SFR 481: Perchance To Dream

–Strange Frequencies Radio is underway and, what? No announcements? Jason is too happy because he has finally gone mobile, just now realizing after nearly a decade that his iPhone earbuds have a built-in microphone. He’s hands-free like the rest of the world.
–Bobby is cooking for himself and the kids at home recently, and this leads us to those infuriating philosophical debates, such as: what is a sandwich? Is cereal a soup? But it also ends up with us talking about the perfect burger.
–We discuss competitive eating, and talk about our favorites. Like Youtube star Randy Santel, and Jason’s personal favorite chugger, also on Youtube, Badlands Booker.
SFR_Eye–Have you ever had a peanut butter bacon burger?
–Now, as if Jiffy on a burger isn’t weird enough, what’s happening in the world of the weird? Well, our listeners told us some stories involving dreams they’ve had that have come true, and other weird deja vu type of moments. Bobby shares a couple of his own from his family. But Jason doesn’t often remember his dreams, so can’t add much.
–We learn that Alex Trebek has recently been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. As the saying goes, there is no stage 5. Have people beat it before? Yes. But it’s rare, and we wish Mr. Trebek all the best in what will truly be the fight of his life.
–Jason solved an unsolved mystery! Well, kind of. In his recent rewatching of old Unsolved Mysteries episodes, he came across an old favorite involving a story called the Circleville Writer. With a little bit of googling, he has an (obvious) suspect.
–Bobby and Jason have been to West Virginia about 6 or 7 times for the Mothman Festival. Will they travel back to the state again someday for the Flatwoods Monster museum? It’s possible..
–What do the Freqs want us to talk about on the show? A variety of things, as usual, from Bigfoot erotica (as usual) to a documentary on Netflix about Flat Earthers called Behind the Curve. Well, we haven’t seen it, but since a few people have mentioned it to Jason, he’s going to check it out. Bobby says he is not interested.
–As promised, we delve into the topic of toxic masculinity. Jason was surprised to find out Bobby isn’t too keen on the label, because neither is he. It seems we just kind of feel like masculinity, like femininity, are necessary in the world because they create balance. And just like there is no such thing as toxic femininity, or toxic blackness, there is no such thing as toxic masculinity. Instead, there are just bad people doing bad things, and it has nothing to do with with their gender, color, or otherwise.
–Also as promised, we finally get a chance to delve back into fake hate crime reports, and answer some of the criticism we got from two weeks ago. Jason talks about how hate crimes are technically up, but they’re way down since ‘96. But are there really more hate motivated attacks as media reports say? Maybe not. The fact is, about 1000 more agencies are collecting and reporting hate crime data now, which obviously would lead to higher numbers. Bottom line: hate crimes happen, but so do fake hate crimes. And the fake ones are more interesting to us from a psychological perspective at the moment.

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SFR 480: Be Blessed

–Strange Frequencies Radio kicks off with Bobby wishing Jason was in-studio so he could force a Guiness on him. But there’s only one beer he likes, and that isn’t it. This leads to us discussing the weird and funny things beer and wine lovers say about the smells and tastes of their favorite beverages.
–Bobby has been watching Unsolved Mysteries with his daughter, which Jason thinks can be a great teaching tool. Jason watched several episodes the night before, too, and is enjoying the detail paid to the reenactments.

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–Bobby talks about a UFO experience of his own he had right around December. Did he ever come up with an explanation?
–Jason talks a bit about the famous Hudson Valley UFO sightings, and discusses how UFO cases in particular often end up having very mundane explanations.
–Bobby shares some of his favorite ghost stories featured on Unsolved Mysteries, including the Heidi Wyrick/Haunting in Georgia case.
–Super cool listener Eric asked up to talk about recent flying humanoid/possible mothman sightings in the news, and we discuss a couple out of Indiana. We love the stories, but give a skeptical analysis of the reports just the same because that’s what we do!
–A World War 1 memorial in Maryland is under fire from humanist and Jewish groups who believe it violates the separation of church and state. We discuss the Supreme Court case that is ongoing, and give our reasons why we think the memorial should be left alone, even if it is shaped like a cross.
–Neither Jason or Bobby have a faith-based belief system. So would it surprise you to learn that they have each recently told someone that we are praying for them?
–That said, it can be tough sometimes not to lash out when the topic of religion comes up. Particularly, like Bobby, when during foster parenting classes, someone asked what to do if they get an atheistic child or, as they called them, a “devil baby.”
–Jason ends the show vowing next episode to discuss the topic of “toxic masculinity” as asked to by loyal friend and listener Bryce. He also said he will respond to critiques we received over our recent hate crime hoax discussion from last week. So make sure to stay tuned in next time for more on those topics!

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SFR 479: Hoaxing Hate

–Strange Frequencies Radio is back in your life, and before we get to the world of the weird, Bobby gives a PSA on flu shots. Turns out that, after years of getting the flu vaccine himself, he skipped this year, and got hit hard with the flu.
–While looking for weird news, Jason stumbled across the knowledge that it has been 65 years since President Eisenhower first met with aliens. We have some fun playing along.
SFR_Eye–We run through some of the different alien races and their attributes. Which would you most want to meet? We think we’re riding with the Nordics.
–Former MLB slugger, and all around weirdo Jose Canseco, is promising to take you on a Bigfoot hunt and to meet a real alien for only $5000.
Jussie Smollett’s hate crime story seems to have totally fallen apart. He is now a suspect in the filing of a false claim, and has been indicted by a grand jury with a felony. We discuss how the story came about, why we were suspicious, and how it started to come apart.
Hate crime hoaxes are in the news more and more since the election of Donald Trump. Jason runs through a few as catalogued by journalist Andy Ngo. But he asks why, if racism and sexism and homophobia are supposedly so prevalent, do so many people feel the need to invent instances of it?
–Bobby is in a political mood, and brings up Trump’s declaration of a national emergency over border security. We seem to agree that this will be tied up in the courts and, if it makes it to the Supreme Court, it will fail.
–Also, Bernie is back in the presidential running and Bobby is none too happy. Jason, however, is. But not for the policy. He just wants a couple more years of doing the impression of Bernie’s voice!
–Has Bobby become a Republican? Or has his tribe, the left, gone so extreme that he is feeling like a conservative? Here he is talking about things like opening borders, the “wealth tax” and other higher taxes, plus government run healthcare. There are drawbacks that people may not be considering.

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SFR 478: WTF Moments

–The boys are back in studio, but not before discovering shattered glass all over the floor. Who, or what, could have done this?!
–Jason tried to cheer Bobby up by giving him his belated Christmas gift, a field manual for Bigfoot hunting.
–Bobby is excited about the upcoming Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark movie. Jason remembers the book fondly, but perhaps not as terrifying as others.
photo-1–We discuss the Northam controversies, from his abortion comments through his blackface kerfuffle, before moving on to the Lt. Governor and Attorney General’s scandals as well. Bobby is incredulous, while Jason laughs like a hyena.
–In other political scandal news, Bobby brings up the latest in the downfall of Elizabeth Warren and thinks she is “done.”
–Jason brings up the Jussie Smollett hate crime story, and speaks honestly about his reasons for being suspicious initially. Bobby hopes the story is true, and Jason agrees, because the alternative is in some ways much worse.
–The FBI released their final report on the Las Vegas mass shooter, ultimately finding no clear cut motive. Jason wonders if he just wanted to experience an adrenaline rush that money couldn’t buy. But regardless of what the answer is, it would ultimately be unsatisfying.
–We also discussed a listener question centered on where it is Impossible to be happy in a society that focuses so much on the nuclear family and materialism.
–RECOMMENDATION: If you want to watch a documentary that has many “WTF” moments, and may even have you yelling at your screen, check out Abducted In Plain Sight, streaming now on Netflix.

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SFR 477: How To Get Away With Racial Slurs

Unsolved Mysteries, the show the got Jason into the paranormal and true crime, is being rebooted by Netflix. The good news is that the original production team is involved. The bad news is, we don’t know who will host. Bobby is pretty excited, while Jason has a few reservations.
–What’s on Bobby’s mind? Politics, as usual. RIght now he is enamored with the idea of Trump not being able to deliver his State of the Union address as planned.
pigandwolfSFR–He’s also thinking more about how much he pays in taxes, and is now reconsidering his political viewpoints. Jason talks again about the freedom of being tribeless and how political parties should die out.
–It’s time for us to talk about the latest viral outrage story of the week: MAGA kids vs Native American. We discuss how quickly the narrative fell apart, and how disappointed we are that political activists find it perfectly acceptable to demonize teenagers. Plus, how is it that the Black Hebrew Israelites, who were the one group there actually shouting racist and sexually derogatory terms, got such a big pass?
–CNN analyst Areva Martin accuses David Webb of “white privilege” before learning he, too, is black. Jason’s favorite story of the previous week!
–We received an email from “a true gentleman” who disagreed a bit with our take last week that consumers should buy the best products for the lowest prices, saying that political viewpoints should be more involved. Bobby talks about how, while he used to feel revulsion at shopping at a place like Hobby Lobby, for instance, he now is so concerned about saving money that he overlooks the CEOs views.
–We end the show with a recommendation and a reminder. Bobby recommends the show YOU on Netflix, a story of handsome stalker Joe Goldberg who inserts himself into the life of his love interest, Beck. Jason says that, by the time this podcast is made available, Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes, will be streaming on Netflix. So there ya go. Two good looking bad guys; one fictional, and the other very much not.

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SFR 476: After the Shutdown

–Hey, we’re back after our hiatus and guess what? Tech problems were waiting for us. Typical SFR, in other words…
–So why did we go on hiatus, anyway? It centered on Bobby’s job interfering with our recording times. After he spent half of our 10yr anniversary podcast either away from the mic, or mentally checked out, we knew it was time to step away until things cleared up.
–Are Jason and Bobby going back into ghost hunting? It’s possible! Not because we believe in ghosts again, but because an acquaintance of Bobby’s is reporting some classically interesting issues at a house he has been working on. Might be get the chance to experience it ourselves? If so, it will definitely make good show fodder.
–A new Ghostbusters movie, this time an actual sequel to the 80s films, is in production and set to be released in the summer of 2020. We’re definitely pumped. As Jason said, “it’s what I wanted all along.”
–Bobby got caught up in one of his wife’s favorite shows on Bravo. Learning that it was a true crime story, he read more into it and find out there is a podcast telling the story, and he’s really enjoying it. Today he recommends that podcast, Dirty John.
–A smorgasbord of topics, be it the “controversy” of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, and the Baby It’s Cold outside song, Jason tells Bobby that it feels so good to be a lone wolf, without a club, and not feeling the pressure to defend your tribe when they are being stupid.
–We also get into the government shutdown and its ramifications, and the possibility that Trump will not be delivering a televised State of the Union address. Bobby doesn’t think that’s such a bad idea, and Jason openly hopes for a return to the days of Thomas Jefferson.
–Bobby brings up the “toxic masculinity” ad that Procter and Gamble recently released, and doesn’t understand why people are angry about its message. Jason thinks it is because people are tired of being lectured to by corporations. “Corporations aren’t your friends,” they just want to sell you stuff. And if you buy into it, you’re a mark. Bobby does have one criticism: where are the Mexicans?

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SFR 475: Cheers To Ten Years

–This week marks the 10th anniversary of Strange Frequencies Radio! As Jason is so fond of saying, “they said we wouldn’t last.” Who ever said that? No one.
–Cheers to ten years! Bobby and Jason share a couple cinnamon sugar rimmed glasses of beer.
cheers10years–We start our walk down memory lane by surfing over to the original blog of SFR, and reminiscing about some funny memories of our early shows and announcer.
–Bobby flips through a couple old SFR notebooks, and we are astounded at our guest lists. But we can’t help but laugh at the notes we would write to each other during the show.
–Jason is wearing the shirt he thinks he was wearing when we recorded the very first episode of Strange Frequencies Radio. He is happy that it still fits, but Bobby makes clear how much it stinks.
–Jason fills time while Bobby runs off to deal with work-related issues.
–Next, we open up our old case files from back in our ghost hunting days, sharing funny stories of our adventures together, and talking about the mistakes we made.
–OMG, EVPs! Yes, we’ve talked about them for years. Now you can listen to a couple pieces of audio we captured ourselves.
–There is no way we can get through all the stuff we want to today, so there is definitely going to have to be a follow-up episode next week.
–Jason closes the show by reciting his “ghost rap” once more. See you next week!

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SFR 474: Solid Rod of Pain

–It’s been a few weeks since we’ve been with you, thanks for sticking with us. Bobby spent the past few days in Florida, while Jason still awaits an invitation someday.
–There’s UFOs over Ireland, and we’re not surprised.
–A quick reminder that next week is our 10 year anniversary episode! Holy crap!

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–Election results and what it means for the immediate future, complete with Breakfast Club references
–Is Hillary running again? A former Clinton aide sure thinks so.
–Who could beat Trump in the next election? Will it have to be a celebrity?
Stan Lee has passed away at the age of 95, and while his last years seemed sad, the legacy he left is undeniable. Excelsior!
–The Satanic Temple is suing Netflix, claiming copyright infringement related to a statue of Baphomet.
–Carol asks our opinions on “Incels,” and we respond. Bobby finds it hard to believe they exist. Jason feels bad for some of them, but has a few suggestions.
–Nathan and Pterodactyl Mike want to hear quotes from Bigfoot erotica. Jason is happy to oblige, while Bobby gets more and more uncomfortable.
–Stay tuned for next week’s 10yr Anniversary show!

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SFR 473: Halloween History | Guest: Lesley Bannatyne

–You thought that witches were going to hex Kavanaugh and just get away with it? Oh, hell no! Now an exorcist has stepped into the fray with strong words and a mass of his own. Who will emerge victorious?
–The Freqs have a lot on their mind this week, everything from aliens, illegal aliens, and murder. But one question on immortalism has piqued Bobby’s interest.
halloween-michaelmyers-masked-daylight-700x321–Jason does his best to give a non-spoiler Halloween review while Bobby runs upstairs to deal with a stolen credit card issue. Once he returns, we talk about the good and bad as it relates to H40.

In our next segment, we chat a while with Halloween historian Lesley Bannatyne. Along the way we learn about when and how Samhain morphed into what we celebrate today, talk a bit about Devil’s Night, and find out some of her own favorite Halloween getups consist of. Fun discussion!

–After the interview, Bobby laments the loss of veteran character actor James Karen, and we discuss a few of his more memorable roles in films like Poltergeist and Return of the Living Dead.
–We close the show with our Halloween spoiler review, so if you haven’t seen the movie, or don’t want to know about the plot twists, you’ll have your chance to avoid the last segment.
–Strange Frequencies Radio returns in two weeks. Happy Halloween!

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SFR 472: Hairy And Scary | Guest: Linda Godfrey

–Strange Frequencies Radio is back in your life, and we’re mystified about the story of a “vampire child” burial, where a rock is placed in their mouth. Spit it out, Vlad!
–A Salem house, which may or may not really have belonged to John Proctor, is up for sale. The joy goes out of Bobby’s eyes.
–Jason tries to rejuvenate him with a story of witches putting a “hex” on Brett Kavanaugh. But their repeated past failures to “bind” Trump lets you know how this will go.
–Bobby goes off on a quick rant about Trump and tariffs. Jason talks about the Proud Boys and their hilarious (or maybe dumb) initiation ritual.
–Jason is worried about the state of his headphones.
–The SFR fans, aka Freqs, chime in with requests for show material, and Bobby explains that “haunted houses” are not about ghosts at all, but architecture instead.
–About this time, Bobby’s kids, who are supposed to be in bed, come to the door and interrupt the show to tell us that their dog barked and they think someone is in the yard. The drama builds while we take a break to investigate…
–We’re back, and everyone is still alive. Bobby grabs a can of Pumpkin Tart by Vivant, and neither he or Jason likes it. Bobby only gives it 1/2 a Jack o Lantern rating and says it tastes like a candle, while Jason continues to try and get the bad taste out of his mouth.

In our next segment, we welcome author and werewolf investigator Linda Godfrey onto the show to discuss her life collecting stories of The Beast of Bray Road, and other strange creatures. She talks a bit about the history of werewolves, explains why the Elkhorn police once carried silver bullets, and even tells us her personal favorite werewolf movie (which makes us very happy). *Brief audio issue early*

–After the interview, we talk about some of our favorite lesser known horror movies. Bobby recommends The Gate, while Jason asks people to check out a 1974 Bob Clark film called “Deathdream” or “Dead of Night.” But there’s a bunch more recommended by the Facebook Freqs that are worthy of checking out!

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SFR 471: Mostly Ghostly

–Bobby kicks off the show by playing the Ramones’ Pet Sematary, which is a perfect intro to talking about the new Pet Sematary movie trailer.
–Remember those Cottingley fairy photos we were hoping to buy, or have gifted to us? Well, they sold at auction for far more than we are worth, and though we’re checking our mailboxes, they don’t seem to be forthcoming.
–Bobby gives an update on a creepy culty religion some mutual friends followed along with years ago, and it’s a lot more disturbing than we once knew.
–This guy isn’t inspiring much confidence by saying a ghost planted meth on him.
Brown_lady–The SFR audience wanted to hear more about Jason and Bobby’s ghost hunting days, and that’s what they got! We do a q&a session from Facebook that covers our experiences at Fort Mifflin, whether any theories were too “out there” for us, and if we ever had reason to get nervous or scared on a ghost hunt. That, and much more was answered!
–From there, we get into some of our favorite ghost movies, choosing from classics like Ghostbusters and Sixth Sense, as well as others like Frighteners and House on Haunted Hill.The Freqs, as always, come through with some great selections, too!
–Now it’s paranormal story time, where first we tell some really creepy tales of personal paranormal experiences sent in by listeners. We finish with a few of our own; Jason tells the story of the time he had a run-in with his mom’s spirit mimic, while Bobby talks about an encounter with a flanneled phantom, as well as a free-floating shadow (and spooky girl’s voices) he once filmed. Thanks to the music of Dark Music World, Lucas King, and even more Dark Music World that provided the soundtrack and spooky atmosphere.

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SFR 470: Werewolf October

–It’s the first show of Werewolf October!
–We asked our audience what they wanted to hear on Strange Frequencies Radio, and the results were clear. People want the woo! Well, more woo they shall get. Both today, and throughout the coming weeks culminating in our 10 year anniversary show coming at the end of November.
–Bobby’s dad saw an “alien big cat” at Swan Creek Metropark, sometime over twenty years ago. Bobby calls him up, and we hear the tale firsthand. Jason can hardly contain his excitement at the prospect of paranormal portals.
–The original Cottingley Fairies photos are going up for auction, and we both wish we owned them. Here’s to hoping they are purchased by a skeptical researcher, or perhaps donated as a gift to a couple of very appreciative podcast hosts.

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–We dig through a new Pew Research study about New Age beliefs, and how both the religiously affiliated and unaffiliated tend to hold a belief in at least one.
–What kind of “super power” would you like to have? Jason seems to remember Bobby discussing this very thing on the show not long ago. We also discuss what kind of animal we would like to be, and Jason realizes he’s already a cat.
–Bobby delves into his very unique Beatles theory, explaining how the band was actually from the future, and that we wrote the songs. You know what, just listen for yourself, because it’s wild.
–Is Paul really dead?
–Night of the Living Dead premiered 50 years ago this week, and we talk about our favorite movie in the “Dead” franchise.
–Since it’s Werewolf October, we discuss some of ours and the “Freqs” favorite werewolf movies. Jason and Bobby, of course, agree on Silver Bullet.
–Bobby says there is hope of Toys R Us coming back. Could this be true? Kinda sorta maybe.
–Bobby recently learned that Faces of Death was mostly fake, and talks about an interview he heard with the director.
(((END TIMES)))
–At a recent rally, Trump mocks the foggy memory of Kavanaugh accuser Christine Ford.
–Does Trump owe a lot of money to the IRS?
–Is Democratic enthusiasm waning? The Kavanaugh topic is charging up the base in different ways. Bobby thinks Kavanaugh comes across as too partisan by taking digs at Democrats. Jason brings up an anti-Trump quote from Ruth Bader Ginsburg to make the point that partisanship swings both ways.

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SFR 469: Unwanted Advances

–Jason is back in-studio for the second week in a row. It’s always a better show when the boys are together. However, Jason can’t find his microphone’s pop filter, but Bobby found where the cat drug it just before we went on-air.
Bill Cosby is sentenced to 3-10 years in prison for his conviction of sexual assault. While it falls within the sentencing guidelines, we each wish this violent sexual predator could have gotten a tougher sentence.
–A New York firefighter says he sees ghosts, angels, aliens, and more. He also claims to have healing abilities. Seriously, as wild as it sounds, it’s actually a lot wilder than you think. Just listen.
jasonbobby–We give an update on the mysterious closing of a New Mexico observatory that we discussed last week. The FBI is now saying it had to do with a child porn investigation. Well, Bobby isn’t buying it. How very conspiratorial of him!
–Sticking with alien-related stories, cattle mutilations in Queensland have one couple blaming aliens, or maybe even robots! Wait…was it robot aliens? Or maybe even alien robots? The SFR audience isn’t sure. Still, there are good scientifically skeptical explanations for situations like this.
–A former drummer for Beyonce has accused her of “extreme witchcraft” that has targeted her finances and made sexual attacks against her. While it is possible this woman is disturbed, Jay-Z and Beyonce have each been targets of Illuminati allegations before.
–Halloween is another week closer, and again we talk about our favorite creepy movies. This time, we stick with vampire movies. What is your favorite? Because Bobby and Jason ended up agreeing.
–Next, we tackle overprotective parenting, and talk about how curmudgeonly we are each getting as we hate all over the younger generation’s favorite video games.
–Bobby shares a sad story about his 13yo dog, Bosco. Though the news isn’t good, it may have ended up better than he expected. There is hope.
–END TIMES:
–The United Nations laughs at Trump as he touts his accomplishments. Jason laughs at how he talks.
–As of the time we’re recording this, the Kavanaugh hearing has not yet happened, but by the time Bobby uploads the audio, it will have taken place. Still, we run down the sexual misconduct allegations against the Supreme Court nominee and give a few of our thoughts. Bobby thinks it is smart that so much focus is being put on Kavanaugh’s history of heavy drinking. Meanwhile, Jason struggles most with the lack of contemporaneous corroboration for the most serious accusations, and also laments how mean-spirited political discussions have become.

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SFR 468: Who Do We Appreciate?

–Strange Frequencies Radio is here, and Jason is back in-studio for the first time in a month or so.
–Somehow the revelation is made that Jason once licked his cat, Wally, to get him to calm down. It didn’t work.
–That reminded Bobby of a story involving a guy who was licked by his dog, and ended up with a bacteria that caused him to need his arms, legs, and even half his nose amputated.

Don’t feed us after midnight!

–A UK mum has been terrorized for months by the creepy singing of a nursery rhyme in the middle of the night. Where was it coming from and why? The rapid response team is on the case!
–Elon Musk announces the name of the first “space tourist” who will board the SpaceX Big Falcon Rocket, and some folks are convinced he is a dead man walking.
–A solar observatory in New Mexico closed under mysterious circumstances, and there have been no clear answers forthcoming. Some, of course, jumped to an explanation involving aliens. Bobby calls Pterodactyl Mike, who has a more probable hypothesis.
–Halloween season is approaching, and while Jason and Bobby are excited to see the new Halloween movie next month, right now we’re wondering what our listeners’ go-to films for this time of year are. After reading some great picks posted on our Facebook page, Bobby talks about his love of the original Halloween, while Jason’s favorite Friday the 13th entry is Part 6: Jason Lives.
-END TIMES-
–Bobby has been watching the Supreme Court coverage, and throws a tantrum at the liberals and progressives who didn’t support Clinton, and ultimately put America is this position.
–Once he calms down, we talk about the sexual assault allegation against Kavanaugh, and while Bobby ponders how far we can go into someone’s past to nail them on something, Jason asks a question right at the end of the show that causes him to reconsider.

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SFR 467: How To Make Money On A Disaster

–Strange Frequencies Radio begins, and Bobby professes to miss doing the show together in-studio. Jason reaffirms his belief that Bobby is conspiring to keep him away from his house, detailing instances where the kibosh as been put on his recent attempts to come over.
–But on a more serious note: by the time this podcast is uploaded, Hurricane Florence will be hitting the Carolinas, and we give some good thoughts for the people of the area. Bobby, on the other hand, is happy to be making money off of it.
–Fall is approaching, and Bobby, being the basic bitch he is, talks about his love of all things pumpkin spice. Including shaving creams! Jason says this has gone too far, and vows to intervene.
–That said, Bobby’s weekly segment of pumpkin spice beer reviews are back! This week, he samples New Belgium’s Atomic Pumpkin, and it gets a very low rating.
goofymugs–Jason brings up the news of Alex Jones’ viewership declining in the wake of his bans from various social media platforms. Bobby thinks it’s “only temporary,” though Jason brings up Milo’s disappearing act after his pedophilia comment scandal. Still, he wonders how feasible it is to build an alternative to, say, Youtube and bring content memberships directly to their audience.
–Pope Francis is finally preparing a response to the allegations that he provided cover for a sexual abuser of children. Bobby reiterates his desire for a “Mueller-type investigation,” while Jason cynically believes that church won’t go nearly far enough in their response to this ongoing crisis.
–Throughout the show, Bobby has been stopping the recording of the show so he can attend to work issues. Here, he gives an update on what’s been happening.
–According to a new Harris poll, Taco Bell is America’s favorite Mexican restaurant. This tickles Jason, though he understands its only common sense for national chains to get more love than local spots in a national survey. Still! Later, Bobby the Foodie drops knowledge about a newer pizza chain to Jason the Fatty, who has never heard of it.
–What one paranormal/supernatural thing do we wish were true? A fun question from our friend Pastor Shingledecker results in conversations about the afterlife, Bigfoot, and even God itself.
–Jason asks Bobby if he has any political topics in mind for an End Times segment, and he really doesn’t. Though he does quickly bring up a Stormy Daniels tell-all book, and we immediately go limp.

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SFR 466: Bobby, Take The Wheel!

–Jason has a text document with several stories lined up for SFR, but hands the show over to Bobby because there is ONE STORY he wanted to spend the broadcast on. But first…
–SFR’s recording almost had to be delayed this week, as Bobby’s oldest daughter spent some time in the hospital recently.
–We briefly bring up the story of the Dubai flight quarantined at JFK with multiple ill passengers. Jason breaks the news to a very surprised Bobby that none other than Vanilla Ice was onboard!
–The ONE STORY that Bobby wanted to talk about? Trump-related, of course. He starts with the upcoming book from Bob Woodward, and asks Jason if he thinks its release is being timed to do maximum damage to the president.
bobbytakethewheel–From here, Bobby moves on to the anonymous Op-Ed published by the New York TImes from a “senior official” who is, along with others, working to undermine Trump’s worst instincts to save the country.
–We speculate as to who the insider is, with the first name Bobby mentions being Kellyanne Conway. Jason mentioned that the NYT seemed to indicate it was a male, by tweeting the pronoun “he,” but Bobby thinks it may be a ruse.
–One fun “theory” floating around on the internet is that the author is none other than vice president Mike Pence. It all centers around the use of the word “lodestar” and the VPs use of it in prior speeches.
–Jason is concerned that this effort will backfire. Knowing there to be a “mole,” Trump and his most ardent supporters in the administration may now distrust, and even work to remove, any dissenting voices. That’s a bad thing for the country.
–Bobby mentions the potential of invoking the 25th Amendment to remove Trump, but Jason says those who consider it a viable option have not read the amendment carefully. At this moment, it would be more difficult than impeachment, and that’s already a tall order prior to the upcoming midterm elections.
–Finally, Bobby wants to hear thoughts on who the Democrats will run against Trump in 2020. Jason says the two strongest names that come to mind are Biden and Bernie, but the next year is likely to bring about other possibilities. Bobby wonders if Booker will be in the mix, but as of now he’s still “ridin’ with Biden.”

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SFR 465: A Bubble Off Plumb

–Jason opens the show stumbling over his own name, among other things. Then we learn a couple things about bubbles and plumbs.
Pope Francis is receiving increased pressure to speak out about the allegations made against him by Archbishop Vigano. We give our thoughts on whether or not the pope will or should resign, and also get reaction from the SFR listeners.
SFR_Eye–A paranormal investigator shoots twice at an intruder that isn’t there, later saying it may have been a ghost. Further research indicates this is the second time he has called police about a home invader that no one else can see.
–Jason asks how he should handle friends and/or people he follows on social media who regularly spread misinformation. Bobby shares a few thoughts, and the SFR audience gives some advice as well.
–Bobby explains why his wife is a better parent than he is because she allows their kids to question her rules or punishments. Jason is disappointed in Bobby, mainly because his story featured no kids being beaten.

THE END TIMES: In this newly named segment we cover the latest political news, with Bobby leading the discussion. Among the topics we delve into:
–Should Democrats campaign on Trump’s impeachment, or wait for the results of the Mueller investigation?
–Paying our respects to John McCain, who passed away this week.
–What are the odds Trump leaves office before the end of this term?

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SFR 464: Riveting Radio

–The introductions are barely over when Bobby jumps in wanting to talk about Alex Jones again. Last week’s commentary about his banning prompted varying feedback.
Antifa thugs club a progressive liberal over the head at a Portland rally. His crime? He was waving an American flag. Bobby says people should not feel afraid to be patriotic. Jason talks about the violence at Trump rallies and the “punch a Nazi” craze, saying that when “might makes right,” there’s going to be someone more violent (and crazy) than you.
–The ACLU calls the decision to ban Infowars “worrisome,” and says we shouldn’t be ceding control of speech to corporations and their shareholders. Furthermore, progressives are warned that censorship authority will “come back to bite them.”
jasonbobby–Tonight’s podcast has been interrupted multiple times, which you may notice in the recording. One involves Bobby having to rush upstairs to clean dog puke, then taking the time to explain he and his wife’s equal but opposite types of personal revulsion.
–Somewhere along the line, Bobby gets a call from Pterodactyl Mike about a situation at work, which Jason sarcastically says makes “riveting radio” in the process.
–Continuing along with the upbeat programming, we talk about the recent grand jury report of the Catholic church of Pennsylvania. Jason mentions one particularly disturbing detail involving a predator priest recommended for a job with Disney. Bobby discusses a conversation with his ube-Catholic father in which the idea of a “Mueller-type” investigation is done, though they may need a lot more Muellers.
Asia Argento settles a sexual assault claim while simultaneously pointing the finger at offenders like Harvey Weinstein. Not a terribly good look. But, despite her efforts to lie and downplay the situation, we are hard pressed to find her accuser to be much of a victim.
–A quick Cook Brothers update, involving soon to be released Toledo area serial killer Nathaniel Cook. What can we tell you? Not much. Let Bobby explain.
–The remainder of the show is taken up by “Trump Talk,” because sometimes there are stories we just can’t ignore. When the president’s former campaign chairman, and the president’s personal attorney both become felons on the same day, how can we resist? This is Bobby’s bread and butter, as he is admittedly obsessed with the idea of Trump being impeached. Jason just hopes the investigations proceed fairly, and that it doesn’t become another embarrassing presidential sex scandal.

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SFR 463: Relax And Eat A Taco

–The plan was to record a podcast last Friday night, on the eve of the Nelson family pig roast, with our drunk and stoned friends. But due to a late start, and excessive inebriation, it quickly went off the rails.
–The pig roast itself, however, was a smashing success. Many people showed up, enjoys great food, and refreshing beverages. But we were almost mourning the loss of Bobby, who nearly blew himself up mere hours before the festivities began.
thegang–Last year, Jason avoid eating pig brain, and we talked on the podcast about how people will gladly eat most every other part, but the brain causes them to recoil. Well, this time, Jason and Bobby ate the brain together and…it sounds like they are now on Team Recoil.
–Pterodactyl Mike, in addition to playing the part of butcher, also brought alone four Carolina Death Reaper peppers, a pepper so hot it has sent people to the hospital. Who among us would meet the challenge? Would anyone vomit into a storm drain? All is revealed!
–Alex Jones and Infowars have been banished from a variety of internet platforms, from Apple and Facebook, to Youtube and Spotify. While we agree that Jones and his ilk are awful human beings, we do have concerns about the ban. Namely, Jason doesn’t think the rules are being enforced fairly. Bobby, meanwhile, is concerned about a kind of backfire effect, where Infowars becomes more popular than ever.
–Serial killer Nathaniel Cook, one half of the Cook Brothers serial killer duo, is being released from prison after serving his twenty year sentence. Jason gives a brief history of their crimes and capture, and Bobby is afraid of what this man will do once he is back out on the streets of our hometown.
–Bobby delves back into a recent police shooting and the protests that followed, and wonders if police are in a sort of “catch 22” type predicament at times. During the discussion, listen as Bobby uses his “Hispanic privilege” to throw out the topic of white guilt, and leave Jason fumbling with the hot potato.

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SFR 462: The B Goes On

–Nothing to see here. Just a couple of aging dudes talking about their balding. Bobby has given up altogether, going from constantly wearing hats to just shaving his hair off. Jason is going to hang in there until it passes the point of ridiculousness.
–It was Jason’s birthday this past Monday! He’s finally back at Bobby’s house to collect his gift, a copy of “Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind,” to aid in his increased meditation practice. But don’t worry, he’s still going to be a lovable asshole.
–Bobby tries once more to find a beer that Jason will like; this time, a “strawberry lambic,” whatever that means. Does he finally succeed?
–Killing the ‘b’ motif, Bobby launches into news bits about the filming of Star Wars Episode IX, and how the production plans to handle Carrie Fisher’s death.
Jason Korbus and Bobby Nelson–What is that Bobby’s got in his hand? Something he stole from his daughter’s Barbie playset? No, it’s just a really tiny beard brush. Jason can’t help but cop a feel.
–Jet setting Nelson talks about his upcoming vacation, quite possibly to Dublin and London. Jason can’t believe he doesn’t know we have a dedicated Irish fanbase!
–Jason bought a keyboard recently, and has been dedicating some time each day trying to learn Coldplay songs. He wants he and Bobby to duet on “Still D.R.E.” but Bobby refuses to admit he likes the song, much to Jason’s chagrin.
–Finally we get to the story Jason has been wanting to discuss: Bigfoot erotica, as it has become a political issue in Virginia. Bobby also pretends to not know Bigfoot porn exists. C’mon, man!
–The rest of the show delves into a recent officer-involved shooting by the Toledo Police Department, and the way our local newspaper helped create racial animosity. The conversation is pretty free-flowing, and even includes some commentary by newly crowned “roving reporter” Addie Nelson about a protest happening at the mayor’s house. Later, we also get into false reports of racist cops, wars, veterans of said wars, and Jason takes the position that, for all the ways gender roles have changed (for the better!) he still believes that a man’s role should be that of a protector of women. Bobby finds this somewhat controversial, since he is accustomed to cowering while he sends his wife to investigate strange noises in the middle of the night. Different strokes!

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SFR 461: Christmas in July

–After some confusion over who would talk first, Bobby finally gets to talk about celebrating Christmas in July here on Strange Frequencies Radio.
–Bobby says that a Pennsylvania board has designated Bill Cosby as a violent sexual predator and, as such, he can’t admit to liking the Cosby Show anymore. Jason says when you spend decades drugging and raping women, that’s kind of how it goes. They speculate over Cosby’s upcoming sentencing.
–Seemingly everyone’s house has at least one “junk drawer,” or “junk cabinet.” Bobby has a whole junk room.
–The boys are planning a Halloween party, and intend to attend as Laurel and Hardy. Jason has the fat part down, but admits he would have to buy a new wardrobe.
pigandwolfSFR–Zak Bagans has purchased a portrait of Charles Manson made from the artist’s blood and Manson’s ashes. Jason and Bobby remark how, though they dislike Bagans, they think his collection of weird items is pretty incredible.
–Bobby is reminded of when Jason was posting serial killer cards on Valentine’s Day. This leads Jason to do a quick Google search and share a few funny ones.
–Jenny McCarthy is fooled by her own Google Home device into thinking she was living in a haunted house. Bobby talks about some weird things his Alexa device has done.
–How old does a car have to be until it’s considered a “classic”? And, more importantly, when does music become “the oldies,” because Jason is sick of hearing songs he grew up with on the oldies station.
–The future is looking more and more automated, whether that is self-driving cars or talking to your house, things are getting weird.
–Bobby brings up the concept of infant genetic engineering, where you can “create the baby of your dreams,” choosing gender, hair color, eye color, etc. Jason wonders if the same could be done with personality. Either way, he feels like discovery would be the greater joy, and wouldn’t want to participate in that. Bobby seems to feel the same. Besides, his son already likes Star Wars stuff, so he’s all set.
–We wrap up the show with a bit of Trump talk, covering the recent ground of the Trump – Cohen audio, to talking about Trump’s disastrous Helsinki summit with Putin from last week. Bobby is openly scared about what will come next.

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SFR 460: Professor Paranormal | Guest: Loyd Auerbach

–The show kicks off with Bobby and Jason trying to figure out where they want to begin. Should we talk about Trump and Putin? Bobby says we can’t ignore it. Should we talk about Elon Musk calling a Thai rescue diver a “pedo”? Sure. But first…
–What is a “woo woo” topic that, while you don’t believe in it, you would nevertheless like to explore further and take part in? We had lots of great responses from our Facebook friends, where it ran the gamut from past life regressions to UFO hunting.
loyd1–Bobby can’t quite give up the ghost, still being intrigued by the potential of life after death, though he admits he would be a really crappy ghost hunter these days. Jason chose transcendental meditation, not only because of the claims of “yogic flying,” but because so many celebrities (much like Scientology) are proponents of it. But he’s not about to plunk down so much money on something he’d end up snickering at.
–Why did Elon Musk called a Thai cave diver a “pedo”? Because the cave diver told him to shove his tiny submarine up his ass! That sounds like a punchline, but no, that really happened! With the threat of a lawsuit and the loss of investors looming, Musk apologized. Still, we cover the story and decide that, ultimately, people just need to be kinder to each other.

After the break, we are joined by parapsychologist Loyd Auerbach. Though we are admittedly skeptical of paranormal phenomenon, Auerbach is one of our favorites, and a guy we definitely looked up to in our own ghost hunting days. We talk to Loyd tonight about whether popular media depictions of parapsychological research help or hinder respectability, what makes the paranormal so compelling despite many not believing in it, and common mistakes ghost hunters are (still) making, even after all this time. It was a fun, but all too short conversation, and we hope to have him back again someday.

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SFR 459: You Big Baby!

–Jason kicks off the show by admonishing Bobby, because he’s been bad, and that’s what needed to be done.
–Bobby talks about seeing 4th of July fireworks celebrations four times this year. Jason prefers staying home and just listening to them. But the boys agree that many last too long
–Somehow the guys start talking about how they wanted to beat up a beggar and a woman earlier today.
pigandwolfSFR–Jason harkens back to World UFO Day last week to talk about his silly evidence that he found of alien contact. Bobby tells a terrific story about his grandfather tricking him as a child.
–Are there any cool movies coming out soon? Not sure. But Sam Elliott is in one about killing Hitler and Bigfoot that sounds like a hoot.
–Bobby begins to talk about his recent bug bite, and this causes us to talk about the weird or dumb ways in which we ended up with different scars.
–Bobby has a new passion for baking bread, and Jason just wants to eat it. Bobby shares his bread recipe, and Jason laments not being invited over to his house for SFR this week, preventing him from fulfilling his dreams of butter and cheese.
–If you want a story that reinvigorates your love of the human spirit, and not to mention science and engineering, the Thai cave rescue story should do just that.
–We went almost a whole show without bringing up Donald Trump. But when we did, it was only to briefly mention the giant Trump baby balloon that could be soon hovering over London.
–If we had a million dollars…well, we’d probably blow a lot of it on some really dumb shit.
–Toys R Us is no more and we lament its loss, even admitting how pictures of Geoffrey the Giraffe make us sad.
–We close out the show remembering our old “Creative Consultant,” Rachel, who passed away two years ago this week.

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SFR 458: Fight No More Forever | Guest: Ken Gerhard

–We’re back after a nearly one month hiatus while Bobby went gallivanting across Florida with starfish on his head. So after being separated for so long, what do we talk about now that we’re back together? Pizza.
–Next, we bring up the suicides of Kate Spade and, one that hit us a bit closer to home, Anthony Bourdain. Jason talks about how this one not only took him by surprise, but actively made him mad.
–Is social media making us lonelier and more isolated? Bobby deleted the social media apps from his phone, while Jason admits cutting back substantially.
–Are we spending too much time on our phones? Bobby brings up a story involving Apple creating software that aims to make people more mindful of the smartphone addiction.
gerhard2–Bobby goes upstairs to figure out the hubbub outside the studio/basement door. Jason talks about how he is trying to practice compassion by choosing to be more compassionate toward people he dislikes. Like Donald Trump. Bobby hears this from upstairs and calls bullshit.
–The Nelson family make a brief appearance
–Jason tries to pick up where he left off earlier, saying that Bobby yelling “bullshit” reminded him of the time Obama’s State of the Union was interrupted with “you lie!” This prompts us to talk about the recent conversations about “civil discourse,” focusing on the story of Sarah Sanders and family being tossed out of a Fairfax restaurant, and the Masterpiece “gay wedding cake” case.
–Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy signals his intent to retire. Trump intends to fill the vacancy with a hardline conservative. We predict what that means for the future. Bobby foresees marriage equality and abortion rights being threatened. Jason agrees on Roe v Wade, and adds that the court will take on more gun rights issues, such as assault weapon bans and/or concealed carry cases.
–What will The Conners be like without Roseanne? We’re pretty sure it will suck. But we’ll give it a chance.

In our second segment, we welcome back cryptozoologist and writer Ken Gerhard to the show. We ask Ken what mythical monster he thinks has the best chance to be real, dig a bit into the “infighting” within the subculture, and just why it is that monster hunters seem to have more style than other investigators of weird things. All in all, a fun interview with one of our favorite guests.

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SFR 457: A Cosmic Conundrum | Guest: Nick Redfern

–We attempt to start off the show as our alter egos, Nigel the Cosmonaut and Sammy Spacecraft, on our fictional podcast Cosmic Conundrum (or is it Cosmic Quandaries?), but after we play our cheesy musical intro, it dissolves into a laughing fit.
Roseanne Barr sent out a racist tweet about Valerie Jarrett, and all it cost her was her show, talent agency, and syndication revenue. We talk about the repercussions of free speech, and how people of different political persuasions so often end up confused about the concept.
NickRedfernPhoto–Bobby went to see the new Star Wars story, Solo, four times. He gives a spoiler-free review, though it is hard to “spoil” a movie that has little surprise about how it all ends up. Doesn’t stop Jason from taking the occasional potshot at the series and its fandom. Fight him!

In our second segment, we interview paranormal author Nick Redfern about his latest books: The Slenderman Mysteries, as well as The Black Diary. But like any chat with Nick, we also end up talking about chupacabras, thoughtforms, and murder mysteries with a supernatural angle. All in all, it was fun reconnecting after such a long hiatus.

–After the interview, Jason brings up Alex Jones again, only to mention how he is being sued by six more Sandy Hook families accusing him of defamation. Bobby agrees that Alex Jones is despicable, but we each wonder if these lawsuits will ultimately end up in victories.

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SFR 456: A Royal Pain

–Do you like our show’s intro theme? Bobby tells its origins right at the top of the show, then struggles to find the song that inspired it. But don’t worry, he gets there eventually.
–We are doing a semi-impromptu recording late on a Saturday night. And we’re actually in our beloved basement studio for the first time in what feels like a month. Probably because it has been.
–Jason finally gets the chance to hold and sample the Budweiser beer based on on an old George Washington recipe. Will he actually enjoy it?
Jason Korbus and Bobby Nelson–The royal wedding is all the rave, both here in the States and in England. Bobby is furious that people are so obsessed, especially his wife and daughter. Jason asks who the royal family would be if we had one in America.
–Jason talks about his ongoing desire for a job in a presidential administration. Namely, he wants to be Snack Czar, or Secretary of Snacks. He’s just waiting for the call. Meanwhile, Bobby is angry that things at the Dollar Store don’t always cost only $1.
–Bobby misses doing interviews on the show, and wants to start booking paranormalist guests again. But his desire to “school them” is gone.
–Bobby tells a story about getting robbed at gunpoint back when he was a practicing Christian, and remembers how he didn’t even consider praying while it was all happening. Jason reminds him of the friends that talked tough when they weren’t in danger.
–Back to the idea of booking guests, we reminisce about some of our most famous (and infamous) interviews.

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SFR 455: You’re the Best Around

–We are back recording on another Wednesday night! Bobby starts it off by talking about his newfound love of Budweiser’s Freedom Reserve Red Lager. Jason, who doesn’t drink beer, recommended it. Why? Because it’s based on a recipe by George Washington!
–It’s weird not doing live broadcasts lately. What have we been up to? Well, Bobby has to be a “dutiful father,” and attend plays and dance recitals for his kids. Meanwhile, Jason never wanted his parents at his baseball games.
–Fish tacos: do you like them? Because Jason hates them, calling them an “abomination” and “an affront to humanity.”
–Bobby can’t help it. He needs to have a brief political talk segment, and has a few questions about when a president can be indicted. Jason asks if anti-Trumpers believe that Trump’s term thus far has been better or worse than they expected it to be.
–Jason is excited about the prospects of a new Rambo movie. Like, really excited. He’s actually wearing an American flag bandana while recording the podcast. But talk of Rambo leads to the boys bringing up Rocky, iconic characters, and Tommy Morrison’s AIDS denial.
–Bobby, on the hand, is excited about the Solo: A Star Wars Story world premiere at Cannes. He plans to learn all the details of the plot before he ends up seeing it himself.
–We briefly talk about nostalgia as Bobby brings up the Cobra Kai series on Youtube.
–We end the show talking about the recent death of paranormal author Brad Steiger, a man whose books we enjoyed (wooey though they were) and whose company we appreciated during his multiple appearances on Strange Frequencies Radio. Bobby gets a kick out of Steiger’s old book titles. And Jason even quickly recounts an odd Fortean experience he had growing up that he once told Steiger about. See what you think!

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SFR 454: Surprise Minisode!

–SFR is back after another hiatus. This time, it started of a health scare in Jason’s family. That’s right, it was finally Jason’s fault! But then, just as we were set to return last Sunday, Bobby’s laptop crashed, forcing him to have it repaired. However, we are back now, and really excited to be recording again…even if it is via Skype.
–Joseph Deangelo Jr. has been arrested in a 40 year old serial rape and murder case known as the East Area Rapist/Original Night Stalker/Golden State Killer. The good news is, it looks like the police have got their man. But serious privacy concerns arise over the manner in which they found him.
–Bobby’s kids continue to piss him off by interrupting the show, and Jason does his best to listen in and enjoy.
Bill Cosby has been convicted on all counts in his retrial for the aggravated indecent assault of Andrea Constand. What made this trial different than the last? Will Cosby serve any time? All this and more is discussed about a case that really creeped us out.
–That’s all, folks!

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SFR 453: Last Minute Cancellation

–Hot damn! Bobby is here two weeks in a row! Now let’s see if we can actually record a show this week that doesn’t sound like we are broadcasting from a well.
–Jason brings up the recent military strikes in Syria, mostly because Bobby is afraid of World War 3. But it turns out, he’s actually supporting it!  Jason says he would have liked to see congressional approval first, but does point out the hypocrisy of the outrage.
–Since we’re going to get past the Trump stuff first, why not mention that his lawyer, Michael Cohen, was raided by the FBI this past week. Should be we concerned by a breach of attorney-client confidentiality? What about leaks?
–Roseanne Barr loves Trump, and has made no secret about that either publicly, or on her popular sitcom. We are big fans of the show, so what do we make of the people who are boycotting because of her views and past tweets?
–We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention Art Bell, paranormal radio pioneer, passing away at the age of 72. We share remembrances of him, and talk a bit about his legacy.
–Did Buzz Aldrin “pass a lie detector test” that proves he saw aliens? No. First of all, there is no such thing as a “lie detector test,” secondly it doesn’t appear he really took a test, and third, he’s never said he saw any damn aliens. We’ll explain the confusion.
–With murders in London skyrocketing, largely because of increases in knife attacks, Mayor Sadiq Khan is implementing “knife control,” because, as he says, “there is never a reason to carry a knife.” Wrong move.
–The Atlantic fires conservative writer Kevin Williamson because he views abortion as murder, and thinks women who abort pregnancies should be hung. We ask for your opinions!

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SFR 452: Creepy Characters

***We are aware of the poor audio quality. We clearly goofed.***

–It’s been a long 2 weeks off, and it feels like we have missed so much. So instead of having a set lineup, we’re just winging it today. Whatever comes up, come up. Let’s go!
–Bobby starts off by talking about his new workout and diet regimen that is slowly making him angrier and in more pain. An aspect involving Bobby having to send
pictures of his body to a man each week gives Jason endless laughs.
wolfpig–Jason brings up the recent shooting at Youtube. We talk about how strange it is to see a woman commit an act like that, even if we agree that this lady was off her rocker. There are disagreements, however, about whether or not the story would have stayed in the headlines longer had it been the prototypical white male.
–That brings up the Austin bomber story we missed out on while we were away, and how we had a hard time calling it an act of terrorism without knowing the motivations. Was he targeting minorities? Church leaders? White bicyclists? Or just trying to kill or hurt anyone he could in the short time he was active? And is the definition of terrorism itself being stretched so far by some as to be almost meaningless?
–Bobby uses the idea of “terror or fear in a community” to bring up a series of break ins that have been happening in his neighborhood, and how it led some to react in dangerous ways.
–That led us to tell a variety of our own stories involving break ins, foiled burglaries, and creepy people we’ve run across in our communities over the years. It takes up the rest of the show! And a lot of them are pretty fun! So if anything we talk about brings up a memory of yours, feel free to drop us a line and share.

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SFR 451: Unpopular Opinions

–Wow, we’re back doing a live broadcast on Sunday! Bobby was not too sick, nor did he remember he had another kid that was celebrating a birthday, and he didn’t go out of town with Anderson Cooper or something. Fun!
–Today’s show is about unpopular opinions. Or, at least the kind of opinions that make people uncomfortable in certain situations. Some of them will be ours, some will be yours, and we’ll explore others in between.
–We start with a clip of an interview between Jordan Peterson and Cathy Young, wherein Peterson makes the argument that, in order to think things out and get closer to the truth, you sometimes have to risk offending people. But that’s just the price for free speech and free inquiry.
–Jason brings up a public discussion a few months back involving Steven Pinker at Harvard, where he brought up a few different facts that, while easily provable, are still considered unpopular or controversial in certain circles.
–We left off last week with the subject of school shootings, wondering why the perpetrators are typical white teenagers. Out of the several comments and emails Jason received, he brings up a couple that stuck with him.
–This brings up the recent #Enough school walkouts that happened on March 14th. Bobby shares some of his opinions, believing it has been positive, but also expressing the cynical idea that some of the protestors just want to get out of class. Jason questions the idea that much of it was even a “walkout” at all, and mentions at least one pro-gun student being threatened with arrest for publicly expressing his opinion. Plus, Tucker Carlson says that the pro-gun control students are “not citizens,” earning a much needed smackdown.
–While on the subject of politics, can we talk about the Stormy Daniels-Donald Trump fiasco? Bobby says that he is tired of hearing about it, and the guys agree that the Democrats will hold anyone up as a hero as long as it will negatively impact Trump. Jason has, shall we say, some slightly harsher words?
–To lighten the mood, we go through some of the many comments we got from listeners confessing their own unpopular opinions. While there were a lot of people who stuck with pop culture, ie: “The Beatles are overrated,” there were a few folks that were willing to stick their own necks out and risk being unpopular. For instance, Bryce said that not having children can still be altruistic, and Sari is tired of some women trying to have it both ways, dressing like porn stars but not wanting to be looked at as sex objects. All in all, there were some laughs, but also some serious conversations here. Thanks to everyone for participating!
–Just when Jason thought the show was over, Bobby brings up how sad he is at the closing of Toys R Us, and the guys reminisce on their childhood trips to the toy store.

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SFR 450: Saturday Night Live

–Here we are on a Saturday night, broadcasting a live show, all because Bobby can’t make it Sunday. Again! But seriously, he has a pretty legitimate reason, and we’re fired up to talk through the issues of the week. Doesn’t stop Jason from giving Bobby the new nickname “Bobsquatch,” however.
–A story involving the identification of Amelia Earhart’s bones has many talking, but there are very good reasons to be skeptical. For one, the group behind the press release has been pushing debunked nonsense for years. And oh, there’s more.
–What’s weirding everyone out this week? Lots of stuff, as a matter of fact!
*AJ brings up the point that Congress is bitching and moaning about Trump’s tariffs when they could be doing something to stop them.
*Tim says he is weirded out that the president will be taken down by a porn star.
*Michael is rightly concerned about Tennessee protecting child marriage.
*Jeanne is thinking about the Russian spy poisoning.
*All that, and a whole lot more, is weirding out the SFR Universe this week!
Lawrence Krauss has released a statement denying accusations of sexual misconduct against him. We sift through his response, and talk through some of the major claims.
–Jason begins a conversation about school shootings, wanting to get beyond ideological camps, and discuss the reasons why school shootings happen. In other words, why are they getting more frequent? What is it about our culture in particular that could explain the reason that kids kill?

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SFR 449: Gluten Free Minisode

–We are back with you. This time, recording a Minisode over the phone Monday night because Bobby’s daughter had a birthday. Jason runs down a list of grievances with these children of his.
–Someone has placed a statue of Jason Voorhees in a Minnesota lake, apparently to scare unsuspecting divers. Hilarious! SFR’s Jason calls this the best story of the week, and it has certainly been the most popular on our social media.
pigandwolfSFR–One realtor in Texas has an interesting way of trying to sell homes: by labelling them as “Not Haunted” and “Gluten Free.” A few neighbors are at odds with this, but we think it’s creative and funny.
–Alex Jones and his Infowars channel is apparently “one strike away” from being banned by Youtube for spreading conspiracy theories about the Parkland shooting. Bobby is bigtime in favor of the ban. Jason, while agreeing that Youtube has every right to uphold its community standards, wonders if there is a better way to handle these kind of issues.
–The Vatican, apparently needing new sources of revenue (?), is launching a new international exorcism training course.
–Bobby brings up a recent meeting President Trump had, wherein he mentioned he possibility of a presidency for life, and asks Jason’s opinion.
–As atheists (or at least one atheist, and another who doesn’t like to label himself anymore) we have spoken a lot about the impotence of prayer. But are there times where we don’t mind it? Of course! And a recent example where actor Chris Pratt sent “healing prayers” to director Kevin Smith after his heart attack, is one of them.
–See you again Sunday! Unless, of course, Bobby remembers another kid’s birthday, out of town trip, or gets sick.

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SFR 448: The Way of the Gun

–Strange Frequencies Radio is back, and today we’ll be diving into the recent Florida school shooting, and giving our thoughts on the reaction, including discussing gun control.
–But first, it’s Bobby’s birthday tomorrow, and Jason again has gifted him a book. This one is by Bertrand Russell because, as Jason says, “everything is better with Bertrand,” including birthdays. But odds are, Bobby already has this book…he just can’t find it.
–A Toledo pastor and his family have been arrested and charged with aggravated burglary for beating and robbing a Sunday school teacher. Granted, we don’t know the details on what led up to this, but regardless, it’s completely bizarre.
–A township in Pennsylvania are worried about a local church holding a blessing involving high powered firearms as the “rods of iron.”
–Seattle resident was concerned enough to contact their local media when a Confederate flag went up in their neighborhood. Turns out, it wasn’t a Confederate flag at all, and the person with the flag in question had a pretty normal reason for putting it up.
American-Flag-Guns–Next, what is weirding the SFR audience out this week? Lots of things, including a well-known scientist named Lawrence Krauss, being accused of sexual misconduct. But mostly people are concerned about shootings, guns, how to prevent the next mass shooting, and more. Luckily, that was why we were doing the show today.

–The remainder of the program is devoted to discussing the Parkland school shooting, and its aftermath. Among the issues discussed, in no particular order, are:
–The shooter himself, his weapons, and the warning signs that were in abundance before this massacre occurred.
–An armed school guard, and potentially three other sheriff deputies, stayed in a defensive position while the shooting was going on.
–The concept of false flags, specifically the schoolkids themselves being labeled as “crisis actors” by the lunatic fringe. We even play one video of a young man “forgetting his lines” as the conspiracy theorists allege. Bobby and Jason explain how their experience in front of news cameras inform their completely opposing viewpoint on this issue.
–Gun control: who wants it, what do they define it as, and what real steps can be taken to try and prevent the next massacre. Bobby wants to ban all semiautomatic weapons, even though he agrees it isn’t going to happen. Jason wants it to be more difficult to get a gun, or at least for people to know how to operate it, and for their to be a better process for taking someone’s guns away. To that end, he brings up the Gun Violence Restraining Order.
–It’s a complicated issue, but that doesn’t mean nothing should be done.

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SFR 447: Slippery When Wet

–We missed this past Sunday’s show because Bobby went on a quick getaway. We’re back with this Minisode to make it up, and should be back again Sunday, too!
–After our last live show, we posted a picture of Jason on his back at the bottom of some stairs. Now hear the story of how he slipped and fell…and what happened next.
wolfpig–The next IT movie appears to have its Beverly Marsh, as Jessica Chastain is in negotiations to play the part. Seems most fans are happy with the news.
–Obama’s official portrait was revealed, and there were a couple things that weirded people out. First, was that a sixth finger on the former president’s left hand? A trick of the eye? Opinions vary.
–But the real weirdness over the portrait started when there was a freakout about some “secret sperm” in Obama’s temple. Could be patternicity, could be seeing what you want to see. But there really are cases from this painter’s work where he inserted sperm in his paintings.
–A flight from Dubai to Amsterdam had to be grounded last week when a passenger kept farting, leading to four people being kicked off. We aren’t 100% sure this really happened, but we are sure that Bobby can relate to almost being kicked off a plane.

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SFR 446: Destination Weird

–The live show started about a half hour late today. Why? Because the Nelson family kitten came down to the SFR studio and chewed through a bunch of cords. Bad kitty!
–If you need some good news: a Maryland “psychic” has pled guilty to multiple counts of felony theft after scamming clients out of 340k. #LockHerUp
–Have you heard that eating McDonald’s french fries cures baldness? Some viral stories and local news programs put forth some research they said indicated just that. But it’s not true. The authors of the study can’t even believe people have misconstrued things so badly.
–Is practicing yoga a form of cultural appropriation? Or is it *gasp* actually Satanic? Christian writer Matt Walsh recently put forth the idea that it is pagan worship and that, like messing with a Ouija board, you are “playing with fire.” We’ll tackle these arguments, and ask “Do you really need to do historical research before you stretch?”
SFRfingerprint–Remember the guy who planned to launch himself into space on a rocket, partly in an effort to prove the Earth is flat? His second attempt was also a “failure to launch,” and we are done giving this guy any attention until he actually does something newsworthy…
–Besides, we think it’s a better idea to get excited by the things Elon Musk and SpaceX are doing. I mean, did you see that awesome Falcon Heavy launch? The boosters returning and landing in unison? And who could forget Starman?!?
–Last week, Bobby expressed serious doubts about the Han Solo movie. Well, he has now seen the teaser and, well, talk about a 180 degree shift…he loves it, and he’s bought some merch to prove it.
–What’s weirding us all out this week? Jason is concerned about Pope Francis likely lying about sexual abuse, as well a professor who didn’t know Australia was a country. But, then again, this is the Smiley Faced Spokesman for the World’s Largest Child Sex Ring. Bobby is troubled by Trump’s assault on checks & balances.
–Listeners are weirded out by everything from Gloria Copeland saying that you don’t need a flu shot when you have Jesus, to confusion over how many holes a straw has.
–Jason brings up the case of Cristina Garcia, a California Assemblywoman, and #MeToo advocate, who is on an unpaid leave after recently being accused of sexual misconduct by two males. We discuss the difference in media attention, but also highlight why male victims of female aggressors are typically not in the same kind of danger as female victims of males.
–Bobby gets into an immigration debate with the Mexican side of his family, and it’s a doozy involving the “mother of his cousin’s husband” being deported despite living here for 30 years. Jason has some thoughts on immigration reform and the heroism of breaking unjust laws.

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SFR 445: Superb Owl

–The much ballyhooed Nunes memo ends up being a flop – more nonsense from a partisan hack – but Trump still says it “vindicates” him, and Bobby wants to know why he keeps using that word. Jason shares a few of his favorite “Yo memo” jokes.
–Speaking of Bobby, last week he was in a foul mood, and he went off on the prospect of another Bernie Sanders campaign. We received a thoughtful email from Canada Matt disputing his premise, and take a few moments to respond.
Bill Nye attended the State of the Union as the guest of NASA’s Administrator nominee, and gets excoriated by a Scientific American opinion piece. We break down the argument, and find it completely ridiculous.
–What’s weirding us out this week? Listeners are disturbed by everything from an upcoming Winchester Mystery House movie, to Tom Brady kissing his son on the mouth.
–Was the “shower rat” video really of a rat taking a shower? No. But what was thought to have been animal cruelty now looks to have incorrect as well. Jason relates a story involving another local news anchor.
–The Han Solo movie trailer is set to drop on Monday. Bobby is expecting to hate it.
–Bobby calls Target to inquire about flu shots, and ends up surprised to find himself being recommended homeopathic remedies…by their pharmacist!
–The Lizzie Borden house popularly known as Maplecroft has been sold. It leads us to talking about “haunted” properties for some reason.
–New linguistic analysis indicates that at least two popular letters purported to be authored by Jack the Ripper were actually hoaxes perpetrated by journalists. Jason says it’s nice to have this information, but shows that the “journalist hoax” idea is now new, and has been well-known to Ripperologists and other crime junkies for quite some time.

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SFR 444: The Power of Four

–According to the Doomsday clock, we are now two minutes away from “apocalyptic midnight.” Just what does all this mean? And is it worth worrying about at all?
–What’s been weirding you out this week? Jason brings up a 2005 photo of Obama with Louis Farrakhan, and discusses the cover-up story, as well as the subsequent reactions to it. Bobby seems weirded out (and angry) by the notion that Bernie Sanders is thinking of running for president again.
SFR_Eye–The Freqs are weirded out by a lot this week, and it provides much fodder for conversation: Here we touch on everything from Pterodactyl Mike’s concern about cuckolds and Bryce’s thoughts on the state of mental health treatment, to Austin bringing up camels being disqualified from beauty pageants and Richard wondering when we started naming people.
–More weirdness: AJ finds out that there is a serious debate online over whether Alexa is a feminist (and maybe even a radical leftist!). We think people should calm down, and maybe get a new hobby.
–Even more weirdness: Kenny attends a paranormal lecture and learns that the crowd was solidly behind the idea that there is a connection between transgenderism and UFOs. All that, and more is on the table and, yeah, it’s definitely weirding us out too!
–Are there hidden messages of spirituality in the Star Wars saga? Resident Star Wars nerd Bobby weighs in.
–Bobby uses a recent CNN interview as a talking point to discuss a, shall we say,  Immaculate Misconception?
–Jason is pleased when Bobby kills some time by wanting to discuss the unsolved Zodiac Killer case.

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SFR 443: Shut It Down

–We start off with some sad news: Bobby’s college classmate and friend, Jessie, dies in a snowmobile accident that also took the life of her cousin.
–Our area of Northwest Ohio and Southeastern Michigan experienced a meteor/fireball that freaked a few people out and became national news, to boot.
–It’s always good news for us when another psychic scammer gets put behind bars. This story involves Sally Ann Johnson, who relieved an elderly Martha’s Vineyard woman of over $3.5 million after convincing her that the symptoms of her dementia were caused by demonic spirits.
SFR_Eye–So what’s been weirding us all out this week? One emailer told us an odd way his co-worker has been using the bathroom. Chris mentions Trump having enough time on his hands to create his Fake News Awards, and A.J. brings up Ohio Medicaid covering acupuncture. What the?
–The #MeToo movement has, we think, been an overall big step in the right direction for women and men, both. But we are concerned that it may be turning into a bit of a witch hunt at the same time. A couple recent cases have us wondering.
–We go back to the case of Pastor Andy Savage, whom we discussed last week, and concluded that while his “sexual incident” 20 years ago was improper, we couldn’t say for certain that it was illegal. Strange Frequencies listeners were in complete disagreement, and so we use the time here to respond to some of the arguments we encountered.
–Next we move to the Aziz Ansari case, wherein he was accused of sexual assault in a magazine article. We go over the details of this case as well, and express some surprise that he is getting as much support as he has from so many.
–Before we sign off, Tindell wants us to talk about what books we are reading. Bobby just got a copy of Michael Shermer’s latest, while Jason is reading Nick Hornby.

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SFR 442: Our Shitholes, Ourselves

–Big news: Strange Frequencies Radio has a “new” chatroom. Our live show links have been updated. So hit up this page here, create yourself a username, and chat with us!
–The talk of Oprah running for president heated up this past week. We’ve talked about this kind of thing before, but we are still saying “nope” to the Ope…not just because she has zero public service experience, but because she is the Queen of Woo. Although, will many still be against her if she were the Democratic nominee?
–Gillian Anderson says that she is definitely leaving the role of Dana Scully behind after this season of the X Files. We asked the audience, now we’ll give our answer: should the show continue without her, or has the time come to end it all?
–One show that IS coming back is Cosmos. That’s right, Neil deGrasse Tyson will be back for another round, scheduled to begin airing in spring of 2019.
–Charlie Daniels sounds very concerned about Taco Bell and the Illuminati. As he said, it is not a frivolous subject!
–So, what’s weirding the SFR audience out this week? Kevin is concerned about Trump and shitholes, Lou is worried about iguanas, and Brad is still fighting with anti-vaxxers. Let’s discuss!
–A pastor at a Memphis megachurch admits to a “sexual incident” with a high school student in Texas 20 years ago, when he was 22 and she was 17. His congregation gave him a standing ovation after the admission. Bizarre? Yes. But there is more to this story than most people are talking about, and we are having some big disagreements.

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SFR 441: Fire and Fury

–We’re back! It’s a new year, and there’s a new look for our studio as well. The live viewers are seeing a whole new angle, with Bobby’s autographed photos just within frame. Jason, meanwhile, is worried this rickety chair he is sitting on will collapse beneath him.
–The first thing Bobby wants to talk about is the Netflix documentary Jim & Andy, about Jim Carrey and Andy Kaufman, and he gives it a hearty recommendation. We discuss some of our favorite scenes, and Jason piggybacks off Bobby to make it a dual recommendation.
CSM–Hey, did you see the new X-Files episode? A plot involving Cigarette Smoking Man impregnating an unconscious Scully had many crying foul. “Rape is not okay,” they said. And they’re right. CSM is a villain, folks. We remark that there is a lot of murders depicted in entertainment as well, but it doesn’t get the same outrage.
–A Phoenix area family is being bothered by a pesky poltergeist, and a Yiddish one at that! Do we believe this is truly a paranormal event? No, we do not. But we do give these folks bonus points for coming up with a new twist on old woo.
–What’s weirding you out this week? It’s a question we try to ask our Facebook page followers each week, and the answers usually run the gamut of funny and intriguing. This week doesn’t disappoint! Everything from how cyclones became weaponized from AJ, climate change issues from Ian, and one listener even has the “perfect cult leader name,” and we love them for it.
–Two of our friends got engaged a while back, broke up for a couple weeks, and are now back together and re-engaged. Jason wondered if that’s even necessary, but asks for feedback from listeners.
–Bobby ordered the “Fire and Fury” book about the Trump White House, but has not received it yet because it is on backorder. However, we discuss some of the stories that have come out, and wonder how many are as true as they may appear.

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SFR 440: One With The Force

–We missed Sunday’s show while Bobby worked, but are together tonight via the magic of Skype recording a new episode. We hope you want to hear about Star Wars, because it takes up the vast majority of this discussion.
–We start with a non-spoiler review of The Last Jedi. We know some of you haven’t seen it yet, so we wouldn’t want to ruin it for you. It took Bobby a second viewing before he learned to really appreciate it. Jason, while not a fan of the franchise, had a problem with the pacing. Not sure how much sense this non-spoiler review makes, because we hold so much back in favor of revealing it during the full-spoiler review at the end of this episode.
pigandwolfSFRStan Romanek, noted UFO hoaxer, was sentenced to two years in a halfway house as part of his punishment for his conviction for the possession of child pornography. We knew he likely would not be doing hard time in a federal prison, but there are parts of us that wish he were. Now, we can only hope that through his time in custody, and his mandated counseling, that he emerges from this a changed man. But it’s probably not likely.
–What’s this about Harry Reid helping to organize a secret government investigation into UFOs? Yes, it was real. But like other similar investigations, they spent a lot of money and came away with bupkus.
–Jason spends a few minutes talking about how a garden hose flooded his backyard, and poses two different explanations. One of them likely, and the other paranormal. Really, it was all an excuse to laugh about ridiculous ghost stories we have heard over the years.
–Now it’s time for the full-spoiler review of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. We warn you time and time again to turn off the podcast at this point if you have not seen the movie, or if you don’t want to know what happens. But from this point until the end of the podcast, and it’s quite a sizable amount of time, you’ll hear our thoughts on very specific plot elements and character arcs. You’ll hear it from the perspective of Bobby, a superfan of the franchise, and Jason, who has no emotional connection to Star Wars at all. If you don’t want to know details, turn away now!
–This may be the last episode of SFR until 2018. Normally we would be back this coming Sunday, but with Sunday being Christmas Eve, that’s probably not going to happen. Monday being Christmas Day leaves us without an easy makeup date to record something over Skype. Then, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day are the following week. It’s more likely we’ll be back around Sunday, January 7th 2018, or thereabouts. Hopefully with more regular episodes, as Bobby’s “busy season” at work should have drawn to a close. As always, stay tuned to our website and Facebook page for updates. See you (most likely) next year!

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SFR 439: Bake the Cake

–Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi had its world premiere, and Bobby spent his late night trying to find spoilers while Jason helped. This week, a large group of us will check out opening night, and Jason is looking forward to seeing how Bobby and the rest of the fans enjoy it (or not).
–Our friend Sharon Hill’s new book, Scientifical Americans, deserves to be owned by you. We air a quick promo from Sharon herself with all the details.
SFR_Eye–Brendan Dassey, imprisoned for his role in the murder of Teresa Halbach, along with his uncle Steven Avery of ‘Making A Murderer,’ has his conviction upheld by a court, and we are brokenhearted.
–Speaking of court cases, the Masterpiece Cakeshop case went before the Supreme Court on Tuesday. How will they rule? Jason guesses they will not overturn portions of the Civil Rights Act, but will affirm the baker’s right to not bake a cake for a gay wedding. The official ruling will likely not happen until June of 2018.
–Last week we did not do a show because Bobby’s daughter was, in his words, doing a “Christmas play.” But it was A Christmas Carol, live at Toledo’s own Valentine Theater. It’s a big deal, and Jason couldn’t believe he didn’t mention it!
–In related Bobby news, he says we can “stop worrying” about his ongoing heart issues. Not because doctors gave him the “all clear,” but because the heart monitor he was fitted with was chewed up by his new cat while he slept. Even more troublesome for him, the doctor he has been going to for 20+ years is retiring.
–Before we go, Jason shares a letter written by a 6yo boy to Santa that went viral and gave him a laugh.
–Jason reveals he has been reading the Jefferson Bible lately, making an earnest attempt to study what Jesus might have thought about those that deny services to gay people.

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SFR 438: Charlie Don’t Surf

–We are back with you here at the end of a Thanksgiving weekend. How was your holiday? Bobby’s family took in a stray kitten, Jason took on a couple pounds. Also, when we are “thankful,” who or what are we thankful to, if not a God?
–Thanksgiving Day also happened to be 9 years to the day that we launched SFR. We share some memories of that first episode, and talk about our hopes for the future of the show.
SFR_Eye–This past week saw Charles Manson pass away, which has led to quite a kerfuffle over the rights to his body. Plus, if Manson never killed anyone, why was he in prison? We have an explanation we hope people will understand.
–We can’t have an honest conversation about sexual assault if we don’t differentiate it from sexual harassment and awkward interactions. But Democrats also can’t cede the upper hand on this by protecting Al Franken.
–History Channel is in the midst of airing a 5-part special called The Hunt For the Zodiac Killer, which Jason has been watching, and is disappointed by. But what else do you expect from the network that brought us that bogus Amelia Earhart documentary?
-Speaking of serial killers, has anyone been following the ongoing unsolved Seminole Heights Shooter case in Tampa? Four dead thus far, but we hope the cops are closing in on the perpetrator.

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SFR 437: King of Hearts

–Bobby wants to kick off the show talking about how, last week, he got his car stuck on a flooded street. Bad news is, he had to wait in the rain for 90 minutes, and the car isn’t quite the same. The good news is he’ll never try to gun the engine through water again.
–About this time, Bobby’s wife hollers down that she needs Bobby’s help. While gone, Jason attempts to keep the show afloat by talking about what he hears going on upstairs, and “teasing” upcoming topics. Around 10 minutes later, Bobby comes back to reveal that one of his dogs had a nice walking pee throughout the house.
–Bobby reveals that he has recently discovered some heart-related issues that potentially are very serious. It started Thursday evening when he had an episode which saw his resting heart rate top out at 192. He has seen a doctor, and is now waiting to hear back from a cardiologist. Scary stuff.
–In better news, it turns out Bobby will be heading back to Florida after all, albeit for just a 3-day weekend. Still, he’ll take it.
–We spend some time on the mass shooting at a Texas church that happened during last week’s podcast. Jason talks about seeing an interview with Stephen Willeford, the man who grabbed his own AR-15 and engaged the killer. A very harrowing story, to be sure. This leads us into talking about gun homicides in general. Because the truth is, while mass shootings get much of the press, they represent a very small fraction of the overall gun-related homicides in this country.
–Jason has been finding out lately that many of his favorite entertainers are predatory perverts, whether it’s Bill Cosby, Kevin Spacey, or now Louis CK. And again, Jason is hammering on the idea that good men are failing women by not doing more to protect and defend them. But we’re also confused by how so many people seem to know about these stories, since they go back years, yet little has ever been done until it becomes a big story.

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SFR 436: Tabula Rasa

–We are back live and recording, and while there is plenty to discuss, we have nothing planned. It’s a free-for-all, y’all.
–Don’t ask Bobby what is on his mind unless you want to hear him talk about how bummed he is that he is not in Florida. Because this is the busy season for him at work, he could not take his yearly vacation in November. His work schedule is also the reason we miss shows.
–Jason talks about his new blog project: Map A Murder. He’s long been interested in standing in the very place where history happened, but since he can’t travel much, he likes to see certain things online. Since he is a true crime nerd, he’ll write the stories out, and include a “virtual window” where you can see the site yourself.
–It’s time for a beer tasting! Over the decade they have been friends, Bobby has tried to find a beer that Jason will finally like. Well, a couple night ago, Jason asked to try something he associated with hillbillies and hipsters: Pabst Blue Ribbon! Bobby bought a tallboy before the show and, what do you know, he didn’t hate it. Didn’t like it, but he didn’t hate it. That’s about the highest marks one can hope for.
–Bobby put up his Christmas tree a few days ago, and wants to know why people get irritated by it. Jason asks how he feels about people who keep their Christmas lights outside year-round. When looking up what Trump has to say about Christmas-related issues, we discover…
–There has been another mass shooting/mass casualty event at a church in Texas. We talk about how, even as atheists ourselves, it can feel more disturbing hearing about a shooting at a church.
–We move on to the Hollywood sexual harassment/assault allegations that have been in the news as of late. We go back to Harvey Weinstein again, but spend a fair amount of time about Kevin Spacey and his ridiculously stupid statement he came out with.
–Why don’t victims come out sooner? Why don’t people speak up when they aren’t comfortable with someone’s behavior? Jason has a story about a physical conflict he had years ago that may shed some light on it.
–No way we can skip over Corey Feldman’s allegations of rampant pedophilia in Hollywood. While it would shock neither of us to learn it is real, we do remain skeptical of his allegations of assassination squads and police precincts around the country being out to get him for threatening to name names.

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SFR 435: Embrace Your Strange

–Bobby and friends went to Detroit to experience Theater Bizarre and tells of the things he witnessed. Jason declined an invitation, because he hates crowds and socialization.
–This past week marked the 50th anniversary of the Patterson-Gimlin film! We once again talk about why we think it was a hoax. But one of its participants seems to think Bigfoot was communicating with him that day. Weird.
pigandwolfSFR–Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop has been awarded the “Rusty Razor” by UK’s The Skeptic Magazine for most audacious pseudoscience. And with products that include jade rocks for your vagina and “biofrequency healing stickers,” it’s hard to argue with the choice.
–One of our local news stations featured a “ghost behaviorist” that checked out a spaghetti restaurant to find a ghost we name “Creepy Carl.” It’s ridiculous, but ’tis the season.
–Speaking of pseudoscience, Jason saw a CNN special this weekend based on Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity, and was dismayed it was given such unwarranted positive attention.
–A politician in Miami once said aliens took her aboard their spaceship and shared some of the secrets of the universe with her. Now she is running for Congress. All jokes aside, does hearing about this disqualify her from public office in your opinion?
–Trump will not stand in the way of the release of the remaining JFK assassination files. Conspiracy theorists are excited, but we don’t think anything of real value will come out of these documents.
–Musician Billy Corgan went on the Howard Stern Show and talked about an experience he had, which he says he was completely sober for, where he witnessed a person shapeshift into something…else.
–Realtor.com released a survey indicating that a “haunting” might not necessarily be a deal breaker for some potential buyers. So if you’re looking for tips on how to sell your own ghost-ridden mansion, look no further.
–With Halloween just around the corner, and us unsure whether or not (turns out not) we will be on the air next Sunday, we share some old Trick or Treating memories and talk about yours as well!
–Bobby cuts a promo for Hulu Live, and Canada Matt clues us in to a late-breaking story about Dr. Phil running down a skateboarder. What a way to end the show!

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SFR 434: Sunday Strange

–Your Sunday Strange is back after a week away and it’s great to be with you. Before we really begin the show, Bobby wants to talk about, and have Jason feel, his new iPhone.
SFR_Eye–Though we have been trying to avoid political discussions, Bobby couldn’t help but lament that President Trump is likely unaware that Puerto Ricans are American citizens. Meanwhile, Jason adds that he thinks it is funny that Trump didn’t know he was president of the Virgin Islands.
–It’s October, let’s keep the paranormal news going. To that end, we delve into the latest “Paranormal America” survey of American paranormal beliefs, and find out how things have changed from last year. We also discuss some reasons why religious beliefs are not considered paranormal beliefs, though there are admittedly parallels.
–Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi trailer has dropped, and Bobby has plenty of thoughts. Jason has a few questions he needs cleared up, but his tickets are purchased!
–Jason wants SFR to be a bit of an escape from the horrible news we all endure, but still can’t help bringing up the Las Vegas massacre and the latest in the Harvey Weinstein Hollywood sexual misconduct scandal. Bobby is disappointed with how quickly America went the conspiracy route with the shooter, and Jason wonders where all the “friends” and “men” were while Harvey was creeping on and manipulating vulnerable women.

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SFR 433: Keep it Weird

–The second girl in the Slenderman stabbing case is also working out a deal, agreeing to plead guilty to the crime which could potentially keep her in a mental health facility for up to 40 years.
–Philip Morris, a legendary costume designer also believed to be responsible for the Bigfoot suit in the famous Patterson-Gimlin hoax, has passed away.
SFR_Eye–A rapper called B.o.B. has started a GoFundMe page in an effort to prove the Earth is flat by launching satellites into space.
–A failed Doomsday predictor is now peddling a new date in a book. Get it while supplies last, he says, because we’ll all be gone later in October.
–Conservative critics of Pope Francis say that he is spreading heresy by allowing divorced Catholics to take Holy Communion. While we consider him an upgrade over the last guy, we aren’t the biggest fans of Pope Frank. However, we think he deserves to be defended here.
–Are the NFL protests during the National Anthem still a thing? Apparently so, with President Trump agitating and setting a dangerous First Amendment precedent along the way. We weigh in on the protests and how it has all turned out thus far.
–SFR Mailbag: Travis sends a comment about how he thinks it is wrong that ghost hunters prey on people while hiding behind the “we’re here to help” nonsense. He asks us to comment on that, and give our opinion on if it should be allowed to be depicted on television. Because we are former ghost hunters, we have a lot to say about the matter.
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