The Vampire of Croglin Grange
769, March 2, 2021
Which came first: the publication of this famous vampire story, or its associated family tradition?
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Learning Styles, Re-examined Episode 764, January 26, 2021 Most teachers believe that students have different learning styles and curricula can be tailored to it. Not so much.
Elvis Sightings and You Episode 763, January 19, 2021 People keep thinking Elvis is still alive — and here's why that matters to you.
On the Trail of the Yowie Episode 762, January 12, 2021 Australia's version of Bigfoot may — or may not — have its origin in Aboriginal mythology.
Percy Schmeiser vs Monsanto Episode 759, December 22, 2020 The most famous case in the history of Monsanto vs. small farmers might not be what you think.
Finding the USS Cyclops Episode 758, December 15, 2020 This most famous ship disappearance from the Bermuda Triangle probably had nothing to do with it.
The Montauk Project Episode 757, December 8, 2020 Some believe the government opened up time portals underneath Long Island, New York.
The Death Ship SS Ourang Medan Episode 756, December 1, 2020 This ship was said to be discovered with all its crew dead under unexplainable circumstances.
Examining Gulf War Illness Episode 755, November 24, 2020 Some researchers believe there is no such thing as Gulf War Illness, and the rest have more questions than answers.
About That Life on Mars... Episode 754, November 17, 2020 Good scientists can get the wrong idea, but they don't need to make it worse by announcing bad science.
Observing the Bystander Effect Episode 749, October 13, 2020 Some research has found that crowds are apathetic and don't render assistance; some has found the opposite.
Who Sank the Maine? Episode 748, October 6, 2020 Many theories surround the mysterious sinking of the USS Maine that triggered the Spanish-American War.
Hitler's Operation Long Jump Episode 747, September 29, 2020 Popular stories claim that the Nazis tried to assassinate Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin in Tehran in 1943. More episodes