Episode 193: Marine Monsters and Mysteries with Max Hawthorne

On today’s episode, we head for the high seas on the hunt for a variety of monstrous creatures lurking in the depths of the worlds oceans in the company of author Max Hawthorne. 

Max discusses some of the incredible encounters and witnesses that experienced things that changed there lives all around the world. We’ve a series of terrifying incidents involving giant squid attacking a US Navy ship, boats and catamarans, giant octopi stalking the shallows and scaring fishermen witless, enormous turtles off the coast of Canada and much, much more.

After listening to Max, you may think twice about booking that cruise of a lifetime.

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