Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Repeat File - Nazi UFOs (James Adomian)

A bomb has gone off near the bunker... Will Eric and Ben survive? In the meantime, let's listen to a classic episode. It's Case File #7643 - Nazi UFOs. On this episode Jesse Ventura (James Adomian) sits in with Eric to discuss Nazi Germany's experimental UFO division. Could they have made functional flying saucers during World War 2? What is within the Hollow Earth? And once Antarctica thaws out from global warming, will they have beautiful new cities for us to live in? All of this and more!

Music: Matt McNeely - Blame It On Outer Space



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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Open Lines: Civil War Ghosts, YouTube, Scary Stuff

The red telephone appears before only those who are worthy. Sometimes it's Art Bell. Sometimes it's George Noory. And every once and a while it's Eric and Ben taking your calls straight to the air. That's right, the listeners call in and we go over paranormal issues and conspiracies they are personally grappling with. Hear the story of Civil War ghosts still haunting the hills of Tennessee. Hear the devastating truth of how YouTube is just a lead up to an Orwellian police state. Hear jokers hassle radio "professionals" on the air! To know when it rings again, follow the show on Twitter and like the Facebook page.

Music: Chris "Invisible Boy" Bierden of Poliça - BIOOS Theme



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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Case File #8972 - Scientology (Amy Raugust)

Eric and Ben welcome back returning champion Amy Raugust. Tonight on the show we dissect Scientology. What exactly is it and why is it so appealing? Then we discover Lord Xenu's galactic battles as well as L. Ron Hubbard's magick sex conquests! We find a lot of common ground with the Church's message and think anything said in here should be taken with a grain salt. Right? This is just a harmless podcast. I mean, don't kill me, okay? If I die, they did it. Plus the show welcomes a new monologue writer, Mort Gershwin! We also totally did an episode on The Holy Bible already, so this isn't singling anything out. Okay?

Music: Chris "Invisible Boy" Bierden of Poliça - BIOOS Theme



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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Field Report: Ghost Hunters

Eric and Ben head into the woods and go hunting ghosts. We give TAPS a run for their money as we perform EVP research with Kyle Levenick. Various ghost stories discussed. Don't miss this first Field Report as we go outside the studio.

Music: Matt McNeely - Blame It On Outer Space



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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Case File #6739 - SantaCon (Kyle Levenick)

Eric and Ben end the year with a holiday show full of cheers and jeers... it's SantaCon! Our special guest Kyle Levenick stops by to run through this drunken bar crawl. Or is it actually a fast spreading virus that occurs every year around Christmas? Who is involved in this party driven conspiracy? It might be ripping off charities and destroying the minds of children it encounters. Could this be a fifth column for the Illuminati, Spectre, or is it apart of the dreaded War on Christmas? How is the elf on a shelf wrapped up in this? Listen and learn. Happy Holidays!

Music: Chris "Invisible Boy" Bierden of Poliça - BIOOS Theme



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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Case File #9104 - Slender Man (Rich McHale)

Eric gets Slendersick (aka “the sickness”). Ben gets creepy and they both welcome Rich McHale to the program to discuss Slender Man also known as Slenderman. What are the origins of this mysterious Internet figure and his creepypastas? Was it old German folklore regarding Der Ritter, Der Grossman, or was this all Victor Surge's doing? Something Awful, indeed, but not this episode despite “the sickness.” Including posts from Reddit and other terrifying tales. Also how would Christopher Walken pronounce Slender Man? We think it'd go a little something like this...

Music: Chris "Invisible Boy" Bierden of Poliça - BIOOS Theme

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Case File #1610 - William Shakespeare

Sir Patrick Stewart (Stephen Sajdak) joins Eric and Ben to discuss the theatre, his life experience, as well as William Shakespeare. Was the glover's son from Stratford a real person? If he didn't write the most immortal works in all of literature then who did? Perhaps, the 17th Earl of Oxford, Sir Francis Bacon, Christopher Marlowe, or perhaps even William Stanley the 6th Earl of Derby. Warning: This episode features some salty sailor talk but what else would you expect from a man who served in the Navy? I mean, Star Trek's Starfleet is pretty much the Navy, right?

Music: Chris "Invisible Boy" Bierden of Poliça - BIOOS Theme


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