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Denise Alvardo, New Orleans-born, native Creole raised in the Voodoo and hoodoo rich culture of New Orleans. M.S. in Professional Psychology from Walden University and a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology from Northern Arizona University. She is a member of the American Anthropological Association and the Association of Indigenous Anthropologists. She is Editor in Chief of Hoodoo & Conjure magazine, as well as a series of books that focus on folk magic traditions from the American South.
She talks about her deep understanding of Voodoo Hoodoo, and gives us the inside scoop on the creation of a Ju Ju Zombie.
We speak to Jeff Stewart about what it would take to survive a zombie apocalypse. Jeff Stewart is our Cryptozoology Correspondent, and the greatest authority on survival we have ever spoken to. He is not only informative, but funny as hell. Jeff is one of a kind, and you want him on your team if you are ever in a bad way in the woods. Long live Jeff Stewart!!!
In the first Half:
POP Paranormal Correspondent Faith Serafin gives us a first hand account of the Voodoo rituals involved in the creation of a Zombie!
In the second Half:
Jim and Dorthy of the Alabama Bigfoot Society stop in to discuss their adventures in their home state tracking the elusive Bigfoot. They are a wonderful team, and you will fall in love with them just like we did.
The guys discuss an internet rumor that turned into a hoax (credit to Mufon Dir. of AL and MS, Rich Hoffman for the fact finding research that uncovered the hoax). A 5,000 year old aircraft found in a cave. We discuss how our lives would change if something like that happened, and much more!!