Out There Radio: It’s a Strange World

OTR T-Shirt LogoFor those of you who are fans of the Disinformation Podcasts, make sure to check out Raymond, Joe, and Austin’s original series, Out There Radio.

We’ve built a brand new website with mobile integration for this 50 episode series about the occult, conspiracy theories, and other bizarre undercurrents of the human psyche.

While you are there, make sure to take a look at Raymond’s Ultimate Conspiracy Video List.

The list contains nearly 100 full length films, many of which are sources for episodes of Out There Radio.

8 Comments on "Out There Radio: It’s a Strange World"

  1. great series,
    doesn't fall into the egomania trap that people like Jim Maars and alex jones do.
    plus a lot of great austin gandy moments

  2. Ya i will check it out now thanks for sharing this post with me

  3. petermobius | Feb 8, 2010 at 1:29 pm |

    ultimate conspiracy video list link not working

  4. rageplug | Feb 8, 2010 at 8:31 pm |

    When I listened in the past I liked most of it, but there were some moments of serious retardation, like when they had a “real life freemason” who blithely explained that that all the occult symbols found in Washington D.C. street layout were there because the founding fathers thought it “looked cool”. Or when “Joe” said people shouldn't listen to Alex Jones because he was “a fundamentalist”… Fairly entertaining but also fairly sophomoric.

    • alex jones is a fundamentalist, I stopped listening to him after one too many “white christians are under attack by obama's lizard men” speaches

    • joemcfall | Mar 26, 2010 at 3:39 pm |

      I enjoy seeing my name in quotation marks. It makes me feel abstract.

      Also: Alex Jones *is* a fundamentalist, no question about it. People should listen to fundamentalists all they want; they just shouldn't take them seriously.

  5. nobody make the mistake I did, fell asleep listening to the Jim Jones episode and was awoken by Jim Jones crazy rantings

  6. Anonymous | Mar 26, 2010 at 8:39 pm |

    I enjoy seeing my name in quotation marks. It makes me feel abstract.

    Also: Alex Jones *is* a fundamentalist, no question about it. People should listen to fundamentalists all they want; they just shouldn’t take them seriously.

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