Thursday, May 24, 2018

ISO 215: This Is My Hamster Question

We're all gonna die!!! No, seriously, we are. This week's episode talks about the idea of immortality. But it really doesn't say much about it. We think it was just an excuse to show women in bikinis and kill a hamster several times.

Intro: Oliver

Thursday, May 17, 2018

ISO 214: Come Play With Us

In what will probably be our shortest episode of this series, we look at the real mainstream beginnings of DNA research. There is not a whole lot of anything in this episode that makes it In Search Of.... We actually recorded this episode before last week's episode because it was so dry.

Intro: Mystery Voice

Thursday, May 10, 2018

ISO 213: The Cat Lady And Fashion Crimes

This week, we talk about a case that was solved in 1991...stay tuned for the end of the episode. We look at the "evidence" that maintains that Anna Anderson is actually The Grand Duchess Anastasia of Russia. Unlike next week's episode, this episode is fun to listen to.

Intro: Jason/Jeff Sessions

Thursday, May 3, 2018

ISO 212: Swimming In Electric Wetsuits

Once again, In Search Of... tries to become a nature show. The first third of this episode is spent talking about shark attacks and shows guys chumming the waters. Then we're swept away to Fiji where nobody is ever attacked by sharks, except when they are.

Intro: Heavy D

Thursday, April 26, 2018

ISO 211: Dr. Wombat And The Bowl Of Keys

Finally! A woo-based episode that provides us a good amount of snark and laughter. Do people live many lives based on karma? Probably not. We do have the return of an old friend from previous episodes.

Intro: Dave Brodbeck

Thursday, April 19, 2018

ISO 210: Pay By The Square Centimeter

The Dead Sea Scrolls were buried in a series of caves many centuries ago and not found until 1947. In this episode, they're buried at the beginning and they seem to be an afterthought. This is a fairly dry episode and we are low on snark and laughter.

Intro: Mystery Voice

Monday, April 16, 2018

Episode 26: Listening to Experts

In this episode, Dr. Steve Cloutier joins me to discuss why people tend to listen more to celebrities than to people who are experts in fields being discussed. We also meander off-topic as is custom on this podcast.