2020 Streamathon Week 06 – December 26th

Watch the Sixth Saturday Streamathon Archives (12/26/20)

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Saturday, December 26th

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Playlist – Link: Anomaly Archives Saturday Streamathon Fundraiser Series (ALL VIDEOS)


Matthew Alford, Tim Binnall, Greg Bishop, Walter Bosley, Loren Coleman, Joshua Cutchin, Susan Demeter, Zelia Edgar, Ken Gerhard, Robbie Graham, Joseph Green, Aaron Gulyas, Micah Hanks, Michael M. Hughes, Daniel Alan Jones, Paul Kimball, Steve Kohlhase, Nikita Kranda, Susan Lepselter, Dr. Greg Little, David Perkins, Stephanie Quick, Saul Ravencraft, Brent Raynes, Miguel Romero, Chris Rutkowski, Paul H. Smith, Tui Snider, Professor WHAM, Don Webb, Naomi & Richie West, Craig Woolheater … and Special Guests.

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Tim Binnall – “The Strange Saga of the Forrest Fenn Treasure”

Website & Radio-Show: BinnallOfAmerica.com

“Tim Binnall is the news editor for Coast to Coast AM as well as the host of the pioneering paranormal podcast Binnall of America. For more than a decade and over the course of hundreds of BoA programs, he has interviewed a vast array of researchers, spanning a wide spectrum of paranormal genres and ranging from bonafide esoteric icons to up-and-coming future players in ‘the field.’ A graduate of Syracuse University, Binnall aims to maintain an outsider’s perspective on the paranormal world with a distinct appreciation for its absurdities and a keen interest in the personalities and sociology of esoteric studies.”

Susan Demeter – “Spook Lights as Places of Paranormal Pilgrimage”

Websites: SusanDemeter.com, Out Of My Mind’s Eye / Books

“Susan is a Canadian born scholar, author, artist, and witch. The themes of her writing, research, art, and spirituality incorporate her lifelong interest in exceptional human experiences, UFOs, nature, social history, mysteries, and cosmic magic. Susan also writes under the nom-de-plume Susan Demeter – St. Clair.”

Daniel Alan Jones – “Myth.OS – Mythical Operating System: Investigating Simulation Theory, Non-Human Intelligence, and Unexplained Phenomena”

Website: TheVortex.Online / YouTube

“Explorer of consciousness and all things anomalous. Proprietor of The Vortex YouTube channel.” / “Explorer, Author/Composer, Drummer/Instructor, Reporter/Editor/Producer”

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SMiles Lewis – Streamathon Host / Founder of the Anomaly Archives

Websites: SMilesLewis.com, AnomalyRadio.net, / Radio-Show: PsiOpRadio.com / Vodcast: Anomaly-NOW!

“Audio Production Administrator for the Texas State Library Talking Book Program. Past State Section Director for the Travis and Williamson County chapters of the Mutual UFO Network. Web designer and print publisher of E.L.F. Infested Spaces Journal of Possible Paradigms.

Miles served as facilitator for Austin’s UFO Experiencer Support Group for nearly ten years and has spoken to local and national radio / TV / print media. In 1995 he spoke at the national Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness conference on the subject of UFOs as a transformative paradigm. His interests in both the physical and folkloric research of parapsychology and ufology have led to his collecting and archiving of over 3000 books on these and other topics relevant to consciousness research and the founding of the Anomaly Archives, lending library of the Scientific Anomaly Institute.”

Nikita Kranda – ” I Saw Something Weird: A conversation about regular people experiencing something they couldn’t explain”


“NK Kranda is a southern California native now living in Texas. She went to school for Horticulture Sciences and graduated with highest honors. She then continued her education in the fields of psychology, PTSD and trauma therapies, art, biology, psychics, history, and shamanism. She currently works in experiencer research and preservation and has the honor of interviewing some of the most incredible people the field has to offer. Her interest in contactees and experiencers began when she volunteered as a MUFON chapter secretary in San Antonio. After writing way too many reports, she found her true interests were in the people that quietly came to meetings to tell an incredible story. She taught them to fight stigma, to never stop telling their story, and to honor themselves because they survived.”

Susan Lepselter – “Dreaming Across Cultures”

Books: The Resonance of Unseen Things, E.T. culture: anthropology in outerspaces edited by Debbora Battaglia

“Susan Lepselter is an Associate Professor of Anthropology.  Her research explores the poetics of both popular media and everyday life in contemporary American culture, focusing particularly on captivity narratives, themes of gender and class, and discourses of memory and trauma in American social life.”

David Perkins – “UFOs, Cattle Mutilations and the Gaian Mind” (with SMiles Lewis)

Interview with Greg Bishop: Part-1 & Part-2 / Introduction to Stalking the Herd (by Christopher O’Brien) / Anomaly Archives Links [Photo below by Greg Bishop]

“David Perkins is founder and staff writer for Spirit Magazine. He has been an active paranormal researcher for the past twenty five years, investigating everything from cattle mutilations to underground alien bases. His special area of research is “Paranormal Phenomena and the Gaian Mind: Considering the Possibilities”.

David Perkins is a 1968 graduate of Yale University majoring in American Studies and Political Science. As a writer/journalist, he has investigated UFOs, cattle mutilations and paranormal phenomena since 1975. He has a published book Altered Steaks (Am Here Books) and is finishing Mute Testimony (co-authored with Tom Adams, which is a book examining the history of the cattle mutilation phenomenon. David’s article on cattle mutilations, “Darkening Skies”, was included in UFO 1947-1997 (John Brown Publishing), an anthology of the world’s leading authorities on UFOs.

Perkins, one of Ufology´s foremost thinkers, has written articles that have appeared in Boulder, Taos and High Times magazines, as well as numerous newspapers and research journals. He is the founder of Western Spirit magazine and currently serves as staff writer for that publication. He also wrote the forewords to Christopher O’Brien’s books The Mysterious Valley and Enter The Valley. David has been featured on the Art Bell Radio Show and appeared in numerous television and movie documentaries including, A Strange Harvest, Sightings, High Strange New Mexico, The Mutilation Files, Fox Family Channel´s Exploring the Unknown and The Billion Dollar Secret. His “Weirdness Update” is a regular feature in Western Spirit.”

Stephanie Quick – “Interrogating My Near Death Experience: The Aftermath of Mystical Awakening”

Website: Ghost Dog Is A Mystery Box

“Synchronicity experimenter, Red Magic practitioner, Near Death Experiencer, Esoteric Seeker and Thinker.”

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Ken AdamsThe Imaginatrix: The Terence McKenna Experience

IMAGINATRIX: The Terence McKenna Experience (2014) 69min
Directed by Ken Adams

“IMAGINATRIX is an experiment in psychedelic electronic cinema – catalyzed by an uncanny series of personal events. Ideas stream through an overfull ecology of mind – tracing powerful ramifications while munching exotic soundscapes. Created with ecstatic intentions.”

Ken Adams is a visual / video artist whose works immerse viewers in a surreal psychedelic kaleidoscopic maelstrom of sensory inputs. He worked with Terence McKenna (both before and AFTER Terence’s passing) on multiple visual projects and is a longtime dear friend of the Anomaly Archives and its founder, SMiles Lewis.

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Ed Hall – Classic Videos

“If Music Had a Louvre, Austin’s Ed Hall would be Hung”Phoenix New Times

“Ed Hall (from Austin, Texas) were perhaps the greatest disciple of the Butthole Surfers during the grunge era. If it was possible, Ed Hall even increased the psychedelic quotient and the volume and speed along with it. The result was one of the most comically catastrophic sounds of the era. In reality, when you read between the lines, you read a serious apocalyptic (or at least depressed) attitude, in line with nihilistic spirit that was a large part of hard-core rock. The music of Ed Hall, at its most basic, was grim expressionism updated to greet the post-nuclear society.” – (Translation from the Italian by Nicole Zimmerman)

Night Drive – Houston, TX

Classic Videos / NightDriveMusic.com / YouTube

“Night Drive is the fortunate result of inauspicious circumstances. Co-founders Rodney Connell and Brandon Duhon met after a young woman they were unknowingly both dating was killed in a car crash. The tragic event bonded the two, and became the seed from which the band was born. Perhaps because of the dark events surrounding its inception, Night Drive often focuses on the darker abstract currents of emotion. Inspired by sci-fii cinematic landscapes, they create modern synthpop with infectious melodies wrapped in thoughtful lyrics. Carried along by pulsing dance beats, the result is a stylish and energetic sound that has been featured in film, TV, and radio around the world. Performing alongside modern contemporaries such as CHVRCHES, Robert DeLong, and Austra, as well as classic legacy bands such as The Psychedelic Furs, Night Drive has quickly garnered a reputation as a captivating, must see live show.”

Pong – Austin, TX

Classic Videos / SausTex

“If there’s any band in what was once called Austin’s “alternative” scene that deserves live preservation, it’s Pong. On vinyl. As sonically representative as the locals’ studio albums are, it’s in concert where this quintet’s satire-soaked dance rock comes alive. When the guitar attack of Gary Chester and Jason Craig’s muscle-bound riffage begins bouncing off Shane Shelton’s sugary synth squiggles as nailed to a groove as relentless as Lyman Hardy’s fleet-footed disco, Pong pushes it over the top. … with the band romping through the space rockin’ dance pop of “Suicide Cat,” smirking funk of “Killer Lifestyle,” and the crooked riff-pop of “Secret Meat.” The band throws in the dubtastic synth pop of “Click OK” and the electronica-kissed hard rock of “Superwrong” while it’s at it. Naturally, Pong ends the show and LP by declaring, “Finally – some good music!” That may be tongue-in-cheek, but the description can’t be denied.”Austin Chronicle