new disease, and only Barr can stop it. David and the boys recap the highlights of this gutsy movie, including parts they liked and parts that didn't work so much for them. Lots of laughs and opinions are shared in this… 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.
Could chemtrails be destroying our ancestral memories, detaching us from understanding nature and leaving us wondering what the future will do to us instead of what we will do to the future? The gods of old had elements and characteristics bringing divine feminine and masculine qualities that showed in the art and architecture of the […]… Read more
Abductees have been reporting similar experiences and recalling common details, such as the mission to breed of human-like or insect-like appearance extraterrestrials. Many of the abductees are related to an ancient line of hybrids. Could it be that, for thousands of years, these hybrids have been identified, hunted down and disposed of by various alien […]… Read more
It seems everyone is a conspiracy theorist these days. Even the President! Taco Bell released an Illuminati ad campaign years ago. The Illuminati is a part of our culture now and few know its true roots. How often do you hear of the Society of Jesus or Jesuits when mentioning the Illuminati? Could there be […]… Read more
The "Old Religion" has us caught up by our 666 footprint seeking a witch burning. Can Wisdom survive Victory? What steps must be taken to create a New World Order? What will make you believe that it is necessary? Uncovering the truth reveals America has never been the good guy. We are subdued by the […]… Read more
Nature abhors a vacuum. What will fill the void if you only go after evil without knowing goodness? Are your emotions your own or is the creeping malaise a side effect of technology? Is there a technology that reverses this state of mind? ... How do you recognize your true self if your emotions are […]… Read more
We are separated by false ideologies. We seem to feel we can only attack the power or we feel we don't want to be here any more. There is an epidemic of loneliness and suicide while masked, hooded thugs throw cement milkshakes and ice cream lickers see themselves as revolutionaries. Within the core of your […]… Read more
The fact that 32 pig brains were brought back to life using a technology called BrainEx may sound like an episode of J.J. Abram's Fringe TV series but, it's not. How close to reality are our science fiction tales of macabre? Are there portals to another dimension with weak spots that cause areas of high […]… Read more