Hey Strangeness

The Witch Owl

It’s Hispanic Heritage Month! La Lechuza is an old, old story which is deeply engrained in the oral tradition of many Latin American cultures. Is it a cryptid, spectral being, misidentified owl, or something else entirely? We don’t know, but that doesn’t stop us from spending almost an hour trying to figure it out. First…

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UFOs Over Texas

The Lone Star State has a rich history of UFO sightings which continue to this day. We look at some historical cases, some VERY recent ones, and also teach you how to survive an alligator attack and avoid going missing in deep bodies of water. What’s going on with Lake Travis? Where are all these…

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Review – Skinwalker: The Howl of The Rougarou

We’re VERY excited about the latest film from Small Town Monsters. Give us three minutes of your time and we’ll tell you why.

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The Texas Dogman Triangle

It’s time for Dogman. Join us on a semi-deep dive into all things Dogman (not shapeshifters) and a trio of sightings very specific to central Texas. People I name drop in this episode include Seth Breedlove, Joedy Cook, Asherz, The Manic Pixie Dream Ghouls, the Mothboys, Tyler Strand, basically everyone who was at Cryptid Bash,…

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A Song About Mothman

A short song about Mothman (by popular demand). A ‘studio’ version of our ‘song’ about Mothman which we ‘recorded.’ That’s it. Music and lyrics by Hey Strangeness. If you like this please share it! New episode coming soon but probably not until after August 10th (WE’LL BE AT CRYPTID BASH BABYYYY until some time after…

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The Serial Killer Ghost of Blanco County

In 1885 a man named Al Lackey tried to murder his entire family… with… moderate success. Why? Where? Are phantom hitchhikers real? Cats are cute, but why are they ALSO so annoying? We may or may not figure all this out on Episode 2 of Hey Strangeness.A little bit of true crime, a little bit…

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The Dancing Devil of San Antonio

1975, Southwest Texas, Halloween Night. A man dances well, but is he more than a man? Maybe, maybe not. Find out as we examine a local San Antonio folk tale and trace it’s dark historical roots all the way to the 15th century. Sponsored by Ghostblow – The Decongestant For Ghosts!

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