Tea Krulos and company share the week’s weird news about paranormal, conspiracy, odd subcultures and trends, and more. Plus interviews, trivia, and music.
The Season 4 finales features Heidi and Tea discussing weird news, trivia answers, and a closing track by The LOL, "Six Feet Under the Dance Floor." Fun times.
Show Notes -Tea's latest column on Primus and the Phantom Patriot is here: https://teakrulos.com/2022/04/08/teas-weird-week-phantom-patriot-featured-in-new-primus-conspiranoia-video/
Tea catches up with his old friend Gorb and asks him 10 big questions. Tea's Weird Week News features Tea and Heidi discussing the Macbeth Curse, the eerie Back Rooms, dreams of Coors, and more. Enter our Clip-O-Mania contest by identifying all 41 clips in this episode-- send a list of them in to firstname.lastname@example.org and if you get 'em right, you shall win a prize. Plus trivia from Miss Information and we close with ...
The Tea's Weird Week Facebook group has a poll to vote on the weirdest movies on all time (winner will be announced when the red carpet rolls out for the Oscars Sunday). Tea talks with group members Billy, Stephen, Alicia, and Andrew, who nominated some of the top voted films. The discussion continues with Tea and Heidi in the news segment, Miss Information has a Psycho trivia question, and we close out with a track from Xposed...
Heidi Erickson shares the Slavic folklore tale of Baba Yaga (aka Baba Jaga or Baba Roga). Tea and Heidi talk about lore spinning out of the war in Ukraine like the "Beastmaster of Kyiv" as well as weird smuggling news. New trivia from Miss Information about Rod Stewart and we close with a trad Irish song from Wendy Lynn Markus, "The Lilting Banshee." Show Notes -Tea wrote this piece on Milwaukee's Lakefront Br...
Tea Krulos and Heidi Erickson journey into the unknown at the Paranormal Chicago Conference. On-the-spot interviews with investigator and show runner Jack Chavez, author Dan Guzman, tarot reader Coco La Bruja, Bob Anderson (of Bob After Dark) and Dale Kaczmarek (Ghost Research Society). Tea and Heidi talk more about their experience, Raelians, a severed head in Green Bay, a bear named Hank the Tank, and more. Plus trivia answers fr...
Tea talks to Tony Szabelski, who leads tours in Chicago for American Ghost Walks and is a speaker at the upcoming Paranormal Chicago Conference March 6. Chicago is rich with ghostlore, from H.H. Holmes to Al Capone to the famously haunted Congress Hotel.
This episode jumps right into the news-- Tea Krulos and Heidi Erickson talk about how conspiracy theorists believe that the Super Bowl half time show is an annual Illuminati occult ritual, also UFO sightings over Scotland and Indonesia, a creepy mass bird crash, and more. Plus trivia from Miss Information and we close out with a track from Mikronaut, "the last capsule."
Tea talks to realtor Crystal Schmidt about paranormal properties on the market, from a haunted Scottish castle to a ranch next to Area 51. Then Tea and Heidi discuss weird news-- an update on the Dallas QAnon cult, a golldang book burning, Grimacecoin and more. Plus trivia from Miss Information and we close with a track from Mini Meltdowns, "I Wanna Die (feat. Psychey Ikey) [Electronic Remix]"
Tea talks about his love for the weird antics of Werner Herzog, with a supporting cast of Klaus Kinski, Joaquin Phoenix, Errol Morris (and his shoe), and...Eddie Gein?!
Tea and Heidi talk about weird news about a butterfly sanctuary conspiracy, a showdown at the Golden Corral, and Tea's new haunted teapot. Plus trivia from Miss Information and we close out with an appropriate track for this episode, "MAYHEM," by Mistal...
Season 4 kicks off with an interview with Zelia Edgar, author of the new book Just Another Tin Foil Hat Presents. We talked about the lore of Platteville, Loveland Frogmen, and... spaaaace pancakes! Then Tea and Heidi discussed their January travels, and weird news about a man in a clown mask with a fake bomb who wanted to get in to Area 51, lab monkeys on the loose, and a "Trump prophetess" who saw John Wayne filming a wes...
It remains a mystery to us how DJ 10-foot Tall Krampus was able to break into the Tea's Weird Week podcast studios to record this "Radio Krampus" special, but we got to admit that hell's bells, it's pretty bangin' so enjoy!
1. "Dance with the Krampus," Xposed 4heads
2. "Krampusnacht!" Darkzine
3. "Krampusnacht is Here," The Courtesan & the Cabin Boy
Tea hosts a reunion of his co-workers from the Brady Street Pharmacy (a greasy spoon, pharmacy counter, convenience store, and theater space)-- Zack Pieper, Tracy Smith, and Gwen Huff. They share their memories of the place in advance of Tea's new collection of short stories: Tea Krulos • Brady St. Pharmacy: Stories and Sketches — Read the Future (vegetarianalcoholicpress.com)
Tea and Heidi discuss the Rittenhouse case, and the recent court appearances by Alex Jones, the QAnon Shaman, Steve Bannon plus other weird news, Miss Information has trivia, and we close out with a track by Creepy Little Things, "Mind Games."
-Read Tea's docket and find a link to his Kenosha citizen journalists article in this TWW column: Tea’s Weird Week: The Gavel | (teakrulos.com) -Picture of the plan...
Tea and Heidi discuss the continuing conspiracy theory apocalypse-- in Dallas, a contingency of QAnon never left the city after JFK Jr. failed to appear...or did he? Did he actually appear onstage alongside Elvis, Prince, Michael Jackson, and Aaliyah disguised as the Rolling Stones? No, he did not. Are QAnon followers, led by Q influencer Michael Brian Protzman (and his parrot!) starting a compound on a property led by a Q-rapper n...
Happy witching season! Tea reads his article on Wisconsin horror hosts from the October issue of Milwaukee Magazine. Tea and Heidi discuss Tea's encounter with a street preacher while leading a ghost our, QAnon thought JFK Jr. would appear to them in Dallas, Zuck's BBQ bottle and more. Miss Information has trivia and we close out with a track by Rexxx, "Animal."
Read more about horror hosts here: https://teakrulos...
Heidi Erickson interviews our special guest Hillarie Higgins (author of The Bank Doesn't Care if Your House is Haunted), then Heidi and Tea talk about weird news, Miss Information has some spooky trivia, and we close out with a track by Atheists and Airplanes, "Love Psychosis."
Tea Krulos talks about his latest conspiracy related journey, and Jenny Sanchez (Long Days Travel) helps unravel the conspiracy lore surrounding Denver International Airport.
Tea and Heidi Erickson discuss weird news about the Not Deer, an unemployed wizard, the country's fattest pumpkin, the Zodiac Killer, and more. Plus trivia from Miss Information, and we close the show with an appropriate track for this episode, "Chic...
Tea and Heidi discuss the recent Windigo Fest and other fall projects, plus weird news about NYC's Mole Man, Shakira attacked by boars, shaman bear urine disaster, ninja infiltrates military base.
Plus trivia from Miss Information and we close out with a track by Sleepersound, "Innamorata," off their new album Idle Voices.
Milwaukee Paranormal Conference was quite a weekend! Tea's Weird Week had a live panel during the conference hosted by Tea Krulos and Heidi Erickson (Android138 recorded live and Miss Information moderated the audience Q and A-- the first time all four of us were in the same place at the same time!)
To kick off Milwaukee Paranormal Conference weekend, we had a party at Faklandia Brewing. One of the activities was a Ghost Story Open Mic, where people could sign up for a few minutes of mic time to share their own ghostly experiences. TWW hosts Heidi Erickson and Tea Krulos emceed. Here is a recording of the session.
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