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The producers of Here Be Monsters have been writing about some of their favorite unusual, eerie and mysterious sounds.

Listen: 4 found sounds from Scientology

The producers of Here Be Monsters have been writing about some of their favorite unusual, eerie and mysterious sounds.

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The shortwave radio spectrum is a mysterious place.

4 mysterious sounds hidden in shortwave radio

The shortwave radio spectrum is a mysterious place.

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Remi Dun enjoys her job as a part-time sex worker. She’s good at it, she makes good money, and she generally enjoys her clients’ company. And although she rarely experiences…

How to balance work and life as a sex worker

Remi Dun enjoys her job as a part-time sex worker. She’s good at it, she makes good money, and she generally enjoys her clients’ company. And although she rarely experiences…

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