In this week’s eSkeptic:
TELL US YOUR STORY!
Become a Card-Carrying Skeptic
WE SKEPTICS CAN ALL REMEMBER that one moment when we began to think like skeptics. In honor of the 25th anniversary of the Skeptics Society and Skeptic magazine, we asked a few of our favorite friends to tell us about that moment. (Click the play button above to watch our short video introduction.)
We’ll be releasing their incredible stories on YouTube over the next few months. Now, we would like for you to join us in celebrating our 25th anniversary by telling us your story of when you knew that you were a Card-Carrying Skeptic.
How Can I Become a Card-Carrying Skeptic?
- Film your story.
- Make it public on YouTube.
- EMAIL A LINK to your video.
In return, we’ll send to you your very own, genuine Skeptic Card in the mail. Be sure to tell us your mailing address when you email your video link to us. We promise we won’t share your mailing address with anyone (except the post office).
Proudly, let the world know that you are a Card-Carrying Skeptic!
We may even feature your video in a future eSkeptic, embed it on our website, and/or share it on our social media platforms!
To inspire you to film and submit your own story, check out this story that we recorded of our friend Rachel Bloom (creator and star of the American romantic-comedy-drama Crazy Ex-Girlfriend:
Thank you for being a part of our first 25 years. We look forward to seeing you over the next 25.
American Goblins—Part 3
MONSTERTALK EPISODE 138
Our final part of our three-part look at the Kentucky Goblins case of 1955 concludes with an interview with the hosts of Astonishing Legends, Scott Philbrook and Forrest Burgess. We discuss the facts of the case, possible explanations, and the problems with the Wikipedia entry and the scholarly journal article cited within it. This episode’s topic is also discussed in a blog post by Blake Smith: Astonishing Legends, Questionable Facts.