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I was going to add recommend Astonishing Legends and MonsterTalk. Both feature two host, plus guests. MonsterTalk is more skeptical in their approach, using critical thinking to look at what's being discussed.

Astonishing Legends takes a fairly even keeled look at their topics, and it's not uncommon for the hosts to offer different opinions/conclusions. The shows can be a bit more lighthearted than many of the paranormal podcasts I've heard, especially the later episodes by which time the hosts' radio chemistry has been honed.

One other comment about AL, they do multi-part deep dives on a number of their topics. For example, they do a six parter on the Patterson- Gimlin film that takes something like 16 hours.
 
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How about some free documentaries while you're in isolation? Try this site and link away to some free docs. Don't let the name of the site scare you. It has vids of everything from the Fae to Angels to Bigfoot.

The term “Fortean” if you are unfamiliar with it, is derived from Charles Hoy Fort ( 8/6/1874-5/3/1932) who was an American writer and researcher who specialized in cataloguing anomalous phenomena. The terms Fortean and Forteana are sometimes used to characterize various such phenomena. His most famous book was titled, The Book of the Damned.

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Steph Young talks about missing people