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Skeptoid #769: The Vampire of Croglin Grange
Which came first: the publication of this famous vampire story, or its associated family tradition?
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Dyatlov Pass Update
My response to the popular new claimed solution to the Dyatlov Pass non-mystery.
Skeptoid #768: Inside the Mountain Meadows Massacre
Myths, conspiracies, and coverups cloak this 1857 massacre of American emigrants.
Things You Don't Need to Know podcast preview
A preview of the podcast "Things You Don't Need to Know" with Ari Cagan.
Skeptoid #767: The Year's Best of Skeptoid
My personal favorite Skeptoid episodes from each and every year of its production.
History That Doesn't Suck podcast preview
A preview of History That Doesn't Suck, the podcast that combines US history with storytelling.
Skeptoid #766: Illuminating Our Lady of Zeitoun
This Marian apparition from Egypt has some science fiction explanations and a sound one.
Skeptoid #765: Tartaria and the Mud Flood
Some claim that all of world history is a coverup for the mighty ancient nation of Tartaria.
Skeptoid #764: Learning Styles, Re-examined
Most teachers believe that students have different learning styles and curricula can be tailored to it. Not so much.
Skeptoid #763: Elvis Sightings and You
People keep thinking Elvis is still alive — and here's why that matters to you.
I Know Dino podcast preview
A preview of I Know Dino, the big dinosaur podcast!
Skeptoid #762: On the Trail of the Yowie
Australia's version of Bigfoot may — or may not — have its origin in Aboriginal mythology.
Skeptoid #761: Havana Syndrome, Microwaves, and Hearing RF
The lone exception to the science fact that radio cannot hurt you.
Skeptoid #760: The 1994 Ruwa Zimbabwe Alien Encounter
This popular tale claims 62 African schoolchildren were contacted by an extraterrestrial.
Skeptoid #759: Percy Schmeiser vs Monsanto
The most famous case in the history of Monsanto vs. small farmers might not be what you think.
Skeptoid #758: Finding the USS Cyclops
This most famous ship disappearance from the Bermuda Triangle probably had nothing to do with it.
Skeptoid #757: The Montauk Project
Some believe the government opened up time portals underneath Long Island, New York.
Skeptoid #756: The Death Ship SS Ourang Medan
This ship was said to be discovered with all its crew dead under unexplainable circumstances.
Skeptoid #755: Examining Gulf War Illness
Some researchers believe there is no such thing as Gulf War Illness, and the rest have more questions than answers.
Skeptoid #754: About That Life on Mars...
Good scientists can get the wrong idea, but they don't need to make it worse by announcing bad science.
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