Neil Arnold has had a passion for the stranger folklore since the age of nine. His main influence was an American movie called ‘The Legend of Boggy Creek’ about a hairy man-beast said to roam the river bottoms of Arkansas. Neil began to file reports of strange creatures locally and then across the world. As a teenager he became interested in Bigfoot, the Yeti, and other obscure monsters across the world.
Folklore researcher Neil Arnold described various urban legends, and what, if any, truth lies behind them. It's amazing how some stories can embed themselves into local communities and then be taken as fact the world over, even though they are completely made up, he commented. as fact the world over, even though they are... More »
In the first half, UFO researcher Richard Dolan reacted to the White House administration's formal statement on UFOs. Though their response was "sophomoric," this is the first time the White House has made a public... More »
In the first half of the show, researcher Neil Arnold shared stories of paranormal creatures and events in London. The city is steeped with tales of monsters and folkloric accounts, many that date back centuries.