Jeff Emtman

Jeff Emtman

Independent Producer

Jeff Emtman is the producer of the Here Be Monsters podcast in Seattle, Washington.

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A childhood loss leads Colby Richardson to meet a man who teaches him to see his dead mother’s aura.

HBM128: Seeing Auras

A childhood loss leads Colby Richardson to meet a man who teaches him to see his dead mother’s aura.

from Here Be Monsters

Would you trade a month of your life to give a decade to a stranger?  What if it were four strangers? Or thirty?

HBM127: QALYs

Would you trade a month of your life to give a decade to a stranger?  What if it were four strangers? Or thirty?

from Here Be Monsters

Most of the ocean floor has never been mapped in detail.  Some scientists are trying to change that, using sonar to see what satellites can’t.

HBM126: Sounding the Deep

Most of the ocean floor has never been mapped in detail.  Some scientists are trying to change that, using sonar to see what satellites can’t.

from Here Be Monsters

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