Episode: 146-Scandinavian Folklore: Twinning


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146-Scandinavian Folklore: Twinning

The story of Tatterhood is unlike any I've ever read on the podcast, and it's so excellent. The problem? I can't really say much without ruining the story. So check it out, you won't be disappointed.

The creature is the tomcod, a catfish that's actually a catfish. It's a lot more off-putting than you'd think.

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