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Welcome to the Cryptonaut Podcast hosted by Marc Storrs, Chris Carnicelli and Rob Morphy. Exploring everything from Aliens, Cryptozoology, Cryptids, Ghosts, Monsters, The Occult, Paranormal Phenomenon, UFOs, Ufology and Unsolved Mysteries .... all while keeping a close eye on our reptilian overlords that dwell in the flat, hallow, robot infested Earth. This is the Cryptonaut Podcast.
 
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In the 21st Century citizens of Butler County, Pennsylvania claimed to have encountered at least two truly bizarre winged monstrosities in their bucolic backyards; forcing some to wonder if these humanoid entities might be magical creatures of lore... or something infinitely more diabolical; a beast that multiple eyewitnesses claimed was “straight …
 
In the mid-80s a Nobel Prize winning chemist was visiting his remote cabin when he had a run-in with a glowing creature that would have been equally at home on the pages of a sci-fi novel or collection of fairy tales. This iridescent anomaly greeted him cordially and sent this already controversial character spiraling into a bizarre and terrifying …
 
Across the globe, cryptozoological-lore is infested with stories of amphibious entities that lurk in the murky fringes of our everyday world. Here are a few of the more intriguing creatures to add to this ever increasing list. Research by Cole Herrold New Kensington 'Green Thing': https://newworldexplorerssociety.blogspot.com/2021/10/new-kensington…
 
Teleportation in Latvia, a Backwards Jogger, The Blobby Thing and a possible Demonic Being in the back yard. The Cryptonaut Podcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/cryptonautpodcast The Cryptonaut Podcast Merch Store: Hellorspace.com Stay Connected with the Cryptonaut Podcast: Website - Twitter - Facebook - Instagram…
 
After being teleported from his hometown, 8th Grader Maris M. was taken on an intergalactic journey by a transforming robot and trio of 10-foot tall, alluringly attired aliens. But, as bizarre as his day had already been, he was about to be presented with shocking revelations regarding Earth’s Apocalyptic fate as well as information regarding an an…
 
In the early 1990s, what began as an ordinary day for a young Latvian student would swiftly transform into a hyper-kinetic journey that included teleportation, a shape-shifting robot, erotic alien egg-heads, esoteric animals and a whirlwind interplanetary tour that would result in one of the most captivating cases to nearly slip through the cracks …
 
Did you know a Canadian owns and operates New York City's best ghost tour company? Now you do, and on this week's episode Andrea Janes tells us how that came to be. Our conversation goes from the dark corners of NYC's history to Canadian Gothic to responsible ghost stories and so much more, ending with what I can only hope is the first salvo in the…
 
These abhorrent animalistic anomalies allegedly lurk on the shadow shrouded stretches of back country roads located at polar ends of Pennsylvania. Though these sightings were separated by nearly two years and some 180-miles, there is reason to believe that these crazy critters may have been cut from the same cryptozoological cloth. Research by Cole…
 
This week we return to the horror genre with Briana Morgan, author of "Mouth Full of Ashes", a story of teenage love and vampirism set against the backdrop of a fading seaside town. In addition to "Ashes" we talk about her short story anthology, "The Tricker-Treater and Other Stories", sleep paralysis, the annoying efficacy of TikTok, and so much m…
 
This hideous, grinning, toothy phantasm has haunted the forests of West Virginia for at least a quarter of a century; leaving those who encountered this razor-clawed, four-eyed monstrosity to wonder whether they’d seen a sinister specter, an alien instigator, a cantankerous cryptid or merely a diabolical denizen forged in the Lake of Fire. The Cryp…
 
This week, singer/songwriter Brian Kelly, who performs as Oceanography, joins me to talk about his fantastic new LP "Thirteen Songs About Driving Nowhere in Alphabetical Order" and along the way we manage to invent car-to-car food delivery then discuss the impermanence of place Buy your digital copy on Bandcamp: https://oceanography.bandcamp.com/ P…
 
In the early 1960s, a family moved into a modest house in Detroit, Michigan, never once suspecting that their new home was already occupied by an insidious entity that seemed hellbent on tormenting anyone who dared enter her room The Cryptonaut Podcast Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/cryptonautpodcast The Cryptonaut Podcast Merch Store:Hellorspace.…
 
One of the few things we can count in life is adversity, and possibly the greatest measure of our character is how we handle it when it finally comes. For Jaimie Sherling, author of "From Queens to Queens: How the Madison Drag Community Saved My Life", that adversity came in the form of an aggressive breast cancer diagnosis amid a rapidly crumbling…
 
Cryptozoological lore is littered with creatures that seem to defy classification, but even within this motley menagerie there exist critters so bizarre that they force us to shake our collective heads at their sheer strangeness and perplexing array of seemingly supernatural abilities that range from telekinesis and levitation to self-illumination …
 
This week I had the privilege of sitting down with Suraaj Parab and Sandeep Kulkarni to talk about their brand-new EP, "Wistful Thinking, Vol. 1". Suraaj is an award winning composer and multi-instrumentalist and Sandeep is a veteran singer, voice actor, and radio DJ with hundreds of credits to his name, and on this episode the conversation covers …
 
A single grainy photograph of a bizarre, gangly, quasi-humanoid figure is the only evidence that remains of one of Great Britain’s most notorious and controversial alien abduction cases. UFO Case Book: Photo Reference https://ufocasebook.com/ilkleymoor.html Anomalien: Photo Reference https://anomalien.com/the-ilkley-moor-alien/ ARandomShoppe:https:…
 
This week I'm joined by author Fonda Lee, whose upcoming novel "Jade Legacy" caps off her expansive adult fantasy trilogy "The Green Bone Saga." Inspired in part by martial arts and gangster films, "The Green Bone Saga" is a compulsively readable epic that I have become absolutely hooked on, and on this episode we talk about the work that went into…
 
In the hopes of unlocking repressed memories of a bizarre incident that occurred nearly a quarter of a century before, Rev. Harrison E. Bailey agreed to undergo hypnotic regression whereupon he opened a Pandora's Box of recollections involving missing time, alien abduction, bizarre insects, psychokinetic assault and a small army of shrieking frog-l…
 
Some people know what they want to do right away, others try their hands at many things, eventually returning to the one they love most; Boston-based musician Eliot Wilder falls firmly into the latter category. Performing as The Revenants, Wilder's albums have incorporated sounds as disparate as rock, country, bluegrass, dub, prog, even electronica…
 
In the late summer of 1951, an industrious Indiana steel worker braved the elements in a show of support for his favorite baseball team when he had a series of encounter with an inexplicable Oz-like whirlwind and a pair of tiny, green helmeted UFO occupants that would forever change the course of his life in what is one of the least discussed, yet …
 
This week I had the great fortune of sitting down with Steve Jenner, Ian Turner, and Ellis Turner from the hot new UK band Damn Good Liars. Their eponymous debut EP landed earlier this year and they've already twice been featured on the BBC Radio show "Introducing" and their first-ever live gig is fast approaching. The trio talk about how they came…
 
Halloween, more than any other time of the year, seems to usher in an inexplicable array of often terrifying and always extraordinary entities. Is this merely coincidence or are there unfathomable forces at work that not only fuel our fascination for the macabre, but unleash the dark denizens who strike fear in our collective hearts? 2021 Paranorma…
 
It's almost Halloween and so I've brought in an expert on scaring the hell out of you. On this episode, horror author Mike Thorn joins me to talk his latest short story anthology, the darkly powerful "Peel Back and See", out on October 29th from Journalstone Publishing. We also talk about horror on film, salvia trips, sleep paralysis, and a whole l…
 
In the early 1970s, a pair sharing a hotel room had a bizarre and terrifying encounter with a trio of inhuman entities, which some believe to be of diabolical origin and others insist are alien. The Cryptonaut Podcast Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/cryptonautpodcast The Cryptonaut Podcast Merch Store:Hellorspace.com Stay Connected with the Crypton…
 
Talking about men's health can be a difficult thing, even more so when the topic is testicular cancer, but Marc Semler and the AZ-based Blue Pint Society have been working hard to change that. Semler started BPS in 2014 and in the years since has raised thousands of dollars for the Testicular Cancer Awareness Foundation through events like Beer Sch…
 
For decades unsuspecting individuals—from experienced hunters to frolicking youths—claimed to have come face-to-hideous-face with what seems to be members of an unknown, cabal of ebony entities that are evidently lurking in the forests along the United State’s east coast. Here are two terrifying tales of just such encounters. The Cryptonaut Podcast…
 
On this episode, up-and-coming singer/songwriter Michael Labella joins me to talk about his latest EP, "What I Become", his experience as part of Brooklyn-based record label Leesta Vall's "Direct to Vinyl" live sessions, playing gigs during the pandemic, and much more. You can find Michael on Instagram abuy one of his albums on Bandcamp Want ad-fre…
 
2 for 1 Mystery Bag Monday! HOUSE OF THE FACELESS PEOPLE:In the swampy wilds outside a small New England town lurks a horrifying legend regarding an elderly caretaker and a group of humanoid entities whose most defining facial features are their utter lack of them. THE MOUNT WASHINGTON INCIDENT:After a professional mountaineer—who was sent to asses…
 
In his new science fiction thriller, "Dare to Know", author James Kennedy tells the story of a near-future where corporations can pinpoint the exact moment of your death and will sell the knowledge to you for a price. On this episode, James joins me to talk about the book, video game urban legends, the value of loneliness and so much more You can f…
 
Like Utah’s Skinwalker Ranch, Puerto Rico’s El Yunque National Forest is a seeming supernova of often alarming and always perplexing paranormal phenomena and in the early 1970s, a group of campers would have a series of increasingly terrifying encounters with a trio enigmatic entities and a pack of monsters that held them hostage in a nightlong sie…
 
When it comes to the synthwave genre, there are a few artists who are indivisible from their place of origin - the French have Carpenter Brut, the Americans have The Midnight, and here in Canada we have Moonrunner83, aka Chad Williamson. On this episode, Chad talks about his ridiculously Canadian school days (dog sleds, camping in the frigid cold),…
 
Whether they be found in L. Frank Baum's “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” or J. R. R. Tolkien's fantastical Middle-earth, the idea of sentient, mobile, tree-like beings have ignited imaginations across the globe, but what if entities like Marvel Comics eponymous “Groot” were not merely works of fiction but based on something ancient, alarming and all-…
 
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