Dr. Jack Hunter returns to inject us with a deep dose of high strangeness!

His new book “Deep Weird: The Varieties of High Strangeness Experience” emphasizes the diversity and complexity of paranormal experiences, attempting to uncover the deep threads which tie them all together.

Today we sat down to chat about the nuances of paranormal studies in academia, how the boggle threshold influences and reduces our scope of research, the limitations of mainstream parapsychology, and how we may construct new experimental models that emphasize the complex ecosystem with which we co-create phenomena!

Grab a fresh-off-the-press copy of Deep Weird: The Varieties of High Strangeness Experience HERE


Huge THANK YOU!!! to Dr. Jack Hunter for being such a nice, open and thoughtful guest! I had an amazing time shattering my boggle threshold and exploring the convoluted depths of weirdness with his newest book!

Follow Dr. Hunter on Instagram @drjackhunter or Facebook at DrJackHunter

Check out his website as well at jack-hunter.webstarts.com

You can purchase Deep Weird: The Varieties of High Strangeness Experience HERE


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Intro sampled from “Something strange lurks in the shadows” by Francisco Sánchez (@fanchisanchez)

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Vuk/Darwin, host of Tracing Owls Podcast. All-around trickster weirdo discussing biology, forteana, the paranormal and their intricate cultural nuances!