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The Box of Oddities

Author: Kat & Jethro Gilligan Toth

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The Box Of Oddities : True Stories of the Weird is a twice weekly podcast hosted by married couple Katrina Walls (Kat) and Jethro Gilligan Toth. Each week, the couple surprises each other, and their audience, with stories of the strange, the bizarre, and the unexpected. It’s fun and true but mostly just weird.
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Wendy Kingston

While camping my son once said squirds and birls (squirrels and birds) and years later we still say it when anyone slips up and without realizing (I was home alone) muttered squirds and birls when kat said spid squecies, which made me laugh so hard. Thanks for the hilarious moment!

Jan 16th
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Tim Burke

Kat - your laugh is great, infectious - liked this episode best so far - but what happens with ducks or night parrots in the tub when you have to go 💩 (when it's like -20° outside) also, that thing in the middle - Charles the first foot in shoe to wash up in the Northwest the foot in shoe may need to be further researched to appease the librarian

Jan 16th
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Tim Burke

ok I got my second wind - ouji being a game, nope, spot on and Hasbro is not know as an outlet for anything of the occult

Jan 16th
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Tim Burke

Kat - really a tofu sandwich transports you to anything remotely similar to BBQ - EVER I was going to finish this post but put it off procrastinating - I'll get around to it eventually

Jan 16th
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Danielle Cady

Totally sing those comercials too...

Jan 15th
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Cerina Doyle

Just a quick FYI guys! You mentioned that she didnt marry her ghost fiancé (never thought I’d write that!) in Ireland because it wasn’t recognised under UK law. Ireland is not under the purview of UK law. If she was in Northern Ireland she would be but not Ireland, different country!! Also can I just say that she is not a representative of the Irish. Bitch is making us look crazy! 😆

Jan 15th
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DblFistinPiston

Leblough, those girls have it easy compared to the poor liddle feminists in the USA. Right?

Jan 15th
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Tyler Thoren

"Comin' for your dick! Arrr arrr arrr!" I was listening while gathering eggs in my chicken coop, laughed and spit my gum out... took me 3 tries before I found it! Kat & Jethro, you two are fuckin' beautiful!! Thank you for the miles & miles of smiles! Freak Flag Flying High!

Jan 14th
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babyFox

totally creeps me out that people keep Isopods as pets

Jan 14th
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DENNY Dear

And here I thought the spid squizzes we're extinct this whole time. thanks Kat for the educational story's you provide to the masses.

Jan 14th
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Rachel Ostrander

😂❤

Jan 14th
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yayabones82

spid squices 😂😂😂😂😂😂 I am effing DYING

Jan 14th
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Dr. Thangkenstein

Thanks for making me relevant! Women in science REPRESENT ✊🏼 I listen to every episode right after it drops because y'all are incredibly fun and thoughtful oddballs! Much love 💕

Jan 14th
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azrealus99

Spid squiecies 😂

Jan 14th
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Tim Burke

so hold on, meteorologist can't predict the weather here but can call wind speed and temp of Neptune?

Jan 13th
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Tim Burke

dick bag, like a douchebag but with balls?

Jan 13th
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yayabones82

Bog bodies - super fascinating!!!!

Jan 12th
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Tim Burke

maybe they misspelled pseudonym because they ran out of money for the engraving after the first hump on an m early wall prototype

Jan 12th
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Tim Burke

listened to #9 out of order now #66

Jan 12th
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Tim Burke

Jethro Gilligan Toth it's my other personality doing it, not this one

Jan 12th
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Jethro Gilligan Toth

Tim Burke You sir are madcap

Jan 12th
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Tim Burke

dissociative personality disorder is a very interesting but sad event caused by a significant event that a can't manage the impact of the event and a personality develops to deal with it. It gives a person a stronger personality to deal with the event, or to do things the individual can't. in short a personality is developed to deal with what the person can't - it's not uncommon for someone to have episodes or events where a person dissociate from an event but is able to recover - it's a coping mechanism.

Jan 12th
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