As most fans of art and strange occurrences, I've been very interested in the news stories concerning seemingly random appearances of metal structures being spotted across the globe and being removed shortly after. Part of the fun of these stories is the mystery surrounding them, even though recently some artist have spoken, claiming credit for … Continue reading Metal Monolith Statue spotted in Eastern Kentucky
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Season 2 Episode 21 Imagine you had your very own, brand spankin’ new time machine. What would you do? Where would you go? What would you change if that is possible at all? For the season finale I posed one simple question… “What would you do if you could time travel?”. Aaaand let me tell … Continue reading Time Travel Tourists
Season 2 Episode 20 Artists are rebels by nature, but few have left a lasting impact on all media like Salvador Dali! Film, fashion, furniture… this man did it all! And did so with some very questionable behavior so HEADS UP, GUYS!!! This one gets NSFW, because you can’t talk about Dali without mentioning his … Continue reading Dali the Rebel
Things that go bump in the night https://www.journal-times.com/news/things-that-go-bump-in-the-night/article_b6ab77f2-dd16-11e8-bccf-9f44662caee0.html?fbclid=IwAR2EFCGTvUDs72igT_i1IKRwjH-iTceUGznF1wNOVbRxFproFkk0DBoNWSs Submitted by Jeremy D. Wells I grew up next door to a cemetery and one day I came home to my washing machine being flipped upside down in its exact spot, and also I use to roller blade in the garage and I SWEAR I felt a … Continue reading Listener Stories
Season 2 Episode 19 IT’S ALMOST HALLOWEEN! We are celebrating Weird Appalachia style - telling ghost stories in a dark creepy attic AND sharing YOUR submitted listener stories. It’s a creepy good time! There was no way we could fit them all in this episode, so be sure to visit weirdappalachia.com in the coming days … Continue reading Haunts & Haints
Season 2 Episode 18 Appalachia - land of many tales and quirks. Our home is full of lore and specific customs, especially when it comes to death. Out-of-towners might just think we are a little weird, but we are very set in our ways when it comes to our death rituals. Kentucky Funeral Director Tommy … Continue reading Mountain Death Rituals
Season 2 Episode 17 What happens when you get three Kentucky childhood best friends together? You get a slightly NSFW episode of Weird Appalachia! Landline singing competitions, creepy old houses, teaching each other about the birds and the bees, terrorizing our teachers… when you’ve known each other as long as we have, you’ve got PLENTY … Continue reading HOLLER KIDS
Season 2 Episode 16 It’s time for a little R & R, y’all! Redneck Reputations! Comedian Justin Darnell joins me in an all-new podcast episode where we are really going there when it comes to Appalachian stereotypes. For better or worse, our area is riddled with ideas about who and what we are. Whether it’s … Continue reading REDNECK REPUTATIONS
Season 2 Episode 15 Artists, musicians, writers, chefs… humans have this drive to CREATE! Where does it come from? Why do we make the things we make? In all new episode, Erin, Jess, and Wisey are hashing it all out. We've got a lot of fun and weird ideas and theories in store! In the … Continue reading Why Do We Create?