On this episode: We review and talk kayaks with an infamous guest host (did Assistant Manager Mike Rez get fired?) and get into the music sub genre Kayak rock.
On this episode: The Big Grey Man, also know as Am Fear Liath Mor is a giant ghostly creature that is said to haunt the Scottish mountain peak and passes of Ben MacDhui. People that experience The Big Grey Man are filled with a sense of dread. The 2020 trailer for Dune and The Brewing Projekt Rhuberrypie Puff Tart are reviewed.
On Sunday, August 16, 1942 a US Navy Blimp the L-8 went on a mission over the pacific ocean and returned to land with no crew onboard. Modist Brewing’s Supra Deluxe beer is reviewed.
On this episode American freak show performer and convicted killer Grady Stiles Jr. is discussed. Utepils Brewing’s “Plaid Bikini is reviewed.
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On this episode the incredible history of the Minnesota State Fair, which was founded in 1859 is discussed. Avery Brewing Co’s LILIKO’I KEPOLO craft beer is reviewed.
On this episode the Overtun Bridge mystery is discussed in which reportedly 600 dogs have jumped off this bridge in alleged attempted suicides. Insight Brewing’s “The Wisdom of Old One-eye” craft beer is reviewed.
On June 30, 1908 a large explosion devastated an area of 830 square miles in Siberia, Russia. On August, 4 2020 massive multiple explosions in Beirut killed over 157 people and injured more than 5,000. A Minnesotan craft beer is reviewed.
On this Episode 2020 American war film Greyhound starring Tom Hanks and directed by Aaron Schneider is reviewed. Peter Green founder of Fleetwood Mac and mysterious packages of Chinese seeds are also discussed.
On December 6, 1917 in Halifax, Nova Scotia the French freighter SS Mont-Blanc
and the Norwegian vessel SS Imo collided causing one of the largest artificial non-nuclear explosions ever created.
On this episode the Kursk Submarine Disaster is discussed. On August 12, 2000 the Russian nuclear powered submarine Kursk sank in the Barents Sea and all 118 crew members were killed.