It’s mid-summer and Ripley Radio, the official broadcast station of Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, is taking you on a road trip to a couple unusual destinations this week. Chad Lewis is joining us to report on an underwater music festival and a Mothman fest. Dan Harmon, author of Super Pop, a book of Top 10 pop culture hits, will stop by and tell us why his new book will make its readers smarter, happier and more likely to survive a shark attack.
Additional Weird, Crazy, Bizarre and Strange Stories on the July 15 Episode of Ripley Radio includes: Jodi Pliszka tells us about a weird medical malady that caused fingernails to grow out of a young woman’s pores over her entire body; National Geographic writer Jennifer Holland , author of Unlikely Friends, tells us about strange animal friendships; Dale Palzet, principal of an Illinois middle school reveals his school has a new Guinness World Record in the making – 24 sets of twins enrolled!; TV personality and comedian Mitch English is back with more zany, but true stories; and we hear about a Museum of Broken Relationships.
For our musical egress this week, the Zombies salute summer with their bluesy rendition of Summertime.
Mitch English – www.mitchenglish.com
Ripley Radio – www.ripleyoddcast.com
Chad Lewis – www.unexplainedresearch.com
Jodi Pliszka – http://www.headlineitstore.com/about/jodi