Some Weird Movies

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In which we discuss with special guest, Justin, about four recent horror movies we’ve seen and a few tangents too.

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Books on Forensics and Crime

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In which we discuss with special guest, Sara, about forensic and crime books

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Mini Episode on Gothic Literature

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In which Savannah and I discuss the hallmarks of gothic literature, Crimson Peak, the House of Seven Gables, and more!

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Mini Episode 3: Killer Clowns and Legends

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In which the resident clown expert gives us a rundown on clowns for Halloween. 

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IT Movie Review

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In which we discuss the new movie IT versus the TV miniseries and book. Many, MANY spoilers ahead. Enter at your own risk!

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She Did Spill The Tea: Cemeteries

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In which we discuss legendary and mythical graves and chthonic gods. Content warning for brief discussion of drowning. 

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Bonus Episode: Contactee Dad

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In which we discussed more stories about Lauren’s father, an alien contactee. 

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Pirate Cemetery on Ile Sainte-Marie (St. Mary’s Island), Madagascar

Pirate Cemetery on Ile Sainte-Marie (St. Mary’s Island), Madagascar

 

“Up to 1,000 pirates reportedly called the rocky island home, including widely-feared brigands Adam Baldridge, William Kidd, Olivier Levasseur, Henry Every, Robert Culliford, Abraham Samuel and Thomas Tew…

 

“This place was not far from the maritime routes along which ships returning from the East Indies sailed in transit, their holds overflowing with wealth, it was provided with bays and inlets protected from storms and finally, it had abundant fruit and was situated in quiet waters. The beautiful tropical island’s numerous inlets and bays made it the perfect place to hide ships. The pirates sailed mostly from England, Portugal, France and America to make this island off the coast of Madagascar a home, a hideout and a strategic place…”

 

 

The most interesting part about this, I think, is that we are unsure of the veracity of the site. Maybe we should go there to check it out for ourselves.

Read more about this cool cemetery here