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Welcome back to the show everyone, on this episode we have another submission from our friend Artemis. She tells us about possible wendigo areas and another weird encounter with witches in the woods. Then we dive into Steves fantastic episode. Its a story involving possible time travel or communication throughout the times. A computer gets brought home and weird messages start to pop up on it. At first they think its a prank then later on are compelled to believe they are really talking with someone from the past. Then more entities start to chat on the “devils box”. Before they know it they are part of some type of experiment the future is putting on. It was a super fun episode and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did. Thanks for listening and as always stay safe and stay weird.

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