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Welcome to the Cult. Wanna hear something weird? On Cult Talks: Weird Shit, we discuss bizarre true crime, weird encounters, strange history, wild places, and eccentric people.Three stories per episode, from across the globe, all alleged to be true. Sometimes they're funny, sometimes they're creepy, but they're always weird. Cult Talks: Weird Shit. Let's get weird.
 
Explore the unconventional in the creative process through interviews with artists, filmmakers and other creative types with host and artist Jeffrey Morabito. Ever see someone who has paint on their pants, tattoo sleeves, an asymmetrical haircut, and someone exclaims that guy/girl must be an artist? There’s a romantic notion that artists need to be eccentric, but the real oddities usually happen behind closed doors.
 
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Wanna hear more weird recordings? Good, because we explore secret radio stations and their coded messages, but first, Tyler joins us remotely to delight us with ridiculous fad diets from the past, before Eric talks more about the mysterious Les UX in Paris that we met last episode. They do more than just set up movie theaters in glorified caves. Le…
 
Welcome to a bonus episode of Cult Talks: Weird Shit, where Ian tells us 6 true stories about people who suffered a bizarre death. So what's the lie? In two of the six true stories, the person involved in the accident actually survived. Can you guess who lived through their weird accident? https://linktr.ee/Culttalknet…
 
It’s Thanksgiving and we’re thankful for all of our listeners, as a special token of appreciation enjoy this Thanksgiving day special featuring the 2008 cult horror classic “ThanksKilling”! Nudity, gore, cheesy lines, and one bad Turkey make this one holiday flick you can’t afford to not feast on. Happy Thanksgiving! Make sure to follow @culttalkne…
 
What's the weirdest movie theater you've ever been to? With theaters opening back up, it's the perfect time for Eric to take us to an underground movie theater in Paris. Literally underground, in the catacombs. Next, Ben tells the tale of a serial killer who puts Jack the Ripper to shame. If he even existed. And lastly, Ian cranks the tunes and fuc…
 
What's the weirdest correlation you've heard all day? Today's episode ditches the themes and goes back to a random grab bag. Michael regales us with strange data sets that seem to correlate, despite a total lack of logically links. Then Ian takes over, telling us first about a small town's bullying problem, and then tells us one of his favorite hil…
 
You're in for a treat, and maybe a few tricks! The cult can think of no better way to celebrate this spooky day than by covering Michael Dougherty's Trick'rTreat. Thank you for joining us in our month-long celebration this Cultober. Happy Halloween! Enjoy this bonus episode where we talk about one of our favorite movies! Be sure to follow @culttalk…
 
What's the creepiest shit you've heard all day? Happy Halloween, it's time to get weird. Ian brings us to New Jersey to hear the unbelievable variety of stories from a haunted road. Next, Ben takes us to Saskatchewan for a true crime tale with a possible supernatural twist. We skip over to Ireland next for the bloody and violent story of Leap Castl…
 
Marybeth Chew takes a deep dive into the main source of her paintings; film stills from horror films. This process deals with much more than just paintings and films, but a greater transformation of how we identify ourselves through movies in today's image-conscious society. See www.instagram.com/i_know_strange_people/ for images and comments.…
 
What's the most convincing horror movie you've ever seen? Today on Cult Talks: Weird Shit, we are still at Bigfoot Ridge, but we've moved on from Grassman and Jim... kind of. Today's episode discusses fictional horror movies that were presented convincingly enough to fool people into thinking they were real. First, we talk about the genius (and a b…
 
New species are discovered all the time, so you never truly know what's out there. Recorded on location at Bigfoot Ridge campground in Salt Fork State Park, we spent the night in the Grassman's stomping ground, so obviously we talk all about him. We also discuss other cryptids, like overgrown anacondas, various goatmen from around the country, and …
 
Happy October! Today we bring you not three, but FOUR creepy tales of beings and other things from another world. Eric brings us a list of different celebrities who have claimed to encounter UFOs, while Michael brings us a list of strange recordings captured from beyond our atmosphere. After that, Ian brings us to West Virginia to introduce us to t…
 
Hell hath no fury, like a woman in power. Today we are going to do some traveling. Our first destination is the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains National Park, so Ian can tell us about four disturbing cold case disappearances. This one creeped out Ian more than any story he has told yet. Next we return to Africa, because Ben has yet another murderou…
 
We wanted to bring you some of the strange offerings our home state has to offer. It isn't known for much, besides being a "flyover state", so we decided to dip our toes into one thing it has plenty of: Weird-ass stories. First we hear a released 911 call, where we listen to the moment a serial killer is apprehended. We then visit the capitol city …
 
What would you be willing to do to cement your legacy in music history? Before we look into that question, Bailey is going to tell us about a tree. That has more legal sovereignty than a lot of Americans do. After that, Ben introduces us to a Danish explorer (among other things) Peter Freuchen. His entire life could be a standalone episode of Weird…
 
Welcome to a special bonus episode of Cult Talks: Weird Shit! This short episode teases a new premise, where Ian tells Eric and Tyler three stories. Two of them are documented true events, and one of them is a lie that Ian made up. Can you guess which stories are truth and which story is the lie? Make sure to follow @CultTalkNet on Instagram, Twitt…
 
Can animals be cruel? Let's explore this possibility (again... thanks Gustave) on this episode! Ben brings us the famous tale of the Tsavo Man-Eaters, a pair of murderous lions from the Kenyan countryside. But before that, Eric and Tyler help relieve Ian of his presenting duties, bringing us a list of jokes and humor from our ancestors, as well as …
 
For Homer Shew, the art department was where he found his community in boarding school. This continued in college to the extent he had to move back in NY to be with his community. After being moved to make a painting of chef in an alleyway in Chinatown, Homer began his series of portraits of Chinese-Americans. See www.instagram.com/i_know_strange_p…
 
How often do you think about where your trash goes? On this episode, we start things off with some true crime by presenting the tale of a serial killer. One with a ridiculously high kill count. Then Ian regales us with the legend of the Piasa, a dragon tale from a Native American culture that many people seem to overlook. And finally, that damn gar…
 
What's the weirdest shit you've heard all day? Ian is bringing us all three stories today. One of our stories brings us to the famous Half Dome of Yosemite National Park in California to hear the story of a deadly hiking trip. Our other two stories are both from our home state of Ohio. We hear about a runaway train nicknamed Crazy 8s that inspired …
 
For abstract painter Hollis Heichemer, going with the flow works well for her. We talk about the many jobs we've had, watching nature change, our love for Haruki Murakami and getting rid of that noise so that you can go down deeper into your creativity. See www.instagram.com/i_know_strange_people/ for images and comments.…
 
What's the weirdest shit you've heard all day? Fourth of July is nearly upon us, so let's celebrate with some bizarre war stories from the big one! We meet two unique and celebrated soldiers. One is a crazy English man with exceptional archery skills, and the other is a bear. Like a literal bear. We also hear the story of Ramree Island, where a bat…
 
What's the weirdest shit you've heard all day? Tyler presents us a series of bizarre recordings from deep under the ocean, starting with the famous Bloop and spiraling out from there. Our second tale is a retelling of a horrific and incredibly violent accident. One of the many dangers of one of the most dangerous jobs on the planet. Finally, Bailey…
 
Artist and Filmmaker David Scott Kessler reveals his long journey in completing his documentary “The Pine Barrens”. David takes cues from originally being a painter on how to work the camera, while challenging his preconceived ideas about the people and place that inhabit this film. See www.instagram.com/i_know_strange_people/ for images and commen…
 
What's the weirdest shit you've heard all day? Welcome to Cult Talks: Weird Shit, the inaugural episode! Today's tales take us to Colorado for a woman tormented by a mysterious recording... and of course we play the recording. Next, we hear a list of literal weird shit. The animal kingdom is full of some very unusual turds. And lastly, we head to A…
 
What's the weirdest shit you've heard all day? Today we have the tale of a woman who may have murdered a man in broad daylight, and on camera. But she was never identified or arrested. Next, Ian relays the story of a theoretical AI that may be blackmailing you from the future, before it even exists. He is genuinely sorry if he dooms you to eternal …
 
What does the Cult talk about? Sometimes, the Cult talks Weird Shit. This is a short teaser episode of Cult Talks: Weird Shit, the upcoming podcast where we tell you the weirdest shit you've probably heard all day. Listen as we discuss strange festivals from small towns around the world. Celebrate Easter by firing hundreds of hand made rockets, or …
 
Ashley didn't fit in with the cool kids in the Art Department, so she studied Greek and Latin instead, inadvertently learning what was really important for her paintings. Cool kids, bad paintings, the music scene in Athens Georgia, weaving in the Odyssey, and Mac'n Cheese are some of the topics that are discussed. See www.instagram.com/i_know_stran…
 
Mary DeVincentis discusses the multiple sources for her rich imagery and narrative in her painting. Having Aphantasia, the inability to visualize mental images, sources such as spoken word and song lyrics provides a pathway to her inner world. See www.instagram.com/i_know_strange_people/ for images and comments.…
 
A Memphis Tennessee native, Paul Behnke's art has brought him many places. Currently based in Taos, New Mexico, he was a part of the Bushwick art scene for some years when he co-ran the gallery, Stout Projects. Along with his paintings we get to talk about movies, Star Trek, pop culture, pandemic life, and his new project, Monklike Habits. See www.…
 
Painter Clintel Steed talks about his latest exhibition, "Behind the Hood". In this interview, the hood is not just the last stop on the subway, but it also refers to hood worn by the Ku Klux Klan. It was a popular trope for Philip Guston to paint as a challenge to white supremacy. When it was recently announced that Guston's retrospective at the N…
 
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