Immage by Heather Jane Metcalf La Llorona (the weeping woman) is a prominent folk legend among Chicano communities. She is described as a specter who cries and wails in the night, lamenting the loss of her children. She wears a filtering white dress and emits a strange translucent glow. She appears near likes, rivers, and … Continue reading Who Is La Llorona? Investigating a Cultural Haunting, By Jason S. Cordova
https://youtu.be/Gnj89lIYxhE Follow the link above for the full episode A special two-part episode with Folklorist and Cultural Adviser, Savannah Rivka as our guide on a whimsical journey through the legends of Japan. Hear tales of ghosts, phantoms, strange apparitions, spirits dolls, stigmatized properties, magic, mystery and more.
https://youtu.be/PQGdBm8Kx9o One is a match and the other is kerosene! Heather Jane Metcalf and Makenzi Oman represent the Salt Lake City team with a review of their most recent investigation, and a discussion about investigator training, energy experiments and what to do when your witness interview gets...out of hand. What is the scariest thing about … Continue reading Zero Budget Paranormal investigator Starter Kit: By Heather Jane Metcalf
https://youtu.be/WTl_GhQxCSs This episode features the exciting debut of our new theme song "Dead Bats on a Wire" by Savannah Rivka and Ashleigh Eve. Special guest co-host, Heather Jane Metcalf joins Jason as they discuss the mysterious case of "The Witches Grave" in Alamosa Colorado. The team also talks about the Crypto Science Society Special Ops … Continue reading The Witches Grave of Alamosa: By Jason Cordova and Heather Jane Metcalf
https://youtu.be/hP4grx2XY_Q Click here to for the full episode on YouTube. Original artwork by Estonian artist, OlevusArt.com On episode 4 of the podcast, Folklorist Savannah Rivka Powell takes us on a haunted history tour of Estonia. Hear tales of Estonian mythology, treasure-guarding spirits, werewolves, runic songs, magic, sauna rituals, epics, and folk legends as she discusses … Continue reading Legends and Folklore of Estonia, With Savannah Rivka
Click the image to hear the companion episode of the Cryptoscience Society Podcast. Logo by Jared Stanley. The Crypto Science Society journal began as a means to document the semester proceedings when the organization was founded as a student group at the Metropolitan State University of Denver. The journal is a compendium of research and … Continue reading The Official Blog of the Cryptoscience Society