Discussion and Interviews on Cryptozoology
I'll admit that while I've always liked the idea of the Loch Ness Monster, I've never believed the standard monsters of cryptozoology fame. When Skeptic Magazine promoted Monster Talk as one of it's only 2 sponsored podcasts, I started listening to it. So, I've been listening since episode 1 or 2. This is not something i would normally listen to. I listen to a wide variety of science and skeptical podcasts, but monsters are not a special interest of mine. The shows have a lot of discussion over traditional cryptozoological monsters and interviews with scientists. Some episodes are definitely more interesting than others and it is probably worth it to check out the subject if your time is limited to make sure you start on one where the topic is of interest to you. The dynamic and cohesiveness of the 3 hosts ebbs and flows. It's erratic. I'm rather glad the podcast only comes out 1-2 times per month or I could not keep up with it. In the case of this podcast, YMMV.Read full review »
adrienne10 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/25/11
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Please have more interviews with Ken Feder.
Mightycurt via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/23/11
These folks get some quality guests, who really know their stuff. I haven't heard a bad episode yet. Everyone one has been interesting and informative, as well as fun. Keep them coming, guys! Oh - and I have been known to actually go back and re-listen to previous episodes - something I...Read full review »
Skulleigh via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/29/10
I'm a skeptic and a rationalist who also has a bit of a perverse love of monsters and the myths surrounding them. But virtually every TV show, podcast, book, and film surrounding these elusive legends is focused around teasing the woo-factor. Enter Monster Talk, a great show hosted by...Read full review »
pixelkitties via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/08/12
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