Guest Spots, Lost Episodes, and More

For completionists and curiosity-seekers, you can find a list of all our guest spots, crossovers, lost episodes, and other bonus content below. 


Best Forevers: Cosmically Correct

Have you ever met someone and said, “This is stupid, we should just be best friends”? If so, then you may cosmically connected to them much like life-long friends, Devon and Liz, from The Ouija Broads are connected to each other. In this installment of the Bestie Podcaster’s Series, Alysa talks to two spooky friends that were clearly meant to be friends because they can essentially read each other’s minds and have journeyed twenty-two years together through wolf shirts and spells, painful poetic presentations, drifted friendships, and scrapbooking flyers. Come meet these authentic brain twins who were clearly meant to be friends and check out their delightfully weird podcast about the Pacific North West! You might not be able to see their friendship, but you’ll be able feel their friendship.


Insanely Haunted, the Lizzie Borden House

After outing herself as a Ghost Adventures snarker back in the Manresa Castle episode, one thing led to another and Devon guested on a show that’s all about Ghost Adventures. She, Max, and Cassie discuss the Insanely Haunted Lizzie Borden house and it’s a spooky good time.


A sort-of lost episode... the Stanley Hotel.

Here's the story with this one... we were using Zencastr, and something odd happened when we both spoke at once. It gets blippy. (Zencastr said they'd look into it but we never heard back.) So this isn't our peak audio product, and I'm not putting it on the main feed as a result. But Devon still did a really good job with the story, and it's an interesting one, so I'm putting it here for anyone who wants to check it out. 


Historical Hotties, Category: Old West

In Fall 2017, Liz guested on Historical Hotties, a fantastic show hosted by sisters Whitney and Lindsey  Nelsen. She pitted her pick for Old West Historical Hottie, Josie Earp (wife of famed lawman Wyatt) against Calgary legend John Ware and sharpshooter Annie Oakley. Why are these three our top contenders? Who took the crown? Well, you'll just have to listen to find out. And check out all of Historical Hotties' other fantastic episodes, which make history fun and kinda hot. 



Healthcare Dialogue

Liz has a day job?! Yes, and you can hear her talk about health insurance and Medicaid work requirements on two episodes of KYRS's Healthcare Dialogue. 



When we first launched the Patreon, we tried doing a special extra episode every month, but quickly figured out it was just way too much for us to keep up on. But they persist on Patreon for all Patron levels, and every now and then we do something extra just for kicks:

Seance #1: Big Heart, Don’t Care (October 30, 2017)

Devon and Liz compare intuitive readings and discuss lucid dreaming, bullshit situations, lizard ownership, sad flowers, charismatic megafauna, and wind. 


Seance #2: The Spokane Street Motel Murders (November 27, 2017)

DARK dark DARK dark DARK ONE, friend-os. PROCEED WITH CAUTION. These are two stories that I wanted to reserve for the patron feed because I wanted to keep them with a small, die-hard, savvy audience. The first one, the (alleged) killer is still out there. The second one, the (convicted) killer happens to be a trans woman, and the last damn thing I wanted was for any content I did about her to get taken out of context and used to support some transphobic/transmisogynistic bullshit. But she did kill residents of the Spokane Street Motel, which itself has a tragic story, so here they are together for your ears only. 

Seance #3: We Can Ford That Shit (December 21, 2017)

We played the Oregon Trail for you, pa-rump-a-pum-pum. 

Seance #4: Strong As Hell (January 20, 2018)

Three Northwestern women who said “not today, motherfucker.”

Seance #5: The Chocolate Box (April 4, 2018)

A little sampler of interesting tales: Seattle's umbrella man, the Faceless Roamer, and Mel's Hole. 

Seance #6: The Fish and the Scorpion (February 11, 2019)

Just some conversations about depictions of the Northwest we like, which cryptid we'd be, our Zodiac signs, and other things.