"We are the
Weirdos, Mister." - The craft

 

The Weirdos & Wine podcast is what happened when a few awkward friends that live in San Diego discovered a shared passion for drinking and weird stuff, and decided to share it with the world. They talk about what it was like growing up as weirdos - and remaining weirdos in adulthood - while exploring their passion for true crime, art, nerdy stuff, the macabre, and the paranormal. They share and discuss stories with each other and occasionally with other weirdos that harbor a passion for the bizarre and strange while drinking a glass (or two…or three) of their chosen poison (spoiler alert: it’s not always wine).

Founder and host Nicole is a paranormal investigator who loves to talk about spooky stuff and her lifelong fetish with Bigfoot, aliens and Chupacabra. You seriously do not want to see her browser history. She is a recovering goth, but her passion for cemeteries and dead things has stayed alive long after she stopped shopping at Hot Topic.

Our new co-host, Jeremy is a paranormal experiencer turned investigator.  As a medical professional, he maintains a skeptical approach and was welcomed into the world of investigating by Nicole herself just a few years ago.  A lover of dad-puns, he spends his free time with his wife and kids, and he also formerly hosted his own podcast about the paranormal called Deviatus until ultimately he realized it was far too much work to pull off alone.  His drink of choice: Whiskey

Guest Co-host Jackie is an experienced artist and designer. When she’s not on Instagram looking up photos of cats, she’s Googling serial killers and feminist vagina magic stuff. Again, you do not want to see her browser history. This badass lady can school you on Disney, make you curious about murder, and be your drinking buddy. She is crafty enough to make a shank out of a mason jar, putting the fear of God into the local San Diego hipster market.

 

Nicole / Founder & Host
Jeremy / Co-Host
Unikitty / Producer
Midge the Cat / Intern

 

 
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things are going to get weird.