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Episode 13 - Definitely Not a Furby in a Mitten with The Haunted Mitten Podcast
In this episode, the lovely ladies from the Haunted Mitten Podcast stopped by to chat about all things paranormal in Michigan. We talked about ghosts, UFOs, aliens, bigfoot, dreams, and tons more. A real variety episode.
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I was lucky enough to find this old "zine" online for a really agreeable price. I found out about it from the book "Valiant Thor's Guide to the Inner Earth" by Bruce Walton and Gray Barker. Essentially, the book is a collection of references to hundreds of books and magazine articles concerning hollow Earth, inner Earth, and of course, my favorite Etidorhpa.
Search Magazine was published by Palmer Publications' Ray Palmer.
Ray Palmer published many of Richard Shaver's works, including the "I Remember Lemuria" story or "A Warning to Future Man" that was mentioned in our VERY FIRST EPISODE: A War Beneath Our Feet!
There is an article in this issue of Search Magazine that outlines the tale of John Hatfield Hart, who attempted to locate Zoroaster's cave (entrance to Etidorhpa) near Smithland, Kentucky. Although it does not specify the date of this journey, it was still a fascinating read. I decided to share this with you all and hopefully drum up some more information on any part of the story you can "dig up".
Feel free to email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org for info on this case or any other weirdo stuff you want to share!
With all of that being said, enjoy "I searched for Etidorhpa" by John Hatfield Hart in it's entirety.
In this episode of Paranormal Patio, pull up a chair with my guest Kiki Dombroski as we set out to talk about...well, we weren't sure. But it turned into a pretty great conversation, quickly.
It turns out, when it comes to the paranormal...it all comes back to Kentucky.
Visit Kiki on her website!