Oct. 20, 2021

Alligators in the Sewer

Alligators in the Sewer

For their 13th episode, Kevin and Jaime take a not so serious turn and discuss their favorite superstitions and urban legends: everything from the most haunted road in the USA to how to handle seeing a woman in white on a foggy road at 4am.


Content Warning: Adult Language, Mention of Infant Death

For their 13th episode, Kevin and Jaime take a not so serious turn and discuss their favorite superstitions and urban legends: everything from the most haunted road in the USA to how to handle seeing a woman in white on a foggy road at 4am.

Their expertise in regards to Urban Legends / Superstitions? Binge watching Supernatural.

Their qualifications to discuss the topic? Random life experience and caffeination during recording sessions.

Basically, anything they discuss? Don’t take their word for it - but they hope you enjoy the show!

Reference Links:

Coffee and common ground this week 

In Jaime’s Cup: Battle Grounds Bakery & Coffee  (Iced vanilla latte, it was delicious)

In Kevin’s Cup: Bellingham Coffee – Bellingham Coffee Roasters

Merriam-Webster: https://www.merriam-webster.com/ 

Sources:

Creepy Urban Legends From Every US State (insider.com)

Urban Legends From Around the World (insider.com)

30 Urban Legends That Are Totally True | Best Life (bestlifeonline.com)

60 Common Superstitions People Around The World Believe In | YourTango

Why Do People Believe In Superstitions? (scienceabc.com)

Why We're So Superstitious | Psychology Today

Why Do People Believe in Superstitions? - Exemplore

Keep Your Fingers Crossed!: How Superstition Improves Performance - Lysann Damisch, Barbara Stoberock, Thomas Mussweiler, 2010 (sagepub.com)

Superstitions evolved to help us survive | New Scientist

https://www.insider.com/urban-legends-us-2018-1

Quotables:

“Don’t stop for the woman in white…”  “...or in tie-dye”

“You can explain this corn talk to me”

“Thinking is science”

“No baby yeeting”

“There’s something to being a middle aged soccer mom, there's safety in that”

Show us your common sense:

We would love to hear from you. Please feel free to stop by and let us know your thoughts on today’s episode. Have you spent time on a crybaby bridge or put a lock on a fence? Let us know!