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King Kong pt. 2

Season 6 Episode 6 | 10m 09s

Since his 1933 movie debut, King Kong’s impact on our culture has been persistent. For nearly a century, Kong’s story has changed to reflect, and sometimes comment on, our society’s issues with racism, sexism, and fear of the unknown. Let’s talk about how well this iconic monster’s evolution keeps up with our changing times.

Aired: 06/26/24
Extras
Ever felt like a place seems real yet oddly unsettling?
The Pacific Northwest's enigmatic waters are home to an elusive sea serpent of legend: Cadborosaurus
In this episode, we explore the complicated legacy of the monumental 1933 film, King Kong.
There’s something deeper to this fantastically monstrous story!
Meet Kappa, a Japanese water yokai that's obsessed with butts.
What grim skeletal equine monster roams the villages of Wales under the cover of night?
Behind their face paint, creepy clowns reveal our deepest fears about who we can trust.
Why do kids and teens love to scare each other so much at sleepovers?
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The SCP Foundation is wiki-powered, crowd-sourced folklore at its finest!
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Ever felt like a place seems real yet oddly unsettling?
The Pacific Northwest's enigmatic waters are home to an elusive sea serpent of legend: Cadborosaurus
In this episode, we explore the complicated legacy of the monumental 1933 film, King Kong.
There’s something deeper to this fantastically monstrous story!
Meet Kappa, a Japanese water yokai that's obsessed with butts.
What grim skeletal equine monster roams the villages of Wales under the cover of night?
Behind their face paint, creepy clowns reveal our deepest fears about who we can trust.
Why do kids and teens love to scare each other so much at sleepovers?
Since the start of recorded history, there has always been something creepy about dolls.
The SCP Foundation is wiki-powered, crowd-sourced folklore at its finest!