Christmas Spirits

1h 9m ·

Christmas Spirits

On this episode of Expanded Perspectives, the guys start the show off by talking about the new Cocaine Bear movie that is about to come out in theaters. Then, scientists have uncovered a lizard fossil that hadn’t been seen since the 1950s and army ant fossils that were hidden at Harvard University for almost 100 years. At the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) in Hobart, Tasmania. Researchers there found the long-lost remains of the last known Tasmanian tiger, or thylacine ( Thylacinus cynocephalus). The remains have been missing for over 85 years. Then, a listener writes into the show with a strange tale of seeing a Bigfoot while out fishing in Nebraska back in 1959! A person believes that they saw a small Troll, Gnome or Duende crossed a street right in front of them while riding their bike.

After the break, Cam brings up some strange stories involving Christmas! When people hear the words “ghosts” and “Christmas” in the same sentence, one is likely to immediately think of those of Charles Dickens’ beloved classic story A Christmas Carol, with Scrooge and his harrowing night of being visited by the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future. Other than this, it does not seem that this season of joy and peace should have anything at all to do with ghosts and phantoms, with hauntings typically the furthest thing from people’s minds at this time of year. And yet there are strange stories out there involving Christmas!

All of this and more on this installment of Expanded Perspectives!


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  • Josh

    Just amazing!


    Albert Einstein said, 'If you can't explain it simply enough, you haven't understood it well enough'.Dr Andrew brings such simplicity to explaining the workings of the brain. It's actually a hacker's guide into our own brain. You are doing great service to humanity Dr Andrew.

    8 months ago·3 likes·

    Love the podcast, good episode and clear audio! Keep these comming

    8 months ago·1 like·
  • laurin

    This podcast and the sub has made the show better


    Is that a prop 😂

    8 months ago·7 likes·
  • Sophie

    Good stuff keep it up


    So inspiring and motivational ! Great podcast ⭐️

    8 months ago·1 like·

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