BoA’s holiday tradition like no other continues with our 10th annual Ruxgiving special featuring the incomparable Bruce Rux. Over the course of this two-hour conversation, we talk about the coronavirus and Bruce’s misgivings about the pandemic, the monolith discovered in the Utah desert, the endless tease of UFO disclosure, how movies are now being released at home because of the […]Learn more. . .
BoA’s Summer of Strangeness comes to a close with special guest William Zabel. A long-time favorite guest of the program, he shares the incredible and epic story of how he left America following his last appearance on BoA back in 2018 and moved to Germany, where he was eventually told to return to the United States under mysterious circumstances, fled […]Learn more. . .
BoA’s Summer of Strangeness continues with our penultimate episode of the season as we welcome true crime and paranormal author and podcaster Jenny Ashford for a conversation about unsettling unsolved murders and infamous serial killers. Over the course of this riveting episode, she recounts the chilling tale of the ‘Horror of Room 1046,’ the bizarre story of Gunther Stoll, and […]Learn more. . .
BoA’s Summer of Strangeness continues as we welcome Adam Sayne and Serfiel Stevenson from the Conspirinormal podcast for a freewheeling conversation about their personal paranormal experiences, the origins of the odd Parthenon monument in Nashville, the Freemasons and what kind of secrets they may have possessed, secret societies, and the upcoming Strange Realities Conference being held online over the course […]Learn more. . .
BoA’s Summer of Strangeness continues as we welcome Fortean writer Allison Jornlin about the many realms of the paranormal that she has researched over the years. Specifically, we learn about her investigation into the purported ‘Chicago Mothman’ case and how her boots-on-the-ground examination of reports from the region showed a number of inconsistencies and questionable claims which make the entire […]Learn more. . .
BoA’s Summer of Strangeness continues as we welcome Garrett Kelly and Jeremy Puma, creators of the fantastic website Liminal.Earth, which is an interactive online map that collects and tracks witness accounts of paranormal experiences. We talk about how the idea came about and hear some of the truly strange stories they have collected so far including tales of phantom gas […]Learn more. . .