Dr. Andrea Kitta presents an amazing article on the realism and impact of the urban legend as well as explains some of our belief in him.… Read More CAN BELIEF IN SLENDER MAN MAKE HIM REAL?
No one really can tell where haunted legends come from. You might see a reference to it on the Internet or have someone pass it down to you, campfire in front of them or flashlight under their chin or a mention in the local paper sometime around Halloween when there is a market for that… Read More Travel Log: Two Ghosts and a Skunk Ape at Myakka River State Park in Sarasota
After too much time away, Natalie Crist and Christopher Balzano are back and ready to get down to work. The Trippers are still working through Summer Road Trip 2018 as they discuss three haunted legends they explored on day 2 in Central Florida. First up, separating the lies from the lore as they get more… Read More Episode 44…Towers, Ghost Lights, and a Lie in the Park
Some legend trips are about the excitement of the moment or the depth and mystery of the mythology behind the story. Others are about the anticipation of being in the dark with the weight of what has happened there breathing down your neck and making your hairs stand on end. At the heart of… Read More Travel Log…Oak Ridge Cemetery: Arcadia, Florida
Like every state in the Union, Tennessee has its local legends, ranging from First Nations stories that predate the arrival of Europeans to the land to modern urban legends the likes of which reflect modern fears and unease. Among these legends are legends of local monsters. Given the centuries of human habitation in the state, […]… Read More The Monsters Of Tennessee — Hondacsr
Natalie Crist and Christopher Balzano went out in search of the Devil’s Tree at Oak Hammock Park in Port St. Lucie. We’ve got a full write up of the context and what happened coming later this week, but you can catch the two podcasts they did on the topic. The first is a trek down… Read More Tripping the Devil’s Tree