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The Cephalopodcast
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The Cephalopodcast is a podcast hosted by the Giant Squidstravaganza, a giant squid trying to make his way in a difficult world full of humans and pollution. Written and produced by Paul and Joe DeGeorge.
 
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Superduperstitious
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A podcast about the paranormal, the credibility of the creepy, and the science of the spooky. Superduperstitious is a podcast that looks at the mysterious world of the paranormal and says, "Wait. What?" Hosts Wyatt Shell and Jake Withee use their science backgrounds to tease apart possible explanations for bizarre, supernatural, and otherwise strange phenomena.
 
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Science News and Qs, a Carnegie Science Center Podcast. Hosts Charissa Sedor and Ralph Crewe talk about science headlines, delve deeper into cool science topics and answer listener submitted science questions with a fun, Carnegie Science Center style. Submit science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org, or call in to 412-237-3327.
 
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We’re entering parallel universes and hidden worlds galore on this week’s episode of Superduperstitious! But probably not. But maybe! First we hear from Jake, with the story of a bizarre encounter in a Japanese airport in the 1950s. Flying was so much less strict back then: you didn’t have to take your shoes off when you went through security, ...…
 
What better way to end the year than with the conclusion of this Superduperstitious Special Report? There are better options? Never mind, just listen to the damned podcast. Jake and Wyatt recap paranormal investigations and then lay down the sciencey law (not to mention define what a “law” actually is in science). Learn more than you ever wante ...…
 
Halfway to a hundred eps, and it’s time for the boys to bite the hand that feeds them with another two-part deep dive! Specifically, it’s a look at the pseudoscience behind everything this show is about. It’ll be fun! Wyatt kicks off Part I with some cryptozoology goodness. Whether it's reputable publications gleefully fanning the flames of bel ...…
 
If we know one thing at Superduperstitious, it’s that animals are weird. They act weird, sometimes they look weird, and frequently they sound weird. So imagine how weird CRYPTIDS must sound! Or just listen to this episode, because that’s what it’s about. But first, it’s another update on that pesky Midwestern bat thing, the Phantom of the Chica ...…
 
Buhl Planetarium and Digital Media Manager at Carnegie Science Center Mike Hennessy guest-hosts with some spectacular special guests including a real life astronaut! Jonathan Volk Commercial Innovation Manager CASIS: Center for the Advancement of Science in Space Anthony Vareha Flight Director, International Space Station NASA Mission Control J ...…
 
You asked for lost cities, so we give you… towns! That’s right: this week on Superduperstitious, it’s all about vanishing villages and missing municipalities. Wyatt leads with a Pennsylvania town that is actively disappearing to this very day. No matter how festive you’re feeling, maybe just don’t set that much stuff on fire, yeah? Also catch W ...…
 
The lights are all out. Your candy is within reach. You’ve got your flashlight, and you’re tucked inside your freshly secreted tent. You’re ready for some spooky stories from the Superduperstitious Halloween special! You want stories about nighttime bedroom visits? We got that! You want cursed casino games? We got that! You want even more creep ...…
 
This episode has something for everybody, as long as you like the chilling science of blood! We keep science spooky in our second Halloween special. As always, send science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or record a question at 412-237-3327 and your question might end up on the next episode. Hosted by Charissa Sedor and Ralph Crewe ...…
 
For October’s final guest, Superduperstitious is visited by SARA JONES, host of the podcast Laughing in the Dark! Sara shares some strange experiences had on her own show, plus a pair of eerie stories from her childhood (did you know that she can sense boobs?). Sara and Wyatt also set aside some time to shit on Jake for calling a piece of ghost ...…
 
While Charissa battles some kind of pharyngitis, the show goes to the dogs with special guest-host Lamont Craven, adult programs manager at Carnegie Science Center! As always, send science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or record a question at 412-237-3327 and your question might end up on the next episode. Hosted by Charissa Sedor ...…
 
The October Interview Spectacular™®© is still going strong on Superduperstitious, and this time, it hits a little closer to home! But also it was an hour drive to do it? But yeah. It’s good. Guest KAYLA GODDU carries the episode today with a chronology of ghostly occurrences in her house growing up, which was also Jake’s house growing up, becau ...…
 
October continues, and so do the guests! This week, author, historian, folklorist, tour guide, and all-around cool person ROXIE ZWICKER joins the show to recount hauntings around Portsmouth, NH. That, and a story about a cow that will change your life forever. Wyatt then chimes in with his own dark tale of the Seacoast region, the Smuttynose mu ...…
 
October on Superduperstitious can mean only one thing: desperately trying to create Halloween content that stands out from the rest of the year! The solution? A whole month’s worth of special guests, with their own spooky tales to tell! Up first is dear friend of the show LINDSAY, who has four ghostly encounters to share. Shadow men? Spectral w ...…
 
This may be our most brilliant episode yet. Hopping rovers, prehistoric hashtags and a whole lot of bioluminescence light up your ears with this SNaQ! As always, send science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or record a question at 412-237-3327 and your question might end up on the next episode. Hosted by Charissa Sedor and Ralph Cre ...…
 
It's another one about urban legends. What more do you need to know? If you want another whole elaborate, silly teaser thing, I'll write it, but like, you could just be listening already, you know? Fine. This week, Wyatt digs into the several-centuries-long mystery of Canada's Nova Scotia's Oak Island's Money Pit, also just called "The Oak Isla ...…
 
We're downright starving for science in this episode! Special thanks to the River's Edge. As always, send science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or record a question at 412-237-3327 and your question might end up on the next episode. Hosted by Charissa Sedor and Ralph Crewe Original Music by Kyle Simpson and Al Snyder A Carnegie Sc ...…
 
The boys have finally gone out and done something interesting! Or at least, kind of interesting. Either way, they're sure gonna share it with you! But not before a long awaited update on those creepy bat monsters in the Chicago area — Jake walks us through Lon's overarching theory, and why that theory is so phantom-shit crazy as to ALMOST make ...…
 
We sure do fall for some goofy stuff, don't we? I wonder if there's, like, a reason why or something? Well hottest dog, wouldn't ya know it, the boys have some answers for us! After a recap of last week's spooky pants and conspiracy balloons, Wyatt and Jake dive right into the psychological and neurological explanations for why exactly the h*ck ...…
 
Charissa returns from France and launches right into the sun! Also guest appearances by the speed of death, bird-herding robots, and your belly buddies! As always, send science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or record a question at 412-237-3327 and your question might end up on the next episode. Hosted by Charissa Sedor and Ralph C ...…
 
Here at Superduperstitious, it's our goal to separate fact from stupid ol' poopy dumb stuff, but it's not always so simple. Sometimes phenomena can be all but completely debunked, and folk'll still cling to beliefs no matter how much evidence there is against them. To that end, it's time for another Superduperstitious Special Report! In the fir ...…
 
This episode will be music to your science-hungry ears! Helen Arney of the Festival of the Spoken Nerd guest co-hosts as we explore Martian lakes, Jovian moons, very old bread and more! festivalofthespokennerd.com/ As always, send science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or record a question at 412-237-3327 and your question might en ...…
 
It's gross bug week on Superduperstitious, because why the hell not? Both Jake and Wyatt independently and accidentally land on stories involving giant, creepy, wormlike creatures, and by some additional coincidence, these creatures also happen to both be found in the general vicinity of eastern Asia. First up is Jake with a deadly worm in the ...…
 
Superduperstitious is splashing into summer with some sea-inspired stories! Or at least, that was the plan. Wyatt starts us off, covering a just kind of vaguely water-adjacent topic: a series of monsters in Australia that may all be one and the same, and not just in the "sticking them all together into one mess of an animal" way that some of th ...…
 
Join Ralph and special guest host Robert Mangino (sitting in for Charissa while she's in France)of the KDKA Radio Afternoon News as we explore some spectacular science headlines from exoplanets to armadillos. This episode features a special interview with UK TV science educator and YouTube star Steve Mould! As always, send science questions to ...…
 
This week, it's an adventure into the woods for some ridiculous rigatoni! Jake leads Wyatt through the rambling yet flowery tale of "The Beast of the Land Between the Lakes and Specifically the Forest but in Kentucky", or whatever it's called. Never fear: a dozen or so coroners are here! Wyatt then follows up with a much more sober series of ac ...…
 
It would be a rare day indeed that Superduperstitious would fail to pay lip service to some ancient reptilian friends. Luckily, one such creature made it even easier by paying a visit of its own, in this case to the town of Van Meter, Iowa. Wyatt's got it covered, with a complete account of those strange few nights back at the turn of the centu ...…
 
A quick bite as Ralph talks to the phenomenal artist, Nathan Sawaya, the mind behind, the Art of the Brick! This world-famous exhibition is the first experience in the new PPG Science Pavilion at Carnegie Science Center. As always, send science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or record a question at 412-237-3327 and your question mi ...…
 
29 more episodes deep since their first sound adventure and Wyatt and Jake are again reminded that podcasts are in fact an audio-based medium. In that case, it's time for some more auditory strangeness! Jake opens with talk of a persistent, mysterious rumbling heard all around the world — though only by 2% or so of the population. What is the s ...…
 
Probe the depths of space as we explore the planets! As always, send science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or record a question at 412-237-3327 and your question might end up on the next episode. Hosted by Charissa Sedor and Ralph Crewe Original Music by Kyle Simpson and Al Snyder Excerpts of Gustav Holst's 'The Planets' performed ...…
 
Without a specific theme to this week's episode, ANYTHING can happen! But really just two things happen. Wyatt hits us with an abduction experience that he initially thought would be a Springheeled Jack encounter (Jack was of course too busy eating Scully Joes with the Devil to bother these specific fishermen in Mississippi). Don't believe the ...…
 
We've been gearing up to open 'The Art of the Brick' at Carnegie Science Center! In the meantime, enjoy a quick bite of Mars science. www.carnegiesciencecenter.org As always, send science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or record a question at 412-237-3327 and your question might end up on the next episode. Hosted by Charissa Sedor ...…
 
Would it really be an episode of Superduperstitious without some monsters? Perhaps. But it wouldn't be THIS episode. That's because this episode is full of chlorophyllic creepers and a whole dang family of Sasquatches! Out of the gates, Jake recounts a history of sightings involving a mysterious mossy individual in Florida. An ancient elemental ...…
 
It's high time Superduperstitious took another look skyward, so this week's episode once again handles those interplanetary interlopers, extraterrestrials! Wyatt's up first, with the truly astonishing account of a visit to a Russian park that 40 or so locals would never forget. From documentaries full of comically overacted accents to some sile ...…
 
We celebrate the 100th birthday of science superstar Richard Feynman! Also, we are consumed by volcanoes. As always, send science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or record a question at 412-237-3327 and your question might end up on the next episode. Hosted by Charissa Sedor and Ralph Crewe Music by Kyle Simpson and Al Snyder A Carn ...…
 
The world sure does seem to have a lot of haunted places in it, huh? Like, at least several. And not all of them are even houses or abandoned prisons! This week, the boys look at two such creepy locales. First, however, Jake dives into an extra-long and extra-horror-movie-ish update on the Phantom of the Chicago, which has made its way to Wisco ...…
 
For us humans, it stands to reason that oodles of spooky stories focus on beings that are MOSTLY human, but not quite enough for comfort. It's certainly the case on this week's episode! Wyatt first tries his hand at a Crawler update, and it's as creepy as should be expected for those pale, lanky bastards. Then in his main story, Wyatt covers en ...…
 
From ESA's Gaia star map to giant sloths and beyond! This episode features YouTube math sensation Grant Sanderson of 3 Blue 1 Brown. Check out his awesome channel! As always, send science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or record a question at 412-237-3327 and your question might end up on the next episode. Hosted by Charissa Sedor ...…
 
Somehow it took 28 episodes to finally get around to covering lake monsters, but here we are! And don't you worry: this one's got more logs and waves and misidentified loons than you can shake a moose at. Jake starts off with a famous serpentine creature from a British Columbia lake, and while he may not be so convinced of its supernatural orig ...…
 
It's a health-conscious week as the boys embark on a superstition-fueled journey into New England's past. After an apropos Springheeled Jack update in Cape Cod, Wyatt retells the listener-suggested story of a vampirism scare during the 19th century. However, these vampires just make you cough and die. And are also already dead? And not real. Ja ...…
 
We start out with news about fluorescent puffin bills and magnetic sea turtles, then we dive into an awesome interview with special guest Grady Hillhouse from the sensational YouTube channel Practical Engineering. We wrap up tackling some out-of-this-world questions. As always, send science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or record ...…
 
This week, it's all about them artifact facts! The mysterious relics in question have some pretty far out stories behind them, and the boys are determined to dig in deep. First up, Jake tells the tale of a crystal cranium thought to be sacred to the Mayans, or maybe not. Part of a supposed set of thirteen skulls scattered across the globe, coul ...…
 
Has it really been a whole year? No? Well the boys have an anniversary of sorts to celebrate nonetheless, and they do it with a return to some spooky favorites! Wyatt takes us down Sasquatch Lane with some convincing accounts of Florida's Myakka skunk ape. Now you, too, can learn it's snappy catchphrase! Jake then finally cuts to the chase with ...…
 
BONUS CONTENT ALERT! Check out a clip of the 'sonification' of a coronal mass ejection. This bite features Anna Voelker from our previous episode, along with data from the tremendous astronomer Dr. Wanda Merced. As always, send science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or record a question at 412-237-3327 and your question might end u ...…
 
The legends are true! Specifically the ones about there being a new episode of Superduperstitious. After checking in again on the British Invasion (the Spring Heeled Jack one, that is), the boys examine some longstanding, almost elemental legends from different parts of the world. First, Jake describes the mysterious Dark Watchers who lurk on r ...…
 
After covering headlines from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to the Trappist 1 system and beyond, we spend some time with the astronomically talented Anna Voelker. Anna blows our minds with space weather forecasting, 3-d printed tactile galaxies and more! As always, send science questions to SNaQ@carnegiesciencecenter.org or record a question ...…
 
Well if it isn't another new episode! This week, Wyatt jumps on that opening-update-segment-train with some ghastly tales of Spring Heeled Jack's move to America, where he gets into some very specific routines. Wyatt then segues into a series of sightings involving a weird little monstermajig that is equally at home in the Massachusetts and Ont ...…
 
Phantoms abound in this fright-filled episode! After a correction to last week's story that makes it somehow even more upsetting to the boys, Jake discusses a bandage-covered spook that haunts a lonely Oregon road. Whether it's attacking cars while young couples are tryna smash, or crabwalking in and out of your kitchen at night, you're gonna h ...…
 
We take a moment to remember the great scientist Stephen Hawking.
 
We've dedicated this episode to just a few of the amazing women that have impacted science throughout history, from Hypatia, to Annie Jump Cannon, Sally Ride and beyond! Also, we live-recorded this episode's questions at Southern Tier Brewing just down the street from the Science Center. Stay hungry for science! As always, send science question ...…
 
It's another week, and the boys' fascination with the not-quite-human never ceases! First up, Wyatt describes the legend of a monster terrorizing Maryland, the sounds that a man-goat might make, and the angst inherent in being a human. He also expresses his deep passion for classic science fiction and fantasy. Next, Jake gets back on his shit a ...…
 
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