It’s that time of the week again! Cat Carlson and Allie Stein are back to beg the question, yet again, “Why aren’t more people talking about this?” as they explore the science of body language and what’s up with the classic nature vs. nurture debate. More specifically, how psychopaths operate, red flags on dating profiles, and The MacDonald Triad. The Suspect hosts will break down all types of behavior, and might be able to tell you if you’re a narcissist. Plus, Dr. Lillian Glass weighs in on the body language of liars, the importance of eye contact, and what your crush’s feet are telling you. There’s something for everyone! Join our Suspect family and listen to new episodes every Wednesday.
This week, Cat Carlson and Allie Stein are back to beg the question, yet again, “Why aren’t more people talking about this?” as they explore the creepy world of cults. More specifically, Internet-fueled cults, cyberpsychology, and how troll culture is impacting culture and democracy as a whole. The Suspect hosts will breakdown some seriously classic cult red flags, and how the new generation of “spiritual gurus” are recruiting their followers on social media. Plus, one of the most interesting men in the world, Rex Sorgatz, author of The Encyclopedia of Misinformation, weighs in on Internet culture, conspiracy theories, and how misinformation spreads. There’s something for everyone, and you might even learn a thing or two about avoiding cults. Or learn how to form one. Either way, listen to new episodes of Suspect every Wednesday.