Podcast episode

Episode Seventy – On Hoaxing The Hoaxers – Dr Karen Stollznow, Matthew Baxter And Bryan Bonner

Mp3 audio download here! Also available via iTunes.

This year at SkeptiCamp Colorado, a unique presentation was made by a unique group of skeptical people. What follows is a funny, fascinating, horrifying and ultimately awesome not-so-ghost story – you have been warned.

Dr Karen Stollznow is an academic, author, investigator of the skeptical kind. She is the ‘Naked Skeptic’ columnist for CSICOP, was recently made a member of the CSI Executive Council. She is the co-host of Point of Inquiry Podcast and Skeptic.com’s Monster Talk, and will be appearing at TAM9 and at the forthcoming CSICon in New Orleans.

Matthew Baxter and Bryan Bonner are the co-hosts of Warning Radio and are the creators of the Rocky Mountain Paranormal Research Society. With extensive experience in investigating paranormal claims, they provide a valuable and ethical resource to the field.

Additional note - SkeptiCamp isn’t quite four years of age yet, but Bryan and Baxter have attended six in total (and hopefully many more!).

This show is available on Zune, mp3 via Libsyn or iTunes. Visit www.tokenskeptic.org – and I’d love to get your feedback at tokenskeptic@gmail.com. Theme songs are ‘P&P’ by Derek K Miller ofwww.penmachine.com and ‘365? by Milton Mermikides, ofwww.miltonmermikides.com.

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2 Comments

  1. Chris
    June 3, 2011 at 11:20 am

    The problem with this episode was that I was listening to it in a library while waiting for my daughter: I started to giggle and sometimes burst out in full laughter!

  2. Sharon Hill
    June 10, 2011 at 9:32 pm

    I loved this story SO MUCH. They were right though. It’s too much for a lecture or article. I need the book!!! Outstanding for getting this Kylie. And heaps of praise for Karen, Baxter, Brian and all the people who played parts. Damn, I wish I lived in Denver.