Episode 11 – Scary for Kids

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Brrrr! It's the winter solstice up in the Northern Hemisphere, so it's time for some tales of cold weather creepiness to fit the mood. First up, Wyatt presents a real-life psychological phenomenon that may be behind stories of a famously cannibalistic First Nations folk monster, as well as reasons why this is totally fine to tell children.

Next, Jake misses an obvious opportunity for a Jabu-Jabu joke and plows straight into a description of a marine behemoth potentially lurking in the waters of the southern seas, where it is decidedly not winter. Could the Japanese government be keeping this huge, aquatic, Antarctic humanoid a secret? Does that sentence even make sense? Eat your whole family, do some shots in an ice tube, and give a listen to this week's episode of Superduperstitious!

EPISODE LINKS

WYATT'S STORY

Scary for Kids
Knowlegenuts
Executed Today
Rampage (p. 67)

JAKE'S STORY

Mysterious Universe article
Google Maps image
Photo 1
Photo 2
Photo 3
Underwater video