Time for an epic crossover episode! Anna and Lindsey from the true crime and paranormal podcast Ghosts in the Attic Bodies in the Basement join us for “Scary Tale Fix!” Lindsey tells us the origin story for Maui, AKA the strong chaos baby, and Anna tells us a Russian folk tale that inspired Tim Burton’s The Corpse Bride, simply called The Finger.
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Melissa – Follow Melissa for education on the current pressures Native Hawaiians face, action items and resources for how you can help, and to break down the internalized stereotypes around Polynesian people you didn’t even know you had. TikTok and Instagram: @mmmeliss_
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Anna Timperley and Lindsey Beehee of Ghosts in the Attic, Bodies in the Basement Podcast