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An excessively explicit, comedy driven, cryptozoological themed podcast. Hosted by two lifelong friends, who are fascinated by cryptozoology, the paranormal, and everything weird.
 
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S2 E18: The Beast of Busco This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss CC merch, our own strange shared experience, and a tremendous turtle that transformed a town. In the late 1940's a large turtle was spotted in a small "lake" in Indiana. The turtle, later named Oscar, resembled an alligator snapping turtle, which had no business being there, ...…
 
S2 E17: Cryptid Games: Two Truths & a Lie This time, on Counting Cryptids: Our hosts go head to head, testing their cryptozoological knowledge in the first ever Cryptid Games™. Connor will kick things off with a thick splash by describing three cryptids, two of which are "real" cryptids, the other is entirely fabricated from the inner machinati ...…
 
S2 E16: Insectoids This time, on Counting Cryptids: We wrap up our extraterrestrial stint with the creepy-crawlies of the cosmos, Insectoids. As the name would suggest, these beings resemble earthly insects with humanoid features, most commonly portrayed as a 7-foot tall praying mantis. From being the subject of the finest of art, to setting of ...…
 
S2 E15: Reptilians This time, on Counting Cryptids: We continue to spit a bunch of shit about aliens. This time, the reptilians. Tall, scaly, and smelly, these entities are malicious, power hungry, and will stop at nothing to manipulate the human race into doing their bidding. Popularized by celebrity conspiracy theorist David Icke in the 90's, ...…
 
S2 E14: Pleiadians This time, on Counting Cryptids: We continue along the extraterrestrial train, stopping in the Pleiades star cluster, to discuss the Pleiadians. These beings are said to be nearly identical to humans, with the main differences being that they are significantly more attractive, and a little bit taller. Typically being describe ...…
 
S2 E13: The Greys This time, on Counting Cryptids: We continue to loosen the definition of the word "cryptid" as we discuss the archetypal extraterrestrials affectionately known as The Greys. The Greys are a race of short-statured extraterrestrial beings with large eyes and bulbous heads who are, you guessed it, grey in color. Encounters with t ...…
 
S2 E12: Area 51 This time, on Counting Cryptids: We take a step back from cryptids and explore another mysterious topic, Area 51. Recently a Facebook event was created, detailing "We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Lets see them al ...…
 
S2 E11: Giants This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss old shit, the Most American Cryptid, and the unearthing of massive skeletons. For as long as humans have been alive, they have been digging up old shit, and sometimes that old shit, is just dead shit. And sometime that dead shit, is a grave yard of giants. Long walk for short drink of w ...…
 
S2 E10: Ogopogo This time, on Counting Cryptids: We dive deep into Lake Okanagan to find Canada's most popular lake monster, the Ogopogo. While there have been many reports, photos and videos of the alleged beast, no one is sure what is under the large lake in British Columbia, Canada. Dating back to the Native tribes of the area, the Ogopogo, ...…
 
S2 E9: Dover Demon This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss why animals eyes glow, more alien shit, and a strange series of sightings that occurred over a 24-hour period in Dover, Massachusetts in 1977. That's right, the Dover Demon. Standing at roughly 4 feet tall, this glowing-eyed, watermelon-headed, wet sandpaper-y, monstrosity has left ...…
 
S2 E8: J'ba Fofi This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss what is, without a doubt, the creepiest cryptid ever, J'ba Fofi. Commonly refereed to as the Congolese giant spider, this absolute horror is basically just a five to six foot tarantula, with massive fangs, and a deadly bite. It is said to be very fast, spin massive webs, and known to ...…
 
S2 E7: Atmospheric Beasts This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss, UFOs, clouds, and the infamous Atmospheric Beasts. For the uninitiated, Atmospheric Beasts is a term used to describe giant, amoeba shaped, creatures that live in, you guessed it, the atmosphere. Basically flying jellyfish. It is suggested that these, mostly invisible, beast ...…
 
S2 E6: Flatwoods Monster This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss, owls in relation to strange encounters, Project Blue Beam, and one of the most unbelievable beings to date, The Flatwoods Monster. The Flatwoods Monster, also known as the Green Monster☺, was spotted in West Virginia, amidst a UFO flap in 1952. Witnesses watched as a strange ...…
 
S2 E5: Organism 46-b This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss secret alien bases, movie plots, and what could be the most horrific "discovery" ever, Organism 46-b. The story of 46-b, better known as the Vostok Monster, was born from an actual scientific expedition, in which researches drilled into the ice in Antarctica for decades to access ...…
 
S2 E4: Montauk Monster This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss crazy dreams, dead raccoons, and conspiracy theories, as we attempt to unpack the story of the Montauk Monster. In the summer of 2008, just outside of Montauk, New York, a creature washed ashore resembling a raccoon, or a pig, or a turtle, or a dog, or an alien, depending on who ...…
 
S2 E3: Wampus Beast This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss our thoughts on therianthropy, how little we (personally) know about native wildlife, and a half-woman, half-cougar, hybrid known as the Wampus Beast. The Wampus Beast, or Wampus Cat, is, by some accounts, an 800 pound cat patrolling the Appalachian mountains, searching for a campf ...…
 
S2 E2: Thylacine This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss the reintroduction of extinct species, strangers marital problems, and what is arguably the most bad ass looking creatures to have gone extinct in the last century, the thylacine. The thylacine, better known as the Tasmanian Tiger, was officially declared extinct in 1936 when the last ...…
 
S2 E1: Boo Hag This time, on Counting Cryptids: We kick off the second season with some new tunes, Jacob's plumbing adventures, and a listener suggested topic; the Boo Hag. A Southern take on the standard hag recipe: a dash of soul sucking, a pinch of skin stealing, a hint of women's suffrage, and a whole lot of riding. Jokes aside, if a Boo Ha ...…
 
Season 1 Tournament Results This time, on Counting Cryptids: We bring you the results of the season 1 tournament! Also we drink gross shit. AKA Desperate for content Links: Gobblesquatch.com Season 1 Winner: Black Shuck Shout out to Lukas for correctly predicting the winner!! Social:Be sure to follow us on social media to answer this week's pol ...…
 
Contender #25 - Santa Claus This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss a figure so fantastic, it has taken over an entire season (winter. Not like a season of the show). The man with the northern most pole. The Crimson Crusader himself. Santa Claus! Jolly, old, Saint Nick began his good deeds in the 4th century, helping those in need, often fi ...…
 
NOT A REAL EPISODE - Tournament Talk This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss the tournament bracket taking place between seasons of the show. AKA Asuh dudes Links: Link to Bracket, Gobblesquatch.com Contenders (top to bottom): KrakenMegalodonWendigoMongolian Death WormSnallygasterBlackShuckMichigan DogmanSlender ManMothmanShadow PeopleVan M ...…
 
Contender #24 - Krampus This time, on Counting Cryptids: We start our Holiday mini series, with the crack of a whip (well.. a stick, but that isn't a saying). Our first "Christmas Cryptid" is a half-goat, half-demon, creature, known as Krampus. Krampus serves as, basically the inverse of Santa: visiting, and punishing all of the bad children, e ...…
 
Contender #23 - Gobblesquatch & Friends This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss the most creative cryptid since the Jackalope; the mighty Gobblesquatch. This hunter-killer of a bird has mastered not only the art of eating a man whole, but of flight, and of ventriloquism (and making those who eat it incredibly sleepy, post mastication). Sill ...…
 
Contender #22 - Mongolian Death Worm This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss a creature so seldom witnessed, that it may as well be this very podcast; the Mongolian Death Worm. The MDW, squirms under the sands of the Gobi Desert, tearing through its victims with razor sharp teeth, corrosive saliva, and poison skin. And if that wasn't enough ...…
 
Contender #21 - Slender Man This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss the freshest fiend we could find, the Slender Man. In 2009 an image was created that seemed to haunt people to the point of physical manifestation. Individuals began to become obsessed with this entity, many unsure of its origins, or if it was even real. Then, in 2012, two ...…
 
Contender #20 - Shadow People (Sorta) This time, on Counting Cryptids: We manage to slur our way through an episode while hardly mentioning the topic, Shadow People. All over the world people are seeing shadows of... well, people. These beings typically take the form of a silhouette of a human, but only the silhouette. No face, just a shape (an ...…
 
Contender # 19 - The Van Meter Visitor This time, on Counting Cryptids: We pander to, yet another, festival audience as we cover our first local crypid, the Van Meter Visitor. For one chilling week in 1903, a tall, humanoid creature with large, bat-like wings, and a single horn atop its head (which emits a brilliant light), terrorized this smal ...…
 
Contender # 18 - The Mothman or w/e This time, on Counting Cryptids: We struggle to stay on topic, as we come face to face with the glowing red eyes of mystery. For nearly a century, this winged creature has been spotted in the moments leading up to tragedy, leaving people as curious as they are cautious. Collapsing bridges, mine cave-ins, and ...…
 
Contender # 17 - Giant Bats / Ahool This time, on Counting Cryptids: We wrestle with the idea that all around the world people are witnessing massive bats... with the face of a gorilla. Indonesia, Portugal, Africa, and the Americas all have their own names and variations of these creatures, with some more likely than others. Are they winged, ro ...…
 
Contender # 16 - Pterosaurs This time, on Counting Cryptids: We take to the skies, as we discuss modern day sightings of another prehistoric creature, the Pterosaur. From the Americas, to Papua New Guinea, and even Africa people are spotting massive flying creatures with bat like wings that... sometimes glow? With as many likely explanations as ...…
 
Contender # 15 - Snallygaster This time, on Counting Cryptids: We tackle yet another listener requested episode, the Snallygaster. The Snallygaster, is a fearsome, dragon like creature, said to be half-reptile, half-bird, with razor sharp teeth, and occasionally octopus tentacles? This creature is said to fly silently through the night, carryin ...…
 
Contender # 14 - Tatzelwurm This time, on Counting Cryptids: We tackle another listener requested episode, the Tatzelwurm. The Tatzelwurm, or Stollenwurm, is an aggressive, serpent like creature, with the head of a cat, which stalks European Mountains. This slimy creature is highly venomous, and can jump great distances in a single leap. If you ...…
 
Contender # 13 - Jackalope This time, on Counting Cryptids: We talk about some shit. Does anybody read this anyway? AKA: Cute little bunny with an antelope horn Links: Main Image Wolpertinger Shope Papilloma Virus *Trigger Warning* Dik-dik Darius the girant rabbit The Jackalope Song (Cute Little Bunny With Antlers) The Hop of the Jackalope! Son ...…
 
This time, on Counting Cryptids: We visit the lovely country side of East Anglia to bring you a badass canine from HELL! Said to have rampaged through 2 churches and still haunts kids and adults for centuries. The Black Shuck goes by many names and slight varients in appearance but one thing remains, this hound is metal AF! And if you see one i ...…
 
Contender # 11 - Mokele-Mbembe This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss what is arguably the most sought after creature in existence, Mokele-Mbembe. This semiaquatic sauropod is said to exist throughout the Democratic republic of Congo, defending its territory from any creature who dare venture too close. With dozens of expeditions spanning ...…
 
Contender # 10 - Emela-Ntouka This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss, what could be, one of our most compelling creatures yet, Emela-Ntouka. This semiaquatic ceratopsian is said to exist throughout the Democratic republic of Congo, defending its territory from any creature who dare venture too close. Regional name variants, and statues of ...…
 
Contender # 9 - Bunyip This time, on Counting Cryptids: We discuss the Bunyip. Straight out of Aboriginal Australia, the Bunyip is a smorgasbord of strange. Reports of fur and feathers, fins and claws, a beard and a duck bill (and if that wasn't strange enough, a single massive eye, and a stomach-mouth). While descriptions of the Bunyip seem to ...…
 
Contender # 8 - Brosno Dragon This time, on Counting Cryptids: We attempt to come to terms with "The Russian Loch Ness Monster". Legends of this creature stretch from modernity, back to the age of the Vikings. Peaking our interest with strange reports of ships, and even a plane, being swallowed whole, we needed to know if there was something mo ...…
 
Contender # 7 - Mermaids This time, on Counting Cryptids: Connor goes off into the deep end as we discuss one of the most surprisingly dense topics we've yet to look into, Mermaids. From our earliest introduction to these creatures as sweet, singing gingers, to modern footage of seemingly malevolent monsters there may actually be more here than ...…
 
Contender # 6 - The Kraken This time, we talk about one of the most iconic creatures in all of folklore, the Kraken. From ancient manuscripts, to modern day satellite photography, humanity has been trying to warn generations to come of this behemoth beneath the waves. With documentation of this massive creature flooding the pages of fictional a ...…
 
Contender # 5 - Megalodon For centuries, a massive marine monster terrorized the ocean depths, devouring anything that crossed its path. But with thousands of years separating this beast from modernity, could the recent sighting be attributed to an absurdly large great white? Could a so called "extinct" shark be hiding in the depths waiting to ...…
 
Contender # 4 - Dobhar-chú For centuries, a mysterious creature has stalked the shallows of European coasts in pairs, hunting any unlucky soul to cross their path. With detailed accounts of sightings, human deaths, and even a Dobhar-chú grave, the water hound may be one of the most ferocious beasts we have yet to discuss (giving you yet another ...…
 
Contender # 3 - El Chupacabra One of the most commonly recognized cryptids, the Chupacabra, is best known for its debut attack in Puerto Rico in 1995, but has no shortage of attributed sightings.It seems the Chupacabra can be found all over the world. From South America, to Texas, Maine and even Japan, this notorious G.O.A.T...sucker knows no b ...…
 
Contender # 2 - The Michigan Dogman In a decolate area of nothern Michigan roams a fearson beast. Said to walk upright and have glowing blue eyes. Many tales of this creature have surfaced, warning others of its gnashing teeth. Fearsome as a bipedal canine may be, it seems that not everything is as it appears. Differing descriptions, mysterious ...…
 
Contender # 1 - The Wendigo The Wendigo: Fought by few, feared forever. From Native American myths, to modern day media, tales of the Wendigo have been chilling humanity for what seems like an eternity. Described as a large, gaunt, and icy creature said to be impossible to escape. This episode is not for the faint hearted. Native to the norther ...…
 
Coming to a podcatcher near you! Counting Cryptids is a brand new podcast that hunts for a different cryptid each episode. At the end of every episode you'll get a chance to vote on which cryptid comes out on top from the previous 2 episodes. It's going to be an exciting battle for cryptid supremecy and we hope you come along for the ride. Join ...…
 
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