Throughout history, people have blamed other people or other things for their problems. Sickness has been the result of a curse. Mental health issues the spell of a witch. And a murderous spree the act of demon possession. What are the ORIGINS for our need to find something to blame? How did the concept of the scapegoat begin?
I know I’m not alone in this obsession with other worlds whose borders touch our own. Like Hogwarts, the wizarding world that we wish to believe is real so badly that we have recreated it in a theme park. Do these worlds within worlds actually exist? Is there another realm hiding in the shadows of our own? Or are we overworked and so tired of reality we just wish to believe in something more?
We believe haunted places exist. Visitors, decades apart, have reported similar experiences of sights and sounds they couldn’t explain. In this podcast, several locations with supernatural activity will be studied to decide if the ghost is connected to the haunted grounds or if the oak is simply a bystander of mankind’s evil.
Skinwalkers or “werewolves” are part of the lore of many Native American tribes. They have become an eccentricity of Hollywood’s imagination and our culture on a whole. Is there truth to this phenomenon? Do humans shift into animal form to feed their carnal desires?
Not all superheroes are the work of comic book fantasy. They walk among us, both heroes and villains, and have since the beginning of time. We wish we had their super human qualities and abilities. But be careful what you wish for: you just might become a villain.