November 2019 – Week 3
The Ænigma Project PodCast, where we discuss the paranormal, close encounters with the unusual and interactions with the supernatural. We’ll play Truth or Tale and share a little paranormal news now and then too.
Join Paul Cagle, Sushi and Spring as we provide information from our differing points of view. Paul the Paranormal Investigator, Sushi our investigator and resident skeptic and Spring the Metaphysical/Spiritual teacher.
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All this month we’re covering: Cryptids.
Although Cryptozoology is not considered a real science, it is based on the sciences of Zoology and Paleontology. Many Cryptids probably don’t exist, but there is a high possibility that others do. In fact, National Geographic proved that Hogzilla and the Congo Elephants, two Cryptids thought to be hoaxes or not real, did exist. If more Cryptids do exist, there are scientific evolutionary roots on to how these creatures possibly evolved. – Fandom’s Cryptid Wiki
This week we’ll be talking about:
Mothman – Changed the sleepy little town of Point Pleasant, West Virginia forever when it swooped in one cold autumn night in 1966. The first recorded Mothman sighting took place on November 12, 1966, near Clendenin, West Virginia. Five men were in a cemetery preparing a grave for burial when they saw something they couldn’t explain. A brown winged creature but it wasn’t a bird; it was a humanoid.
Our Upcoming Shows this Month, November 2019:
Week 1 – Off the air
Week 2 – Off the air – The Flu hit the show hard!
Week 3 – Mothman – uploaded 11/20
Week 4 – Loch Ness Monster
Week 1 – Dragons
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