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Ghost Stories

I listen to a variety of podcasts.  Yes, my best beloveds, you would be surprised at the wide range of podcasts I listen to.  One of my favorite podcast hosts is Seth Andrews over at The Thinking Atheist.  He’s got one of the best non-consensus reality podcasts out there.  You don’t have to be an atheist to enjoy it.  Plus, he’s got the best voice in the podcast universe.

Every year at about Halloween, he does a special Ghost Story episode.  This year doesn’t disappoint.  The “Two sentence ghost stories” that are included in this year’s episode truly freaked me out.  Seth shows that even atheists are people who like a good story – and traditional holidays – just like everyone else.

So, get your hot chocolate, turn down the lights and gather round your computer for The Thinking Atheist Podcast Ghost Stories 2014.  Bwahahahahahahhhhhhh!

And if you liked that, check out:

TTA Ghost Stories 2013

TTA Ghost Stories 2012

No, no, don’t thank me.  Thank Seth.


4 Responses

  1. OO! Fun!!! Thanks!

  2. Have you listened to the BBC podcasts called Desert Island Discs? They are great and go way back. Premise seemed a bit contrived until I listened to the first one and loved it. Just wonderful! You will be hooked, too! They are through iTunes or other place. There are 70 years of them, once a week.

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