Here Be Monsters tracks on Soundclound

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  • HBM112: Negative Space
    Here Be Monsters
    21:25
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    Jeff listens to the spaces inbetween words to see if the answers to his problems are buried there. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM111: Waiting For Earth
    Here Be Monsters
    29:23
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    Bethany Denton wonders if her unborn children still watch her from the premortal existence. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM110: Big Numbers
    Here Be Monsters
    26:21
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    Jeff explains why numbers are like telescopes. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM109: Untitled Noises of New York (Sound Matters)
    Here Be Monsters
    27:06
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    HBM host Jeff Emtman attempts to capture the essence of NYC. Re-aired from the Bang and Olufsen podcast Sound Matters. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM108: Witch of Saratoga
    Here Be Monsters
    18:53
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    Sleeping in the forest as homage to Angeline Tubbs, aka. “The Witch of Saratoga.” [Full description at https://HBMpodcast.com/]

  • HBM107: Carlo Surrenders
    Here Be Monsters
    32:35
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    In theology school, Carlo Nakar asked, “Lord, what is the hardest thing you could possibly ask me to do?” He got a verbal answer. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM106: Beautiful Stories about Dead Animals (part 2)
    Here Be Monsters
    28:46
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    Personal stories of animal death and the bodies they leave behind, as told by writer Kryssanne Adams. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM105: Beautiful Stories about Dead Animals (part 1)
    Here Be Monsters
    28:11
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    Personal stories of animal death and the bodies they leave behind, as told by writer Kryssanne Adams. Part 1 of 2. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM104: Scrapheap Reactor
    Here Be Monsters
    29:35
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    Max Turnquist is building a fusion reactor in his bedroom. [PHOTOS AND FULL DESCRIPTION https://www.hbmpodcast.com]

  • HBM103: Fate’s Notebook
    Here Be Monsters
    38:50
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    Reynaldo Gulin had a notebook full of warnings and advice that was supposed to keep his family from danger. But after he died, a second, unforeseen death shook his family’s faith in Santeria. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM102: Breath Holder
    Here Be Monsters
    18:04
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    Free diver Archer Mayo searches for unusual treasures in the murky water of the Columbia River. [[FOR PHOTOS AND VIDEO GO TO https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM101: Much Corruption
    Here Be Monsters
    32:42
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    Jeff Emtman finds himself distracted by dragons and their ilk as he kayaks with one of the world’s hairiest people. [[ Full description at https://HBMpodcast.com ]]

  • HBM100: Faraway Minds
    Here Be Monsters
    34:38
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    Anna Klein thinks that tea tastes better on the Faroe Islands than in Denmark. She thinks the water’s more pure there, and she often thinks about moving there. But she also worries that her fantasies of running away to the remote corners of the world may be a familial urge to isolate herself, the same way her father did...a tendency that ultimately contributed to his early death. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS AT http://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM099: Spell for the Repulsion of Psychic Vampires
    Here Be Monsters
    15:00
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    There’s currently an invisible, supernatural pandemic affecting the world, or so claims HBM host Jeff Emtman. What else could explain the wide-ranging malaise of our current times? He thinks that the most logical conclusion is that astral energy vampires are draining humans of their lifeforce en masse. Jeff’s never encountered one of these beasts, but that’s probably because he’s developed an elaborate spell to trap them in an alternate timeline. In this video episode of Here Be Monsters, Jeff shares his special spell of repulsion. [[SEE THE VIDEO VERSION OF THIS EPISODE HERE: https://youtu.be/0BGG0pSFZoM -- OR VISIT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM098: Feed the Queen
    Here Be Monsters
    23:24
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    NEW EPISODE: In which we honor a 15 year old moms with 1,000,000+ fungus-loving children. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS AT http://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM097: Fox Teeth
    Here Be Monsters
    20:59
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    In the Westfjords of Iceland, people wait for birds to come ashore so that they can gather the feathers they leave behind. These birds, called Eider Ducks, are the source of eiderdown, a ridiculously expensive and rare stuffing for bedding. This has landed the Arctic Fox (literally) in the crosshairs. These relatively common foxes are opportunistic eaters who snack on eider ducks if they get the chance. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM096: Are We Still Afraid?
    Here Be Monsters
    30:33
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    Here Be Monsters is almost 100 episodes old. So in this episode, we “answer” a question about guinea pigs, hear updates from our old sources, and reveal our own, very-non-FDA-approved, brand of enhancement supplements. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM095: The Bats that Stay
    Here Be Monsters
    29:48
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    Not all migratory bats migrate. We don’t know why some choose to stay behind at their summer roosts. But according to the University of Washington’s Sharlene Santana, the bats that stay tend to die. In this episode, HBM host Jeff Emtman attempts to make a metaphor about bats and humans. Perhaps it’s anthropomorphic, perhaps it’s unnecessarily poetic, or perhaps it’s a fair one. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS AT http://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM094: The Fatigue of Violence
    Here Be Monsters
    21:41
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    In the nearly 20 years that Susan Randall’s been working as a private investigator, she’s seen Vermont’s most disadvantaged people struggling to have life’s most basic amenities. Sometimes her job is to interview people addicted to crack, to help determine whether they’re suitable parents. Sometimes her job is to examine blood spatter at gruesome crime scenes. Susan has seen how humanity’s worst instincts become possible where cyclical poverty, incarceration, and drug addiction wreak havoc on communities. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AT https://www.hbmpodcast.com]]

  • HBM093: The Brain Scoop
    Here Be Monsters
    15:57
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    In this episode taxidermist Divya Anantharaman carries a recorder with her while as she slowly disassembles a deceased pet parrot: snipping joints, scooping brains, removing eyes, separating the skin from the body. Birds’ skin is very thin—Divya likens the peeling to removing a delicate silk stocking. [[FULL DESCRIPTION AND PHOTOS AT http://www.hbmpodcast.com]]