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Hello folks and welcome to Appalachian Intelligence. Come join Justin, Ryan, Lance, and guests as they dive deep into the wide, weird, world of the paranormal, cryptids, conspiracy, and altered history. With a plethora of topics covered and soon to be covered, join us as we investigate the high strangeness in the world around us. So, come and visit us in Appalachia, where the stories are as old as the mountains.
 
Learn about the true Appalachian life, mysteries, legends & history. I’m Larry Bentley and I was born and raised in the Appalachian mountains of southwest Virginia. I want to take you on a fantastic journey through the Appalachian mountains. We’re going to explore everything from murder, native folklore and legend to true stories of hardship and what makes Appalachian life, Appalachian life. Come join me. I guarantee it’s not going to be anything like you think it is.
 
Nice to meet you! Here you can find biweekly true stories of murders, true crime, ghosts/hauntings, paranormal experiences, alien encounters, cryptid sightings, and everything spooky and unexplained that happens in Appalachia. Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss episodes. You may contact me at obscureappalachia@gmail.com I welcome any listener submission stories! Please e-mail those to me. You can find more at our socials: https://www.facebook.com/Obscure-Appalachia-100389789455161 @obs ...
 
Will and Neil are two brothers born and raised in the coal fields of central Appalachia. A podcast about place and perspective, they talk about life in Appalachia and venture outside the region to better understand the negative perceptions of Appalachia and find out how their culture truly compares to the rest of the World.
 
Welcome to Appalachian Mysteria, a true-crime podcast series that all started with Mared & Karen: The WVU Coed Murders and Big Savage: The Death of Alexander Stevens. As the podcast has grown we decided to combine our feeds, join forces with Jam Street Media for season 3. Our new season Outlandish is now available. Listen now!
 
In the mountains of central Appalachia, blood runs as deep as these hollers and just as dark. Since before our kind knew these hills, hearts of unknowable hunger and madness have slumbered beneath them. These are the darkest mountains in the world. How dare we think we can break the skin of a god and dig out its heart without bringing forth blood and darkness? Old Gods of Appalachia is a horror-anthology podcast set in the shadows of an Alternate Appalachia, a place where digging too deep in ...
 
Six book fantasy series located in the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee. Katie Johnson a Junior in high school doesn't realize she is about to enter into a fantasy world. Where she and others turn into were-animals. Each move she makes is like a game on a chess board where the decisions she makes will be life or death to her friends and family. The supernatural is common and is trying to destroy the natural world.
 
Welcome to Now Appalachia Radio with host and thriller author Eliot Parker. The show will profile Appalachian writers and creative people. Proud to be part of the August on the Air Global Radio Network. Authors on the Air Global Radio Network is an international digital media corporation comprised of radio talk shows, podcasts, book reviews and anthology publishing with 3 million listeners in 40 countries and over one million social media friends. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elio ...
 
Having long been in this region, Black Appalachians remain mostly invisible, while the dominant narratives of Appalachia depict an overwhelming, white cultural homogeneity. The Black in Appalachia Podcast challenges these misconceptions by highlighting how Black families have shaped and have been shaped by the region. Through historical and contemporary stories of people, places and experiences, hosts Enkeshi El-Amin and Angela Dennis interrogate what it means to be Black in Appalachia, crea ...
 
An overweight, 61-year-old retiree, with zero hiking experience, decided to hike the entire 2,185.3 mile length of the Appalachian Trail in 2014. What could possibly go wrong? As his brother, Mike, commented, "It's a bit like taking up boxing and fighting Mike Tyson in your first bout." Join Steve and his guests as they discuss all aspects of the trail, from gear to Lyme Disease, then back to trail magic and injury.
 
Co-hosts Bill Dunham and Dr. Fred Mackara provide monthly updates on the markets and the economy and conduct long form interviews with business, governmental, academic, and entrepreneurial thought leaders in the Southern Appalachians to find new trends in business and economic development in the region. Produced by Hoover Mutascope Productions
 
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Appalachian Arcana

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Appalachian Arcana

Cam Collins and Sarah Faulk

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Cam Collins and Sarah Faulk bring you tales of the strange and unusual from around the Appalachian region. From hair-raising accounts of true crime to haints and hauntings, ghost cats and goatmen, tune in for stories of the many things that go bump in the night in these hills.
 
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Appalachian Words

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Appalachian Words

Jennifer Heinmiller

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Welcome to Appalachian Words, the show about language and culture in Appalachia. I’m your host, Jennifer Heinmiller. I am co-author of the Dictionary of Southern Appalachian English, a historical dictionary that is over 1.3 million words long and covers everything from "ain’t never" to "zonies alive." If you’re curious about that one, subscribe and tune in. I welcome your questions, comments, stories, suggestions, and pumpkin bread. Contact me at appalachian.dictionary@gmail.com
 
Appalachian Sound and Color sets out to interview and understand artists, musicians, writers, and makers living in Appalachia. ASC's light hearted interview style does not strictly focus on each maker's creative process, but rather their upbringing in Appalachia and how that steered them to create. The podcast also asks why each artist chose to stay and create here. ASC is an offspring of Clientele Art Studio located in Wheeling, WV and is hosted by Logan Schmitt and William Wallace. It is p ...
 
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On January 7, 1938, a blast rocked the little community of Hampton, Tennessee. After the smoke cleared, the home of Harmon and Pauline Gouge was in ruins, their three daughters lay dead, and Pauline Gouge was in a coma. On this episode of the Stories podcast, Steve and Rod tell the story of this bit of Appalachian history.…
 
This week, we begin our journey through Appalachia in Floyd, Virginia, at the Friday Night Jamboree. We’ll also check in with volunteers from across the country who are coming together to help those in Eastern Kentucky dealing with flood damage. And we’ll learn about the people who worked toward securing women the right to vote. All that and more t…
 
After the cameras have gone, the relief efforts are not forgotten. In this episode, Neil and Will sit down with Claire Balsley the Director of Disaster Assistance Programs with SBP (originally "St. Bernard's Parish"). Claire talks about SBP's efforts in Eastern Kentucky after the disastrous flooding and how they are trying to dispel some of the mis…
 
Tommy puts Jack’s plan into action and journeys into darkness with a little help from an old friend. CW: Train sounds, train disaster, explosions, stabbing, references/depictions of intoxication. Written by Cam Collins Narrated by Steve Shell Sound design by Steve Shell Produced and edited by Cam Collins and Steve Shell The voice of the Railroad Ma…
 
On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews author Rebecca Bernard about her new short story collection OUR SISTER WHO WILL NOT DIE. Rebecca is an Assistant Professor in the English Department at Angelo State University. Her work has appeared in Colorado Review, Southwest Review, Juked, Pleiades, and elsewhere and has been recognized…
 
Find me on social media at Obscure Appalachia. Submit your true paranormal or true crime stories to obscureappalachia@gmail.com Sources: https://yellowhammernews.com/revisiting-alabamas-unsolved-cattle-mutilation-phenomenon-30-years-later/ http://www.ob1.com/fyfecow.html https://www.history.com/news/cattle-mutilation-1970s-skinwalker-ranch-ufos htt…
 
Hello friends, This week my guests are the hip-hop and punk duo High-Low Audio from Bedford Virginia. We discuss the difficulty this duo has experienced breaking into one Appalachian Virginia music scene. The duo is comprised of Elegy and Montae'Vious Dash, they met in high school and have since created No Society, a label that develops and represe…
 
This week, we begin our journey through Appalachia in Floyd, Virginia, at the Friday Night Jamboree. We’ll also check in with volunteers from across the country who are coming together to help those in Eastern Kentucky dealing with flood damage. And we’ll learn about the people who worked toward securing women the right to vote. All that and more t…
 
This week, we have the second and concluding part of my recent 75 mile TSX Challenge hike in California, taking in Mt Whitney as its main highlight. As many of you know, I've often spoken of my inability to hike at altitude. In this hike, I discovered that it was more about my attitude than the altitude. We covered the first three days of the hike …
 
Hello friends, This week my guest is Ethan Heller, lead guitarist from the psychedelic circus, heavy jam band laced with wicked jazz lounge vibes from Asheville NC, The Snozzberries. We discuss the trials and tribulations that brought this band from the innocent, carefree 4 piece in 2017 to a heavier, darker version of the band after their drummer …
 
Jared's Kiss Jack Price sets up a meeting to tell Katie and David what they had found out about the Franklin's. Katie brings Zach along. Jack Price explains he knows his friend Tom Franklin is not involved and has given him the investigation. After the meeting, Jack tries and tells Katie Jackson is not for her. She tells him not only is he not in c…
 
It's just the AI guys in this one, sitting down for a great, sometimes intense conversation. We talk about the last two years of chaos and confusion as the result of requirements, restrictions, divide, and lock downs from the virus. We also get into the Large Hadron Collider at CERN firing back up and some of weird things that have happened around …
 
During the post-Civil War coal boom in West Virginia, many new towns were founded to serve the coal industry and the railroads that hauled that coal to market. One of these towns was Thurmond, founded by a former Confederate captain of Thurmond's Rangers which was based in the area. Along with those towns came hotels to accomodate visitors and busi…
 
This week, we’re airing an encore episode of Inside Appalachia. We’ll meet a man who makes wooden turkey calls, not ordinary turkey calls. Painter Brian Aliff doesn’t call himself an artist, but he intricately paints his turkey calls, which are now collectors’ items. We’ll also meet people who make wooden paddles by hand and custom-decorate each on…
 
We’ll meet a man who makes wooden turkey calls, not ordinary turkey calls. Painter Brian Aliff doesn’t call himself an artist, but he intricately paints his turkey calls, which are now collectors’ items. We’ll also meet people who make wooden paddles by hand and custom-decorate each one, and a man who repairs cuckoo clocks. Finally, we’ll travel to…
 
In this episode Neil and Will sit down with proud Appalachian and fellow Eastern Kentuckian Stacie Fugate. With a focus on the flood relief efforts, they discuss her work with InVision Hazard and the Foundation for Appalachia Kentucky. Take a listen as Stacie describes her love for cornbread and milk and gives her personal recollection of the flood…
 
As many of you know, I recently fulfilled a long-held ambition to climb Mt Whitney. While I was out on this group-led hike, I could reflect upon what it is to hike in such a wilderness and, on my return, I was eager to share it with you all. I rarely start editing until the day before my podcast is due to be published, but I've been thinking about …
 
Find me on social media at Obscure Appalachia. Submit your true paranormal or true crime stories to obscureappalachia@gmail.com Sources: https://www.google.com/books/edition/The_Braxton_County_Monster_Updated_Revis/H9GSBgAAQBAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1 https://www.history.com/news/flatwoods-monster-west-virginia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flatwoods_monster …
 
Hello friends, This week on Appalachian Vibes my guest is the funky, grass, soul and blues 6 piece from Asheville NC, I’m talking about dun dun dun....Dr. Bacon. I’m speaking with Myles Dunder; original member, vocalist, saxophonist, and guitarist for this Swiss army knife of a band. Songs featured in todays episode from Dr. Bacon's album 'Fast and…
 
Fighting with David Katie gets into a huge fight with David. When she enters her home she cannot get over the feeling she is being watched. Walking through a house that appears to be empty. She runs into her mom in the arms of Reginald Cumberland the butler. Katie goes down to the cave where she studies the crude drawings. Jackson meets her there. …
 
Our good friend Maverick Matthews joins the guys for the third time in this one. We talk about some major divisive topics in today's society and possible solutions for those. We talk about who we think the "they" are that are pulling the strings behind the puppets that are intentionally sending society into chaos. Maverick also talks about some rec…
 
Enkeshi and Pumpkin talk with Pam Nixon about her advocacy work in Environmental Justice in Institute, West Virginia. This was a live-recorded event that was part of the University of Tennessee's Black Ecologies Week, held as a partnership with UT Humanities Center initiative with Africana Studies, The Bottom, Black in Appalachia, East Tennessee PB…
 
Talt Hall had a very interesting life. Born and raised in eastern Kentucky, he had been a Confederate soldier, a deputy sheriff, a U. S. Marshal, a feudist, a railroad employee and a traveler who lived in various places across the country. He was also alleged to have killed nearly a hundred men in his lifetime. He was tried for 6 of those killings …
 
This week, we’re revisiting our episode “What Is Appalachia?” from December 2021. Appalachia connects mountainous parts of the South, the Midwest, the Rust belt and even the Northeast. The Appalachian Regional Commission defined the boundaries for Appalachia in 1965 with the creation of the Appalachian Regional Commission, a part of Lyndon B. Johns…
 
In this episode Neil and Will sit down with singer songwriter Corduroy Brown to discuss, among other things, his music and his mental health advocacy. Through his music and his platform, Corduroy works to break the stigma often associated with mental health. Take a listen as he describes his struggles and how he has overcome them, as well as his CO…
 
Mr. J.T. Fields of Paradise prepares to offer a very specific form of assistance to young Tommy Adkins. CW: Depictions/discussion of poverty and financial stress, alcohol, workplace related supernatural death, light dismemberment, and an industrial disaster. Written by Cam Collins Narrated by Steve Shell Sound design by Steve Shell Produced and edi…
 
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