October 14, 2021
Tea and Heidi discuss the recent Windigo Fest and other fall projects, plus weird news about NYC's Mole Man, Shakira attacked by boars, shaman bear urine disaster, ninja infiltrates military base.
Plus trivia from Miss Information and we close out with a track by Sleepersound, "Innamorata," off their new album Idle Voices.
October 1, 2021
Milwaukee Paranormal Conference was quite a weekend! Tea's Weird Week had a live panel during the conference hosted by Tea Krulos and Heidi Erickson (Android138 recorded live and Miss Information moderated the audience Q and A-- the first time all four of us were in the same place at the same time!)
Our panel guests were lightworker and artist Goddess Adia, authors Hillarie Higgins (The Bank Doesn't Care if Your House is Haunted) and J. Nathan Couch (Goatman: Flesh or Folklore?) and Donna Lea Wells Fink, organizer of this weekend's Beast of Bray Road Conference.
Miss Information shares a trivia question she asked at the conference's Paranormal Party and we close out with a track by Sunspot (who also performed at the party) that's perfect October music-- "Spend the Night."
October 1, 2021
To kick off Milwaukee Paranormal Conference weekend, we had a party at Faklandia Brewing. One of the activities was a Ghost Story Open Mic, where people could sign up for a few minutes of mic time to share their own ghostly experiences. TWW hosts Heidi Erickson and Tea Krulos emceed. Here is a recording of the session.
Art by Anna Huffman
October 1, 2021
American Ghost Walks was the presenting sponsor for the 2021 Milwaukee Paranormal Conference. Hear tour guides Mike Huberty, Allison Jornlin, Wendy and Scott Markus, and Carrie Postuma talk about ghost stories perfect for the fall season!
AGW runs walking tours in Milwaukee, Madison, Waukesha, the Twin Cities, Chicago, and beyond, more info at: www.americanghostwalks.com
September 17, 2021
Tea's Weird Week co-host Heidi Erickson organized a Witches Faire, which is part of the Milwaukee Paranormal Conference weekend. Heidi talked with Lane Burns and Raechel Henderson, who are both leading workshops at the event.
Tea and Heidi talk about Tea's recent meet-up with some Real Life Superheroes, wooly mammoths, UFOs, and strange joyrides. Plus new trivia from Miss Information, original music by Android138, and we close out with a track titled "Kryptonite" by Puerto Wiccan, who is also performing at the Witches Faire.
For more info on the Witches Faire and Milwaukee Paranormal Conference, look here: www.milwaukeeparacon.com
"Congress calls for permanent office to Address 'Unidentified Aerial Phenomena,'" The Debrief
"UFO Hunter and Harvard Geneticist Announce $15 Million Effort to Resurrect Woolly Mammoths," Vice
More info on Tea's book Heroes in the Night: teakrulos.com/heroes-in-the-night
September 10, 2021
Our guest Lyle Blackburn talks about his work as an author, musician, and narrator for documentaries by Small Town Monsters. The production company's latest is Skinwalker: Howl of the Rougarou (out Sept. 14) which explores the Cajun folklore of the Rougarou, a werewolf-like creature that is said to creep the bayous of Louisiana.
Heidi and Tea discuss weird news (people horsing around on Ivermectin, Big Paleo, demons sending texts, a pricey porn stash, and more) plus original music from Android138, new trivia from Miss Information, and we close out with a track from Lyle's hellbilly band Ghoultown, "Night of No Tomorrows," from their latest album Curse of Eldorado.
More info at: Tea’s Weird Week: What the Rougarou Do | (teakrulos.com)
Episode artwork by David Beyer.
Welcome to Season 3. It's gonna be weird!
August 6, 2021
Tea talks to Joseph L. Flatley, author of the new book New Age Grifter: The True Story of Gabriel of Urantia and His Cosmic Family. The book takes a look at the Global Community Communications Alliance, a destructive cult in Arizona that creates off key music. Flatley interviewed several ex-cult members and even paid a visit to their compound for a church service.
Heidi and Tea talk weird news about cemetery honey, people sticking inappropriate things in their bung, time crystals, dolphins piloting UFO, and a worm-charming championship.
Then Miss Information has your last chance to win trivia these season and we close out with an epic journey of a track from Chris Tishler off his new album Reach for the Sun titled "Wave To Me From The Shore."
-More info on the Milwaukee Paranormal Conference: milwaukeeparacon.com
- Arse related Headline of the Year?
-Dolphin UFO thinkpiece: "Forget Extraterrestrials: What if UFOs Were Piloted by Dolphins?"
-Photos: "Cornwall's gloriously bonkers worm charming championship pictures"
-Our music guest Chris Tishler also recorded a cover of "Soon May the Wellermen Come," for S1 Ep2.