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An excessively explicit, comedy driven, cryptozoological themed podcast. Hosted by two lifelong friends, who are fascinated by cryptozoology, the paranormal, and everything weird.

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October 9, 2019

S2 E18: The Beast of Busco

  S2 E18: The Beast of Busco

This time, on Counting Cryptids:

We discuss CC merch, our own strange shared experience, and a tremendous turtle that transformed a town. In the late 1940's a large turtle was spotted in a small "lake" in Indiana. The turtle, later named Oscar, resembled an alligator snapping turtle, which had no business being there, as the species was thought to have been extirpated from the area. Furthermore, Oscar was estimated to be more than twice the size of the largest documented alligator snapper. As news of this record breaking reptilian began to spread, large crowds began to form on the shores of this small town, and the owner of the property prepared for a plunge. Did locals actually witness a turtle the size of a car? Or could a thicc turtle simply have been transformed into yet another fisherman's tale? Join us Cryptid Counters, as we roll up our pant legs and wade through the murky waters of uncertainty, in another episode of Counting Cryptids.

AKA Turtle Talk

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  S2 E17: Cryptid Games: Two Truths & a Lie

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Our hosts go head to head, testing their cryptozoological knowledge in the first ever Cryptid Games™. Connor will kick things off with a thick splash by describing three cryptids, two of which are "real" cryptids, the other is entirely fabricated from the inner machinations of his mind. After all of the information is presented, Jacob will have to guess which one of the cryptids Connor made up (the lie). We also discuss some recent news that is directly related to past episodes. If you play along from home, be sure to let us know how you did over on social media! And as always, Stay Grey.

 

AKA Where is our Domino's Sponsorship?

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September 12, 2019

S2 E16: Insectoids

  S2 E16: Insectoids

This time, on Counting Cryptids:

We wrap up our extraterrestrial stint with the creepy-crawlies of the cosmos, Insectoids. As the name would suggest, these beings resemble earthly insects with humanoid features, most commonly portrayed as a 7-foot tall praying mantis. From being the subject of the finest of art, to setting off the Spanish inquisition, and even being cucked in the corner, there really is no limit to the number of honey pots these beings have their hand-like appendages in. This episode includes a conversation about the revolutionary artist, David Huggins. Huggins creates works of art depicting his erotic extraterrestrial experiences, most of which are paintings of him fucking aliens (and some are even a little more kinky). Needless to say, these images are not safe for work, minors, or really just anyone if we're being perfectly honest, so explore the links below at your own discretion, and remember to "Stay Grey".

AKA Incognito Browser, Engaged

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