On this episode we celebrate Devin’s graduation by learning the origins of the graduation ceremony itself. After that, we take on a mystery from Quora about what different forms of media and pop culture effected and change your world view? Listen in and find out!
This episode we keep it simple, we promised you a conversation about our first jobs at the end of last episode and we delivered! We give all the details on our first experiences in the work force and how that lead us to where we are now. After that, we close with the case of the pyramids. Like, what do heck? What’s the deal with the heckin pyramids? Let’s get some history, speculation, and let’s rule out aliens? Or maybe not? Listen to find out…
On this episode of Space Case, we take on the difficult case of what to do when someone you admire is exposed as problematic or something even WORSE. Known synth-pop artist and YouTube viral sensation POPPY is in the midst of a legal dispute for stealing someone’s identity AND taking part in various forms of abuse with her creative partner Titanic St. Clair. After that, we dive into a recent prompt we were given about Jack White banning cell phones at his shows. Find out what we think about this subject and more on Episode 31!
Houston Chronicle Article we were featured in referencing the Jack White statement:
We take on a mystery that JUST popped up this past week; a strange voicemail circulates the internet that’s supposedly linked to “non-human” life? We’ll crack this case WIDE open to see past the hype and get to the TRUTH.
THEN, we talk about the 1998 blockbuster “Armageddon.” Is it good? Was it ever good? Has it stood the test of time? Listen and find out!
We’re BAAAAAAAACK! After a two week hiatus due to an influx of GIGGING and LIFE in general we’re back on the case and taking on these mysteries:
What happens when you’re a band that had a hit like, 10 years ago but you’re trying to maintain relevancy. Whether that be in the mainstream or indie circuit what does this mean for your fanbase and what does it take to overcome this idea? We get to the bottom of it. AND what’s the deal with Houston crowds? FACT OR MYTH?
FINALLY, why are children such a focal point of horror movies? Their innocence? The perceived notion that they do not yet understand right from wrong and therefore can be swayed by the powers of the great beyond? Let’s find out…
This week we solve some cases that have been PLAGUING us:
Case 1: In response to Gibson Guitar’s statement about how they are planning to avoid bankruptcy, what does that mean for the current musical climate? Has guitar based rock music been put to rest as a contender for the zeitgeist?
Case 2: A dramatic hair style change can signify more than just the need to “switch things up” ESPECIALLY for a women. We unpack this idea and discuss the many ways it can be interpreted.
Case 3: Why do parents keep giving boys names that end in the letter N. Like, why is this a trend? We’ll tell you why…
HAPPY (belated) VALENTINE’S DAY FROM SPACE KIDDETTES! On this episode of Space Case we tackle the much discussed MANDELA EFFECT. What does it mean? Where does it come from? How did it start? We also unpack the theories about celebrity cloning and replacement and see if there’s any weight to these highly regarded conspiracies. FINALLY, we give you the rundown on the origin of Valentine’s Day as we know it and crack the case on which legend we think stands out.
In this episode of Space Case, Devin presents some SP00KY cases that’ll either disturb or amuse you.
Case 1-The Max Headroom Signal Intrusion Incident: A niche sub group of the 1980s found it interesting to try and interrupt broadcasting signals of local stations and even subscription channels like HBO. Dive into these fascinating cases and learn a thing or two (Trent sure did)
Case 2- It’s not really a case, but Devin just wanted to list and discuss some really unusual deaths. They’re wild.
On this episode of Space Case, Space Kiddettes Mysteries LLC attempts to unveil the TRUTH on these cryptic cases:
We continue the discussion of why wine is considered feminine and beer is considered masculine and deliver the final verdict on this case.
Do you know Punky Brewster? Well, welcome to the world of “the more you know” style children’s programming of the 1980s.
The Dyatlov Pass Incident; a much publicized case shrouded in mystery. This case was closed too soon with too many bizarre details to count, so we dissect this case as much as we can with our level expertise and attempt to get a grip on this iconic tale.
Thanks so much for sending in cases. KEEP EM COMING!
Today we crack 3 very important cases for our curious listeners.
Case 1: If someone has a stain on their shirt and it’s super visible, should you tell them?
Case 2: When you get to upperclassman level coursework in college, has the coursework become harder, or do your methods of learning have to change
Case 3: In many instances, beer is considered a more masculine beverage and wine is considered to be a more feminine beverage; what in history has determined this and what can we do to solve this case?
This may end in a cliffhanger so tune in to find out!