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Best Rob Kristoffersen podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Rob Kristoffersen podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Our Strange Skies is a biweekly podcast that delves into the stories of ordinary people encountering the "unidentified" in hteir backyards and beyond. Each episode explores the UFOs and otherworldly beings that inhabit UFO subculture, and looks at what's left once you remove skepticism and belief.
 
End your week on a high note with the Coda, a brand new music podcast from Brian Hastie and Rob Kristoffersen. Each bi-weekly episode will touch on music news and rumours, an in-depth look at a specific topic, as well as recommendations to fill your earholes with after each episode is done. We'll be discussing artists ranging from Aaron Carter to Frank Zappa, and you can count on Brian waxing poetic for his love of nu-metal. The Coda, available every second Friday on every platform where pod ...
 
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UFO expert Rob Kristoffersen joins Based on a True Story to discuss the historical accuracy of the History Channel's TV show Project Blue Book. Subscribe to Rob's Our Strange Skies podcast: https://www.ourstrangeskies.com/ Did you enjoy this episode? Consider supporting the next episode of Based on a True Story here: https://www.basedonatruestorypo…
 
Author Matthew Polly joins the Based on a True Story podcast to separate fact from the fiction we saw in 1993's Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story. Matthew's book called Bruce Lee: A Life is considered the authoritative biography on the film legend and martial artist. Get your copy here: https://www.amazon.com/Bruce-Lee-Life-Matthew-Polly/dp/1501187627 Fi…
 
Brian and Rob discard the format again to talk about the best and worst in new music. The playlist for this episode can be found here. Theme song: Bittersweet by | e s c p | https://escp-music.bandcamp.com Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/…
 
On this special bonus episode, I welcome author Daniel Kraus onto the podcast to talk about his latest novel, Bent Heavens, a YA horror novel about a pair of teens that capture an alien in a trap. Daniel talks about how his childhood affected the novels he writes, an eerie experience he had in Scotland, and what the writing process is like when you…
 
The Yukon is one of the most remote places in the world. Its untouched wilderness is beautiful to behold, and it offers up some of the best hunting and fishing in the world. In September of 1987, a man using the pseudonym "Kevin" set out for the woods on a three day hunting a fishing trip. On the second day into the trip, he would have a remarkable…
 
We're back with another Metldown. This time I'm joined by Brian Hastie from Double Density and The Coda: A Music Podcast, Chris Cogswell of the Mad Scientist Podcast, and Spencer Wirth-Davis of the What If? Podcast to roast the 2009 pile of dumpsters, The Fourth Kind. The boys talk briefly about Brian Wilson's lost rap album, what the movie did wro…
 
Today we'll learn about the historical accuracy of the movie 12 Years a Slave with Professor Greg Jackson from the History That Doesn't Suck podcast. Subscribe to Greg's podcast here: https://www.historythatdoesntsuck.com/ Did you enjoy this episode? Consider supporting the next episode of Based on a True Story here: https://www.basedonatruestorypo…
 
Rob and Brian throw away their carefully-planned episode rundown to discuss the sounds that bring them joy! The playlist for this album can be found here. Theme song: Bittersweet by | e s c p | https://escp-music.bandcamp.com Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/lic…
 
When it comes to certain UFO cases, there are images that become indelibly implanted in your head. Whether it's the Adamski style saucers or the alien beings Whitley Strieber encountered in a cabin in upstate New York (what's with all the alien shaming, Angelo?), the saucers that haunt the mind have definitive shapes. In the case of Stefan Michalak…
 
It was an ordinary evening when Deputy Sheriff William E. McCoy, and patrol deputy Robert Goode were on routine patrol in Brazoria county, Texas. It was 11 P.M. when a dazzling set of purple and blue lights caught the two officer’s attention. The lights were coming from a craft the size of a football field. It looked to have a fuselage on one side,…
 
Author Michael Wallis joins the Based on a True Story podcast to separate fact from the fiction we saw in Disney's 1955 film Davy Crockett: King of the Wild Frontier. Michael is the author of the New York Times bestselling biography David Crockett: The Lion of the West. Get your copy here: https://www.amazon.com/David-Crockett-Lion-Michael-Wallis/d…
 
When you think of the term "alien abduction" there are a handful of cases that may come to mind. Betty and Barney Hill, Pascagoula, Travis Walton. These are the holy trinity of abduction cases. They're also all American. Sometimes it feels as if this phenomenon is purely American, and yet, some of the most fascinating abduction cases come to us fro…
 
For this special round table edition of the Our Strange Skies podcast, I'm joined by Chris Cogswell of the Mad Scientist podcast, Deana Marie from the Twisted Philly podcast, Jennifer Taylor from the In Defense of Liberty & Vanished podcasts, as well as writer R. Scott Whitley to discuss the ins-and-outs of the Betty and Barney Hill case. The group…
 
On this week's episode, Seth Breedlove from Small Town Monsters stops by to talk about the origins of Small Town Monsters, the odd creature sightings that the 70s offered up, and his newest project out in March, On the Trail of UFOs. The Kickstarter to back their 2020 projects has begun! Theme song by Big Cats Art work and web design by the Great D…
 
Downton Abbey was filmed at Highclere Castle, which is Lady Carnarvon's home. On this episode of the Based on a True Story podcast, she'll join us to talk about the historical accuracy of the Downton Abbey movie and TV series. Get Lady Carnarvon's books at https://www.ladycarnarvon.com/category/stories-books/ Support Based on a True Story and get e…
 
For those of us that spend hours pouring over UFO books, buried in eyewitness accounts from yesteryear, there are pivotal cases that transform the average human into a UFO enthusiast. Today, we explore the case that made me the UFO researcher and podcaster I am today, the Lonnie Zamora Incident. Full stop, this episode is meticulous, as our list of…
 
There are many versions of Robin Hood's story that have been on the big screen. Today we'll chat with historian Dr. Sean McGlynn about the 1991 classic Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. Get Dr. McGlynn's book, Robin Hood: A True Legend on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Robin-Hood-Legend-Sean-McGlynn-ebook/dp/B07KKJRKSW Also mentioned in the episode is…
 
Inside the heart of every experiencer is the deep seated feeling that something is off. That something is missing, and that what is missing is often terrifying. For Betty and Barney Hill, there were miles they put behind them missing. Though Betty had vague memories of what came after a set of beeps they heard, what she did remember terrified her. …
 
In the early 1960s, UFO contact began its transformation from benign encounters with human looking beings, to the more terrifying incidents involving non-human entities forcing bystanders on board, and subjecting them to medical examinations. We’ve examined the abduction of Antonio Villas Boas from his tractor early one morning in 1957, but the sub…
 
The waters of Shag Harbour in Nova Scotia are dark, deep, and cold, and since 1967 they have held a secret. On October 4th, 1967 an object crashed into the harbor around 11:20 P.M. A massive search ensued, but divers were unable to locate the object that had crashed into the sea. It's unclear what crashed into the water, but it was observed by nume…
 
Mark is the producer of the official Bletchley Park podcast. He joins us today to discuss the historical accuracy of the 2014 film The Imitation Game and do some fact checking on the original Based on a True Story episode from back in 2016. Want to learn more? Subscribe to the Bletchley Park podcast: https://audioboom.com/channel/bletchley-park Or …
 
How much do you know about Billy the Kid? On the popular Infamous America podcast, Chris Wimmer has dug deep into the life of one of most famous outlaws in the Old West. He joins us today to separate fact from the fiction we saw in the 1988 movie about Billy the Kid, Young Guns. Want more? Subscribe to Infamous America and listen to a full season o…
 
As the Christmas season approaches, let's take a step back from the hustle and bustle to learn about the history and festivities over the millennia that have resulted in the holiday traditions we're familiar with today. Pick up your own copy of Heather's book, The History of Christmas: https://www.amazon.com/History-Christmas-Years-Faith-Festivity/…
 
The town of Saranac Lake became a haven for those seeking relief for the disease known as consumption. Known today as Tuberculosis, Dr. Edward Livingston Trudeau was one of the earliest to seek a cure for the disease, and in the pine scented air of the Adirondacks found relief. He soon founded a sanitarium and pioneered an early industry in Saranac…
 
For the final Unsolved Mysteries roundtable, I’m joined by Scott Philbrook and Forrest Burgess of the Astonishing Legends podcast to relive some of our favorite moments from the show. We discuss how UM influenced their own show, and how much Scott really loves “Lost Loves” segments. Like, a lot, you guys. We discuss some of the why Dennis Farina fa…
 
Today (October 26th) is the anniversary of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. Chris Wimmer is the Host and Producer of the Legends of the Old West podcast. He joins us today to separate fact from the fiction of the events surrounding and during the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral as it was depicted in the classic film Tombstone. Find links to subscribe t…
 
On this edition of the Unsolved Mysteries round-table, I'm joined by Samantha and Liz from the Perhaps It's You podcast to discuss a trio of murders. That's right, for the first time on the Our Strange Skies podcast, we're talking about murder. Liz talks about the murder of Audrey Moate, who disappeared in the Bayou of Louisiana. Did she run afoul …
 
In 2013, a man by the name of Christopher Knight was arrested while he was trying to burgle the Pine Tree Camp in Rome, Maine. He had done it many times before over the years, and had broken into a number of camps, earning the nickname the North Pond Hermit. Knight had committed at least a thousand break-ins, but he always felt searing guilt about …
 
When most people think of Bigfoot, they think of the Pacific Northwest, of vast forested land untouched and uncharted by man. It is the west coast where the legend of large hairy humanoids took shape and entered the American Zeitgeist. The Legend of Bigfoot began in northern California on August 27, 1958. A tractor driver named Jerry Crew drove out…
 
Eyes as bright as a starless night. That is how Jack Weiner described the eyes of the beings that would appear in his dreams. On this edition of the OSS Addendum, I take a look at a handful of experiences from Jim and Jack’s childhood, including their experiences with “Harry the ghost,” an abduction involving Jim while he was sledding, and an abduc…
 
To reach the remote parts of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway, you need to be flown in by plane, and paddle by canoe. There are few roads in this remote wilderness area, and many of them are former logging roads that have long since been abandoned. In 1976, four men, Jim and Jack Weiner, Charlie Foltz, and Chuck Rak embarked on a week-long camping …
 
Historian and Tolkien scholar John Garth breaks down the historical accuracy of the 2019 biopic about the life of J.R.R. Tolkien simply called Tolkien. Follow John's work and get his books at http://johngarth.co.uk Get the award-winning Tolkien and the Great War: The Threshold of Middle-earth on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Tolkien-Great-War-Thre…
 
WARNING: THIS EPISODE IS NSFW For the month of October, we here at the Our Strange Skies podcast are paying tribute to Unsolved Mysteries. This week, I'm joined by Brian Hastie of the Double Density Podcast and Spencer Wirth-Davis, AKA Big Cats of the What If? Podcast to reminisce about growing up with Robert Stack in our young lives. We discuss th…
 
Every year, a handful of cars take a stroll down a dirt road just off of Clay Point Road in Colchester, Vermont. They’re often lured their by the nostalgia of a former all-girls camp known as Buff Ledge. For 25 years, the camp produced many undefeated swim teams, as well as state and regional champions. In 1968 the camp earned a reputation as a pla…
 
The story behind 2018's Tag seems almost too ridiculous to be true. What better way to separate fact from fiction than by chatting with some of the real guys that the movie is based on? That's exactly what we'll do today. Find the links mentioned in this episode at https://www.basedonatruestorypodcast.com/140-tag-with-tag-brothers-patrick-and-joe/ …
 
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