I may not be handsome enough for TV, but I can pretend I’m debonair on the radio.
Where Did the Road Go? – December 2, 2017
Ahoy! With intrepid explorer of the fringe and gracious host of “Where did the Road Go?”, Seriah Azkath, we examine obscure ghosts ships that have long been overshadowed by attention hogs like the Flying Dutchman and Mary Celeste. Sail the spectral seas with us, but remember to bring a Ouija Board and some Dramamine.
Where Did the Road Go? – June 3, 2017
Veteran anomalist Seriah Azkath and I spend an hour discussing the vagaries of strange history, the War between the Pygmies and Cranes, the last stand of the Moon-Eyed People, the tragic destruction of the Nittaweo, and very quiet volcanic explosions among other curious topics on his “Where Did the Road Go?” radio show. Wear your tinfoil hat.
Radio Misterioso – January 30, 2017
The inimitable Greg Bishop and I discuss folklore as an early warning system, skeptics vs. believers (who often have the same ego motivations for their opinions) and the “phantom clown” phenomenon considered as a chaotic trickster manifestation, among other arcane topics.
Project Archivist – October 22, 2016
Once again, joined the lovely and talented Roejen and Lobo to discuss (1) Doppelgängers without a work ethic, (2) Spontaneously combusting countesses, (3) Unicorn propaganda, (4) Accidental warlocks, (5) The Devil’s summer home in Finland, and a number of other curious instances of weird history.
Project Archivist – September 19, 2015
Joined the esteemed hosts Roejen Razorwire and Lobo for a discussion of, among other things (1) the best places to be a werewolf, (2) necromancy as a bad career move, (3) the legal implications of condemning someone to Hell, and (4) biting nuns.
Radio Misterioso – May 13, 2015
An extended chat with host Greg Bishop across a wide range of topics in strange phenomena, from unexplained falls of meat from the sky to disappearing islands to the implications of absurdist philosophy for Forteana.
I’m always happy to share stories about the strange history of the universe or muse on the meaning of it all (email me at email@example.com).
Just tell me I’m pretty.