Top Rated Mythology Podcasts

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Knowing My Nightmares is a thrilling horror story podcast where each episode is based on the hosts actual nightmares. Listen as Charlie Conlon describes his horrifying dreams filled with monsters and cryptids through compelling audio design. Then listen as he breaks down the dreams, and talks about about the monsters within them.
Welcome to Historical AF where a historian, librarian, and the occasional surprise guest hit the giggle water to deliver the funny, weird, morbid and spooky historical nuggets you never knew you needed in your ear holes.
☆☆☆☆☆ weekly podcast about the strange and the random. Weekly news, mysteries and conspiracy theories. Never a straight answer N.A.S.A looks at the wired world of the internet world history, Funny and interesting facts, science theory and more. Recorded live from Manchester, United kingdom. Join Gaz and Taylor accompanied by the odd guest for Never a straight answer. Find us on social media Twitter @NASA_NEVER Instagram @neverstraightanswer Email neverstraightanswer@gmail.com 👽
Munchen, Minnesota has fallen on hard times. Neighborhoods have emptied out, crime is rampant. But Munchen's got an even more serious problem: It's on the verge of a supernatural infestation. Serial podcast drama in the style of a TV show!
Humble Hauntings is a biweekly podcast that gives listeners a paranormal tour around the globe and throughout history. Each episode will focus on a different supernatural topic and will discuss how our society and our culture is shaped by ghost stories and tales of the unknown.
An archetypal exploration of Norse Mythology and other myths and legends of Northern Europe.
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Oh My Goddess! is a podcast where two gal pals discuss inspiring women, both mythological and modern. This podcast explores fiction and nonfiction women and how they shape our culture and reality today. Come join us for laughs, encouragement and of course, our favorite Goddesses! Co-hosted by Taylor Rife and Stephanie Earl.
Each episode we take a fresh look at an ancient myth from Greece or Rome. Join us as we discuss what the ancient sources have to say for themselves about some of our favourite myths. Further information, including music credits, available on the blog http://mythtake.blog or our PodBean site http://alisoninnes.podbean.com. Hosts @darrinsunstrum and @InnesAlison
Entertaining, booze fueled, informative podcast about lesser known monsters, cryptids, creatures, and general folklore from around the world. Pour a drink and join us!
Find Your Gods is a celebration of the ancient myths and an exploration of their resonance in our modern world. In each episode, we take a look at a story from mythology and explore the underlying themes and ideas.
Rediscover the stars and constellations of the night sky through these dramatic myths, brought to life by Bibi Jacob’s vivid storytelling. We start off with Greco-Roman constellation myths. They’re juicy, funny, disturbing and moving. The next time you gaze up at those glittery stars and galaxies on a clear night, let these stories carry you away.
Spectral Asylum is an Irish podcast dedicated to delving into the depths of myths, conspiracy theories, the paranormal, dark history and a touch of true crime; all while having a bit of a laugh and fun. Anything dark and spooky, you can bet we’ll talk about it. From Nordic Witchcraft to Black Eyed Children, From Flat Earth to Elizabeth Bathory, we have it all. Spectral Asylum is hosted by Laura and Craig, a married couple with a bit too much time on our hands and a love for all things that haunt dreams. We don’t claim to be the best researchers, the best podcasters or have the most knowledge, we do this all to have a bit of fun and share what we’ve learned with you. Come join the Asylum, we’re all mad here. Did you know we also have a Youtube channel? Check us out https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2r9z3Zi2bkDY2Q-Q56JW9Q
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