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Ep. 21 – [title not found]

Show Notes

It’s the last gasp before Nick and Cait head out into the wilderness for vacation, so what better way to make themselves paranoid than with a collection of stories about people who mysteriously vanished in the woods? Nick and Cait give a surface look at the very deep Missing 411 phenomenon, as Cait shares the weirdest stories of missing people she can find. Then Nick applies the Missing 411 philosophy to some more recent missing cases and gives us an account of getting lost in the forest under completely non-mysterious circumstances for context. Cait finishes things off with a drink that will put the trees themselves in your mouth and in your blood.

Find the recipe for Spruce Ginner here!

Missing 411 online bookstore

David Paulides’s YouTube Channel

Henry McCabe news report

The case of The Green Children of Woolpit.

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RECIPE: Lizz’o the Irish

Drizzle honey around interior of serving glass.  Combine whiskey, vodka, lemon, berries & sage in a shaker & muddle with ice. (Pro tip: Clap fresh herbs between your hands before placing in cocktails to release the flavor.)  Dump shaker contents (including ice!) into serving glass and top with ginger ale.

Episode 10 – Lizzo and the Giant Otter

Show Notes

Happy Amateur Night! In this episode, Nick and Cait celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a couple of Emerald Isle tales. First up is the ghostly denizens of Malahide Castle, then the story of the fierce aquatic cryptid, the Dobhar-chú. After that, we present a bright and fruity St. Patty’s cocktail alternative to green beer and stout shot-bomb drinks. Éirinn go Brách!

Get the recipe for Lizz’o the Irish here!

Grace Connolly’s Gravestone

We got research about the Dobhar-chú from all over the internet, but we want to give a special shout-out to In The Dark Air for having a write-up way more extensive than anything we did! Check it out!

More Dobhar-chú goodness: The Creature Codex stated one for Pathfinder tabletop games. Very cool!

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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 be our next ghost!