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The Mothman in the Bible Belt Podcast is a weekly podcast hosted by charismatic organic farmer and line dance instructor, Buck Fantastic. The podcast is focused on the trials and tribulations of everyday working class Americans. Podcast episodes address socio-economic inequality, class warfare, racism, sexism and the environment. The podcast is recorded and edited in Charleston, West Virginia. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mothmaninthebiblebelt/support
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Since the night of Claire Carpenter's disappearance, the small town of Marrowmill has never been the same. Reports of cryptids, the occult, and paranormal encounters are at an all time high. When Maria Hernandez ventures on an investigative journey to aid the townsfolk in these mysterious cases, she begins to unravel the truth behind the case that started it all.
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Justin Johnson, Chad Fisher, and Nathan Shrewsbury of West Virginia '80s pop-rock retro band Rewind The Walkman discuss their debut show at The Blue Parrot on February 17th, '80s music, their music videos, and whether Heart singer Ann Wilson should regularly perform a song she detests, "All I Wanna Do is Make Love to You." The band also chime in on…
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24-year-old pornstar Adam Awbride dishes on the Israel-Hamas War, immigration, and the 2024 Election. Awbride gives his opinion on porn mogul Michael Lucas slapping his name on an IDF missile headed towards Gaza and former scene partner Sergeant Miles's arrest for his involvement in the January 6th insurrection. And of course, Awbride speaks frankl…
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Crown the Witch dishes on their EP "This Curse", the status of DeadFaceDown, the West Virginia music scene, and their love of rock band Morbid Angel. The rockers also name who they want in the 2024 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and if Cher is worthy of induction. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mothmaninthebiblebelt/s…
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Hair Supply rockers Philthy Trenches and Weedles Von Frankenberry discuss their rock band, their music and several scandals they've been involved in. Philthy Trenches discusses his relationship with Tina Turner and Weedles Von Frankenberry dishes on his wild sex life.Also discussed, their current lead singer Pipes allegedly appearing in sex tape wi…
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West Virginia Explorer Magazine editor-in-chief David Sibray dishes on popular West Virginia tourist attractions, Mountain State cuisine, and his encounter with a sasquatch in Mount Hope. Sibray also discusses West Virginia folklore and John Sayle's "Matewan." On top of being editor-in-chief of WV Explorer, Sibray is also a historian, realtor, publ…
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The Undeniable Comedy Tour featuring comedians Lee Mays, Jeromy Moore and Jason Evans is playing the Mountain Roots Community Theatre in Belle, West Virginia on April 1st at 8pm. The comedy trio dish on their Belle gig, political correctness in comedy, Roseanne Barr's Fox Nation comedy special, and lack of comedy club venues in West Virginia. --- S…
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West Virginia Black Pride Foundation president and CEO Kasha Snyder-McDonald discusses the black trans experience in West Virginia, violence against black trans women and dishes on her newish LGBTQ advocacy organization. Snyder-McDonald also talks about drag performers Coti Collins and Michelle St. James, no West Virginia representation on Rupaul's…
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The West Virginia music scene: What dominates it, rock or country-western music? Dog Soldier and Goldtown singer Justin Johnson and DeadFaceDown guitarist Chad Fisher chime in on that and the music scene of years gone by. Johnson and Fisher also discuss their latest musical collaboration “Hungry Eyes”, recording 80s covers, this year’s Rock and Rol…
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Kentucky native Jeromy Moore dishes on his 16-year career as a stand-up comedian. Moore talks about being out in improve, Appalachian comedians, political correctness, the difference between bullying and comedy, and opening for Gallagher, Michael Winslow and Golden Globes award winning actress Jennifer Coolidge. Moore also chimes in on Dave Chappel…
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Retired public school teacher and actress, Cathy Deobler, discusses what brought her to West Virginia from Los Angeles, California; Riverside High's lack of theater, and her arts non-profit the Mountain Roots Community Theatre. Deobler also dishes on past and upcoming Mountain Roots Community Theatre shows. Mountain Roots Community Theatre is locat…
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West Virginia filmmakers Calvin Grimm and Herbert Gardner discuss their 2022 scifi-horror-thriller "Return of the Mothman", the infamous cryptid behind it and the newly revamped and reinstated West Virginia film tax credit. Grimm also discusses his doc "37 Fallen" and West Virginia State University historical drama "River of Hope." "Return of the M…
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Legendary parapsychologist Dr. Barry E. Taff dishes on how he got into researching ESP, poltergeists and hauntings at UCLA's famed parapsychology lab and his parapsychology work following the lab's closure. The Entity case, San Pedro Haunting, alien abductions, Zak Bagans, and stories from Taff's debut 2010 book "Aliens Above, Ghosts Below" are dis…
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First time author Brian Cochran talks about his debut book "The Spring House", growing up gay in Georgia, real life ghosts, and seeing the B-52s and REM live in Athens before they made it big. Cochran lives in Charleston, West Virginia with his husband Stephen and their three dogs. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/m…
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George Patterson started Hernshaw Farms on an old strip mine in Hernshaw, West Virginia in 2018. They raise nearly 20 varieties of gourmet mushrooms and sell a host of ag products to consumers in West Virginia and beyond. Patterson discusses his mushroom enterprise, and gives his two cents on the State of West Virginia possibly decriminalizing magi…
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Trans activist, educator, entrepreneur and former pornstar Buck Angel discusses his life, career, fatherhood, controversial statements and legacy. Angel also gives his thoughts on the doc "What is a Woman?", Rachel Dolezal being "trans racial", Kate Pierson's "Mr. Sister", and where he stands politically. Buck Angel is the subject of the 2013 docum…
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Out entertainer Ted Brightwell is a legend in West Virginia. He's resided in the Mountain State since the mid-70s. Brightwell is a hair stylist, actor, drag performer, emcee, and LGBT rights advocate. Brightwell is the man behind drag diva Vicki Williams. Brightwell discusses his life, Rupaul's Drag Race, the gay scene in Charleston in the '70s and…
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Journalist and documentary filmmaker Amanda Page discusses her debut doc "Peerless City" about the "pill mill capitol of America" Portsmouth, Ohio. Page also chimes in on poverty and drug addiction in Portsmouth and in West Virginia. Page's articles have been featured in Belt Magazine, The Daily Yonder, 100 Days in Appalachia, Literary Hub and Yes!…
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Homelessness and unaffordable housing are two problems that many Americans face. Openly gay homeless rights activist, social media influencer and New Yorker Karim Walker experienced both while living in the Big Apple. Walker shares his story of survival and talks candidly about homelessness, poverty, unaffordable housing, race in America, and corpo…
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The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict is an enigma to most Americans. Many Americans think the so-called "conflict" is simply a Jews verses Muslims thing. It's not. It's about land grabbing and keeping the promise of statehood to Palestinians. Guest Philip Weiss discusses his online publication Mondoweiss, the Israeli Occupation of Palestine, BDS, Zioni…
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West Virginia author Matt Browning dishes on his latest book "The Definitive Golden Girls Cultural Reference Guide". Browning also discusses the Golden-Con: Thank You for Being a Fan Convention, life growing up in the Southern Coalfields, and whether or not coal mining is sexy. Browning's other literary works include "Bookstore Explorer: West Virgi…
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The Primary Election in West Virginia is May 10th. Early voting is on its final week. Many West Virginia voters are unaware of how their elected reps in the West Virginia Legislature vote. Activist/blogger Jeremy Brannon recently wrote a scathing article on how candidates endorsed by West Virginia "Progressive" political organizations WV Working Fa…
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That West Virginia Music Show host Nathaniel James dishes on his new show and the West Virginia music scene. James also gives his two cents on Dolly Parton asking to have her Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nomination rescinded, Wheeler Walker Jr., and Madonna using sex to sell her music in her sixties. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spoti…
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Self-Injury Awareness educator Sarah Fox discusses her life in and out of the foster care system and experiencing homelessness as an adult. Fox also dishes on slumlords, unaffordable housing, and her experiences with homeless service providers in West Virginia. Copyright © 2022 Jeremy Brannon. All Rights Reserved. --- Support this podcast: https://…
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Charleston, West Virginia is a dead zone when it comes to readily available good paying opportunities. Poverty, drug addiction and crime thrive in Charleston. Police brutality geared towards black people and the homeless are common occurrences. Homeless encampments and panhandling have become the norm in Downtown Charleston and on the West Side. HI…
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Nuclear Power is a controversial subject. After incidents at nuclear power plants at Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukushima the public has greatly frowned upon nuclear energy. Nuclear energy is costly, not as clean as nuclear advocates claim and there are serious safety concerns about it. Some quasi-environmentalists/climate change activists ar…
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Ever wonder how billionaires like Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk and Michael Bloomberg got away with paying no federal income taxes for a few years and you didn’t? ProPublica senior editor and reporter Jesse Eisinger discusses the popular article he co-authored in June 2021, “The Secret IRS Files: Trove of Never-Before-Seen Records Reveal How the Wealthiest…
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Affordable housing is a problem many Americans face. Millions of Americans work two or more low-wage paying jobs to simply survive. Affordable housing expert Flora Valdes-Depena discusses affordable housing options being deployed across the country such as inclusionary zoning, community land trusts, source of income discrimination laws and rent con…
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Environmental freelance journalist Justin Nobel takes Mothman in the Bible Belt Podcast listeners on a scary journey through the oil and gas industry. Nobel discusses in great length the workplace safety and public health threats that both fracking and conventional oil and natural gas extraction poses to Americans. Nobel wrote a popular Rolling Sto…
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Native American activist, podcaster and co-chair of the West Virginia Democratic Party's Indigenous Caucus, Seth Sturm, alleges there's racists in the West Virginia Democratic Party... and he names names and the alleged racist acts committed. Sturm is also a member of the WVDP Affirmative Action Caucus. Sturm discusses the Affirmative Action caucus…
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West Virginia-raised actor, comedian and writer Sam Pancake dishes on his early life in West Virginia, film and television roles, famous friends, getting sober, and how he got from point A to point B in life. Sam Pancake appeared in 109 television and movie roles and counting, and numerous commercials and theatrical productions. Pancake is a WVU al…
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This week’s podcast episode is dedicated to child homelessness in West Virginia. It’s my most controversial podcast episode to date. Why is it controversial? My guests' answers on how to alleviate homelessness. Hint: having a college degree or vocational/technical certification does not guarantee any West Virginian a living wage paying job. My gues…
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West Virginia public school teacher and union activist, Nicole McCormick, dishes on the anti-teacher and anti-union legislation that passed the West Virginia Legislature this past session and why teachers and their unions let it happen. McCormick also discusses how COVID-19 impacted teachers and students, the 2016 Jim Justice endorsement, and child…
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University of Charleston medicinal chemistry professor Dr. Rebecca Linger discusses plant medicine and her debut book "A Guide to the Toxicology of Select Medicinal Plants and Herbs of Eastern North America." Copyright(c) Jeremy Brannon 2021. All Rights Reserved. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mothmaninthebiblebel…
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Three time West Virginia gubernatorial candidate and former WV legislator, Charlotte Pritt, discusses her career in public service, activism and politics. Pritt recounts what drove her to seek out a seat in the WV House of Delegates and run for governor. She discloses dirty going ons at the WV state capitol, a miscarriage she had while on the campa…
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My 1st guest on the inaugural episode of the Mothman in the Bible Belt Podcast is medicine historian Dr. John M. Riddle. Dr. Riddle was the History Department chair and Alumni Distinguished Professor at North Carolina State University. He's authored numerous books on plant-based birth control, medicine and human sexuality such as "Contraception and…
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While exploring a dead mall known for paranormal activity, Maria and Claire find themselves in the center of a cryptic battle beyond their wildest nightmares. CREDITS Samantha Sanchez as Maria Hernandez Liane Chen as Claire Carpenter Ramin Hashemi as Boris and Oliver Linet Caleb Alexandra as The Rake, The Mothman, and the Bath & Body works staff me…
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