Saturday 29 January 2022 rebroadcast of 27 April 2019
Brian and Terrie Seech
Our guests tonight were cryptozoologists
Brian and Terrie Seech,
Center for Cryptozoological Studies,
asked about what got them into the paranormal.
Terrie spoke about her young adult life UFO sightings, as well as ghost experiences in her childhood home.
They went into more details about various UFOs as Henry worked at getting
back on the call, as Skype kept kicking me off the call throughout the show tonight.
She and Brian saw a UFO once when they were out trick or treating.
A child of the 70s, Brian had watched the
In Search Of
type shows, specifically
pointed out how back then shows like
dealt with various subjects, while nowadays various paranormal series are topic specific.
They investigated such areas as
Raccoon Creek State Park
Beaver Creek State Park
Terrie gave shout outs to their
Center for Cryptozoological Studies
group's core members, thanking them for their investigative work.
In southwest of Pennsylvia, they and their group goes out both at night and during the day, the latter being understandably easier so as to spot tracks.
Kat had them discuss cryptids that have actually been sighted at Gettysburg.
Brian stressed they and their group have collected and archive thirty year's worth of journalism articles on sightings.
We talked about Sasquatch and their level/s of intelligence, seemingly their knowing to
leaving tracks and such.
Henry asked about the difference/s between different names, such as the
Ohio Grass Man,
though there was a rash of three-toed track sightings, and a four-toed primate-like creature.
Kat wondered whether the toe-count may be indictative of either different species, mutation, et al
Henry asked after the September 17th
lamenting his probably not being able to attend.
Terrie spoke about some of her ghost experiences in the home in which she grew up.
Skype was being a complete dink to me this whole evening, consistently dropping me, then having a "speaker issue," when I could no longer hear anyone, though they could hear my typing.
I rebooted, and as I accepted the call, Skype cancelled it to update itself
(an annoyance usually taking place before the show),
then I was able to get back on.
Meanwhile, no one but Henry and the
live chat room
could actually hear the commercial breaks' audio.
Ceiling Cat Barbara Duncan
reported out havng listeners tonight in the US, the UK, Canada, Unknown, and Singapore.
A fellow sci-fi fan, Brian Seech and I also turned out to be fellow fans of the film
Kat and I revelled in learning Brian being a fellow
movie fan, specifically
although while he never officially got into the TV series version of
he did see the two
Doctor Who and the Daleks/Dalek Invasion Earth 2150 AD
Brian stressed that ghost data still being trickier as proof rather than physical evidence cryptids leave, such as tracks.
Kat spoke about her latest fascination:
and that Brian and Terrie work with the new
North American Dog Man Project.
Brian indicated there being a cyptid called the
that, like the Dog Man, is often seen near power substations.
We also discussed the numerous "albino"
A lot of the best corroborative witness sightings were pre-Internet, so witnesses were never exposed to contamination by seeing things online.
We did bring up my
own home state's
cryptid, and my knowing my
Jersey Devil Hunter
who works with the
Jersey Devil Hunters
CC asked about whether Sasquatch are terrestial animals, or inter-dimensional beings.
The issue of their being territorial was also addresed.
Brian gave out various Event Dates:
public presentation at the
Chinengal Public Library
in Sharon, Pennsylvania
they'll be at the
(no vendor table)
They will be at
the following week
they'll be hosting a presentation at the
Cranberry Creek Library
they're sponsoring the
in Blairsville, Pennsylvania
2nd Annual Bigfoot Day
in Beaver Creek State Park, Ohio, which will also have an Overnight, after a
The Beast of Whitehall
screening of the
will be only
Center for Cryptozoological Studies
Women in the Paranormal Day,
with only women speakers
As we were out of time, we wrapped rather hastily.
Our general practice is to thank again our guests nce offline, but as to everyone but Henry and the Recording, there was "no audio," so Brian chirped on, thanking us for having them on, all over the ending outro music.
I could help but amusedly point out that despite that face we Couldn't Hear It
there was still music being played...