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Wide Atlantic Weird
An Irish podcast about why people believe weird things. A critical look at cryptids, UFOs and conspiracies. Enter the Cabin In The Woods with Cian and his guests (but have a beer handy!)
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 15 ratings
Good listen
Very informative & Cian has an easy voice to listen to
Townmap via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/28/20
Listen to this podcast!
I love this podcast for it’s balanced interpretations of all things mysterious and eerie, refreshing to hear good critical takes without pessimism. It’s fun and perfect spooky season listening! Thanks to the in-depth research behind this show I’m learning lots about more about stories that have...Read full review »
Vicky E.J. via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 09/30/20
Good podcast
The men on this show are engaging and interesting to listen to; they keep the pace going. The only show that was a bit of a pain to get through was their show about QAnon. These men don’t live in the US nor do they understand the US. I’m not a Q person, but I’ve seen enough of their content...Read full review »
Snorpthus D via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/12/20
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