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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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  S3 E9: The Green Children of Woolpit

This time, on Counting Cryptids:

  We discuss extraterrestrials, reincarnation, and two strange green children. The children, a girl, her brother, spoke an unknown language, wore unfamiliar clothing, and had green colored skin. The children eventually assimilated and even learned English, when asked where they had come from, it was revealed that they had come from a subterranean place known St. Martin’s Land. Were the children actual interterrestrials, or is the answer something more depressing? Join us Cryptid Counters, as we speculate beyond space and time in another episode of Counting Cryptids.

AKA Flemish not Finnish

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  S3 E8: Kentucky Goblins

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  We discuss the meeting between a backwoods family reunion and a dozen little green men. After being tormented by these beings for hours, the families call in back up in the way of local law enforcement.  Was there too much moonshine? Did some monkeys escape from the circus? Who knows, but what we do know is that we can talk about Pokemon all episode.

AKA Sableye

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April 23, 2020

S3 E7: Amabiko / Amabie

  S3 E7: Amabiko

This time, on Counting Cryptids:

  We discuss a Japanese water spirit known as Amabiko. The Amabiko appear in the oceans of Japan, warning of impending disaster. It was said that using its image would help save those who looked upon it. Drawings were made and widely distributed across the region. The images vary in appearance from ape-like, cephalopod-like, and even bird-like, and even takes the form of inanimate objects. And strangely, they have three legs. Join us Cryptid Counters, as we wade through yet another episode of Counting Cryptids.

AKA Sort of a Mermaid?

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