About This Show
A podcast about the unsung heroes of myths and legends-the monsters!
We'll take a look at some monster-centric myths and legends, some not so ancient cryptids, and everything in-between and try to sort out possible origin species, biological impetus for why they do what they do, and why we love to hear about them.
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King of the Cats
4 days ago
Who's feeling frisky? Cats have been around for 9,000 years and they're still just as wild as ever. Let's learn about the ultimate political party animal, and meet some real life cat fairies!
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