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The Wampus Cat is a large, cat-like entity that is connected to Native American folklore. Also known as the Cherokee Death Cat, this beast is known for its six legs and terrifying cry. But, is it real? Listen now! Support Believing the Bizarre and get tons of extra content by joining our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/believingthebizarre For…
 
What is lurking in rural Wisconsin? Could there be a real werewolf that stalks around Bray Road? The beast of Bray Rd is known as a dog man that stands between 6 and 7 feet tall with grey and brown hair, a muscular build, and a dog face with other canine features. We discuss the folklore of the dogman known as The Beast of Bray Road and discuss som…
 
If you love real stories about creepy creatures that lurk in the woods and peer through your window late at night, this is a Believing the Bizarre episode you're going to want to dive into. We have four listener submission stories that all revolve around bumping into cryptids and creatures that pull you out of reality and into terror. Listen now! S…
 
Have you ever heard a forlorn wailing or earth-shattering shriek in the distance? Or perhaps caught a glimpse of a ghostly woman crying? If so, you may have experienced a banshee. Banshees are Celtic Folklore and depict a woman who is a harbinger of misfortunate, often death, in the family. But, are banshees believable? Listen now! Support Believin…
 
One of the UK's scariest Poltergeist experiences involves a young girl, Shirley, that was tormented for 12 years. Beyond experiencing terrifying notes and levitating from her bed, her family's house consistently rattled, objects flew across rooms, and fires randomly started throughout the home. But is it believable? Listen now.…
 
Ohio has its very own Bigfoot and it is known as the Ohio Grassman. Also known as the Kenmore Grassman and Orange eyes, this type of big foot is known to live in grass dwellings and is significantly more violent than other species of Big Foot. But, is it believable? Listen now! Support Believing the Bizarre and get tons of extra content by joining …
 
In January of 1974, a small town in northern Wales claimed to experience a massive UFO crash land and hover in the Berwyn Mountains. The UFO encounter involved a major earthquake, military involvement, and a potential major cover-up. Listen now! Support Believing the Bizarre and get tons of extra content by joining our Patreon here: https://www.pat…
 
Discover the rich Japanese history of a few of japans most famous Yōkai. We discuss multiple Yōkai and learn how amazing, powerful, silly, and terrifying these supernatural entities can be. Support Believing the Bizarre and get tons of extra content by joining our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/believingthebizarre For updates and extra conte…
 
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre! This week, we have two hauntingly good listener submissions, from Nora and Cyndi. One story involves a Civil War General-like shadow figure and the other is a collection of creepy and unsettling moments, including intense nightmares, lurking shadow figures, and terrifying entities peering around …
 
Join us as we tackle one of the biggest and most historical alien abduction stories around - The Betty and Barney Hill abduction. What started as a fun and spontaneous trip to Niagra Falls in 1961 turned into a night of absolute terror. The Hill Abduction started with an eerie light following the couple as they were driving late and night and ended…
 
This week, we head to Rougham in Bury Saint Edmunds, UK and discuss the Rougham Mirage. This Georgian-brick house is beautiful and catches you off guard... and then completely disappears. Right before your eyes. We discuss multiple historical and contemporary encounters with the Rougham Mirage. But how believable is this vanishing house? Listen now…
 
This week, it is listener submission time again and we have a few hauntings for you from two separate listeners. In one case, we have a seemingly very haunted home with a skeptical narrator that isn't quite sure if all of the home's spooks are what they seem. At the other end of the episode, we head to the Appalachian area with multiple entities th…
 
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre. This week, we dive into one of the most popular urban legends and teen-sleep-over-style games and dares ever - Bloody Mary. You know how it goes, you walk into a dark bathroom alone with the lights off, only a candle in your hand. You peer into the dimly light mirror and say Bloody Mary three tim…
 
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre. This week, we discuss past lives. Have you ever found yourself personally connecting to a different time period? Or, have you heard stories about children remembering specific details about people they never met and places they've never traveled...only to be completely accurate? We explore many t…
 
First, we discuss a terrifying and tribal ghost story from Veronica. Then, our main story, involves a protective and occasionally hostile shadow figure told to us by Sara. This shadow figure seems to have an uncanny ability to know who is a good fit for Sara, but at what cost? Listen now! Love the paranormal? Of course, you do! You're here! Check o…
 
Let's discuss a very popular cryptid: The Chupacabra. First seen in Puerto Rico in 1995, the Chupacabra has haunted and tormented farmers and folks alike for decades. There are two main types - the Puerto Rican Chupacabra and the Texan Chupacabra, which are remarkably different. However, they are both terrifyingly known for sucking the blood out of…
 
German for "double-walker," these paranormal entities are exact unknown replicas of people that are said to be bad omens and harbingers of bad news, misfortune, and death. Essentially, bad juju. But, what exactly could they be? Simply evil twins with mischievous intent? Or perhaps could these duplicates be us from a different or alternate dimension…
 
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre! This week, we have two submitted stories that we will be discussing. The first is sent to us by Megan, co-host of Hidden in the Shadows Podcast. She is very sensitive and has had plenty of paranormal encounters, but she submitted one of her very first encounters which potentially includes a popul…
 
Everyone has heard about the infamous Men In Black, and no, we aren't talking bout the film starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones. But, what about the Women in Black? Not quite as popular, the WIB are creepy, unsettling women that appear after witnesses experience paranormal events, commonly UFO sightings. In addition, they also seem to appear wh…
 
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre. This week, we dive into a creepy conspiracy and famous creepypasta - The Backroooms. Known as an eerie and unnatural place that people noclip into, The Backrooms is full of mystery, horror, and unnamed entities. From the yellowed lobby to thousands of distinct levels, The Backrooms is not a place…
 
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre. It is Listener Submission time again! We start off with a creepy, devilish story from Leylah before diving into the main listener submission from G. This story has it all - ghosts, terrifying experiences, and seeing strange entities running. But, could it all be believable? Listen now to find out…
 
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre. This week, we go back into the wonderful world of hauntings. In a small district of Greater London, England is Thornton Heath. This district is known for two terrifying poltergeist experiences. We discuss the poltergeist encounters, what separates a poltergeist from a ghost, and much more. But, w…
 
This month we discuss a major, popular topic that Tyler particularly loves very much: zombies. Of course, the pop culture, Walking Dead style of zombies and the George Romero zombies are not how they originated. Actually, Haitian voodoo is where you can trace the idea and folklore of a zombie back to. But are they real? A lot of existing parasites …
 
It's compilation time again! For the fourth time in our existence, we have gathered a few shorter listener submissions and turned them into a listener submission collection. We cover a wide variety in this episode! From tall, black cryptids to potentially dangerous aliens to literally toys moving on their own - this listener submission collection h…
 
We travel to Louisville, Kentucky, and discuss one of the most haunted locations in the United States. Originally a hospital for folks suffering from tuberculosis, a wide range of treatments were conducted on patients and thousands of patients died during the Waverly Hills Sanatorium's medical tenure. They even turned a supplies tunnel into a body …
 
We discuss a very popular spirit (thanks to Disney, of course) that is very different than media portrays them. We are talking about Jinn. Instead of the silly and funny genie that pops out of a lamp or Christina Aguilera's hit song, Jinn are known to be very mischievous and potentially dangerous to humans. But, are they real? Listen now! Support B…
 
This story has a common premise - a deceased family member visiting - with an unusual and terrifying spin. Chyanne’s Grandfather was a vile, angry man that despised her. In addition to this horrifying submission, we also have a quick listener submission from one of our listeners that believes they truly encounters the Slenderman. What!? Listen now!…
 
This week, we finally venture back into the wonderful world of aliens. But first, let’s take a trip to the 90s! Back in 1997, thousands of folks in Arizona saw what they claimed as a huge object in the night sky - 6000 feet long - with countless lights. It blocked out the stars and was completely silent as it moved across the sky. Could this be pro…
 
Welcome to the 100th episode of Believing the Bizarre. This week, we tackle a very personal paranormal encounter. Tyler will finally discuss his (potential) Skinwalker experience. We say potential because we don’t technically know what it was. Late at night in 2013, Tyler and his friend Ethan were driving in rural Northeast Ohio. Having a good time…
 
This week we tackle another Listener Submission story, coming to us from Sarah in Dover. As you can tell by the title - things are about to get pretty spooky in this hospital. Hospitals are already full of intense energy, but if you add in a few entities that like sneaking up behind you and ripping a vacuum out of your hand, things escalate pretty …
 
This week is the perfect blend of paranormal, mystery, and...true crime! Similar to both the Lake Michigan Triangle and Missing 411, Alaska has its own bizarre triangle (from Anchorage to Juneau to formerly Barrow, now Utqiaġvik) where planes and people often go missing. Could it simply be the rough and brutal terrain? Or could strange energy, blac…
 
In today's episode, we discuss why we shouldn’t trust pretty ladies in green dresses that appear out of nowhere offering food we have always craved. Maybe a fairy can help us find something that “went missing” but at what cost. And what is a fairy’s favorite food? Probably some natural honey or something like that? Or maybe fairies are scarier than…
 
his week, we cover terrifying Mexican Folklore - the story of La Lechuza. This half-woman, half-owl entity is said to have been a woman that practiced witchcraft and was murdered by her town. Therefore, she has come back for revenge to wreak havoc. Also - surprise - this is also a Listener Submission! What!? What a plot twist. So, is this owl entit…
 
Let's go back a few decades to arguably the most infamous and haunted doll of all time - Annabelle. Unlike the Annabelle and Conjuring movie counterpart, she is not a porcelain terrifying toy. Instead, she is a generic raggedy Ann doll. But, that is all that is generic about her. It is claimed that she can move on her own, write creepy notes, and c…
 
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre. This week, we head South to the Bayou and discuss the Big Foot-like cryptid, the Honey Island Swamp Monster. Honey Island Swamp is a preserved, and relatively undisturbed, marshland. Essentially, the perfect location for a 7 to 8-foot ball, hairy, yellow-eyed cryptid. Sightings have been reported…
 
It’s listener submission collection time again. Wow, it's already the third volume! Time flies, right? And this volume has some great and horrifying encounters. That includes objecting moving on their own, a famous Mexican folktale, and a haunted schoolhouse. But, are they believable? Listen now! Support Believing the Bizarre and get tons of extra …
 
This week is a little different since we’ll be talking about a topic that is definitely real…but also unbelievable! For those of you that enjoy haunted houses, you might want to think twice about partaking in the McKamey Manor. In fact, that is what the owner, Russ, says too! But, why? Countless visitors have claimed they experienced more torturous…
 
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre. This week, we are back in conspiracy story. We dive into conspiracy theories surrounding Juice WRLD’s death and the tragedy that occurred at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival. We discuss hidden lyrics, drug use, and potential satanic symbolism. Listen now! Support Believing the Bizarre and get t…
 
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre. This week, we discuss a cryptid, which is what it's technically known as - but we have our questions, called the Black Stickman Phenomena. Essentially, this entity is exactly how it sounds, a super tall, stick figure-like entity with no face, eyes, nose, or facial features. Some say they are inte…
 
This week, we tackle something we all love…games! But, these games aren’t your regular Clue or Monopoly. No, these are CURSED games! Specifically, we are discussing Daruma-san (The Bath Game), The Man in the Field, and The Midnight Man Game. All games are horrifying in their own right and offer very little reward. But, would you play them? Listen n…
 
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, Bizarros! We decided during this time of goodwill and gift-giving that it would be fun to give a sampling of what our exclusive Patreon content is like. So, on this sampling, we included 3 of our Patreon segments: 1. Social Media Response - where we post questions every Monday on our Instagram and directly respon…
 
We are heading to the Carnegie Library of Homestead. However, as told to us by listener Beck, this very old library is much more than a place to check out books. It also has a pool, basketball court, music hall, and batting cages. Oh, and apparently it is haunted. Tales of books flying around, shadow figures, and disembodied voices surround this ic…
 
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre! As we get closer to Christmas, we thought it would be fun to tackle Icelandic Christmas folklore - the 13 Yule Lads. Essentially, these are Icelandic pranksters that come to town one by one during the last 13 nights before Yule, and perform a particular task. Some weird and some even weirder. We …
 
Let me paint you a picture - this week, we discuss one of the most haunted paints of all time, The Hands Resist Him. Painted by Bill Stoneham in 1972, The Hands Resist Him was originally just intended to pay the bills and was inspired by a poem written by his first wife and a photograph he found of himself. However, the painting seems to negatively…
 
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre. It’s listener submission time, brought to us by Katie, and this week we head to London, specifically the London Dungeon. The London Dungeon was opened in the 1970s on Tooley Street as a museum of various medieval torture instruments and has grown over the years into a massive actor-led tourist at…
 
This week we head up north - even more north than Ohio! We find ourselves in Manitoba, Canada, and the topic is UFOs. Back in 1975 and 1976, Manitoba experienced a consistent and playful red orb that became known as Charlie Red Star. Apparently, thousands of residents, from law enforcement to pilots, witnessed this UFO phenomenon. But, how believab…
 
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre! Bark Bark! Nope, we aren’t talking about aliens - we are talking about the Dogman! Specifically, the Michigan Dogman (although, whether or not this cryptic is specific to Michigan is up for debate). We have multiple famous encounters, along with a few fantastic Reddit experiences, that detail wit…
 
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre. Today we present the second edition in our Listener Submission Collection. That’s right, this week is Listener Submission Collection: Volume 2. Similar to Volume 1, we have a handful of paranormal, supernatural, and straight-up bizarre stories. From shadow figures and hauntings to terrifying enti…
 
Welcome to a LIVE HALLOWEEN special! This week, we literally travelled to Loveland, Ohio and recorded our episode on the Loveland Frogman live on Instagram and Facebook. So, what is the Loveland Frogman? It is a four-foot, half humanoid half frog-like creature with leathery skin that was spotted by business men back in the 1950s and a few police of…
 
We dive into Urban Legend territory and cover The Bunny Man. There are many iterations of this creepy tale, all of which involve Bunny Man Bridge in Clifton, Virginia. Legend says if you travel to Bunny Man Bridge, walk under the bridge at midnight, close your eyes, and chant, “Bunny Man” three times, a man in an off-white, ragged rabbit costume wi…
 
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