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Episode 853, October 11, 2022

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Pop Quiz: Religious Symbolism
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How well do you know your Skeptoid? Today's pop quiz focuses on questions drawn from episodes about world religions.

The Day the UFO Deactivated the Nukes
Episode 842, July 26, 2022
It's said that in 1967, a UFO once deactivated an entire flight of US nuclear missiles in their silos.

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Episode 841, July 19, 2022
The story goes that in England in 1921, driving a particular stretch of road meant an encounter with a terrifying foe.

What Sank the Lusitania?
Episode 840, July 12, 2022
Many believe that the true cause of the Lusitania's sinking was not the torpedo, but a mysterious second explosion that followed.

Decoding the Carolina Bays
Episode 839, July 5, 2022
Some say these oval depressions all along the US east coast are craters from an ancient meteor bombardment.

The Chilean Navy UFO
Episode 838, June 28, 2022
Amateur Internet researchers figured out in 5 days what the Chilean government UFO group couldn't in two years.

Falling Fish Followup
Episode 837, June 21, 2022
Some feedback and followups to a raft of previous Skeptoid episodes.

Can You Tell if I'm Lying?
Episode 836, June 14, 2022
Can watching body language really tell you when someone is lying?

False Flag Attack? The USS Liberty
Episode 835, June 7, 2022
Officially, Israel's 1967 attack on the USS Liberty was accidental friendly fire; but many claim it was a deliberate conspiracy.

The Haunting of the Stanley Hotel
Episode 834, May 31, 2022
Colorado's Stanley Hotel is famous not only for its association with The Shining, but also for ghosts of its own.

The Secrets of the Integratron
Episode 833, May 24, 2022
This white dome in the California desert may house the secrets of the universe, or nothing more than delusions.

What Greek Fire Really Was
Episode 832, May 17, 2022
This ancient weapon of terror struck fear throughout the ancient world, and stokes a number of mysteries today.

Facilitated Communication Isn't
Episode 831, May 10, 2022
This discredited technique deceives loved ones into believing non-communicative people are able to communicate just fine by hiring one of these facilitators.

The Mystical Death of Jack Parsons
Episode 830, May 3, 2022
The complicated life of JPL's co-founder meant that his death was almost certain to be cloaked in conspiracy theories.

What ASMR Will Do for You
Episode 829, April 26, 2022
What is the state of the science behind this online video genre that combines relaxation with chills and shivers?

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