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"Where Did the Road Go?" is my favorite by far of all media for those who are fascinated by unexplained mysteries. I'm an unabashed fan of creepy encounters of all kinds…as long as they happen to someone else. Cryptids, ghosts, spirits, faeries, Bigfoot, Mothman, UFO's, strange disappearances. It's not hard to find TV and radio shows devoted to these topics. But it's really rare for a show to consistently produce great content or for a host to be so well-informed. "Where Did the Road Go" delivers time after time with thoughtful and thought-provoking discussions of every phenomenon I named and many more that I'd never heard of. The "common" topics take uncommon directions as host Seriah Azkath explores, for example, the similarities between Bigfoot encounters and UFO encounters. Listeners are often left to ponder how the collective consciousness impacts our perception of reality. And if consciousness can shape reality…where does the road go?Read full review »
Morag MacGregor via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/29/15
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Don’t let the cover art fool you this podcast is pure fire. Sariah is one of the few sane voices in such matters and is a joy to listen to. The show lives up to its name.
h4ckrabbit via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/05/19
Seriah and his guests produce some of the best conversations on the weird. Hands down my favorite podcast in this space
readmarx via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/26/20
This show is awesome!!! I subscribed after hearing the first episode live on WVBR and ever since I look forward every week to a new episode. All shows explore interesting topics with top notch guests. The host, Seriah Azkath is well researched and does a great job at asking questions that give...Read full review »
Timothy Binder via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/12/13
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