Jeff thought it would be cool to do a spooky dark episode titled "Satan is My Uncle" to talk about all things regarding the demonic king. Instead, the other members of ParaBabble just ended up very seriously considering joining the Satantic Temple.
What is this mysterious green space rock? It's not kryptonite and it's not an infinity stone, but everyone on YouTube and TikTok are claiming that it is ruining their lives. How credible is it? We don't know. It's too expensive.
100: When Spring-Heeled Jack Meets the Mothman and They Hang Out at a Numbers Station in Skinwalker Ranch with Japanese Bathroom Demons
Somehow we made it to 100 episodes. We're not sure how this happened, but it did. Each Babbler comes to the table with some of their favorite topics over the past 100 episodes. We revisit everything from the Numbers Stations to Spring-Heeled Jack. And of course, at some point Jeff tries to make it about Jesus.
Who you gonna call? Obviously not ParaBabble because our hate mail has been very slow lately (Parababblepodcast@gmail.com). It somehow took the team 99 episodes to dedicate an entire show to the greatest movie of all time. Rob and Alison both geek out over all things Ghostbusters. While Jeff appreciates it, he tries to preserve his coolness.
The haunting of San Pedro is not as well known as some of the most infamous hauntings out there, but it has some of the biggest claims ever with some evidence to try and back it up. Finally someone had their camera and knew how to use it!
After becoming a little obsessed with werewolves, Rob falls about half way down the rabbit (wolf?) hole. Despite fully believing in Bigfoot, Jeff thinks werewolves are fake. We all know he's wrong right? Please e-mail us at Parababblepodcast@gmail.com to let us know whether Bigfoot or a Werewolf would win in a fight.
Everyone's talking about the hottest place to stay in LA. Join us on this episode of ParaBabble as we act as tour guides to tell you about all of the great amenities you'll get by staying at the Cecil Hotel. Things like random drug deals, assaults, murders, suicidal urges, decomposing human flesh water, VIP guests such as Richard Ramirez, baby murders, and even everyone's favorite; a slight chance of demonic possession.
Inspired by the remake of the old Unsolved Mysteries show, we finally did a sequel to our original Unsolved Mysteries episode. This time the team brings cases about a strange paralysis disease, missing women in the jungle, and a centuries old book written in no known language to the table.
Who is the Third Man? What does he or she want with motivating people through near death experiences? Why are they the Third Man when sometimes they are the 2nd or 4th?! Are they guardian angels? Hallucinations? A friendly ghost? We confuse ourselves trying to answer all of these questions in this episode.
Did you know that you have seen or experienced a death omen today? That's because everything is a death omen. Even if there's nothing we talk about in this episode that sounds familiar, you have encountered a death omen today. It turns out that reading the description of a Podcast before actually listening to the Podcast is a death omen. Sorry.
After going missing themselves for quite some time due to the pandemic, the ParaBabble team is back! This time the team looks into the mysteries behind thousands of strange unexplained disappearances in the US's National Park/Forests.
The ParaBabble team looks into... Nazi paranormal stuff. All of the strange rumors and theories behind the Nazi obsession with the occult during the second World War. Was Raiders of the Lost Ark full of crap or more documentary than anyone realized?!
The worst podcast ever returns! This time around, the team is talking about all dark things surrounding Disney and their parks. If this turns out to be the last episode ever, it probably means Disney hired someone to kill the ParaBabble crew.
To kick off the Halloween season, the ParaBabble team discovers a new paranormal hot bed they'd never heard of before from across the ocean! If you haven't heard of the Mackenzie Poltergeist, get ready to hear about one of the more violent hauntings the team has ever done research on.
Keeping with a theme that there are places in the world oozing with a very specific and very strange kind of paranormal phenomenon, the team looks into Marley Woods. It's located... somewhere and it's owned by... some people. It's all very hush hush, but the stories coming out of there are very similar to some other paranormal hot spots such as Skinwalker Ranch and the Bridgewater Triangle.
An episode about conventions? Yes. The ParaBabble team thought it would be fun to look back on the years of conventions they attended as both guests and vendors. Hear all about Rob's encounter with larpers, Jeff's fake head tattoo, crazy convention goers, and anything else you never wanted to know about the paranormal convention world.
While the ParaBabble team may have done their fair bit of research on Bigfoot, aliens, and the Mothman, they learn that there's always something else out there when they research the Loveland Frog. Only in Ohio are the frogs 4 feet tall and carry magic wands.
The gang records an episode on location at Iron Island Museum in Buffalo, NY. They've brought a bunch of newbies to the museum for an investigation and give their thoughts on the location they've been visiting for 10 years. Listen really close to this one and let us know if you catch any EVP's... besides the ones we play!
ParaBabble finally gets around to covering that folklore topic they'd been promising. Listen as they try to stretch out the success of Japanese Bathroom Demons and then make themselves all sound really old by trying to figure out what creepy pasta is.
In episode 75 of ParaBabble, the team dives into the recent trend of the Momo challenge. Is Momo real? Why do kids listen to it? Who would win in a fight between Momo and Mothman? All of these questions and more are answered in this edition of ParaBabble! Also, it only took 75 episodes, but we finally sound professional with a new audio set up!
While doing research for an episode about folklore (which is coming), Rob discovers the amazing abundance of Japanese Bathroom demons that exist and takes over the show with them. Plus, we just really wanted to name an episode "Japanese Bathroom Demons". Also Jeff tries to make it about the bible.
ParaBabble is officially back! For real this time. The gang gets back together and decides to babble on about what they're most familiar with- ghost hunting and paranormal research. Listen as they go from being jaded and burned out after 10 years of this stuff to coming up with crazy new ideas that sparks their ghost hunting bug again!
In a really bad mistake in interpretation, Rob thinks the episode that was supposed to be about mysterious disappearances is all about the most horrendous unsolved murders he can find. This one gets kind of dark. Alison tries to lighten the mood with a story about a missing kid, but by the end we think we may have broken Jeff.
Changelings are things that fairies replace kids with or something. We still aren't exactly sure. We just know it's not like the Angelina Jolie movie. Bonus drinking game fun for this episode: take a drink every time Jeff or Rob mispronounces the word "Changeling" (Change-Ling).
In a random episode that started off as one thing and ended up as another, Jeff grills Alison about her knowledge of various forms of psychic readings for an hour while Rob remains very confused by everything. Jeff needs to learn all about Tarot cards, tea leaf readings, and anything and everything to do about psychic mediums!
After cheating death with several controversial episodes that rattled the cages of the CDC, US government, and the Vatican, will this finally be the episode that gets the ParaBabble crew murdered? Maybe. You'll know if this is the last episode. If not, the Atheist Satanic Reptilians being led by Beyonce have failed.
The ParaBabble team takes on the super new agey-mystic topic of dreams and dream interpretation. What do they all mean? Why do we dream? More specifically, why does one Babbler dream about beer and pop tarts? You'll have to listen to find out the answer to all of these life changing questions.
In an amazing (?) return, the Parababble team discovers that the Mothman has returned after a 50 year absence. Actually Rob discovered it and hijacks what was supposed to be a general crypto episode to talk about Mothman for another hour. Jeff and Alison may consider committing him soon. What this really means is that you should probably avoid bridges in the Chicago area. Also look out for anyone claiming to be from Lanulos.
The team had an idea for a topic, but then they get a call from listener Big J that sets them off on a tangent about all things ghost related... literally. You know it's an extremly intelligent hour of conversation when expert Ke$ha is brought in to explain everything in an episode that finally answers those ghostly questions you always wanted to know, but were too afraid to ask!
In another alien centric episode, the Babblers are still on location at Paranormal Oddities where they proclaim Joe to be their resident UFO expert. Rob and Jeff get carried away with the alien talk again and Alison asks one of life's toughest questions: Would you rather meet a ghost or an alien? If this turns out to be the last episode of ParaBabble, the government totally killed all of us because we were getting too close to the truth.
The ParaBabble crew records an episode on location at Paranormal Oddities; a store specializing in all things paranormal and... odd. They're joined by Joe; the owner of the store, founder of Paranormal Crossroads Live, and future UFO expert, to discuss all things paranormal and bizarre.
In this episode of ParaBabble, the team argues about whose horrible idea it was to do this episode. They discuss thing... made from human skin. This episode does raise many interesting questions; the most of which is how we managed to talk about stuff made of human skin for over an hour. There might be something seriously wrong with the Babblers.
For the second year in a row, the ParaBabble team celebrates the holidays in their own... unique way. Last year was all about Krampus and while the team still has nothing but respect for the big cloven footed Xmas demon, this year they tried finding even stranger holiday traditions. Yes, even stranger than the Xmas goblins and pooping beings/logs from last year. Alison discovers a giant burning goat. Rob shares a list of his favorite holiday movies to raise everyone's Christmas spirit (and murderous tendencies). Jeff tries to discredit Santa's credentials with one of the most insane conspiracy theories ever brought to the ParaBabble table.
Technically this is an old episode, but how much can we really say about Krampus? We already talked about him for 2 years straight. The ParaBabble crew celebrate the season with their first holiday podcast.They give all the info on Krampus, but also dive into other strange holiday traditions from around the world. Catalonia gets called out for their crap. Rob can't pronounce the name of Greek Xmas Goblins. Jeff finds a fun new twist on the yule log. Alison likes the Italian version of Santa. Also, no one gets offended at all.