Welcome to the fifty-seventh episode of The Ancap Barber Shop! In this one me and Adam are completely unleashed, casting aside the restraints of things like “format” and “content”, and boy does it pay off. We’re really proud of this one, and you should be too. Strap in and pull out your finest set of earbuds because it’s about to get real.

We tried a new audio production technique where we must of bumped some controls and didn’t notice because my channel was panned all the way to one side. We fixed it and you probably won’t notice but if it sounds a little funny that’s probably why.

Adam starts off talking about something called the bridge water triangle. Apparently it’s an area of Massachusetts  where they have a lot of ghosts and fireballs? Animal mutilations too. We came to the conclusion that Adam is against animal mutilation and I’m for it.

We would both try veal or foie gras though.

We move on talking about a few ghost stories from my childhood. I’ve told this story before but I saw a guy without a face. Also an orb, which is apparently common. Adam’s friend’s house was haunted as well.

Also we both believe in aliens.


Well I think that about wraps her up. We hope you enjoyed this one, and if you did you should like our Facebook pageInstagram and Patreon.

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Meet the hosts

Scott McDonald is the Ancap Barber. Born and raised in Huntsville AL, he is an agorist barber extraordinaire. Along with his beautiful wife, Erika McDonald, he fathers the wonder child, Elsie McDonald. Scott has been involved in political and philosophical discussion for most of his adult life. His mission in life is to spread liberty at every opportunity, as well as eventually owning his own barber shop. Adam Brown is a musician, libertarian, and minarchist, as well as the co-host of the Ancap Barber Shop. He and Scott make up the doom country duo, Pinecone Percy. Adam believes in minimal government and personal freedoms, you will usually find him shredding on a guitar, banging on drums or debating anarchy and religion with Scott. He was born and raised in Huntsville, AL. His goal is to share his passion for freedom and liberty to anyone and everyone.