Fear of Clowns | Losing Your Sense of Smell | Musical Message in Plato

Every now and then National Public Radio features the most bizarre, fascinating, or hilarious stories. Consider these reports on “All Things Considered.” The first is on coulrophobia, or the fear of clowns, the third most common phobia in Britain. The second is on garden writer Bonnie Blodgett who didn’t know what her sense of smell meant to her – until she lost it. The third is on a musical message discovered in Plato’s works.


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