Category Archives: Folklore

Podcast Episode Thirty Four

This week we bring you news from around the world! And we look into the stories behind the stories. Who was Cinderella and what are the origins of the Little Mermaid and other fables? And who on earth is Mithra? – you might know his story from someone else…

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Podcast Episode Thirty Three

This week in The Oz Effect Podcast we bring you news from around the world and have a fun time in an ‘Ask Me Anything’ episode where my daughters ask me about paranormal and past Oz Effect episodes!

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News Articles:

Vikings in America

Millenium Falcon sighted!

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Secret to the Knights Templar longevity

Jacques de Molay. Last Grandmaster of the Knights Templar

Jacques de Molay. Last Grandmaster of the Knights Templar

The Knights Templar’ secret of longevity may lie in their unique diet, says new research that looked into the eating habits of the powerful and secretive medieval order.

The diet would require eating lots of fruits, vegetables, dried legumes and consuming … Read More

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Podcast Epiosde Thirty Two

This week we bring you news and articles from around the world and our main topic?

Strap on the guns and grab your whip – we’re off to look at legendary places and cities. Indiana Jones/Lara Croft style! Also – Nazis!

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News Articles:

Pennsylvanian flying monster

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History behind Easter

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Easter is named for a Saxon goddess who was known by the names of Oestre or Eastre, and in Germany by the name of Ostara. She is a goddess of the dawn and the spring, and her name derives from words for dawn, the shining light arising from the east. … Read More

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Podcast Episode Thirty One

This week we bring you a round of of paranormal news and out main topic? We look in to the legends of werewolves. And how they may really actually be something far more sinister…

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Articles:

Hollow Sun?

Nordic Aliens in Argentina

Skull in Hollywood

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Podcast Episode Thirty

This week we have police being attacked by shadow people, Russian space news, the possibility of a Sphinx on Mars an old temple in Mexico and another sea monster!

And our main topic? We look in to the history and myths surrounding one of the most legendary of all paranormal … Read More

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Skinwalkers

In some Native American legends, a skin-walker is a person with the natural ability to turn into any animal he or she desires. To be able to transform, legend sometimes requires that the skin-walker wears a pelt of the animal.

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Possibly the best documented skinwalker beliefs are those relating to … Read More

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Black Sewer Swine of Hampstead

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How the legend of the Black Swine originated is hard to say. In one sense it was just a classic urban legend – someone had put it about that a sow had somehow got into the sewer, littered some offspring and fed them on the rubbish being washed into it … Read More

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Spring-heeled Jack

The legend of Spring-heeled Jack is  founded in the classic Victorian era when gothic and macabre stories were the pubic version of todays television and “penny dreadful” magazines sold in droves.

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First reported in October 1837 in London, a girl named Mary Stevens was unfortunate enough to be the victim … Read More

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