Help WHERE DID THE ROAD GO? expand!

October 27, 2015

There are a lot of great paranormal podcasts out there. To my mind, it's the main avenue for information in the field of the unexplained, and it's one of the best ways to stay abreast of current strange happenings.

I love a lot of these shows (I listen to about ten separate programs weekly), but have a real soft spot in my heart for Where Did the Road Go? Seriah Azkath, the show's host, is the main driving force behind that soft spot. He has a great balance between curiosity and skepticism, programs really interesting guests, is a thoughful interviewer, and just an all-around prince of a human being.

 

In case you think I'm making this up, I was on WDTRG? this past week with my good friend Red Pill Junkie. The podcast clocks in at just under an hour and ten minutes—but we spent six hours in total talking to each other. And the three of us could've kept talking until the sun came up (we almost did—I went to bed at 5:00 a.m. eastern time, the latest/earliest I've turned in since college). Seriah's great.

Now, he's helping to expand WDTRG?, a move I wholly support. This program deserves to be recognized alongside the Mysterious Universes and Coast to Coasts of this field. Seriah has set up a Patreon page for the show, where a paltry $3 pledge will give you some exclusive goodies, allow for a second show each week, and other fun stuff.

Please, please check out Where Did the Road Go? and Seriah's Patreon page. He's one of the good guys, fighting the good fight.

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