BoA:Audio’s extended Spring Break comes to an end as we welcome tireless researcher Albert Rosales for a discussion on his extensive chronicling of humanoid encounter accounts.
Over the course of this exhaustive conversation, we’ll discuss the many various forms of humanoids that can be found in Albert’s work, including greys, giants, Nordics, Bigfoot, and aquatic creatures. Additionally, we’ll hear dark tales […]Learn more. . .
As happens with dreams, the emotions attached to this dream was what made the dream so intense. No aliens, no overt UFO Mother Ship craft, but the overall feeling was negative and disturbing. “Disturbing” is the one word that keeps popping up when remembering this dream:
I’m sitting on a bench outside the building where I work. It’s daytime, afternoon. Nice […]Learn more. . .
In a special Saturday night edition of BoA:Audio, Season 8 LIVE, Lobo Matias and Roejen Razorwire, hosts of the exceptionally eclectic esoteric podcast, Project Archivist, join the program to discuss a bouillabaisse of bizarre topics including Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, serial killers, H.P. Lovecraft, weird forgotten history, death rituals, real science which could be applied to the paranormal, the challenges […]Learn more. . .
BoA:Audio welcomes historian and writer Aaron Gulyas for a discussion on his book The Chaos Conundrum, a refreshing collection of essays that looks at a variety of paranormal genres from an observer’s perspective.
Over the course of this highly informal conversation, we delve into the emerging realm of archeo-acoustics as well as the promising future for cryptozoology and spend quite a […]Learn more. . .
Cryptozoologist extraordinaire Adam Davies makes his long overdue annual trek to the esoteric audio base camp that is BoA:Audio for an update on his pursuit of the elusive and dastardly Orang Pendek as well as his quests for the American Bigfoot, European sea creatures, China’s Yeren, Yeti of the Himalayas, and even the Mongolian Death Worm.
As is always the case […]Learn more. . .
Acclaimed investigative historian Gian Quasar returns to BoA:Audio for an in-depth discussion on his latest book, the outstanding Scarlet Autumn: The Crimes and Seasons of Jack the Ripper. Over the course of this comprehensive conversation, we’ll retrace the events of the Ripper slayings, looking specifically at the killer’s ‘canonical five’ victims,’ and learn about the clues from the crimes that […]Learn more. . .