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Episode 386 ”Is Paul Hogan Still Alive? 2: Yes”

Scott and Jer talk new music (check out Bleach Boy and their videos!), mouse goggles, Canadian kangaroos, fast food service criminals and gay furry hackers. Get Lost!

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Episode 385 ”69 at the 99”

A Tennessee meth train, Taco Bell sex party and Florida Man Games. Get Lost!

Episode 384 ”Pablo Escobar’s Hungry Hungry Hippos”

A hippo update and The Thanksgiving Report. Get Lost!

Episode 383 ”Clown Gimp”

Killer robots and guns for teeth. Happy Thanksgiving and Get Lost!

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yandi halloween

Episode 381 ”Yandi Did It!”

We are so close to Halloween, we can taste it! This week, Scott gives Jer the almost-annual Yandi costume contest, the boys share their horror picks and we get a fresh new state of horror by way of West Virginia. In Spider Web Droppings, Scott schools Jer on Chucky’s arrest in Mexico. Get Lost!

air bud horror

Episode 380 ”Air Bud: Blood and Alpo”

After a week hiatus for sick leave, Scott and Jer return for another Halloween episode, complete with horror movie picks and spider web droppings, including stories about Winnie the Pooh, deadly decorations and pumpkin boats. Get Lost!

Episode 379 “Stoneman Willie”

Scott and Jer get lost during their horror picks and rant for a while, but still leave time for a Halloween costume contest and some mummy news. Get Lost!

Episode 378 ”Ghost Whore”

In the first spooky episode of the Halloween month, delve into the obscure corridors of the mind as we question the popularity of Spawn, share our weekly October horror picks and then journey with us to the eerie Bird Cage Theater in Arizona in “State of Horror”, known to be one of the most haunted…
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MAF

Episode 377 ”MAF”

Strap in for a wild episode of the Lost at Home Podcast, where Jeremiah and Scott tackle news stories so bizarre they make Florida look like a finishing school for the sane. First up: a Florida Man arrested for trying to cross the Atlantic in a hamster wheel, because nothing says “marine conservation” like a…
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