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Stairway to Eleven

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Stairway to Eleven is a must-listen podcast for any fan of rock music. Each episode covers several rock albums, delving into their history, production, and impact on the genre. The hosts are knowledgeable and passionate about rock music, and their discussions are engaging and insightful. Whether you're a die-hard fan of classic rock or a newcomer to the genre, this podcast has something for everyone. Through their in-depth analysis, the hosts provide listeners with a newfound appreciation fo ...
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Marble Forest Podcast

Marble Forest Podcast

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Paranormal and mystery podcast based out of Michigan. Your hosts Jessi and Amber cover all sorts of topics including ghosts, cryptids, cults and anything else that we find unnerving. Don’t Tempt Fate! 💚💙 Find us anywhere you listen to podcasts.
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Welcome to the 11th episode of the Stairway to Eleven rock music podcast, where we venture into the vibrant sonic realms of three extraordinary albums: Devin Townsend Project's dynamic "Addicted," Humble Pie's enduring classic "Smokin'," and The Tea Party's enigmatic gem "Splendor Solis." Join us on a voyage through these diverse yet equally enthra…
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In episode #10 of the Stairway to Eleven podcast, the hosts discuss another three iconic albums: "Red" by King Crimson, "Floodland" by The Sisters of Mercy, and "Electric" by The Cult. The episode touches upon the progressive rock brilliance of King Crimson's "Red," the gothic and atmospheric elements of The Sisters of Mercy's "Floodland," and the …
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In the latest pulse-pounding episode of Stairway to Eleven, our hosts take listeners on another journey through the realms of rock history. From Motley Crue's defiant rebellion in "Shout at the Devil" to Yes's heaviest rocking album at the time, "Drama," and the cosmic mysteries woven by Blue Oyster Cult in "Fire of Unknown Origin," each album is d…
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In this episode of the Stairway to Eleven podcast, the hosts dive into the realms of instrumental virtuosity, progressive rock, and legendary anthems as they explore three seminal albums: Joe Satriani's "Surfing with the Alien," Porcupine Tree's "Stupid Dream," and Queen's "Innuendo." From Satriani's mind-bending guitar solos to Porcupine Tree's at…
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In the latest episode of the Stairway to Eleven rock music podcast, the discussion kicks off with a deep dive into Def Leppard's Pyromania, unpacking the album's groundbreaking blend of hard rock and pop sensibilities. The journey continues with Tears For Fears' critically acclaimed Songs from the Big Chair, examining its emotional depth and enduri…
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In Episode 6 of the Stairway to Eleven rock music podcast we delve into Van Halen's iconic "Fair Warning," exploring the raw energy and virtuosic guitar work that defined the band's sound. Genesis' "Foxtrot" is examined for its progressive rock brilliance, taking listeners on a musical odyssey through intricate compositions and storytelling. Lastly…
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In the fifth episode of the Stairway to Eleven podcast, listeners are treated to another captivating trek through the realm of classic and diverse rock music. First up is Jethro Tull's "Aqualung," a timeless classic known for its intricate blend of progressive rock and folk influences. The episode then takes a journey through the Scorpions' "Fly to…
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Welcome to the mesmerizing fourth episode of the Stairway to Eleven podcast! In this musical journey, we traverse the sonic tapestry woven by three iconic albums that have left their mark on the realms of alternative rock and progressive music. First up, we dissect Concrete Blonde's hauntingly evocative "Bloodletting" album, exploring its rich blen…
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In the third episode of the Stairway to Eleven podcast, we embark on an epic voyage through the hallowed halls of classic rock, immersing ourselves in the sonic brilliance of three iconic albums. First up, we uncover the hidden gems within Zebra's self-titled debut album, with its melodic hard rock magic. Next, we step into the psychedelic realm of…
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In the second episode of the Stairway to Eleven podcast, the hosts delve into the depths of three albums that have left an indelible mark on the music scene. They kick off the discussion with The Cure's haunting masterpiece, "Pornography," exploring the album's brooding atmosphere and Robert Smith's introspective lyrics. The conversation then takes…
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Introducing the electrifying new rock music podcast, "Stairway to Eleven"! Prepare to crank up the volume as George and John, two of the crew behind the Metalheads Podcast, team up with their trusty companion TR (aka The Metalheads Butler) to deliver a fresh dose of rock 'n' roll goodness straight to your ear holes. With their knowledge of the genr…
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Jessi starts our first stop on our Tennessee mansion tour. We talk about the Carnton Mansion. A house with dark history, a mustard yellow to die for and a an uneven number of pilars that Amber has a problem with. Really who puts 7 pillars in the front. Everyone knows ghsot respect symmetry and this house just doesnt have it. Then Amber takes us WAY…
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"Finally" Join us for the for the next episode where Jessi definitely had higher hopes of editing the podcast faster. Jessi gives a quick recap of our previous dive into Everest, before covering some of the deaths that occuered. Then we play everyones favorite game show Guess That Cryptid. Is it a bird? Is it a Sasquatch? Or is it just Hulk Hogan i…
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It's Episode 50! On our 50th episode we take a turn from hauntings to the darker and more morbid side of the Marble Forest Podcast. Jessi start part 1 of our 2 part dive covering the bodies on Mount Everest. This story may cause you to never want to climb Mount Everest, though Amber never did in the first place. Then Amber tells us about the legend…
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Welcome back to the Marble Forest Podcast. After an almost 3 year hiatus we are back and still here! So join us for Season 2 of the Podcast where Amber starts us off with some urban legends including the Baby Train, The man eating Hippo and the Bunny Man. Then, Jessi Takes us to the Memphis TN and tell us the story's behind the Orpheum Theatre.…
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Welcome to the Marble Forest, quarentine edition. Need a break from all the negativity? Join us this week when Amber tells more accounts from the Bridgewater Triangle. She tells us about UFO's, Phantom Dogs, and Billy's backwoods helicopter rides. Then Jessi takes us to Skagway Alaska to the Golden North Hotel. She tells us a tale of prospectors an…
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Ready to learn what you should have learned in history class? Jessi tells us all about the ghosts of the White House. Have you ever wondered which presidents still roam the halls? We discuss the strange sightings in the most famous building in the United States. We brainstorm our idea for a Marble Forest restaurant. Then Amber continues telling us …
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Ready for the second installment of the Marble Forest Romance novel? Amber tells us the story of the Redheaded Hitchhiker of Route 44. Was he really just a sexy lumberjack with a PSA about picking up hitchhikers? Come here the story that freaked out Jessi so much we had to buy curtains for the podcast studio! Then Jessi tells us the story of the Th…
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This week on the Marble Forest Podcast Jessi cover's our first story from Hawaii! Jessi tells us the story of the night marchers of Hawaii. She tells us about their laser vision and how to prevent losing your life to the night marchers. Then Amber takes us to West Virginia and tells us about the Flatwoods Monster. A 10 foot tall alien that may or m…
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Happy New Year! Join us for our first episode of 2020! Amber tells us the stories of two Haunted Objects. She first covers the story of the Basano Vase, a deadly gift that killed within months of owning it. After that we discuss the Tallman Family Bunkbeds. Were these bunkbeds haunted by a red eyed fire witch? Then join us in our car that is camofl…
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Join us for out first ever Christmas Episode. We start the episode with a Christmas fun fact, before Amber tells us all about the legend of Krampus. Does Krampus have a prosthetic hoof? What is he planning on doing with all those sticks? Then Jessi tells us two Christmas ghost stories. First we discuss the Headless horseman of Roos Hall. Then we mo…
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Join us for our Haunted Japan panel part 2! This week we tell the stories we didn't have time for at our amazing Youmacon 2019 panel. Plus Amber shares a story she did tell at the panel but wanted to tell again. We talk about the Onryo, Kuchisake-Onna, Kanashibari, the Curse Kleenex Commercial and Zashiki-Warashi. Can you divorce a ghost by cleansi…
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This week Jessi and Amber bring you a portion of their Youmacon 2019 Panel, Haunted Japan. This was recorded before the panel and before they spent 2 hours in the room practicing how to pronounce everything. This episode is focused on five Japanese legends. The Marble Forest tells the stories of the Kappa, Kokkuri-San, Teke Teke, Hanako-San and Aka…
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The Marble Forest is back, after a week hiatus! This week Jessi takes us to Council Bluffs, Iowa. We visit the Squirrel Cage Jail, one of the last of it's kind. This jail was meant for maximum security and minimal attention, or maybe it's just a lazy susan for prisoners. Was this jail the inspiration for tea cup? Which prisoner will be the next fas…
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This week Amber tells us the story of the Devil's Tower in Alpine New Jersey. Is this story just the sad version of the movie Tangled? We discuss the origins of the tower and the legends that surround it. Can you summon the devil when visiting the tower? Then Jessi tells us the story of the Hoia Baciu Forest in Romania. Jessi tells us about the The…
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This week we go back to shorter episodes while we prepare for our first panel at a convention. Jessi goes firsts and tells us about her trip to Seattle, where she toured the location of her story, The Seattle Underground. We get a fun history lesson of Seattle and find out why their toilets used to be 3 feet off the ground. Then Amber tells us the …
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