Paranormal adventurers Dana Matthews and Greg Newkirk join BoA:Audio to talk about their investigations into high strangeness as well as their traveling museum of odd curios.
Some specific areas of discussion include their ongoing and longstanding search for answers concerning the Kentucky goblins, aliens and alien abductions, and their seance project involving John Tenney.
Plus we’ll learn about their Traveling Museum of […]Learn more. . .
BoA:Audio says goodbye to 2015 with our annual Year in Review edition of the program with our longtime friend and host of the awesome podcast Radio Misterioso, Greg Bishop.
The incredibly loose conversation looks back at the Roswell Slides fiasco, the spate of odd Bigfoot videos, the changing public interest from ghosts to the occult, the emergence of ISIS as global […]Learn more. . .
It’s time, once again, for the paranormal yuletide tradition like no other as BoA:Audio proudly presents our 11th annual Holiday Special featuring Stanton Friedman.
This year’s festivities are almost entirely devoted to listener questions and cover a litany of topics. Over the course of this lengthy conversation, Stan responds to listener questions on topics which include disinformation, ETs as robots, Project […]Learn more. . .
Ho, Ho, Ho, my friends,
The 11th Annual BoA:Audio Holiday Special featuring Stanton Friedman is on the horizon and it’s time once again for our traditional “Ask Stanton Friedman” portion of the show.
So … I would like to turn the floor over to the members of BoA Nation who may have a question for the esteemed “Father of Modern Day Ufology” […]Learn more. . .
Now as much a part of the Thanksgiving holiday as hand-traced turkeys and Black Friday brawls, it’s our annual Ruxgiving celebration with our old friend Bruce Rux.
This year’s edition of Ruxgiving explores a realm of esoterica long-beloved by Bruce but rarely explored in-depth on the show: pirates!
In an effort to get Ruxgiving 2015 out to folks as soon as possible, […]Learn more. . .
BoA:Audio welcomes author Jeff Mudgett for a discussion on his great, great grandfather, Herman Webster Mudgett, who is more infamously known in the annals of crime history as H.H. Holmes, the notorious serial killer who took the lives of countless victims in the late 1800′s and horrified America with his twisted murders.
Additionally, he details his remarkable book Bloodstains, which adds […]Learn more. . .