Recently, I was blessed to be a part of a livestream with Penny Royal Podcast's Liminal Lodge. This was my second time, with the first being via the internet. If you haven't listened to the Penny Royal episode of the Paranormal Patio, you can do that here.
I had been planning my trip to Kentucky for weeks. The bulk of my time was spent on the way down, stopping every so often to capture film and photos of various locations for an upcoming video project. This was the culmination of months of research. I can't wait to share all of it with you guys in the future.
But since I was going to be back down in Kentucky, and Nathan, Darian, and Kyle were planning to talk about "Subterranean Kentucky" on the Liminal Lodge, I reached out to Nathan to see if it could be arranged to plan my visit around this particular livestream. The topic is probably my second most researched (Mothman of Point Pleasant, I'm looking at you!) He was incredibly excited to hear that I was planning the trip and immediately welcomed me to stop by Pure Grain Studios above Jarfly Brewing for the livestream.
Nathan also was gracious enough to have me be a part of the show to talk a little bit about my trip. I couldn't be more thankful or more excited. This was the absolute best case scenario for a discussion topic for me to witness live. I've been a member of the Liminal Lodge since I interviewed Nathan and Darian back in November of 2020. The group's livestreams are weekly on Monday nights at 8:00pm EST/7:00pm CST and you have to be a member of their Patreon to get into the lodge's secret Facebook group, but it is well worth the small subscription and 2 minutes to set up.
On top of the weekly livestreams, the Liminal Lodge is host to incredible, vast discussion on all things weird, odd, paranormal, and Kentuckian; especially if it involves the town of Somerset (where the show was recorded and the livestreams come out of.) If you can, come join us and help us research and dig and learn and laugh together. It is one of the absolute best collectives you could be a part of.