Krampus: Origins of the Yuletide MonsterS3 Ep15 |We look at the historical origins of Krampus in the winter festivals of the Alpine region.
The Origins of ‘Big Bug’ Science FictionS3 Ep14 |Learn all that contributes to this beloved film subgenre featuring footage from Deep Look!
Trolls: Scandinavia’s Malevolent, Magical OutcastsS3 Ep13 |This episode takes you through the Nordic sagas that contribute to the prowess of Trolls.
The Werewolf’s Modern MetamorphosisS3 Ep17 |This episode will help you understand why the popularity of the werewolf continues to grow
The Killer Origins of the WerewolfS3 Ep16 |How did wolves come to be associated with cannibalism, sorcery, and mental illness?
Will-o’-the-Wisp: Monstrous Flame or Scientific Phenomenon?S3 Ep5 |These elusive blue flames have been reported globally and inspired a wealth of folklore.
Death Worms: Fact or Fiction?S3 Ep12 |Look at the possible inspirations behind some of history’s most famous death worms.
Fire Cat or Fire Cart? The History of Japan’s KashaS3 Ep11 |The Kasha drags the bodies of the dead to the underworld for a life of damnation.
El Silbón: The Deadly Whistler of the GrasslandsS3 Ep10 |This emaciated, whistling devil is cursed to wander the South American Countryside.
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Exhumed: A History of ZombiesDeconstruct some of the most significant moments in zombie pop culture.
The world is full of monsters, myths, and legends and Monstrum isn’t afraid to take a closer look. The show, hosted by Emily Zarka, Ph.D., takes us on a journey to discover a new monster for each new episode. Monstrum looks at humans unique drive to create and shape monster mythology through oral storytelling, literature and film.