Paranormal Punchers

Paranormal Punchers

Paranormal Punchers is a light-hearted podcast discussing anything paranormal. They discuss Bigfoot, aliens, ghosts, haunted locations, Sasquatch, cryptids, UFO sightings, conspiracy theories and more!

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May 18, 2021 53 min
Comedian and paranormal enthusiast David Race is the creator and host of "Monstrosity". Previously David created the enormously popular podcast, "Comedians Talking About Bigfoot". Prior to creating podcasts, David Race was a radio personality in New York and Philadelphia. In the 2000's, David became a stand up comedian, and relocated to Los Angeles. When David is not recording episodes of Monstrosity, he can be ...
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The Watseka Wonder is the name given to the first documented American possession of 14-year-old Lurancy Vennum of Watseka, Illinois in 1878. It all started with Lurancy suddenly feeling ill with severe stomach pains, seizures, and loss of consciousness which they referred to as "trances". She also wasn't able to sleep well because she was being awakened at night by someone calling her name that wasn't there. As time...
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We had a blast talking with Zach Lamplugh about his new movie, 15 Things You Didn't Know About Bigfoot (#1 Will Blow Your Mind).

His film drops May 7 on VOD and is about a clickbait journalist sent to the Appalachian foothills to cover a Bigfoot Convention where he discovers there’s more to this listicle than meets the eye.

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April 27, 2021 55 min
In Hackettstown, NJ near the Musconetcong River, there have been several encounters with a large bug-like creature resembling a praying mantis. This Mantis Man is about 7 feet tall with a dark green or brown exoskeleton, a triangular head, and large, slanted black eyes. Two of the encounters were with fishermen who were in the water and they both felt that the creature was surprised that they could see it, before it disappeared int...
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Ian Jaydid joins us to talk about his new book, MIGRATION. It's all about the unifying "mechanics" behind a vast spectrum of paranormal phenomena such as astral projection, conscious time travel and telepathy. Join us!

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Learn More on Ian Jaydid:

His new book - https://amzn.to/2PKq463
YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeeGfVCkblIXKANGj-bo8qQ

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Over a period of two years, the Humphreys family dealt with a group of Bigfoot creatures that almost nightly would try to get into their cabin in Honobia, Oklahoma. At first it was just noises in the vicinity of their cabin that they would hear. One day they found that one of their freshly killed deer had been stolen from their outside freezer, so they cleaned out what meat was left in it and assumed that the problem had been solve...
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On this episode we talk with Chaz of the Dead about his new book, Paranormal Expeditions: Hunt for the Friendship: A story of UFOs, Nazis, Psychedelics, and an Expedition to the Edge of the World.

Chaz's Book:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08M8PK7KQ

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On September 4, 1964, Donald Shrum went on a bow hunting trip in California with friends that turned into an adventure that he will never forget! At some point in the day, he got separated from the group because he was tracking a deer, and since it was almost dark, he decided to hunker down up in a tree and wait for first light. Right before he fell asleep, he saw a light zig-zagging in the distance and because he thought it might ...
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The Fairmont Banff Springs hotel, known as the Castle of the Rockies, is a 130+ year old resort and spa in a large castle located in Banff, Alberta, Canada. Because of a vision to bring the beauty of the Canadian Rocky Mountains to the rest of the world, William Cornelius Van Horne began construction in 1887 and officially opened on June 1, 1888. This location wasn’t just chosen for its scenic beauty, it was also by a railway a...
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March 2, 2021 50 min
In September of 1931, the Irving family, James, Margaret and their 13-year-old daughter Voirrey, began hearing a persistent scratching, rustling, and animal-like noises behind the walls of their farmhouse located on the Isle of Man. It didn't take long for a creature to introduce himself as Gef, and inform them that he was an "extra extra clever" mongoose from India that was born in 1852. He soon became part of the fami...
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February 16, 2021 61 min
As NASA's website says, ʻOumuamua is the first known interstellar object to visit our Solar System. It was discovered on October 19, 2017 when it was close to the sun, and is described as cigar-like shaped with a reddish hue. It is also tumbling end over end every seven hours or so. It has been classified as a comet, but it doesn't have the signature tail that comets always have, which brings many, including scientists and ...
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Nestled near downtown Waco, Texas, there is over 400 acres of trees and trails where people can escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and get acquainted with nature by hiking, biking, and fishing, but also has a lot of haunted history and folklore etched into it. From ghost cowboys haunting a road, to a steep set of stone steps where you may feel someone tug on your clothes, to a ledge where you may see two spirits leaping ...
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On this bonus episode, we speak with James Wosochlo, the author of "Appalachian: Schaumboch's Tavern". His book details the life and misdeeds of Matthias Schaumboch, America's unofficial first serial killer. Schaumboch owned and operated a tavern on Hawk Mountain where weary travelers would stop for the night, and because he only chose those that either travelled alone or no one would miss, he was able to get away w...
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On January 25, 1959, a group of experienced hikers and athlete students set out on a journey into the Ural Mountains of Russia. When they missed their rendezvous date, a search party was organized to look for them. Their frozen bodies, along with unaccountable injuries, were discovered in locations that compounded the puzzle of how they died. The Dyatlov Pass mystery has spawned dozens of conspiracy theories which have endured for ...
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January 5, 2021 70 min
Bobby Mackey's Music World is a former slaughterhouse and meat-packing facility that served northwest Kentucky as well as parts of Ohio back in the 1850's. It eventually was demolished and the new building became a casino, nightclub, speakeasy, and now a music club. It is considered to be the most haunted night club in America as well as considered to be a gateway to hell. People have heard phantom footsteps, seen full body...
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Come join us on our holiday episode as we talk about a few of the holiday cryptids from around the world! From the Yule Cat who eats you if you don't receive clothing as a present for Christmas, to Mari Lwyd, a zombie horse skeleton head, that challenges you to a rhyming battle of wits, to Belsnickel who travels around in disheveled furs delivering treats to those who were good or switches with which to beat those who were naug...
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December 8, 2020 55 min
In 1762, an unusual and bizarre scandal captivated London. The story of Scratching Fanny of Cock Lane had something for everyone: forbidden love, money, death and the supernatural were all elements in this sad ghost tale.

After the death of Fanny Lynes from smallpox, her lover William Kent fell under public suspicion of murder after séances were held to determine who or what was behind the scratching noises coming from the home on ...
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In the deepest parts of the jungles of Java, you can find a giant flying creature, the Ahool, that is known to eat fish, but has also been known to attack humans. It has a face that resembles both a chimpanzee and a bat, has fangs, red skinned wings and is covered in grey fur. It is said to have a body the size of a small child with a wingspan of up to 12 feet, and its name comes from the sound it makes - AHOOooooOL!


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November 10, 2020 60 min
In 1876, the West Virginia State Penitentiary, also known as the Moundsville Penitentiary, opened in Moundsville, WV. This gothic-style prison was in part built by the prisoners that would be incarcerated in it, and also contained prisoner-ran shops that helped it become a self-sufficient facility. As time went on, the prison went through many changes and problems, especially with security, plumbing and overcrowding, that allowed f...
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John Olsen is back to tell us more ghost stories from his new book, Stranger U.S. This book is full of true, first-hand stories from around the United States. Bigfoot, UFOs, Ghosts, Cryptids, and more. Join us and hear a few scary stories from his new book.

John Olsen's Books:
https://www.strangerbridgerland.com/

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