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In “Who’s Who,” we’re introduced to another abusive family in Eerie (because there’s a lot of those in town). One member of the family is a budding artist with a magic pencil that can make her drawings real, but the only thing she wants is a mom (Marsh’s mom, in fact). This one raises a lot of existential questions, like the best episodes of this show do!

Previously available only on Patreon, Center of Weirdness: An Eerie, Indiana Podcast is now free for all! New episodes drop every Monday and Thursday.

Today, we’re looking into the future (and the past?) with “The Lost Hour.” In what might be the best episode yet, we get some quality filmmaking from Bob Balaban, and exploration of the milkman mythos, and a good reason to abolish Daylight Saving Time entirely.

Previously available only on Patreon, Center of Weirdness: An Eerie, Indiana Podcast is now free for all! New episodes drop every Monday and Thursday.

Things get very silly on today’s episode, with tangents about an erotic Goosebumps ripoff and the history of Eggo waffles. Oh, and we also discuss the episode The Dead Letter.

Previously available only on Patreon, Center of Weirdness: An Eerie, Indiana Podcast is now free for all! New episodes drop every Monday and Thursday.

This week, we’re talking extremely awkward episode The Broken Record, which was so harsh they pushed it to the end of the show’s run to avoid controversy! We’ve got a legitimately mean dad, a maybe Nazi rock band, and a cop trying to impress a teenage girl with stories of him pulling his gun on a suspect. Cool cool cool. Nothing wrong here at all.

Previously available only on Patreon, Center of Weirdness: An Eerie, Indiana Podcast is now free for all! New episodes drop every Monday and Thursday.

If we were less than impressed with the last episode, “Heart on a Chain” comes back strong, with murderous milk trucks, dangerously fast games of stabberscotch, and a cuckolding spirit. It’s all really something.