Part Three of S04 Episode 13: Lost in Stormy Visions by Unexplained Podcast

Part Three of S04 Episode 13: Lost in Stormy Visions

In the late 16th century, a series of English dreamers attempted to establish the first English colony in the New World. Their efforts, in equal parts brave and utterly callous would leave a trail of death and disaster in their wake. It is nothing less than the story of the founding of modern America and at its centre lies perhaps one if its greatest mysteries: The Lost Colony.

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S04 Episode 13: Lost in Stormy Visions (Pt.2 of 3) by Unexplained Podcast

Part Two of S04 Episode 13: Lost in Stormy Visions

In the late 16th century, a series of English dreamers attempted to establish the first English colony in the New World. Their efforts, in equal parts brave and utterly callous would leave a trail of death and disaster in their wake. It is nothing less than the story of the founding of modern America and at its centre lies perhaps one if its greatest mysteries: The Lost Colony.

Go to @unexplainedpod, facebook.com/unexplained or www.unexplainedpodcast.com for more info. Thank you for listening.

S04 Episode 13: Lost in Stormy Visions (Pt.1 of 3) by Unexplained Podcast

 

In the late 16th century, a series of English dreamers attempted to establish the first English colony in the New World. Their efforts, in equal parts brave and utterly callous would leave a trail of death and disaster in their wake. It is nothing less than the story of the founding of modern America and at its centre lies perhaps one if its greatest mysteries: The Lost Colony.

Go to @unexplainedpod, facebook.com/unexplained or www.unexplainedpodcast.com for more info. Thank you for listening.

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S04 Episode 12 Extra: Escaping the Cave by Unexplained Podcast

 

In 1954, Robbers Cave State Park in Oklahoma became the location of one of the most audacious and controversial social psychology experiments of all time. This is the unbelievable story.

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The Eagles take on the Rattlers in Tug-a-War, 1953

The Eagles take on the Rattlers in Tug-a-War, 1953

 

S04 Episode 12: Wilderness Be Still by Unexplained Podcast

 

In October 2009, a white pick-up truck was found abandoned deep in the Sans Bois mountains in Oklahoma. The discovery would spark the beginning of one of the state's most peculiar and tragic unexplained mysteries.

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S04 Episode 11 Extra: The Sky Inside by Unexplained Podcast

 

In last week’s episode, New Dawn Fades, we traced the origins of what is commonly referred to as the Roswell incident. In this week's extra we look at how changing trends in culture and general thinking have influenced our interpretation of UFOs throughout the ages.

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The 1561 Celestial Phenomenon Over Nuremberg by Hans Glasser.

The 1561 Celestial Phenomenon Over Nuremberg by Hans Glasser.

 

S04 E11: New Dawn Fades (Pt.2 of 2) by Unexplained Podcast

 

Second and final part of S04 E11: New Dawn Fades

For many the term 'Area-51' is synonymous with UFOs and theories on just what it is the US government really knows about supposed visitors from other realms. And with one incident in particular, that sits at the very top of UFOlogy lore...

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Jesse Marcel inspects the debris in Gen. Brig. Ramey’s office

Jesse Marcel inspects the debris in Gen. Brig. Ramey’s office

 

S04 E11: New Dawn Fades (Pt.1 of 2) by Unexplained Podcast

 

For many the term 'Area-51' is synonymous with UFOs and theories on just what it is the US government really knows about supposed visitors from other realms. And with one incident in particular, that sits at the very top of UFOlogy lore...

Go to @unexplainedpod, facebook.com/unexplained or www.unexplainedpodcast.com for more info. Thank you for listening.

Kenneth Arnold in 1966 with a sketch of what he claimed to have seen.

Kenneth Arnold in 1966 with a sketch of what he claimed to have seen.

 

S04 E10 Extra: PEAR Review by Unexplained Podcast

 

The idea of our potential to possess psychokinetic powers has been around for millennia and has become a frequently used trope in the genre of science fiction. Incredibly, for 30 years one research lab based out of America's Princeton University investigated it for real. Featuring the story of the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Lab, otherwise known as PEAR.

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A York Dobyns Graph showing psychokinesis test data

A York Dobyns Graph showing psychokinesis test data

 

S04 Episode 10: The Creeping by Unexplained Podcast

 

In 1878 in a small cottage in the town of Amherst, Nova Scotia, a series of peculiar events took place. What is known today as the The Great Amherst Mystery is considered by some to be the most terrifying and convincing incidence of a poltergeist haunting in Canadian history.

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The home of Olive and Dan Teed in Amherst, Nova Scotia c.1878

The home of Olive and Dan Teed in Amherst, Nova Scotia c.1878

 

S04 Episode 9 Extra: Forewarning Signs by Unexplained Podcast

 

In the wake of the Aberfan disaster of 1966, psychiatrist Dr. John Barker set up the Premonitions Bureau. This extraordinary idea sort to collate apparent precognitive dreams in an effort to save lives from future disasters. Some believe it may have inadvertently contributed to Barker’s own premature death only a few months later…

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Samantha Morton as an Oracle in Minority Report (dir. Spielberg , 2002)

Samantha Morton as an Oracle in Minority Report (dir. Spielberg , 2002)

 

S04 Episode 9: Darkness in Sight by Unexplained Podcast

 

As Aristotle pointed out as far back as the 4th century BCE, in his treatise “On Prophesying in Dreams,” perhaps it is merely because so many believe their dreams to ‘posess a special significance’ that we are minded to give them that significance. 

Yet in 1966, even a credible academic was given pause for thought when a series of peculiar occurrences, emerging in the wake of a horrifying tragedy, led him to believe in the possibility of precognitive dreams...

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An image of a Pantglas Junior School clock stopped at 9:13am, the moment the disaster occurred.

An image of a Pantglas Junior School clock stopped at 9:13am, the moment the disaster occurred.

 

S04 Episode 8: Death's Pale Flag (Pt.2 of 2) by Unexplained Podcast

 

Part Two of S04 Episode 08: Death's Pale Flag

In 1980, a stranger walked into a village marketplace in Haiti claiming to be a local landowner named Clairvius Narcisse. After interviewing the man and his family, local authorities confirmed that he was indeed who he said he was. The only problem was that Clairvius had been dead and buried for 18 years. 

Two year’s later, inspired by Clairvius’ story ethnobiologist Wade Davis was sent to Haiti on a mission to find out just how exactly this could have happened. What he eventually discovered was far more bizarre than anything he could have possibly imagined. 

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Clairvius Narcisse c. 1985

Clairvius Narcisse c. 1985

 

S04 Episode 8: Death's Pale Flag (Pt.1 of 2) by Unexplained Podcast

 

In 1980, a stranger walked into a village marketplace in Haiti claiming to be a local landowner named Clairvius Narcisse. After interviewing the man and his family, local authorities confirmed that he was indeed who he said he was. The only problem was that Clairvius had been dead and buried for 18 years. 

Two year’s later, inspired by Clairvius’ story ethnobiologist Wade Davis was sent to Haiti on a mission to find out just how exactly this could have happened. What he eventually discovered was far more bizarre than anything he could have possibly imagined. 

Go to @unexplainedpod, facebook.com/unexplained or www.unexplainedpodcast.com for more info. Thank you for listening.

Zonbi  by Wilson Bigaud, 1939

Zonbi by Wilson Bigaud, 1939

 

S04 Episode 7 Extra: Between the Absurd and Momentous by Unexplained Podcast

 

A quick search online will throw up a host of individuals, who’s apparent psychic abilities have helped to crack police cases, but there is one who stands out a little more than the others.

Known variously as the Dutchman with the X-ray mind, The Radar Brain and The Wizard of Utrecht, Gerard Croiset is thought to have been the most effective of them all. 

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Gerard Croiset

Gerard Croiset

 

S04 Episode 7: Called to the Forest (Pt.2 of 2) by Unexplained Podcast

The second and final instalment of S04 Episode 7: Called to the Forest

In February 1978, five men from the Yuba-Sutter Area in Northern California, took a short trip to watch their favourite basketball team play in a local derby. The heartbreaking story of how the men never returned home is not in doubt. What exactly happened to them however, remains to this day, unexplained...

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S04 Episode 7: Called to the Forest (Pt. 1 of 2) by Unexplained Podcast

In February 1978, five men from the Yuba-Sutter Area in Northern California, took a short trip to watch their favourite basketball team play in a local derby. The heartbreaking story of how the men never returned home is not in doubt. What exactly happened to them however, remains to this day, unexplained...

Go to @unexplainedpod, facebook.com/unexplained or www.unexplainedpodcast.com for more info. Thank you for listening.

S04 Episode 6 Extra: Thoughts Unsaid and then Forgotten by Unexplained Podcast

 

Last week's episode about the infamous ghost ship Mary Celeste put me in mind of a story about influential artist Bas Jan Ader. In 1975, Ader was lost at sea after attempting a solo crossing of the Atlantic Ocean. In this extra episode we learn more about Ader's trip and the extraordinary ideas that inspired him to attempt it in the first place.

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Bas Jan Ader in Ocean Wave (© Estate of Bas Jan Ader / Mary Sue Ader Andersen, 2016 / The Artist Rights Society (ARS) New York, courtesy Meliksetian | Briggs, Los Angeles)

Bas Jan Ader in Ocean Wave (© Estate of Bas Jan Ader / Mary Sue Ader Andersen, 2016 / The Artist Rights Society (ARS) New York, courtesy Meliksetian | Briggs, Los Angeles)

 

S04 Episode 6: The Silence of the Sea by Unexplained Podcast

 

On December 4th 1872, the crew of the cargo ship Dei Gratia, came across a ghost ship set adrift in the Atlantic Ocean, 400 miles to the east of the Azores. The fate of the vessel, Mary Celeste, and that of its crew has since become known as perhaps the greatest maritime mystery of all time.

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S04 Episode 5 Extra: Deadly Skins by Unexplained Podcast

 

In last week’s episode, Pre-Sense, a young girl claimed to see people who had long since died. This story was used as the basis for the 2013 film, The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia.  The film played on the idea that these spirits were ghosts of dead slaves who had died while trying to escape the region back in the mid 1800s.

This week's Extra looks at the incredible story of Ellen and William Craft, who also attempted to escape the region around the same time.

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