WEIRD TALES RADIO SHOW
In this week’s Weird Tales Radio Show #183 our guest is is American author Kevin Lucia talking about horror novels and movies, as well as his own new Halloween-themed collection October Nights. We also look at some Michaelmas folklore and superstitions – and much, much more.
It's Thursday - it's Weird Tales Radio Show time... In this week’s show our guest is is Peter Muise who, has been exploring New England legends, folklore and weird traditions for 20 years. He’s writer and blogger and his most recent book, out this month, is Witches and Warlocks of Massachusetts. Not surprisingly, we’re talking about the folklore and legends of New England, including who or what are the Melonheads?
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In this week’s Weird Tales Radio Show #181 our guest is Dr Kristina Downs, director of the Texas Folklore Society, talking about the intersection of folklore and true crime. We cover everything from Pocahontas to serial killers and fairy abductions. We also discuss the mysterious cases of the Sodder children, Crystal Grubb and Lauren Spierer.
In this week’s Weird Tales Radio Show #180 we go all esoteric and cast the runes with our guest Dr Stephen Flowers. Are they merely an alternative alphabet or do they provide a key to understanding older European cultures and their folklore? Did the Nazis hijack the use of runes? And what role do runes play in witchcraft and magic?
In this week’s Weird Tales Radio Show #179 our guest is author, editor, journalist and actor Mark Dawidziak talking about Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Kolchak the Night Stalker, performing Mark Twain on stage, Rod Serling, the Twilight Zone, Pandemic Horror – and whether the movie I Am Legend contains a message for anti-vaxxers?
Here's this week's link: www.markdawidziak.com
And here's that I Am Legend link...
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