Once again we round up the people working hardest to spread misinformation.
Skeptoid answers another round of questions sent in by friendly folks all over the world.
Some great ways to think about all the current UFO craze.
Was this megalithic site in the South Pacific built by the people who lived there at the time, or by aliens?
In which we wrap up 2022 by letting Skeptoid premium members Ask Me Anything.
The latest form of magnet therapy promises to cure everything from headaches to cancer.
Is it true that mosquitoes like some people better than others?
The latest news, and some clips, from my indie documentary The UFO Movie THEY Don't Want You to See!
Legend has it this ghost light has been spooking people in Missouri for hundreds of years.
A roundup of easy techniques anyone can employ to better discern accurate news reports from false ones.
In this bizarre psychiatric condition, healthy children lapse into a coma that may last for years.
Some say that drinking moderate amounts of alcohol actually has certain health benefits.
Skeptoid corrects another round of errors from past episodes.
Do humans use pheromones to turn each other on? The science so far says... uhh, we have no idea.
A look at six times when there was a major paradigm shift in science.
This story of alien visitation in Brazil from 1996 claims to be the most convincing proof we have.
Opponents of electric cars claim that the power grid can't keep up with the growing demand for electricity.
Is your smartphone eavesdropping on your conversation?
Beware of this creepy cryptid, or you might just fall in love with it.
Pop culture tells us that a conspiracy is what killed GM's EV1 in 2002. But is an exotic explanation really needed?
How much truth was there to the prison escape story of Henri Charrière?
Some more of the episodes where I went in with one idea, and came out with another.
Some of the episodes where I went in expecting one thing, but found something different.