Ripley Radio: An On-Demand Oddcast – Squirrel Tails & Weird Medical Re-Attachments
Our month-long series of weird animal stories starts this month on Ripley Radio with the story of how a veterinarian saved the life of seven baby squirrels whose tails had been fused together and our U.S. National Park expert Mike Oswald returns to tell us some strange and unbelievable stories about the animals that live in our parks.
Additional Weird, Strange, and Unbelievable Stories in the July 8 Edition of Ripley Radio, the official broadcast station of Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, include: Jodi Pliszka, Ripley’s own guru of weird medical maladies reports on some of the most unbelievable body-part re-attachments in medical history; Kirk Demarais, author of Mail Order Mysteries, explains the items that he highlights in his book -the small items once available for order from the back of cereal boxes and comic books; Mitch English, TV personality and comedian joins us in the studios for some fun and frolic; and sideshow and carnival fan extraordinaire Wayne Keyser joins us to talk about his radio show, Ballycast.
John Fogerty provides the musical egress this week with his 1970 hit, Lookin’ Out My Backdoor.
Kirk Demarasis – www.kirkdemarais.com/printbook2.htm
Mitch English – www.mitchenglish.com
Wayne Keyser – www.ballycast.com
Ripley Radio – www.ripleyoddcast.com