Zero Budget Paranormal investigator Starter Kit: By Heather Jane Metcalf

What is the scariest thing about paranormal investigating? I'm sure plenty of scenarios come to mind when asked that question. However for me personally, it isn't the potential encounters with entities or even the possible dangers of venturing into condemned properties that sets me ill at ease. I find most problems of that nature can … Continue reading Zero Budget Paranormal investigator Starter Kit: By Heather Jane Metcalf

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The Witches Grave of Alamosa: By Jason Cordova and Heather Jane Metcalf

https://castbox.fm/episode/id2003366-id192171716?utm_source=podcaster&utm_medium=dlink&utm_campaign=e_192171716&utm_content=Dead%20Bats%20on%20a%20Wire-CastBox_FM Follow the link above to listen to Episode 11 of the Podcast "Dead Bats on a Wire" and hear our discussion featuring " The Witches Grave". Alamosa CO On a recent trip to Alamosa, CSS Special Operations Officer, (Folklorist and Cultural Adviser) Savy Rivka and I were warmly greeted by the locals. A number … Continue reading The Witches Grave of Alamosa: By Jason Cordova and Heather Jane Metcalf

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Legends and Folklore of Estonia, With Savy Rivka

Click on the image to hear the Cryptoscience Society Podcast. Original artwork by Estonian artist, OlevusArt.com Follow the link for the full episode; 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, … Continue reading Legends and Folklore of Estonia, With Savy Rivka

The Official Blog of the Cryptoscience Society

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