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Monsters and Ecstatic Truth

We discuss the striking similarities between the mockumentary “Incident at Loch Ness” and the real documentary “Creature From Big Muddy: An Illinois Bigfoot Legend”.

Joined by guest Dustin Blakeman, who also composed a special intro for this episode.

“Human Clicktrack” – Dustin Blakeman: I think it’s only fitting for an episode about monsters and ecstatic truth to peel back the layers of artifice that permeate our era of digital perfection and overproduction. Here is a both “natural” yet, still specifically produced opening… fitting with this episode’s subject matter.

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Authors

  • Jeremiah lives in Los Angeles and divides his time between living in a movie theatre and writing mysteries. There might also be some ghostbusting being performed in his spare time.

  • Currently ensconced in the American midwest, Thaddeus pursues a lifelong journey to understand how little he actually knows. He also REALLY likes Superman.

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