Now available on Stitcher

So, if Google, iTunes or Podomatic aren’t where you’d prefer to listen, we’re now available on Stitcher. It’s been an exciting week here and I’m hoping this makes it as easy as possible for you to access the podcast. See you in a few short days for the next podcast!

boo,

we’ll be back in a few

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Keep the Spirit Going

Hey unexplained enthusiasts, I’ve got a special announcement that I’d love to let you in on: I just joined Patreon in order to continue and improve our adventures! In case you’re wondering, Patreon is a simple way for my fans to contribute to our inexplicable adventures every month, and get great rewards in return. I wanted to share it with you so  go checkout https://www.patreon.com/parapopulous . Yep, we’re your very own ghost of holidays past, and looking forward to new adventures starting again soon. 👻
 Boo, we’ll be back in a few

A podcast has been released into the wild…

Sixth podcast is up and it’s based on “wanna go on a dig“.

Direct link here http://parapopulous.podomatic.com/entry/2015-10-15T15_27_14-07_00 . And iTunes version herehttp://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/parapopulous-podcast-version/id1037944377?mt=2 ( or just search parapopulous in the iTunes store).

Sorry for the delay in release of this, it was unavoidable.

boo,

we’ll be back in a few

( Photo credit to blog.fossilfinder.org/ )

 

Wanna go on a dig?

Ok, so it might not make you Indiana Jones exactly.

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So it’s not exactly in the paranormal category (not all things on here will be) but it is unknown in that there’s just so much more we could know and with my love of history, paranormal and the unexplained it was fated.

Yes when I was little I wanted to be an archaeologist. I read about Egypt and Titanic right alongside my Betty & Veronica comics. I didn’t end up going that way because I figured I’d never get Latin or Greek, so I still keep my love of history going but in a non fedora hat wearing way. When I saw this it took me two seconds to post about it here.

So what this is, is a chance to look for ancient fossils in the cradle of life without travel hassles or that pesky multiple degree. It’s found on http://www.fossilfinder.org/ and it’s an amazing opportunity to see history in action and lend a much needed eye to where we all began. Some of the fossils already found there are just breathtaking and even if this isn’t something you want to participate in, I do recommend going to have a look at the work so far.

Something like this should make you appreciate climate change and the movement it forces on people, which in our time might hopefully be an eye opener. If nothing else, hopefully it reminds you that we’re all one big family, so stop fighting at the dinner table!

boo,

we’ll be back in a few

(Photo credit to blog.fossilfinder.org/ with original article at http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/citizen-science-project-will-let-anyone-search-for-ancient-fossils-from-the-comfort-of-their-homes-10490349.html .)