Archive for Halloween

117-Snallygaster?

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The Snallygaster is a Maryland based cryptid whose description is so bizarre that is almost sounds like some kind of Lovecraftian horror. Half eagle, half reptile with razor sharp teeth so hard and dark they look like steel. It has wings to small for its body but yet it flies. It has one large eye in the middle of its forehead like some kind of reptile cyclops. it also has tentacles coming out of its mouth like it has a large octopus as a tongue. Beware the Snallygaster, especially if you are a drinker. We have heard it has a fondness for moonshine.

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099-Maryland Spooky Sites?

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Living in Maryland most of our lives we have encountered places here where the history is almost palpable. Native Americans were drawn to the area with the rich seafood able to be caught along the shores of the Chesapeake bay. Being one of the original thirteen colonies, we are home to some amazing, spooky and possibly haunted sites.

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098-Buried Alive?

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PREMATURE BURIAL
To die is natural; but the living death
Of those who waken into consciousness,
Though for a moment only, ay, or less,
To find a coffin stifling their last breath,
Surpasses every horror underneath
The sun of Heaven, and should surely check
Haste in the living to remove the wreck
Of what was just before, the soul’s fair sheath,
How many have been smothered in their shroud!
How many have sustained this awful woe!
Humanity would shudder could we know
How many have cried to God in anguish loud,
Accusing those whose haste a wrong had wrought
Beyond the worst that ever devil thought.
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097-Blobs?

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Beware of the blob, it creeps
And leaps and glides and slides
Across the floor
Right through the door
And all around the wall
A splotch, a blotch
Be careful of the blob

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096-Zombies?

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The dead are coming back to life and they are all messed up. From Voodoo curses to the modern rage virus runners, we discuss zombies.
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095-Bound in Human Flesh?

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With Special Guest Joel “Murphdog” Murphy

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You may have heard of the necronomicon; a book bound in human flesh with the pages written in human blood. Anything that you can think of that can be bound in leather, can be bound, and probably has been bound in human flesh

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072-7 Deadly Sins?

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Sin is the act of violating God’s will. But there are se7en cardinal or capital sins that are just the worst. Each cardinal sin with it’s own demon and punishment associated with it in hell. These arn’t your tiny, nondescript venial sins. These sins are the big leagues: Pride, envy, gluttony, lust, anger, greed and sloth.

We want to thank Joel “Murphdog” Murphy and Lars “Big Vinegar” Periwinkle from Hobo Radio for recording this episode with us! To hear us on Hobo Radio’s show and the second half click here!

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071-Horror Bands?

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Music is a major part of all our lives. So this Halloween listen to us talk about all the music inspired by the season. Let us help you find the perfect soundtrack to your frightful festivity.

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We want to thank Jon from Freestate Custom Guitars for joining us!

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070-Vampires?

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There are stories of people living after death by preying on the blood and life-force of the living. The vampire has been romanticized, villainized, sexualized, and monsterized. The tales of the vampire is centuries old and shows no signs of stopping. What is it about these undead creatures that fascinates us? We try to answer these questions on this weeks episode.


069-Curses?

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Curses, jinxes and hexes have a life as long as human history. Some curses can follow families or objects while others are associated with areas or buildings. Diametrically opposite of the blessing, the curse remains a lingering belief to this day.