We’ve got a Serious Werewolf Problem

Listen to “We’ve got a Serious Werewolf Problem” on Spreaker. The full moon has risen once again and Midnight in Kentucky is back this week with an in-depth look at the weird news of spring 2020 and some recent terrifying encounters with Kentucky’s own dogman. In the intro to this episode we discuss the recently released identity of the…

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Hellier Round Table Part 1 and 2

Listen to “Hellier Round Table Part 1” on Spreaker. Listen to “Hellier Round Table Part 2” on Spreaker. When paranormal docuseries, Hellier, released its critically acclaimed second season in late 2019, Somerset, Kentucky, was placed in the spotlight as a possible stomping ground for secret societies, ethereal entities, and subterranean alien beings. On tonight’s Midnight in Kentucky, we journey…

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The Somerset Connection

Listen to “The Somerset Connection” on Spreaker. When critically acclaimed high strangeness investigative docuseries, Hellier, released its second season in the winter of 2019, the paranormal and occult communities were set ablaze with the disturbing implications of just what dark and magickal goings on may be taking place in the hills and hollers of Kentucky. One town in the…

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Fear in the February Skies

Listen to “MIK Fear in the February Skies” on Spreaker. Happy leap year, Nightowls! Tonight on Midnight in Kentucky we take a look at weird news in the second month of 2020 and dig into the February ‘93 dogfight between a police helicopter and an unexplained orb of light. On the evening of the February 27th, 1993, two officers…

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Two Cold Nights in January: The Kentucky Abductions Show

Listen to “MIK Two Cold Nights in January The Kentucky Abductions” on Spreaker. On two cold nights in January, something visited the Bluegrass and left a lasting impression upon those who encountered it. In this episode, we discuss the abduction experiences of Lee Parish in Prospect, Kentucky on January 27th, 1977 and Mona Stafford, Louise Smith, and Elaine Thomas…

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In Conversation with Daniel Wilson

Listen to “In Conversation with Daniel Wilson” on Spreaker. Daniel Wilson is a sky watcher, weather tracker, and long time radio personality in Russell County, Kentucky. His voice alerted listeners to severe weather for years over the FM waves and now his Storm Alert Center continues to report online daily to Kentuckians from around the state. Tonight we sit…

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The Return of the Kentucky Cryptids

Listen to “The Return of the Kentucky Cryptids” on Spreaker. Attention Nightowls! It’s a new year, the midnight hour is upon us once again, and the curious cryptids of Kentucky have returned! Or did they ever really leave? Tonight we sit down to discuss a few of the mysterious, unknown creatures that flew under our radar in our previous…

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Halloween Special

Listen to “Halloween Special” on Spreaker. Mercury is in retrograde again, the full moon has risen, and it’s HALLOWEEN IN KENTUCKY! Tonight, on this very special episode, we hear the stories of three Kentuckians with their own terrifying true tales of the paranormal in the Bluegrass. From unknown craft in the Commonwealth skies and unknown creatures on Kentucky’s waterways…

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Octavia Hatcher and the Ongoing Oddness in Eastern Kentucky

Listen to “Octavia Hatcher and the Ongoing Oddness in Eastern Kentucky” on Spreaker. Episode Description: The time: Midnight.  The place: The lost highways of eastern Kentucky.  You hear a baby crying from the hillside graveyard. A lost child? At this time of night? You’ve heard the folk tales. You know the stories. Yet, something still pulls you forward, dear…

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The Curious Case of the Kentucky Crytids

Listen to “The Curious Case of the Kentucky Crytids” on Spreaker. Episode Title: The Curious Case of the Kentucky Crytids Episode Description: Calling all Nightowls! It’s the midnight hour and we’re sitting down to discuss the ongoing high strangeness in the deep dark hills, hollers, forests, and suburbs of the bluegrass state. In tonight’s episode, we’re talking about the…

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