Magical Mystery Radio: Conspiracy & Paranormal Review
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"Inane ramblings from the fringe, half-baked politics from suspect sources, 'open-minded' nonsense about paranormal topics."
John and Adam explore trending and historical fringe topics in a sometimes-frustrating, occasionally profound, always entertaining quest for truth.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
Paranormal Pennsylvania, Kecksburg UFO Crash, and Nazi Flying Saucer Toys|114|
Apparently, there's an area in PA called Chestnut Ridge that's been infested with paranormal activity for the last hundred years or so. Bigfoot, UFOs, Dogmen, and prehistoric flying creatures known as Thunderbirds have all made an appearance. We take a look at some of these stories and wonder if there are some areas more prone to supernatural occurrences than others. Most notable of these stories though is The Kecksburg UFO Incident that occurred on Dec. 9th, 1965. Something fell from the sky in the small farming community of Kecksburg, PA, but what was it? A meteor, a downed Russian satellite, or was it something more down to earth, yet even more fascinating? Can you say top-secret Nazi technology? We knew you could. And speaking of Nazis, toy company Revell recently pulled their Haunebu II flying saucer model kits from store shelves for, "teaching kids that the Nazis achieved space travel". Umm... okay? Maybe they should ask NASA to chime in on this one, since many of their top scientists during the space race were Nazis. Should we ban all model rocket kits too? Read more »
Rated 5 out of
It's a Conspiracy!
This is one of the smartest shows out there in the conspiracy genre. These guys are informative and entertaining, and they're funny without trying to be funny like (cough) Last Podcast on the Left (cough). If you're a fan of Art Bell or Coast to Coast, then give this podcast a listen, as they cover similar topics, but go more in-depth.
Date published: 2017-05-06