Question. What do medieval werewolves, mimes in the 1970s, a Sasquatch museum, 1940s detective movies, and progressive rock all have in common? The answer … is nothing. Other than the fact that I’m going to talk about those things and many others on a podcast called the Pandemonium Seesaw. I’m Paul Matthew Carr and I love the odd, the obscure, the surreal, and the silly. Each episode I’ll be picking a random subject from the shadowy corners of history to talk about, dissect, and tell stories both personal and historical to put in perspective why that subject is fascinating, interesting, and fun. So join me, twice monthly for a podcast about the unusual, a curiosities podcast – The Pandemonium Seesaw.
Paul Matthew Carr is a writer, artist, and designer based in Colorado. He spends an inordinate amount of time on the Internet blogging about silly things and even more time making things up and then attempting to convince people they are proper stories. Paul is the host and creator of several podcasts including Pandemonium Seesaw, The Nexus of All Realities, and The Collected Edition with Brian Reese, as well as the blog DaddyElk. In addition to this, he also designs websites – like the one you are on right now. When not working he can usually be found at the library or walking in the mountains with his dogs.