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Oyster Ninja Podcast

Gardner Douglas: Nationally ranked Oyster Shucker known as Oyster Ninja or

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The Oyster Ninja podcast is exploring the Oyster inside and outside the shell. We hope to educate you and have your mouth watering at the same time. We introduce you to some of the worlds top shuckers, oyster farmers, and anyone else that has something to do with this oyster world.
 
So You Want to Be a Marine Biologist is your go-to resource if you've ever dreamed of exploring the ocean's depths, considered becoming a marine biologist, or want to learn more how to protect the world's oceans. This podcast dives into ocean science, conservation, sea stories, and explores ocean careers. Bring out your inner Jacques Cousteau, and discover the world beneath the waves.
 
The unseen creature whose ravenous fangs dog your every step as your footfalls echo down the midnight alleyway. — A long, icy shadow looming over you, making the hairs on your neck rise and your breath turn to ragged puffs of mist. — Unearthly howls that pierce the night, pulling you from the comfort of sleep with feverish, heart-pounding dread. — Welcome to Tales to Terrify, a weekly horror fiction podcast that gets under your skin, lays eggs and hatches writhing baby horrors nursed on your ...
 
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Stories featured in this episode: Seven Eleven - by Geoff Habiger - http://www.habigerkissee.com/ - music by RedBlueBlackSilver - https://redblueblacksilver.bandcamp.com/ - read by Jean-Paul Garnier - Wake Up! - by Guy Hasson - https://www.guyhasson.com/ - music by Phog Masheeen - https://phogmasheeen.com/ - read by Jean-Paul Garnier and Phog Mashe…
 
Welcome to Episode 520. This week we have three tales for you, about a secret family legacy, twins who go for the ride of their lives, and the invisible line between myth and truth. COMING UP Good Evening: 10 years of Tales to Terrify: 00:01:06 Emily Henry Burnham’s Deep Roots as read by Austin Stern: 00:04:17 Ash Caballero’s Feuerhund as read by J…
 
Jim Sullivan has had a fascinating career starting with the smallest, and quite possibly the mightiest, organism in the sea, phytoplankton. From doing ground-breaking scientific research, including anti-submarine warfare research, to inventing new oceanographic equipment to leading an oceanographic institute, Jim has had quite the diverse career. I…
 
Is there something in your life that you just can't seem to get enough of. For Kailie Breitenstein that something is makeup. Listen as Kailie shares her story of how she started out playing with makeup and is now a Makeup Artist. The People and Their Work Podcast was created by Douglas S. Gardner Associate Professor in the Student Leadership and Su…
 
Welcome to Episode 519. This week’s guest host is Andrew Gibson, who has three tales for you, about a manifesto to hate, a precocious young hero, and the search for the origin of a planet’s curse. COMING UP Good Evening: Guest Host Andrew Gibson: 00:01:06 B.W. Carter’s Testament as read by Andrew Gibson: 00:04:21 Alpheus Williams’ The Boy Who Never…
 
Welcome to Episode 518. Happy New Year’s Eve! We have a familiar guest host this week! For fiction, we have three tales. A woodcutter receives some otherworldly help (as long as he’s honest), a little boy gives up his place in the afterlife, and a monstrous visit to Grandmother’s house. COMING UP Good Evening from Guest Host, Seth Williams: 00:01:0…
 
Sindia is a paleoclimatologist, which means she studies how the earth used to look, millions of years ago, in order to better understand what may be going on with our current climate. Sindia is a past Sir Keith Murdoch fellow, Fulbright Distinguished Scholar, and currently teaches and conducts research at Cardiff University in the UK. In today’s ep…
 
We continue to dive into the incredible tale of the Hat Box Baby. Check out the Obscure History merch store, everything is on sale and a portion of each sale goes to The American Red Cross! obscurehistorypod.threadless.com Also check out John D'Ella's amazing journalism: https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona-best-reads/2018/12/31/hatbo…
 
Vincent Leggett has been an integral part of salvaging stories, artifacts, and information on African Americans on the Chesapeake Bay for over four decades. Mr. Leggett has a resumé that includes author, historian, lobbyist, educator and so much more that you will find out in this episode of The Oyster Ninja Podcast. He explains his humble beginnin…
 
Welcome to Episode 517. The holidays are here. Hope you have a horrific one! For fiction, we have three tales. Mom’s on the ceiling… again, a lost boy is found, and the promise of immortality that lies in the eyes of a young woman. COMING UP Good Evening: Horrific Holidays and Thank You: 00:01:06 Warren Benedetto’s Something's Wrong with Mom as rea…
 
In 1931 a baby was found in a hat box in the Arizona desert. What unfolded next was a lifetime of investigation and intrigue. Check out John D'Ella's wonderful work: https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona-best-reads/2018/12/25/hatbox-baby-mystery-people-who-found-her-sharon-elliott-arizona-desert/2301472002/ Also, check out my friends: …
 
Welcome to Episode 516. We have two tales for you, about a painful lesson in subservience and a prisoner’s desperate bid to be reunited with her son. COMING UP Good Evening: Submissions and Thank-yous: 00:01:06 Erik McHatton’s It Creeps in the Corners as read by Spencer DiSparti: 00:05:01 Alex Laurel Lanz’s The Only Way Out is Through as read by Ma…
 
Stories featured in this episode: Making Up Time - by Adele Gardner - http://www.gardnercastle.com/ - music by Patrick Urn - https://morlox.bandcamp.com/ - read by Jean-Paul Garnier - Cortellian Rain - by Jonathan Nevair - https://www.jonathannevair.com/ - music by Phog Masheeen - https://phogmasheeen.com/ - read by Jean-Paul Garnier - theme music …
 
Bill Francois is a physicist, marine scientist, fisherman, and author. In his premiere book, Eloquence of the Sardine, Bill dives into the world of mythology, legends, and basic science, bringing to life fascinating stories from the underwater realm. In today’s show, Bill shares how he won a National French show competition and the prize of a book …
 
Welcome to Episode 515. This week we have one tale for you that begs the question: in the face of tragedy, can good Samaritans always be trusted? COMING UP Good Evening: Submissions and Thank-yous: 00:01:06 Amanda Cecelia Lang’s The Clover Cafe as read by Sarah Mehra: 00:05:01 PERTINENT LINKS Support us on Patreon! Spread the darkness. Shop Tales t…
 
In 1913, in Michigan's Copper Country, there was a tragic disaster at the Christmas Eve Party in Calumet's Italian Hall... What at first seemed like a freak accident was revealed to be deep, malicious, conspiracy. Need a laugh? Here is a video that makes me laugh more than it should: https://youtu.be/fTHg-tGvlJ8 Check out my friends at earbudspodca…
 
Welcome to Episode 514. We have two tales for you this week: about a killer opportunity to play with a punk band, and an isolated community whose deity demands an unconventional offering. COMING UP Good Evening: Submissions and Thank-yous: 00:01:06 Douglas Gwilym’s Bassist Wanted as read by Andrew Gibson: 00:04:23 Eugenia Triantafyllou’s April Teet…
 
Kate Morrison is the strategic partnership director for the Ocean Foundation. Her job? Match-making. Kate is the magician that connects science and conservation efforts to the sources of funding with similar intentions and goals. In today’s episode, we chat about Kate’s winding path, starting as a marine bio major and the shift from science to ulti…
 
Skateboarding has a long and winding history here in the US. It can be a tough task to say who the "first" of anything really was, but Patti McGee, was very possibly the first professional skateboarder and her legacy lives on today. Check out my friends: indiedropin.com also check out our merch store: obscurehistorypod.com…
 
Welcome to Episode 513. This week we meet a conflicted young woman who learns just how high the stakes of reality TV can be. COMING UP Good Evening: Submissions and Thank-yous: 00:01:06 Keith Rosson’s Eat Me, S8 E1 as read by Kat Woodford: 00:04:58 PERTINENT LINKS Support us on Patreon! Spread the darkness. Shop Tales to Terrify Merch Keith Rosson …
 
Emily DeSousa or Seaside with Emily from her viral social media account joins us today on The Oyster Ninja Podcast. We have a fun filled episode filled with more than a bunch of trending topics. We talk about plastics pollution, bio catch, humans impact on the ocean and so much more. https://seasidewithemily.com/…
 
I'm sorry I'm gone this week but check out my friends: indiedropin.com and earbudspodcastcollective.org Today in The English and British Monarchy Series we are looking at the reign of Edward II. In this series, we will look at English and British Monarchs from Edward the Confessor to Elizabeth II whilst also stopping to examine major events in Engl…
 
Welcome to Episode 512. This week we have two tales for you: about a soldier assigned a dirty job in a far flung galaxy and a CIA agent who seeks an extreme means to end the Cold War. COMING UP Good Evening: Submissions: 00:01:06 Eric Fomley’s A Bag Full of Soldiers as read by Seth Williams: 00:03:44 Sean Patrick Hazlett’s Mandible as read by Matth…
 
As a senior program associate with The Ocean Foundation, Kaitlyn Lowder supports the International Ocean Acidification Initiative. Despite growing up in a landlocked desert, Kaitlyn always knew she wanted to become a marine biologist. She pursued her dream of becoming a marine scientist, despite growing up in a landlocked desert, and was the recipi…
 
Stories featured in this episode: Tips for Living Out-of-Synch for the Frequent Time Traveler - by A.C. Wise - http://www.acwise.net/ music by RedBlueBlackSilver - https://redblueblacksilver.com/ read by Jean-Paul Garnier Premium Resurrection Pack $99 - by Renan Bernardo - https://www.renanbernardo.com/ music by Phog Masheeen - https://phogmasheeen…
 
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