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This is Ghoul Talk, a ghost story podcast where we cover all things spooky—from the things that go bump in the night to the alarming persistence of the pink tax. Join us as we dissect modern culture and share some eerie tales. Because who doesn't love a good ghost story? Send ghost stories, topics, suggestions, and other comments to ghoultalkpod at gmail.com or leave us a voice message at https://anchor.fm/ghoul-talk/message.
 
The Wicked Library is a Parsec Award winning show featuring horror fiction stories from upcoming, new, independent and bestselling authors. Our Tales of terror are read by Host / Producer, Daniel Foytik and other popular voice actors and feature custom music to bring the stories to life. Each episode features the work of some of the best voices in independent horror fiction. Authors of all types have contributed stories, like Jessica McHugh, KB Goddard, C. Bryan Brown, Stephanie Wytovich, an ...
 
The Drive to Succeed Podcast is the most interesting, inspiring, and raw conversations from the world of entrepreneurship and personal development. We feature Successful Entrepreneurs, Startups Founders, Life Coaches, Business Influencers & Seasoned Professionals and through this interviews you will learned the lessons they've gleaned from their own failures; Practical steps on how to overcome real world problems related to running a business, and achieving your goals, living a life of fulfi ...
 
Ben Azadi, founder of Keto Kamp reveals everything you want to learn about intermittent fasting, the ketogenic diet, and cutting edge health tips and tricks so you can become the healthiest version of yourself. Discover how to cut through all the noise in the health and nutrition space so you can finally get the results you want, and keep them; whether its fat loss, more energy, better sleep, or focusing on general health and longevity. As a former obese man, Ben took his pain of being extre ...
 
Dan Harris is a fidgety, skeptical ABC News anchor who had a panic attack live on "Good Morning America," which led him to try something he always thought was ridiculous: meditation. He went on to write the bestselling book, "10% Happier." In this podcast, Dan explores happiness (whatever that means) from all angles. Guests include legendary meditation teachers -- from the Dalai Lama to Western masters -- as well as scientists, and even the odd celebrity. But the show also ventures beyond me ...
 
Your Creative Push is the daily podcast that pushes YOU to pursue your creative passion. Every week, Youngman Brown interviews artists, musicians, writers, photographers, graphic designers, and other inspirational creative individuals in an attempt to get them to inspire you to put aside your excuses and START DOING WORK. Each artist opens up to YOU, revealing the things that hold THEM back on a daily basis, and how they FIGHT THROUGH IT. They then give you one final push, in an attempt to m ...
 
Have you ever met someone and thought their job sounded cool? Perhaps you've wondered how you can get to a position that doesn't seem to match any of the qualifications you have at the moment. If so, this podcast is for you. Each week, we'll chat to someone about their journey to the job they have today. You'll discover if their education fits their career and how interests outside of work impact their careers. This is 'What do they do?' - a podcast about jobs and how people got them. Get bo ...
 
Fritz inherits a ghoulish haunted house from his late uncle, Felix. There's only one catch: he's got to stay a night in the creepy old mansion to own it. Calling over some friends to help Fritz work up the nerves to overnight it doesn't go so well, as each of his guests tell campfire-like stories complete with sound effects. If you like horror stories, scary facts, and spooky radio plays, this is your podcast!
 
Dropset Gorgeous Radio is a podcast created around delivering on three core principles: - Value - Knowledge - Inspiration to take action Based on health, fitness and personal development this podcast was created with the goal of connecting with listeners. Speaking to subscribers on wavelengths that motivate them to up-level and create positive changes within their own lives through hearing the inspirational stories and educational knowledge of others within the fitness community. Hosted by A ...
 
Garbled Twistory is a podcast that’s primary objective is to humanize history, through humorizing history. It re-tells history in a way that places special emphasis on the most unusual elements and indiscriminately injects F.U.N by the bucketload! The first season’s focus is US History: as told by all of its presidential elections and all of its presidential election candidates! There will be biographical episodes for every presidential candidate, episodes for every election, and episodes fo ...
 
Modernity and Absurdity with Christian Perez brings commentary and interviews on a range of issues including current events, world news, history, politics, culture with a whole lot of sarcasm. Christian Perez is an educator, podcaster, social/political communicator and curmudgeon. He like to smash walls of ignorance and he doesn't like the bad guys. Follow Christian on Twitter @PerezPodcast Send Christian an e-mail at PerezPodcast@gmail.com
 
A UK true crime podcast with a comedy twist. 30 somethings Lucy and Emma tell each other true crime stories, whilst injecting a little dark humour along the way. Nominated in the true crime category in the British Podcast Awards 2018. Lucy and Emma pride themselves on being well researched and telling you everything there is to know about the crime in question. So listen, enjoy, and remember, listening to S'laughter doesn't make you a psycho, killing people does.
 
I'm Megan Whitaker and I'm a Health Coach and Holistic Living Expert I left my job as a registered nurse in 2015 to empower and educate woman on their wellness journey. This podcast is all about the REAL Crunchy things I do and know inside and out. I want tell you what works, what doesn't and the science behind it so YOU can go crunchy WITHOUT going crazy. After years of ongoing illnesses and chronic pain, I turned my health around with lifestyle and diet changes. Now as a mom of 2 young chi ...
 
"Mystery in the Radio Waves" is a podcast where a cast of actors and comedians perform a classic radio play and then improvise jokes, characters, and stories. What the fuck are radio plays and where do they come from? Well...The Golden Age of Radio was an era of radio in the U.S. in the 1920's to the 1960's where the main source of entertainment was radio programming before people owned televisions on a larger scale. The programs would have the same range as tv shows today. There were weekly ...
 
Is money a struggle for you? If it is, you're not alone. Money issues affect us all, regardless of how much or how little we're making. But, what if it doesn't have to be? What if you could instead attract all the abundance you want without fear or worry or anxiety. It's completely possible and the Love-Based Money podcast is here to help. Based on the "Love-Based Money and Mindset" book by bestselling author Michele PW (Pariza Wacek), this podcast explores all aspects of making money -- fro ...
 
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This is a very fun episode for me. It started off with an email from a listener who corrected me on a point I made about the history of the Christian liturgy. It turns out, the listener is a university academic, who has written papers on the foundations of the Christian liturgy. Well I just had to have Professor Andrew Messmer on the show. New info…
 
On a special episode of POLITICO's Nerdcast: "It became clear that Scott Pruitt had sought to purchase a used mattress from the Trump hotel. And I thought, 'This is not what I expected this job would look like.'" At the close of Donald Trump's presidency, POLITICO's reporters and editors share their strongest memories of the last four years. Shocki…
 
If you're using social media for your business but not getting results. You probably experienced same things that I do! Here are 6 ways to Revamp Your Business and Brand Online in 2021. If you'd like to show your support, Leave us a review on Apple Podcast and Tag me on Instagram @danielle_francisco_ this helps improve our visibility and reach out …
 
Golf Channel host of PGA Tour Champions Learning Center Vince Cellini joins and tells great stories from his 39-year sports tv career. He also gives advice to younger journalists and reminisces about his favorite moments covering golf, the NFL and NBA..By Garrett Johnston
 
In this episode Soren tells a truly, excruciatingly awkward story about fan mail he once sent, and Daniel gives a recap of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy 20 years late! And as always big thanks to our sponsors. Thanks to Keeps. To receive your first month of treatment for free, go to keeps.com/QQ . And big thanks to Tushy, Go to hellotushy.com/qq ge…
 
Are you looking for serious weight loss on the ketogenic diet? This episode reveals 5 ways to reset your fat burning hormones with ketosis. You'll understand why keto is the best diet for weight loss because it focuses on reducing inflammation and burning fat. 💻 Free Keto Diet Masterclass ➡️ http://www.ketosismasterclass.com​ 🎁 KETO KAMP BLUEPRINT:…
 
Using comb-shaped teeth, Baikal seals feed on tiny crustaceans like whales do In Siberia, the freshwater mammals expertly hunt macaroni-sized amphipods A Baikal seal ( Pusa sibirica ) hauls out on the frozen surface of Russia's Lake Baikal.
 
Ancient humans may have deliberately voyaged to Japan's Ryukyu Islands Satellite-tracked buoys suggest there's little chance the remote isles were reached by accident A dugout canoe (shown) crafted using stone axes modeled off of ancient Japanese artifacts successfully traveled more than 200 kilometers from Taiwan to Japan's Ryukyu archipelago in 2…
 
Ancient people may have survived desert droughts by melting ice in lava tubes Charcoal bands in a New Mexico cave ice core track with five periods of drought over 800 years Lava tubes like this one can be found throughout El Malpais National Monument in New Mexico.
 
This new image reveals a sunspot in unrivaled detail A solar telescope in Hawaii is providing the sharpest views of the sun ever seen This close-up of a sunspot comes courtesy of the new Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope in Hawaii.
 
Giant pandas may roll in horse poop to feel warm Explaining the gross behavior was an epic scientific journey A wild giant panda climbs a tree in Foping National Nature Reserve in Shaanxi Province, China.
 
The New Climate War' exposes tactics of climate change 'inactivists' Climate scientist Michael Mann argues outright denialism has morphed into inactivism Outright denial of climate change is giving way to subtler efforts to delay action on reducing fossil fuel emissions, argues climate scientist Michael Mann.…
 
Towering fire-fueled thunderclouds can spew as many aerosols as volcanic eruptions As warming worsens wildfires, it may create conditions ripe for stronger pyrocumulonimbus clouds Smoke from intense wildfires burning in southeastern Australia's Orroral Valley on January 31, 2020, generate a massive, stratosphere-piercing pyrocumulonimbus, or pyroCb…
 
50 years ago, scientists poked holes in the existence of polywater Excerpt from the January 23, 1971 issue of Science News In the 1970s, researchers debunked polywater, thought to have been a viscous form of water.
 
A newfound feathered dinosaur sported fuzz and weird rods on its shoulders The chicken-sized carnivore is the first feathered dino fossil found in the Southern Hemisphere Ubirajara jubatus (illustrated) may have used its shoulder streamers and feathery mane for flashy dances and displays.
 
Drones could help create a quantum internet Scientists have used octocopters to send entangled photons to distant locations A fleet of drones could create a quantum network by transmitting quantum particles among the fleet's formation and relaying the particles to ground stations at various locations within a city (illustrated).…
 
Lonely brains crave people like hungry brains crave food After being alone, people's brains showed increased responses to pictures of other humans Social isolation something many people are experiencing during the COVID-19 pandemic leaves people's brains craving other people, showing that social aspects of a pandemic shouldn't be ignored.…
 
Astronomers spotted a rare galaxy shutting down star formation The galaxy's black hole is growing, and the galaxy is also growing new stars for now A cold quasar (illustrated) is a galaxy going through one last gasp of star formation as its central supermassive black hole wakes up.
 
In the past 15 years, climate change has transformed the Arctic The pace of change has surprised researchers who launched the annual report card in 2006 With remote sensing instruments similar to those used in satellites, MOSAiC gives up-close measurements of the thickness and composition of Arctic snow and ice.…
 
The first magnetar flare detected from another galaxy was tracked to its home An ultramagnetic stellar corpse sent a blast of light zipping through space A giant flare from a magnetar (illustrated), a highly magnetized dense stellar remnant, was picked up by space telescopes and tracked back to its home galaxy in April 2020.…
 
Some electric eels coordinate attacks to zap their prey The knifefishes were thought to dine alone, but in the Amazon, hundreds hunt together A single Volta's electric eel (pictured) can discharge up to 860 volts of electricity, more than any other known animal.
 
The most ancient supermassive black hole is bafflingly big The black hole doesn't fit theories of how the cosmic beasts grow so massive A quasar is a supermassive black hole in the core of a galaxy, wrapped in a bright disk of material.
 
The COVID-19 pandemic made U.S. college students' mental health even worse Almost half of the students surveyed experienced high levels of emotional distress and worry About 85 percent of college students experienced moderate to high levels of distress during the pandemic's early days, a new study shows.…
 
An enormous supervolcano may be hiding under Alaskan islands A geologic game of connect the dots reveals hints of a giant undersea crater The multiple volcanoes in the Islands of the Four Mountains (shown), part of the chain that make up the Aleutian Islands in southwestern Alaska, appear to be connected by one large caldera created when a supervol…
 
A highly contagious face cancer may not wipe out Tasmanian devils after all Devil facial tumor disease has shifted from explosive spread to endemic Tasmanian devils (one pictured) are carnivorous marsupials endemic to Tasmania.
 
The oldest known abrading tool was used around 350,000 years ago Using a grinding or rubbing stone represented an early shift in stone-tool making A flat surface at the top of a round stone, shown from two angles, originally found in three pieces at Israel's Tabun Cave, was used to grind or rub hides or other relatively soft material around 350,000…
 
Some bacteria are suffocating sea stars, turning the animals to goo Microbes that thrive in high nutrient settings deplete oxygen in water around the animals Sea stars affected by wasting disease such as this leather star ( Dermasterias imbricata ) at the Sitka Sound Science Center in Alaska can dissolve into a puddle of goo.…
 
Plastic waste forms huge, deadly masses in camel guts Clumps made up of plastic bags and other trash in the animals' stomachs are called polybezoars Two dromedary camels forage on trash that litters the desert surrounding Dubai.
 
Biden administration outlines its ambitious plan to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic The president plans to ask Congress for $400 billion to respond to the health crisis Lamps lit along the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool in Washington, D.C., on January 19, the eve of President Joe Biden's inauguration, honored the 400,000 Americans who have died from…
 
Monitor lizards' huge burrow systems can shelter hundreds of small animals The giant reptiles are ecosystem engineers," providing a service similar to beavers and seabirds A sand goanna ( Varanus gouldii ), a type of monitor lizard, peers out from a burrow entrance in Francois Peron National Park in Western Australia.…
 
Space station detectors found the source of weird 'blue jet' lightning A 'blue bang' sparks an unusual type of lightning in the upper atmosphere The International Space Station spotted an exotic type of upside-down lightning called a blue jet (illustrated) zipping up from a thundercloud into the stratosphere in 2019.…
 
China is about to collect the first moon rocks since the 1970s The lunar samples will come from a site that was volcanically active relatively recently Team members of China's Chang'e-5 mission celebrated the spacecraft's launch on November 24, 2020.
 
Small, quiet crickets turn leaves into megaphones to blare their mating call A carefully crafted leaf can double the volume of a male's song, helping it compete for females A male Oecanthus henryi tree cricket peeks through a hole it cut in a leaf.
 
A face mask may turn up a male wrinkle-faced bat's sex appeal When flirting, wrinkle-faced bats raise their own movable furry face coverings A natural, movable mask of white fur does something as yet unknown for a male wrinkle-faced bat seeking female companionship in a Costa Rican rainforest.
 
Hayabusa2's asteroid dirt may hold clues to the early solar system After landing safely on Earth, a capsule holding samples from Ryugu is in Japan for analysis Hayabusa2's sample return capsule was located in south Australia shortly before dawn local time on December 6.
 
The Light Ages' illuminates the science of the so-called Dark Ages The book re-creates the life of a monk who contributed to astronomy The Middle Ages saw advances in the making of scientific instruments, such as the astrolabe (a replica of a medieval one is shown), a device used to measure the positions of astronomical objects.…
 
Plastics are showing up in the world's most remote places, including Mount Everest Tiny bits of plastic have made their way into the deepest sea and onto the highest peaks Mount Everest is the latest far-flung place where bits and pieces of tiny plastic have been documented.
 
Today, expert meditation teachers Jeff Warren and Susan Piver return to respond directly to the questions that you, our listeners, have been submitting to us about self-compassion. It’s a tricky concept, so it’s no surprise that you’ve sent in more than a few humdingers. So strap yourself in as Jeff and Susan bring on the wisdom to help you make su…
 
On a special edition of the Full 60, Craig welcomes The Athletic's analytics expert Dom Luszczyszyn and ESPN's Emily Kaplan and Greg Wyshynski for a debate on the NHL's top 100 players. CC and his panel compare lists, discuss how they came to their conclusions, who was on top, who was on the bottom, and who was left off. Check out Craig and Dom's m…
 
Welcome to Mystery in the Radio Waves. I’m your host Elizabeth McIrvin. Mystery in the Radio Waves is a podcast where a cast of actors and comedians perform a classic radio play and then improvise jokes, characters, and stories. What the heck are radio plays and where do they come from? Well...The Golden Age of Radio was an era of radio in the U.S.…
 
We’re diving in on another Buddhist list today. One of the many things I like about the Buddha is that, as far as I can tell, he pretty much always aims his messages, even the hard-to-swallow ones, at the pleasure centers of the brain. Even when he’s talking about ethics, which could come off as preachy or overly abstemious. Today, we’re going to t…
 
Michael Simpson is a Professor Emeritus of Botany who is the Author of one of the best textbooks available on the evolutionary history, grouping and Identification of plant species - Plant Systematics. Taxonomy, Evolution, & Diversity of Plants on Earth? What are phylogenetics? What is a "biogeography dungeon" and why is it fascinating as shit to b…
 
Ben and Dean spoke to Emmanuel in December 2020, to find out what an user experience designer does, the experience of building a business with his college friend, Lawrence and what inspired him to move from a keen illustrator to building user experiences in websites and apps. Emmanuel shared his journey from his nursery report where he 'could be fo…
 
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