Bethany Denton

Bethany Denton

Managing Editor of 'Here Be Monsters'

Producer

Bethany is the Managing Editor and a producer for Here Be Monsters. Originally from Montana, she now lives in Seattle, Washington. Her cat, Milhouse, is an avid HBM listener.

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Black Tulsans record a rap album in a house that once belonged to a famous Klansman.

HBM140: The New Black Wall Street

Black Tulsans record a rap album in a house that once belonged to a famous Klansman.

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Is volunteering for pain an unnecessary cruelty? Or is it a fundamental part of being human?

HBM139: Acceptable Pains

Is volunteering for pain an unnecessary cruelty? Or is it a fundamental part of being human?

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New research suggests that Neanderthals did many of the things once thought to be exclusively “human.”

HBM138: Did Neanderthals Bury their Dead?

New research suggests that Neanderthals did many of the things once thought to be exclusively “human.”

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