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The Midnightology Podcast
4 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
The Midnightology Podcast is back from the dead! Here's a little info about our timeline and an appeal to our listeners!
55 minutes | Apr 5, 2020
In this episode, we discuss cults with Cameron and Charlotte. Cameron has a masters degree in Apologetics with an emphasis in cults and Charlotte is a licensed private investigator.
47 minutes | Mar 1, 2020
Crypto Road Trip
Guests Cameron Nigh and Charlotte Kennedy join the show tonight to tell us about their cross country Cryptozoology road trip. The Ohio Grass Man, Mothman, and the Florida Skunk Ape were all on the list. Did you know that the Lizardman has his own museum? He has to share it, but it's a thing. Listen in to get all the details. You might even want to plan your own road trip...
30 minutes | Feb 1, 2020
The Linkville Cemetery
Tonight's show is our first show of 2020. Our guest co-host, Kristine Hustead joins us tonight to discuss the Linkville Cemetery in Klamath Falls and some of the history surrounding the people buried there. We also talk about a couple of EVP's recorded in the cemetery and a Japanese attack on mainlaind USA that killed several Oregon residents. Show notes: Linkville Cemetery Created in 1885, Linville Pioneer Cemetery contains more than 5,700 burial dating from the 1860’s to the present day. Many were moved to Linkville from an earlier cemetery to make way for an irrigation canal. Established initially by a citizens association, the cemetery was deeded to Klamath Falls in 1923 and became united with the existing Oddfellows Cemetery on the north side. In 1931, a park like landscape, with tree shaded lanes was created. https://oregonheritage.wordpress.com/2014/02/21/brochure-highlights-linkville-cemetery-history/ https://www.nps.gov/nr/feature/places/14000400.htm Notable Persons Lee (19) and Joe (15) Laws – victims of an 1882 feud between cattlemen in the nearby Langel Valley. Oscar Caldwell – ashes retrieved from Cremains Room at OR State insane asylum 86 years after his death. Catherine Spencer – Civil War heroine: “saved the Union flag from desecration at the 1862 Battle of Harper’s Ferry. Tule Lake Prison Camp = Japanese-American burials moved to Linkville Cemetery after the camp was closed in 1946. Balloon Bomb Victims – May 5, 1945 … In Lakeview, Oregon, Mrs. Elsie Mitchell and five neighborhood children are killed while attempting to drag a Japanese balloon out the woods. Unbeknownst to Mitchell and the children, the balloon was armed, and it exploded soon after they began tampering with it. They were the first and only known American civilians to be killed in the continental United States during World War II. The explosive balloon found at Lakeview was a product of one of only a handful of Japanese attacks against the continental United States, which were conducted early in the war by Japanese submarines and later by high-altitude balloons carrying explosives or incendiaries. https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/six-killed-in-oregon-by-japanese-bomb
50 minutes | Jan 27, 2020
The Happy Undead Friends
In this episode, recorded in September 2019, Midnightology welcomes Kristin Albue. Kristin is the author of the Happy Undead Friends series of children's books. Kristin discusses the paranormal with the guys and talks about how she came to create the colorful, but undead, characters in her books. Kristin's books can be found on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Welcome-Zigfeeld-Happy-Undead-Friends/dp/1475225113/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=happy+undead+friends&qid=1580166475&s=books&sr=1-3
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