We head beneath the waves to uncover the reality of one of the most fearsome predators to swim in the ocean, the Megalodon. 

Yet is it the swift, surface breaching killing machine we often see potrayed on screen? Not so says Max Hawthorne and he’s built a compelling case to show that most of what we think we know about these incredible creatures is nothing more than speculation and fantasy.

 From the giants of the prehestoric past to the apex predators of today, we go hunting for the reality of these terrifyingly wonderful creatures.

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Thank you as always to Max for joining me.

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All artwork by Dean Bestall and the show was produced by Brennan Storr of the Ghost Story Guys.   

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Intro – Zombies Ate My Shotgun   

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