Ep. 26 – Call Her DADA

Show Notes

It’s our one-year anniversary! One year of Booze + Spirits, and despite all that experience, Mel shows up late, Cait pulls her conversation cues from Cards Against Humanity, and Nick talked into the cold mic while the hot mic was in another part of the room again (sorry for the potato quality). For this momentous event we decided on a episode touching some of the darker, nastier denizens of the paranormal world (the ghost ones, not douchey or pretentious ghost hunters), and some ways to keep yourself from being caught in their webs. So sit in for an extra long, sub-quality version of Defense Against the Dark Arts class, and at the end Cait will send you home with a recipe for a Bloody Mary that doubles as a protection spell!

Like we mention in the podcast, Michelle Bellanger is one of our favorite sources for information on psychic and magical arts. You can find her books through her website, though some of our favorites are listed below:
The Ghost Hunter’s Survival Guide
The Psychic Vampire Codex
The Dictionary of Demons

The Phillip Experiment – Artificial creation of a spirit entity (see also tulpas)

How to Lucid Dream

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Theme music is “Come Back Down” by The Lonely Wild, licensed through audiio.

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Remember to drink responsibly and in accordance with your local laws. Don’t end up our next ghost!

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