Misfits and Mysteries

Misfits and Mysteries

Misfits and Mysteries is a podcast hosted by two hilarious friends, Steve and Emmy, who love telling true (and allegedly true) stories about all things strange and supernatural. Like Bigfoot sightings, cryptids and Sasquatch-related political scandals? We got you. How about LSD dolphin experiments and talking mongooses? No problem. Celebrity encounters with extraterrestrial life and UFOs more your style? Comin' right up. Steve and Emmy also chat with exciting guests like paranormal experts, alligator trainers, film directors and more. Catch us every Thursday for more fun!

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January 8, 2022 25 sec
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Ahoy misfits ahoy t' our pirate spectacular episode! This week I'm joined by pirate historian Eric Lavender to discuss all things pirates.  Eric breaks down the truth behind Hollywoods depiction of pirates, what life was actually like on the seven seas, and the real life of Black beard or should I say Edward Beard!

Go support our good friend Eric over at Charleston Pirate Tours and make sure to go take a ghost tour or a pir...

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Welcome back Misfits! After a long hiatus I decided it was time to bring the show back for good! This week I have an awesome interview with Kelly from the Canadian Spirit podcast.  We have a great conversation about Kellys experience working as a paranormal investigator and how he narrowly escaped a Windigo encounter!


You can find Canadian Spirit on all podcast platforms! Follow them on Twitter @spirit_canadian

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November 24, 2021 19 sec
Hey Misfits sorry a new episode hasn’t come out in a while. I just moved and things will be back on track next Thursday. Have a HAPPY THANKSGIVINg !!!!!
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Welcome back Misfits, This week I'm joined by my good friend Matt from the Hops Geek News Podcast! We talk about everything from Bigfoot to Batsquatch to UFOs, Lizard Man and Idaho Cryptids! If you want to learn more about the Lumarians, Moon Eyed People, or Thunder Bird, check out our episode on those from season 1!


You can find Hops Geek News on Twitter @GeekHops and all podcast platforms!

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Howdy Misfits and welcome back to the second annual Misfits and Mysteries Halloween Spooktacular!!!! We may have lost Emmy as full time cohost, but we still have a great episode planned for you with guest host, my friend Rachel who was featured on the Birds aren't rule episode of the podcast.  We talk Halloween, ghost stories and other spooky things! Have you ever heard of a machine ghost?


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October 21, 2021 227 min
Hey Misfits, today we’re wrapping up Season 1 of the show today with a fun bonus episode — it’s a mash up counting down our 10 favorite episodes. We’ve been through a lot of topics this season: starting out from our early, microphone-less days discussing hypnosis, ghost stories and talking mongooses. But as our fans know, this show quickly went off the rails as Steve and Emmy dived into everything from ghost pirate babies and crypt...
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What’s up Misfits! You’re listening to a VERY special episode of this podcast — it’s the end of season 1, the one year anniversary of Misfits and Mysteries, and Emmy’s last day! Aren’t you guys going to miss her “do-do-do-do” transitions?? No? Ok. Emmy goes out with a bang, telling one of her best-ever stories: The Grunch. You know, it’s that New Orleans-based reptilian-chupacabra-looking ape-and-wolf-sounding cryptid that came fr...
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September 27, 2021 45 min

Howdy Misfits, this week Steve definitively proves that Brad Pitt is in fact a vampire.  Watch out for the Brad Pitt is a Vampire blog with all my evidence and visuals!  Emmy then takes us down a rabbit hole of her own. Did you know that sea monkey's were invented by the Nazis? I sure as hell didn't.  Finally Emmy closes us out with her very own compelling conspiracy about the Lost City of Atlantis.

We're sad to announc...

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Good morning, eh! This week we’re headed to Canada, where Emmy tells us about one of the most famous alien encounters of all time: the Falcon Lake incident. The freakiest part may just be this guys Mary Poppins-like bag of secrets. Then, Steve tells us all about the Moon eyed men: a real life group of humans who likely stumbled upon America wayyy before Columbus and his clowns. Steve and Emmy also propose their own conspiracy about...
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Hey misfits, ready for a cross-country tour of all things spooky? First stop, the Colorado Riverdale Road. Steve takes us through the strange happenings on this street, lt;dr it will take you straight to Hell, or at least to an underground chicken coop. Next up, Emmy takes us away to ~spooky~ Florida for some urban legends (no,

“Florida man” is not one of them, but probably a missed opportunity there). First off, she tells us about...

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Is What’s up Misfits! Emmy’s rescued from her alien abduction, and were ready for another kickass episode. Steve hits us with some #spooky first hand stories of encounters with Lucifer himself; like one man who out-drinks the devil and then, in a shocking turn of events, kills his dad — or how about the guys who shot a devil fish? You’ll also learn about some pretty wacky superstitions from the 1880s. Then Emmy catches us up on the...
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Unfortunately Emmy got abducted by aliens and wasn't returned to me on time to complete the episode so I had to draft her replacement.  This week we had an awesome guest host Kelly from the Canada SPIRIT podcast!  We talked everything from Bigfoot and Skunk apes to ghosts and eventually reeled it in to lumberjack folklore before Steve went on tangent about Jackalopes. If you want to hear more from Steve and Emmy, remember to t...
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Hey Misfits! This week we got a fab episode for ya. Emmy kicks us off with a classic she’s been dying to cover: the fake moon landing. That’s right: 40,000 NASA workers kept the moon landing hoax a secret for 50 years. But the true heros are those on the internet who still point out that there is no wind on the moon (“but how could the U.S. flag be waving in the wind Emmy???!!”). Then, Steve comes at us with a few more hard-hitting...
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Hey spooky spooky Misfits! This special creepy-but-not-so-creepy episode features two friends of the show, Austin and Ryan. We dive into some ~creepy pastas~, or spooky internet stories that may just be our own. Did Austin actually get captured by a man and a pink suit at gunpoint, only to get shot in the leg multiple times and survive to tell the tale? Did Emmy’s family actually get murdered years ago — and she’s just been talking...
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Heyo Misifts! Steve may be down 1 appendix, but we still cranked out a fantastic episode for y’all this week. Steve takes us through a few spooky cryptids, like the New Orleans Devil Man. Basically, he’s a regular dude who uses teleportation to skip out on bar tabs (where can I get this super power??). Emmy then overviews a few crazy alien abductions, including an account from this one dude who claims to have ~made love~ with a red...
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Hey Misfits, unfortunately we weren't able to post an episode this week because Steve had a *bit* of a medical emergency. Bye bye appendix! 

Everything's all good now, we just didn't want him to edit while tired and loopy! Take this week to check out one of our older episodes, and we'll be back super soon with another new, exciting episode for you all.

~ Stay spooky ~

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Hey Misfits! Steve and Emmy are back with a brand new episode that’s going to rock your socks off. Emmy kicks it off with the story of the True Way cult — a religion that believed God would appear on a local retail shopping TV channel to save the world from impending destruction. Somehow, that’s not the most ridiculous part: all of the believers were forced to live in middle-of-nowhere Texas where they definitely got barbecue sauce...
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Howdy Misfits! Get ready for a dino-filled episode as Emmy takes us through the crazy story of spinosaurus — a dinosaur you’ve seen in coloring books, but clearly haven’t really gotten to know. Then, Steve and Emmy chat with with the man, the myth, the legend: Brendan Steere, writer and director of the cult film sensation, Velocipastor! We talk about pastors turning into paper mache T-Rex’s, the low-budget film industry, and so muc...

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Welcome back misfits! This episode, while simultaneously recording a podcast and trying to figure out which one of her upstairs neighbors has been playing “smoke on the water” for 45 minutes on their bass guitar, Emmy discusses the age old question we know has been on all of your minds: is Elvis still alive? While some think the King died decades ago, super fans are still holding out hope that he was an extra in “Home Alone”. Not w...

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