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Sunday, February 12, 2012

Episode 6: Joey Ramone Rosary

This week, the Badland Girls talk about the things scare them, fact, fiction, and giant isopods. DON'T LISTEN TO THIS ONE ALONE. Number of "fucks" in this week's episode: 55.

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Spoiler alert for the following films:
No Country for Old Men
X-Men First Class (comics)

Corrections: That Michael Keaton movie that Destiny couldn't remember the name of was called Gung Ho. That creepy parasite that makes rats into "zombies" is called Toxoplasma gondii. Rhea accidentally said the last Creepshow segment in the 1st film was the one that creeped her out, but she meant the 4th segment. "The Hum" was actually reported in Taos, New Mexico and not Arizona as Destiny said. The newish exorcism movie is called The Devil Inside. BFRO stands for Bigfoot Research Organization. Alien Big Cats (ABCs) are only seen in Britain, and known as British Big Cats, so Destiny should have mentioned the general name for them is phantom cats (see link section below.)

Relevant Links:
Deep-sea gigantism
Island gigantism
giant wetas
"zombie" ants of Brazil
Joe Bob Briggs
Cracked's Scientific Explanations for Ghost Sightings
Unsolved Mysteries TV opening from the 1990s
Mike the Headless Chicken
Gef the Talking Mongoose
Douglas County Bigfoot sighting (You can also read about other Bigfoot sightings here.)
Soul Asylum's "Runaway Train" video (US version) and the backstory behind it
Rookie Mag's John Waters photoshoot
pop culture prayer candles
Pop culture rosaries
Bill Hinzman in Night of the Living Dead
Bill Hinzman Obituary in the Chicago-Sun Times
Alien Big Cats and Phantom Cats
If you are in a girl band, send orignal songs or girl band cover song mp3s to mrsnoggle at yahoo dot com. Here is her Etsy shop.
Information on the "Hearse Song" sang at the end of the episode.

Fucking books:
Just After Sunset by Stephen King
Teen Witch by Silver Ravenwolf
Encyclopedia of Monsters by Daniel Cohen

Here's that photo from Weeping Water, NE:

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