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Demons, desperate souls, and eldritch horrors. Strange and varied original stories that will linger long after you've finished listening. The Westside Fairytales horror and dark fiction podcast is written, read, and produced by Tyler Bell. New episodes are released the first Friday of every month. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A rock star, a murdered nanny and FIVE suspects… In 1991, Penny Hill was found brutally bashed on the side of a road in Coolah, NSW. She had just landed a dream job as a nanny for Col Baigent – a former drummer with Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs - and his wife Barbara. Three days after starting work, Penny was left for dead in a ditch. This podcast delves into a shocking crime uncovering new evidence into a case that has haunted a community for almost three decades Who killed Penny Hill?
 
The Frightmare Theatre Podcast is a horror audio drama anthology series from ARCANE. Broadcasting from a decrepit radio studio across the astral plane, the Frightmare Theatre team strives to make your nightmares a reality. Each eerie episode brings new terrifying (and at times hilarious) horror radio dramas to life. We invite you to join host, Doctor Necropolis, and the rest of the Frightmare Theatre team as they introduce a variety of suspenseful stories that are sure to send shivers down y ...
 
How did Charles Manson become an evil, cunning monster? In August 1969, the world is shocked by the savage murders of movie star Sharon Tate and four others at the sprawling Hollywood Hills estate she shares with film director Roman Polanski. When the following night another couple is brutally slaughtered, panic spreads among Los Angeles residents. Four months later, the mastermind behind these vicious crimes is arrested, and the public learns the name that would haunt it to this day: Charle ...
 
A Podcast focused on Netflix Original Shows and Movies. Get comfy with the guys (and occasional guest) as they delve into their favorite Netflix Originals and give you their take on why they love them, hate them, or just find them so-so. You will get to hear unique opinions on each of the shows that these hosts talk about. Not only that they will give you an update of shows that they are interesting in watching that are coming to Netflix in the upcoming months so that you can put them on you ...
 
Based on the classic ghost story, THE WOMAN IN BLACK tells the tale of Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe), a lawyer who is forced to leave his young son and travel to a remote village to attend to the affairs of the recently deceased owner of Eel Marsh House. Working alone in the old mansion, Kipps begins to uncover the town’s tragic and tortured secrets and his fears escalate when he discovers that local children have been dying under mysterious circumstances. When those closest to him become ...
 
Rigor Mortis Paranormal is a podcast that includes tales of hauntings, the unknown, and other unworldly mysteries. In our podcast you will hear true chilling personal stories and true horror stories from our captive audience. Robert and David (brothers) from San Antonio, Texas, have had quite a few spooky personal experiences between them and their family but would love to hear your stories too. To submit your story to our podcast, call 210-901-8666 or visit us online at www.RigorMortisParan ...
 
Based out of Los Angeles, CA, and Denver, CO, Ellie and Nikki tell stories of the haunted, peculiar, and unexplained from different cities. We met in a popular culture class and bonded over our fascination with the strange and absurd. Our love for story telling and investigating the enigmatic has fostered this labor of love. We’re learning and growing, trying constantly to hone the craft of telling a great story.
 
October 2019 update: This audio tour is no longer available. Unfortunately, part of the route has roadworks going on at the moment (so you cannot complete the route as the audio advises). —— Original description below this line —— Immerse yourself in the ghastly words of the master of terror, leading you through the maze of Dublin’s nightmare streets on a petrifying audio adventure. Beginning in the city centre (beside Dublin Castle) and ending God knows where, this weird walking tour is not ...
 
Block and Lot with Brian & Kate Meier. The no BS, look inside what's actually going on in New York City Real Estate. They answer questions from listeners, gives the authentic, current market condition and each week shares how to tackle the countless challenges and unpredictable situations that are part of an agent's everyday life. Whether you strategize from their experiences or prepare for tomorrow's pitch, this podcast is for those who live and breathe real estate.
 
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Kevin, Chris & special guest Troy Escamilla (Dark Night of the Podcast; Houston Horror Film Festival) continue Friends 'Til the End Month with Child's Play 2 (1990). The 'mos talk Chucky's revenge, the fabulous Christine Elise, architecture by Pee-Wee Herman, a toy factory from hell, fairy tale metaphors, a Terminator-style climax, inscrutable vood…
 
It’s Episode 105 of THE PODCAST ON HAUNTED HILL, and it’s our (belated) CHRISTMAS SPECIAL!!!! As well as being very festive and bright, we are full of CHRISTMAS CHEER, as we look at SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT (1984) and the hilariously touching SCROOGED (1988)!! As always, TIME TEAM will head back to the past, and we offer some suggestions for gift…
 
Happy New Year, everyone! We're hopping aboard a party train to ring in the new year with Roger Spottiswoode's Jamie Lee Curtis-starring slasher film Terror Train! Joining us for the bash are Chris Moore and Kevin Jones, the co-hosts of the Homos on Haunted Hill podcast! Join us as we discuss the slasher go-to of pranks being the reason for someone…
 
Throughout history, there have been Psychics, Mediums, and Prophets, who have predicted the future and sometimes with great accuracy, predicted events exactly. Why do most look away when so many times they have been right? What does the future hold in 2021? Join us as we discuss the possibilities. Please share this with your friends and family. Lis…
 
Ash tries to shake off the images that accompanied her discovery in the attic, pondering who or what might have left those things there. When the ancient and overtaxed electrical grid in her house dies, however, she’s forced to trek back into Gun Cotton in search of a temporary source of light. Something strong enough, hopefully, to beat back the b…
 
This week on Micro Queers, we're discussing Monika Estrella Negra's short Flesh (click the link to view the 15-minute-long short), which follows a young, Black queer woman (Esther Matthews Alegria) in the DIY Punk scene in Chicago. Feeling entrapped by her own community, she seeks to destroy what ultimately is destroying her. Questions? Comments? S…
 
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S4 Episode 1 | Objectos Volador no Identificados (Unidentified Flying Objects) Music at the top of the episode: “Shut ‘Em Down” by Public Enemy | “Mayday on the Front Line” by MC Ren Hot dang! Welcome to season 4 of the I Want to Believe podcast! Well holy shit, 2020 am I right? I know it’s currently 2021, I say this…
 
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S4 Episode 2 | Hill's in the Sky Music at the top of the episode: Fallin’ by De La Soul and Teenage Fanclub Music at the close: Then He Kissed Me by The Crystals Welcome to the I Want to Believe podcast! Was there some sort of alien intervention on the roads of northern New Hampshire back in 1961… I’ll tell ya in a s…
 
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S4 Episode 3 | Was the Real Slender Man Captured on Video? Music at the top of the episode by: Liz Beebe - Sympathy for the Slender Man Music at the close of the episode by: Nerd Out - I Got Ya Welcome to the I Want to Believe podcast! Was Slender Man captured on camera in Canada in 2019… I’ll tell ya in a sec… But f…
 
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S4 Episode 4 | The Christopher Davis Tragedy Music at the top of the episode: The Lizard King by The Doors Music at the end of the episode: Lee County Lizard Man by R. Logan Welcome to the I Want to Believe podcast! Tragedy struck Sumter County South Carolina in December of 2009. Christopher Davis, original witness t…
 
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S4 Episode 5 | The Franchi Stadium UFO Music at the top of the episode: Aliens by Dr. Octagon Music at the close of the episode: Blue Flowers by Dr. Octagon Welcome to the I Want to Believe podcast! In October of 1954, ten thousand people packed into a stadium in Tuscany, Italy. Just after halftime, the spectators an…
 
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S4 Episode 6 | Voice in the Woods Music at the top of the episode: Voices by Switchfoot Music at the close of the episode: Mind Playin' Tricks on Me by The Geto Boys Welcome to the I Want to Believe podcast. Have you ever been out somewhere and could tell that someone was looking at you, or worse, were behind you bef…
 
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S4 Episode 7 | The Winged Beast of Woodstock Snippets at the top of the episode from Kanye West, Serengeti, Common, Da Brat, and the trailer for the documentary Terror in the Skies, directed by Seth Breedlove and written by Mark Matzke and Seth Breedlove. Song at the close: Half Light by Low Episode also contains sni…
 
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S4 Episode 8 | Unsolved & Haunted Music at the top of the episode: Put Your Head on My Shoulder by Paul Anka Music at the close of the episode: All I Need by Method Man ft. Mary J. Blige Welcome to the I Want to Believe podcast. In 1990, a young couple stopped at the Amber Beacon Tower on the Singapore shoreline. Mom…
 
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S4 Episode 9 | Werewolves in Mexico Music at the top of the episode: Werewolves of London by Warren Zevon Music at the close of the episode: Hungry like the Wolf by Duran Duran Welcome to the I Want to Believe podcast. You’re alone one night, laying in bed binging the Office or some other television show that lulls y…
 
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S4 Episode 10 | Black-Eyed Kids Part III Music at the top and close - Black Eyed Kids (Chopped & Screwed Version) by Boondox Welcome to the I Want to Believe podcast, I’m Nomar Slevik. There’s just something about black-eyed kids’ stories that chill me to the bone. So why not cover it again. This is part 3 of the bla…
 
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S4 Episode 11 | Wanda Saw A Ghost Music at the top of the episode: I Saw a Ghost by Easy Kids Songs Music at close: Ray of Light by Madonna Welcome to the I Want to Believe podcast! Wanda Sykes is typically known as a writer, actor, and comedian… but one night in 2015… wasn’t so funny. A quick reminder that ALL of ou…
 
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S4 Episode 12 | The Basin Screecher of Maine Song at the top of the episode: Somebody’s Watching Me by Rockwell Closing song: Murder She Wrote by Chaka Demus & Pliers Welcome to the I Want to Believe podcast! The town of Phippsburg, Maine, which sits at the west side mouth of the Kennebec River is known for its prist…
 
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S4 Episode 13 | Veronica (The real story behind the film) Music at the top of the episode: Veronica by Elvis Costello Music at the close: Maldito Duende by Heroes del Silencio Welcome to the I Want to Believe podcast! NETFLIX is host to a terrifying horror film called Veronica. People have said that it’s so scary tha…
 
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S4 Episode 14 | The Mineral Point Vampire Music at the top of the episode: Are You Sleeping Vampire? by Hoopla Halloween Music at the close: Cry Little Sister by Gerard McMann Welcome to the I Want to Believe podcast! Well guess what, yall… we made it. We made it through another season of the podcast. Of course, our …
 
Our month of 3s continues with Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth, the third entry in the Hellraiser franchise and who better to join us than mega fan Bryan Christopher? In the 1992 Anthony Hickox-directed film, the action shifts from the UK to New York (cough North Carolina cough) as Doug Bradley's Pinhead channels Freddy and Wishmaster while tempting …
 
This week things go a bit south as we find out we aren't the only dysfunctional family around. I'd usually try to make a hillbilly joke here, but Mikey is no longer on the pod. Did you like the podcast? If so, please hit "Subscribe" and consider leaving a review on your podcatcher of choice! Need to contact the boys? Drop us an email at queueituppo…
 
Episode 17 is a Cobra Kai extravaganza! The Boomtron Crew tests a new format for the show in Episode 17. Prior to implementing the new format, the crew quickly discusses a few shows they've been watching, and then you can listen as Amy, Damon, and Diego speak in depth about Season 3 of Netflix Original, "Cobra Kai." Each episode is deconstructed an…
 
We welcome Special Guest, Janice Leah from Neosho County Paranormal. We will be discussing some of her experiences while investigating the paranormal. Join Rick Warren, James Toups, and Eddie Hill, as we plug some of our insights into the world of the unknown. Please share this with all your friends and family, and as always, Listener Support is gr…
 
The third year of the pod kicks off with our annual tradition: a Scream film! Scream 3 (2000) is arguably the least popular film in the franchise, but it's due for a critical reappraisal as we unpack all of the its challenges, including no script, an in-demand Neve Campbell, post-Columbine timing, a move to comedic Hollywood and studio interference…
 
Happy New Year! Wanna play? Kevin, Chris & special guest Patrick K. Walsh (ScreamQueenz podcast) kick off Friends 'Til the End Month with Child's Play (1988). The 'mos talk Good Guy™ dolls, a traumatized kid protagonist, formative practical effects, Jaws influences, daddy Chris Sarandon, gay voodoo & dick murals, the aspirational Dinah Manoff and m…
 
Ash and Darcy are finally moved in, but their new home is anything but perfect. Years of neglect have left it near in ruins, and with the high pressures of her new practice, Darcy will have to leave much of the work to Ash. Determined to not be a burden, Ash takes a plethora of chores onto her shoulders, possibly biting off more than she can chew i…
 
This week on Micro Queers, we're discussing Blake Mawson's revenge short Pyotr495 (click the link to view the 15-minute-long short), which sees an app hookup go horribly wrong, only for the tables to be turned on the assaulters. Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, and/or Facebook, or join the Facebook Group to g…
 
Jack the Ripper is the world's most infamous serial killer. Wreaking havoc in the Whitechapel District in London in 1888, the murderer has left his mark in dark history forever. Hosted by Crystal - https://wanderingcrystal.com TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@wanderingcrystal Twitter: https://twitter.com/wandercrystal Instagram: https://www.instagra…
 
Here's a sneak peek of our all new Patreon minisode as we celebrate our favorite horror films - in this case Joe's #2 pick for the year - and bid 2020 a long-overdue farewell! Like what you hear? Head on over to www.patreon.com/horrorqueers and become a Patron for more exclusive bonus content today! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
A short end-of-the-year message to wrap up this crazy year and look ahead! We'll be back with our first episode of 2021 on Tuesday, January 5th. Connect with us on Patreon and social media for updates! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/homosonhauntedhill Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/homosonhauntedhill Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hohhp…
 
In this very special episode we are teaming up with Dark Loops Productions Interdisciplinary team of academics and experts "The Seers of Ardham". They include: Cognitive Psychologist and Philosopher Dr. Scott Jordan, Cultural Anthropologist Dr. Stanford Carpenter, School Psychologist Dr. Leandra Parris, Communications Professor Dr. Byron Craig, and…
 
This week we make a collect call to our youthful selves and ride our bikes down Nostalgia Lane with this Spielberg classic. Did you like the podcast? If so, please hit "Subscribe" and consider leaving a review on your podcatcher of choice! Need to contact the boys? Drop us an email at queueituppod@gmail.com for any and all inquiries.…
 
Krampus's name is derived from the German word krampen, meaning claw, and is said to be the son of Hel in Norse mythology. ... The legend is part of a centuries-old Christmas tradition in Germany, where Christmas celebrations begin in early December. Is Krampus Real or does he exist in our minds? We hope that all of you had a very Merry Christmas a…
 
Rigor Mortis Paranormal podcast episode 51 “Christmas 2020” stories include West Texas Highway Oddities – Juan from Odessa Texas shares stories about creepy sightings on a lonely Texas road, Suicidal Haunting – Kristie from Austin, Texas remembers hauntings from a neighbor who committed suicide and started haunting the neighborhood, Alien Behind th…
 
This week on Micro Queers, we're discussing William Lott's queer holiday short What's In The Box? (click the link to view the 9-minute-long short), which finds a queer man struggling with his impulse control when an unexpected gift arrives on his doorstep on Christmas Eve. Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, and…
 
Talking about Cyberpunk 2077, Fargo, Scoob and Shag, and the Blair Witch video game. This month's recommendations: Scoob and Shag Blair Witch Support us on Patreon or by purchasing some merch! Check out all our social media links here See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Happy holidays, everyone! We usually take this week off, but we had an extra episode in the Horror Queers archives that we recorded back in October for the Nightstream Film Festival, and we thought we’d release it as a little holiday treat for all of you. That treat comes in the form of a discussion of all things J. Lo in Tarsem Singh's The Cell! J…
 
The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear!!! We don’t sing in this episode of Popcorn Psychology but we do talk about the 2003 classic, Elf! We talk about the emotional impact of growing up in a community in which you don’t quite fit in. We stress the importance of environmental factors and cultural norms when consideri…
 
Kevin & Chris wrap up Homo for the Holidays Month with a yuletide sleigh-ride through the Black Christmas 'trilogy' (1974, 2006, 2019). The 'mos talk sorority sisters in peril, disturbing phone calls & DMs, festive holiday decor, glass unicorns, eyeball fetishes, not-so-subtle social messaging and more. Bonus topics include favorite Christmas/holid…
 
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