- Date – November 15th 2011
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Skeptic History Notes
- The first sighting of what became known as Mothman was in West Virginia on November 15, 1966.
- JFK conspiracy theorist Robert J. Groden was born November 22, 1945.
- James H. Fetzer was born December 6, 1940.
- The Pope signed a document recognizing the existence of witches on December 5, 1484.
- Ellen G. White claimed to see prophetic visions, she was born November 26, 1827.
- Helen Duncan, the last person to be imprisoned under the British Witchcraft Act of 1735, was born November 25, 1897.
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- Scott Sigler is giving away a FREE, signed, hardback copy of the All-Pro. To win enter by 'Liking' Skepticality on facebook and commenting on the post for this episode there that you want to be considered in the contest. Winner will be announced on the November 22nd episode!
- This week we are joing forces with our sister podcast, Monster Talk.
- Skepticality interviews Ben Radford on his findings.
- Ben Radford’s audio from his interviews of the detectives in this case.
- Skeptiko episode 151 – Alex berates Ben in preparation for the MonsterTalk interview
- Skeptiko episode 57 – featuring Nancy Weber (the alleged psychic)
- Skeptiko episode 58 – featuring police detective Lt. Bill Hughes
- Skeptiko episode 69 – featuring Ben Radford
- Skeptiko episode 78 – featuring Alex’s take on Skepticality’s take on Ben’s finding