Lore
Lore
Oct 26, 2020
Episode 156: Bottled Up
36 min

Humans are very good at making assumptions. But if we look a little deeper, our preconceived ideas about some of the most common bits of folklore won’t just change—they’ll transform into something terrifying.

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