A Cult Leader from Texas and a Giant Worm from Ohio and a Walk into a Bar
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Hey Misfits! Steve and Emmy are back with a brand new episode that’s going to rock your socks off. Emmy kicks it off with the story of the True Way cult — a religion that believed God would appear on a local retail shopping TV channel to save the world from impending destruction. Somehow, that’s not the most ridiculous part: all of the believers were forced to live in middle-of-nowhere Texas where they definitely got barbecue sauce on their all-white uniforms and cowboy hats (at least according to Steve). Emmy passes it off to Steve who tells us about some crazy cryptids like “SinkHole Sam” — a giant ugly worm discovered by the one and only Dr. Erasmus Quattlebaum (yup, that’s a real guys name). They also chat through the Loveland Frogman, who Emmy believes may just be a wet pickle. If you want to hear more from Steve and Emmy, remember to tune in every Thursday for more mind-blowing and hysterical content. You can also check out our blog on our website: misfitsandmysteries.com And be sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @podcast_misfits --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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