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The Haunted Objects Podcast

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The Haunted Objects Podcast

Connor J. Randall, Greg Newkirk, Dana Newkirk

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Join full-time paranormal researchers Greg & Dana Newkirk (Amazon Prime's "Hellier", Discovery+'s "Kindred Spirits") as they dig into the history, folklore, and anomalous activity behind the world's most haunted objects. Tune in every other Monday to explore the mysteries behind UFO wreckage, cursed artifacts, psychic research, Bigfoot pheromones, and more!
 
A Who Cares? Scotland podcast, Objects, where the host, Charlotte Armitage, dives into conversation with Care Experienced people. The discussions are focused on the moments in life that shape us, the relationships that give us strength and the challenges that we overcome. Each guest brings three objects to the conversation, representing their life before, during and after care.
 
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Curious Objects

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Curious Objects

The Magazine Antiques

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Through interviews with leading figures in the world of fine and decorative arts, Curious Objects—a podcast from The Magazine Antiques—explores the hidden histories, the little-known facts, the intricacies, and the idiosyncrasies that breathe life and energy into historical works of craft and art.
 
A two-count of British Smarks in North America who like to banter all things RAW, Smackdown, and 205Live in the WWE Universe. We don't pretend to know everything, but we always have a proper good laugh! #FOFM __________________________________________________ HOSTED BY Wade Gawler & Kieran Strange FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA • @ FOFMpodcast • @ Wadepool87 • @ KieranStrange INTRO MUSIC "Reckless" © Kieran Strange, 2015
 
Unlikely Objects, Mostly (2022) A collection of everyday objects followed Alasdair Gray for long periods across the different rooms of his life, often appearing within the imagined worlds he conjured up as familiar motifs and devices. They now occupy prominent places within the Alasdair Gray Archive. In this new podcast series, we use these objects to draw together memories from Alasdair’s friends, colleagues and collaborators. In doing so, we explore deeper connections between the artist’s ...
 
High Y'all, my name is Bianca and welcome to the blunt objects podcast! Blunt objects is a bi weekly podcast about true crime, mystery, and randomness. My guest and I will share our thoughts and theories about some of the darkest cases, strangest cults, random things we experience in our daily lives. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @BluntObjectsPod for future episode updates, pictures of dogs, and mini sessions. So sit back, relax and free your mind and Join my guest and I as we ...
 
From a magician who inspired Shakespeare, and poems woven into Japanese prints, to manuscripts illuminated with the ancient love story of Layla and Majnun, this new podcast series will delve into the poetry and literature hidden in the collections at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. Join us each Friday, from 5 February, for a new audio adventure. Objects Out Loud is produced and presented by Lucie Dawkins.
 
Convener Alexi Baker (CRASSH) Summary Objects in Motion brings together scholars, curators and artists from around the world to dialogue about material objects in transition - cultural, temporal and geographical. All material objects are produced within specific contexts – whether they are ancient Roman tombstones, century-old Inuit clothing, or modern video games. How are differences in use and meaning negotiated when these objects transition into other contexts? What continuities remain, a ...
 
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We take a ride through Roman history with Dr Stephen Bull to learn more about the tombstone of a cavalry soldier named Insus Vodullius. A chance to learn about Roman Lancaster, the sort of people who lived in the area, and how fascinating archaeological finds like this can tells us so much from so long ago.…
 
What happens to the space-time continuum if you open an advent calendar in April? What are the healing properties of "different flavours of damp twig"? This week, Kasia and Dan are exploring the quasi-mystical powers of herbal tea, via an out-of-time advert calendar covered in a thick layer of dust. We talk about measuring the passage of time with …
 
We encountered a mythical creature in the forest... and took him Bigfoot hunting. In this episode, we recount the time we took actual movie star Jeff Goldblum on a quest to track Sasquatch in the California Redwoods. Put on a silly hat and join us as the gang practices their Bigfoot calls, Connor takes a huge whiff of Sasquatch Pheromones (and lose…
 
Get on board for this episode where we talk to Henry Holborn about an intricate and beautiful ship model. This model leads us into the touching story of Belgian refugees in Lancaster, Morecambe and the surrounding area in the First World War.Lancaster City Museums による
 
Go east! Kasia and Dan tackle a satirical boardgame about queuing in Cold War-era Poland and go deep into 'Ostalgie' -- how do people remember the Soviet era, especially people who don't actually remember the Soviet era? Pioneers, communist pickles and coffee made from acorns all feature, along with 'Good Bye, Lenin!' and an immersive theatrical ex…
 
The dead speak! Well, they write, actually. In this episode, we analyze the ectoplasmic product of a 200-year-old séance: the paranormal penmanship of a ghost. During our exploration of the afterlife, Dana discovers feminist pirate poltergeists, Connor comes out of magical retirement, Greg summons dead goldfish with his toes, and the gang has an ex…
 
Ever been so scared you dropped a baby? In this holiday special, we crush on the best high strangeness movie ever made: The Mothman Prophecies. Along the way, Connor offends Indrid Cold, Greg demonstrates how to drive ultraterrestrials crazy, Dana has trouble talking to ghosts, and we learn why West Virginia's official monster is a queer icon. Slat…
 
IT'S CUUUUUURSEDMAAAAAAAS! We're having a work Christmas party and you're all invited -- we've got some festive VKs and gingerbread milk stout, and we're going to finally determine who's been naughty and who's been nice - with help from Gary Barlow, our designer Archie and our producer Nick Wilson. Along with some dangerous live DIY we have tales o…
 
Said to contain a powerful and terrifying entity, the Dybbuk Box has been striking fear into Travel Channel viewers, Haunted Museum visitors, and Post Malone fans for years, earning a reputation as the "Most Haunted Object in the World". Unbeknownst to most, the dastardly demon box holds a dirty secret. In this episode, Greg and Dana reveal how the…
 
In 1750, a millenarian religious movement, the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Coming, arose in England. More commonly known as the Shakers for their ecstatic dance, today this movement can claim only two living exponents. But the legacy of Shakerism—ideals such as equality between the sexes and among races, sublime music, and simple…
 
In 1750, a millenarian religious movement, the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Coming, arose in England. More commonly known as the Shakers for their ecstatic dance, today this movement can claim only two living exponents. But the legacy of Shakerism—ideals such as equality between the sexes and among races, sublime music, and simple…
 
In September of 1961, on a desolate mountain pass in New Hampshire, strange lights in the sky heralded the introduction of a new, more terrifying type of extraterrestrial encounter; one where stolen memories, painful medical experiments, and regression hypnosis replace friendly visitors from Venus. In this episode, we examine one of the rarest arti…
 
It's spooky season, it's harvest season, it's pumpkin season, it's nesting season, it's hygge season, it's cuffing season, it's christian girl autumn -- but where do all these labels and ideas come from?? As the nights draw in, Dan and Kasia ask how we got from the ancient Celtic pagan festival of Samhain - where the boundary between the mortal wor…
 
In 1837 a family group that flew in the face of convention was committed to canvas, presumably by portraitist Jacques Guillame Lucien Amans. It showed four children. Three were white, dressed in their Sunday best and gazing placidly at the viewer. The fourth, standing behind them in a Brooks Brothers livery coat, was a Black teenager. This is Béliz…
 
Greg and Dana share the frightening history of The Dark Mirror, a pitch black scrying mirror that terrifies all who dare to gaze into it... but why? In this episode we share our deepest fears, revisit the time we used a gigantic haunted mirror to crack a ghostly case in Gettysburg, and discover that scientists are planning to pull Bloody Mary out o…
 
In 1837 a family group that flew in the face of convention was committed to canvas, presumably by portraitist Jacques Guillame Lucien Amans. It showed four children. Three were white, dressed in their Sunday best and gazing placidly at the viewer. The fourth, standing behind them in a Brooks Brothers livery coat, was a Black teenager. This is Béliz…
 
FROM PATREON TO MAIN FEED: it's a Hot Geist Summer episode where Kasia and Dan take a cursed journey into the darkest parts of the experience economy... from yuppie ballpit bars and escape rooms in Shoreditch, to the commodification and historicisation of the Holocaust, it's a wild ride with the spiritual godfather of Cursed Objects on his 130th bi…
 
Sometime around the turn of the twentieth century, the Black child at the rear of this 1837 family portrait was painted out. Why? Benjamin Miller sits down with the painting’s owner—and its primary advocate—Jeremy Simien, as well as scholars, collectors, and other experts in the field involved with the painting’s journey from museum castoff to much…
 
Does the Amityville Horror live on? Greg and Dana discuss a haunted plank of wood in the Newkirk Museum of the Paranormal: an actual piece of 112 Ocean Avenue. In this episode we stan Jodie the Demonic Pig, argue about spooky ghost children, and reveal surprising, brand-new information from an eye-witness source who claims that the world's most inf…
 
We've done our duties Paddington, now take us to straight to hell (boy). Two weeks of pent-up angst, hilarity and bewilderment comes out in a wild ride through Britain's "period of national mourning". What on earth is a 'national mood', what are its rituals, who invented them and when? What do these offerings - these marmalade totems - reveal about…
 
Postcode paraphernalia – check! Neighbourhood nationalism – check! Commodified cities? All here. We are very excited to be joined by iconic sociologist Les Back as he reflects on his much beloved, but equally cursed, House of Catford bottle opener. When did we start wearing I Love *insert misc. borough* branded t-shirts? How do we tell the differen…
 
Nectar selectors and club card members: where do your loyalty cards lie? This week, Dan and Kasia are discussing how supermarkets became so all-powerful that they can "campaign" on political and environmental issues (slash greenwash cynically) and the state can only follow their lead. Also, why are full shelves in the supermarket oddly soothing whe…
 
The second episode of Unlikely Objects Mostly looks at Alasdair's chessboard and the role chess played in his practice: uncovering the game's pivotal role in the making of the Hillhead Subway mural and the novel Poor Things. It then goes on to explore the artist's radical openness to other people and fascination with the way they work: an interest …
 
This week, we're asking what Gen Z kids mean when they say "My aesthetic is looking like a terrible 90s market stall in Camden Town!"? (NB this may not be a direct quotation, but close enough.) Kasia and Dan take us on a wild journey through 'cybergoth internationalism', fluokids, retro culture, futurism and modernity, chaotic teenage ideas of cool…
 
FROM PATREON TO MAIN FEED: Are we heading for a 'summer of discontent'? Are we going 'back to the 1970s'? Three day week and a four-day bender? What really happened when the lights went out? Why do we cast particular eras as 'dark ages' or periods of decline, and who does it serve when we do so? Why were the 70s such an excellent time for white uti…
 
Celebrating Walter Benjamin's 130th birthday with a truly cursed journey into the darkest end of the experience economy... from yuppie ballpit bars in Shoreditch to the commodification of the Holocaust, it's a wild ride with the spiritual godfather of Cursed Objects. Theme music and production: Mr Beatnick Artwork: Archie Bashford…
 
Health warning!!! Kasia and Dan are cracking through the radioactive, ever-expanding global energy drinks market LIVE ON AIR... From patriotic energy drinks brought to you by Albion's sovereign bulldog, to middle-class FBPE Euroshopper cans... what unites jocks, bros/bruhs, ravers, skaters, bungee jumpers, construction workers who actually have to …
 
Are we heading for a 'summer of discontent'? Are we going 'back to the 1970s'? Three day week and a four-day bender? What really happened when the lights went out? Why do we cast particular eras as 'dark ages' or periods of decline, and who does it serve when we do so? Why were the 70s such an excellent time for white utility candles? This week, Ka…
 
As you await the upcoming season of Curious Objects, please enjoy this special bonus episode, in which Metropolitan Museum of Art curator Abraham Thomas, ceramist Roxanne Jackson, and painter Andrew LaMar Hopkins join host Benjamin Miller onstage at the 2022 edition of the Winter Show to grapple with the legacy of Walter Benjamin’s famous 1935 essa…
 
We’re BACK following two Patreon-only episodes – and we are celebrating! Bunting? Check. Tables? Check. Unelected head of state who costs the British taxpayer £67 million a year? CHECK. That’s right – this week we are discussing HM The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The resources for which the Government have spent big money for you to download. All thi…
 
Unlikely Objects, Mostly (2022) A collection of everyday objects followed Alasdair Gray for long periods across the different rooms of his life, often appearing within the imagined worlds he conjured up as familiar motifs and devices. They now occupy prominent places within the Alasdair Gray Archive. In this new podcast series, we use these objects…
 
A conversation about mathematics inspired by the nodal cubic. Presented by Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett. We go closer to the cutting edge of research than usual in this chat with Angela Tabiri about her PhD research.Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett による
 
Crayons out for universal health care! Stay home, protect the NHS, make a sign to put in your window, clap for your doctors and nurses, give them all a badge - but don't bother with a pay rise. This week, Kasia and Dan delve into the deep passions, protective instincts, personal pathos and politics swirling around every British resident's relations…
 
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