Thursday, November 15, 2018


What happens when we dream? What amazing secrets are unlocked in our minds while we sleep? This episode will probably put you to sleep. We meet a woman who thinks her husband (or ex-husband) is a skunk. Also...BOWL OF KEYS PARTY!!! Good night.

Thursday, November 8, 2018

ISO 313: Spark Up Another Heater

Vikings settled in Greenland, but when the church came along...350 YEARS LATER!...they were long gone. What happened to the vikings? What happened to the church's money? Did all of it make to Canada and intermarry with the natives? Who knows?

Thursday, November 1, 2018

ISO 312: Victorian Cosplay With Francis Hitching

This week, we look into the mysterious world of a fictional character...Sherlock Holmes. Did Sir Arthur Conan Doyle base his character on himself? Was he secretly a detective? No, he believed in fairies, but people wanted him to investigate their cases. Also...FRANCIS HITCHING!!!

Thursday, October 25, 2018

ISO 311: We Missed the Combover

This week's episode brings us the tale of Native American Astronomers, but since it's the 1970's, they refer to them as Indians, because of course they do. There is apparently a woodhenge in the US that is (was) more accurate than Stonehenge. Naturally, all that ancient people do is make calendars.

Thursday, October 18, 2018

ISO 310: Black Hole Under The Sea

We venture back to the Bermuda Triangle to talk about pirates, matey. Pirates who apparently use the myths and legends of the triangle to abscond with people's boats. We have some far out weirdness discussed, but all in all, the episode might actually make sense.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

ISO 309: I'm No Expert In Hallucinations

This week, we look at the hunters of the imaginary monsters. We meet what is probably a drinking group who use mythical monsters as an excuse to get away from their wives. We also get a bit of resistance from a skeptic.

Thursday, October 4, 2018

ISO 308: We'll Just Call Him Robert Goulet

Another triangle. This time, we look at the strange occurrences of disappearances in and above the Great Lakes. This episode is shockingly devoid of statistics and science. I know, it's surprising that In Search Of.. would sink to the lowest common denominator.