Fresh off an incredible journey to Ireland, Fortean author and friend of BoA:Audio Joshua Cutchin joins us to tell tales of his adventure and share insights from his research into faerie lore.
In lieu of the bio / background, we have Josh bring us up to speed on what inspired his trip to Ireland and he tells us about how he […]Learn more. . .
Acclaimed documentary filmmaker and 2017 Golden Yeti winner Seth Breedlove joins us to talk about cryptids and the paranormal as well as how one documents such strangeness.
Following the standard bio / background on Seth Breedlove, where we learn about how he got interested in the paranormal and how his production company, Small Town Monsters, launched, we learn about his forthcoming […]Learn more. . .
Emerging esoteric researcher and paranormal scholar Wren Collier joins BoA:Audio for an expansive conversation covering a fairly vast array of paranormal topics.
After we dispense with the formalities and find out Wren’s bio/background, we dive right into discussing the ETH, alternative theories on the UFO phenomenon, and the challenges of sending humans, themselves, into space, much less our species eventually making […]Learn more. . .
In one of the more unique episodes in our storied history, BoA:Audio welcomes actor, comedian, and longtime listener to the program, Steve Berg, for a raucous conversation about UFOs, the paranormal, life in Hollywood, and whatever else happened to come up over the course of nearly three hours.
In honor of Steve’s longtime support of the show, we’ve gone old school […]Learn more. . .
Author and collector of strange-but-true tales from American history, Robert Schneck, makes a long-overdue appearance on the program as we continue our series of first-time guests here on Season X.
Kicking things off, we reflect on the International Cryptozoology Conference which was held in Portland, Maine over Labor Day weekend and featured Robert giving a presentation and Binnall hanging around in […]Learn more. . .
BoA:Audio examines one of our favorite topics over the years on the program: the history of UFO studies as we welcome Mark O’Connell, author of the amazing J. Allen Hynek biography The Close Encounters Man.
We kick things off with the standard bio / background on Mark O’Connell and find out how he wound up writing a biography on the pioneering […]Learn more. . .