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“Rhode Island! We have big opinions about the smallest state. Did you know it’s not an island at all? Yeah. You’ve been lied to by everyone. It’s a small state full of vampires, Sasquatch, and misunderstandings about what it means to be AN ISLAND...Ethan isn’t in this episode, which is probably fine. I wouldn’t worry about him. He’s not fired. And Falcon/Rick also was absent, but you won’t even notice that. Come listen as Victor gets his groove back and Dan steals the show.
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We’re talkin’ here! That’s right, ya mooks, the boys are taking a bite of the big apple (and the other less known locales in the state of New York.). Listen as we share first hand stories about Grant’s Tomb, and talk about the one haunting on which modern American folk lore can’t help but constantly reference. So pour yourself an unsweet tea, get on the D Train, and join us! Cubs Suck!
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Come saunter down to the Grand Canyon in the great state of Arizona with the Go Folk Yourself Team (but don’t forget your permit if you plan on staying the night.) This episode is brought to you straight from the Annex. Brett and Victor tackle the desert heat, the mysteries of the goat sucker, and an American classic taxidermy project. (Spoiler: Did I forget to mention that there’s a very aggressive and muscular cryptid? You don’t want to miss this one.)
Come skip down the yellow brick road that winds through the plains and lowlands of Kansas with the Go Folk Yourself Team. The team encounters a macabre real event that is worth hanging around for, and then discusses one of the most famous graveyards in America. (Spoiler: This episode could be your ticket to hell, just like on UPN’s Supernatural.) (Secondary Spoiler: That hanging around joke is going to slay once you tune in.)
Come venture across the Appalachian Highlands with the Go Folk Yourself Team as they visit West Virginia. The team receives some much needed criticism, discusses beloved train associated folk figures, and the American Civil War. (Spoiler: Richard Gere fans will be delighted as we tackle his cinematic tour de force in this week's episode that combines everyone's favorite topics: possible aliens, frightening omens, and a bridge disaster. You don't want to miss this one, you bunch of hill people.)
Come take a moonlit stroll through the Pine Barrens of New Jersey with the Go Folk Yourself Team. The team dives into one of the most beloved and discussed of American folk tales, and have some surprising revelations. (Spoiler: We talk about exactly what you think we are. This is not a hockey centric episode, you bunch of Pineys.)
Come take a hike through the coastal plains of Maryland, birthplace of internet sensation and shameless cohost Dan. The team gains valuable insight into how to write a state song during the Civil War, and why you shouldn't treat the wounds of any local actors. (Spoiler) Also, there's a possibly demonic or genetically modified goatman.
Come take a stroll through the woods of Tennessee where raccoon skin hats are still the height of fashion, Nashville isn't just some terrible show, and Brett learns that some historical figures aren't actually folk legends. Listen in for possibly the weirdest historical celebrity cameo in all of American ghost stories, and for Brett to nerd out over witchcraft things and alleged ghostmurder.