HE MET MORE GHOSTS IN GETTYSBURG
Journalist, civil war historian and ghosthunter Don Allison returns to What Are You Afraid Of? to talk about his new book, I Met More Ghosts in Gettysburg. Mr. Allison shares his many paranormal experiences while exploring the ghost capital of the United States, Gettysburg. English folksinger David Walton narrates a creepy ghost story from the book, In My Mind’s Eyes and a new story from Don about connecting to an old friend that passed on: Jack Bryce, Old Friend. Gettysburg is a beautiful city rich with American history, folklore and ghost stories.
Don Allison, a veteran journalist and author, is a lifelong resident of Williams County, Ohio, where he shares a historic home with his wife, Diane. He has received numerous Associated Press and United Press International awards for his news, feature and column writing and special section design. Don’s weekly column “On My Mind” is a Bryan Times fixture. Drawing on knowledge gained from a lifetime of studying the Civil War, Don has written extensively about that conflict. He and Diane are the founders of Faded Banner Publications, which publishes books on the Civil War and Northwest Ohio history, as well as the paranormal. Don’s other books include “I Met More Ghosts at Gettysburg: A Journalist’s Paranormal Journey Continues,” “Hell on Belle Isle: Diary of a Civil War POW” and “The Best of On My Mind: The Bryan Times Newspaper Columns of Don Allison.”
You can find more information about his books and work at his website: www.fadedbanner.com
EPISODE 109: KATRINA WEIDMAN
Katrina Weidman, co-host of Destination America’s Paranormal Lockdown, returns to hang out with horror author T. Fox Dunham on episode 109 of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show. Katrina is a good friend to the show, and she returns to talk about season 3 of Paranormal Lockdown. Kat shares insights about her investigations and tells the creepy tale of several paranormal encounters she had while filming at some of England’s most haunted sites including the Beattie Mansion, Shepton Mallet Prison, Cambria Jail and the Drakelow tunnels. Included in her stories is the tale of phantom knocking, shadow figures, a frightening spirit she calls “The Creeper” and the story of a condemned woman named Cassandra who was terrified of death. The season finale of Paranormal Lockdown airs this Tuesday, February 5th on Destination America. Also, because it’s Fox’s birthday on Saturday Feb 2nd, he reads an excerpt from his novel, Destroying the Tangible Illusion of Reality or Searching for Andy Kaufman, his book about life, freedom from fear, cancer, the real America and the road-trip of three strange friends as they seek out the legendary song-and-dance man, Andy Kaufman, published by Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing. Is Death the Inevitable?
In the third grade, a teacher told Kat she would never amount to anything. Ha! She’s from the Bucks County area, and her life changed when she dropped off a friend at Pennsylvania State University. She then transferred to Penn State and joined the world-renowned Paranormal Research Society, training and working as their case manager. She co-hosted A&E’s hit docu-drama “Paranormal State” from 2007 to 2011, which chronicled the work of the PRS. Kat then became the host for Chiller’s “Real Fear: The Truth Behind the Movies,” which explores the real life terror behind some of the world’s most iconic horror films and hosted the follow-up special, “Real Fear: The Truth Behind More Movies.” Now she co-hosts the show Paranormal Lockdown which is playing its third season for Destination America. It’s a show that follows her and Nick Groff as they live in some notoriously haunted sites for 72 hours. Kat continues to pursue projects in music as a singer, and she writes about haunted kitchens and recipes in her blog, Haunted Kitchens.
PARANORMAL & PULP FICTION
On What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show, we explore the darkness, whether it’s true ghost stories, horror fiction, interviews with some strange characters or even some noir mixed in to our collections of narrated stories. Authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas welcome Fox’s old friend, Mark Slade, onto episode 108: Paranormal & Pulp Fiction. Mark has been writing for many years and is published across a wide spectrum of magazines and anthologies. He will be featured in the upcoming noir anthology, A Time For Violence, with other authors such as T. Fox Dunham, Joe R. Lansdale, Anthony Russo and many other noir and horror authors in early 2019. We play a gritty and wild excerpt from Mark’s story, Mean Business, read by voice actor, Joe Stofko. The trio discusses writing, getting published and the haunted capital of the United States, Gettysburg! Ghosts of Gettysburg historian, Mark Nesbitt, contributes two ghost stories to the show. In Surprise Re-enactment, visiting dignitaries are delighted to witness a surprise battle re-enactment in Gettysburg only to that no event was scheduled—well, by the living. And we play Mark’s story about the ghost of an old ranger who still hunts the Pennsylvania forests in the true ghost story, Last Frontiersman.
BEST HAUNTS OF 2018
Tonight’s episode features the best ghost stories and interviews done by horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas in 2018. This is a great episode for current fans to enjoy or new fans to get an idea of what this dark audio magazine is about. On this show of highlights, the Philadelphia horror hosts feature ghost stories like I Met a Ghost in Gettysburg from journalist and author, Don Allison; The Suicide House, told by paranormal investigator Tina Marie Ronan; and T. Fox Dunham’s personal tale of an encounter with a ghost bus that hunts for the lost in Philadelphia. Chris Roy pens a remarkable noir story set in the south, Marsh Madness, narrated by British folksinger, David Walton. Fox interviews horror-baker Andrew Fuller, who was on Food Network’s Halloween Baking Championship, and psychic Michael Bodine, who discusses his supernatural abilities and his encounter with real vampires. Then Fox & Phil close the show with paranormal investigator Bill Reap who shares an unusual EVP that he gathered from the grave of a famous personality in children’s television. It’s been a wonderfully spooky year at What Are You Afraid Of? And the hosts are planning some compelling and scary content for the coming season.
THE HAUNTING OF 2019
Horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas are going to haunt the hell out of 2019. It’s their first show of the New Year, and they’re sharing new stories, interviews, fiction, music and witty bitter about all things dark and macabre such as the ghost story, The Baleroy Mansion. Based on research and written by T. Fox Dunham, David Walton narrates another part of this ghost story series. This time, he tells the story of the dead boy that haunts this mansion in the Chestnut Hill area of Philadelphia. Fox interviews crime-horror author & journalist Andy Rausch, discussing a new anthology that features short stories from the best authors in noir writing today, including work from Fox and Andy. A Time for Violence comes out in winter 2019. Andy also shares his experience as a successful author and offers advice to new writers entering the industry. Phil and Fox discuss new horror books, the science of the afterlife and CLOWN NEWS! And they’re just getting warming up to room temperature for another spooky year. Get your darkness fix with new What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show. Check out our website at www.whatareyouafraidofpodcast.com
EPISODE 105: CHRISTMAS HAS A DARKSIDE
WHAT ARE YOU AFRAID OF?
HORROR & PARANORMAL SHOW
Christmas has a dark side.
During the holidays in the days before television, people gathered to share food, drink, and a glowing fire, and to entertain themselves by competing through storytelling. Ghost stories won the night. Consider this. When winter came, food ran low, the cold threatened and disease killed many, often taking your loved ones. You missed them at Christmas, so the holidays used to be a mournful time. Eerie tales were popular, and if Halloween was the start of ghost story season then it peaked at Christmas. So what a perfect time for a new episode of What Are You Afraid Of? To celebrate mid-winter, horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas celebrate tales of monsters and the supernatural. Fox has researched several Philadelphia haunted houses and has written an account of a notoriously spooky mansion in Chestnut Hill: The Baleroy Mansion. English folksinger David Walton narrates part one of these stories about the myriad spirits who inhabit this beautiful home including a ghost boy who appears to workers and a mother who refuses to stop giving advice even from the afterlife. Then, the hosts talk about the many horror movies set during Christmas including the classic story of holiday mayhem, Gremlins! Little green monsters torment a small American town, and they burn most of it down on Christmas Eve. This movie is considered a Christmas classic, watched by many. They pay homage by discussing the history and trivia of Gremlins. Remember the three rules? The hosts also play some funny holiday songs including the ballad of a frustrated neighbor forced to look at a hideous blow-up Santa. Then, Fox shares some of the rich history of the mid-winter holidays from the ancient holiday of Yule to the evolution of Christmas in the United States. So, we wish you happy holidays and remind you to indulge this dark and cold season. Christmas has a dark side—or the lights wouldn’t be so bright.
EPISODE 104: HOLIDAY HORROR & NOIR
What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show with horror authorsT. Fox Dunham and Phil Thomas.
The mid-winter season has a tradition of scary stories and legends, and we’re back to share them! Fox isn’t dead! And he’s not a zombie, we swear. After a forced break while Fox dealt with pneumonia, What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show returns with a holiday-themed episode, featuring ghost stories, silly tunes and noir fiction. Horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas catch up then discuss the dark legends and customs that evolved in Europe during the mid-winter holidays—and these are some horrible and twisted Christmas stories told to children. Don’t be naughty or else! Cannibals. Giant cats. And trolls just to name a few Yule ghouls. Fox narrates a true ghost story about the classic haunting of an old apartment building. Horror author Todd Keisling, author of The Smile Factory, shares his paranormal experiences at 146 West High Street. We play two silly holiday songs from British musician Simon Panrucker—composer for several cartoons and one of the hosts of The Past Present Future Funcast. We play his holiday carol, Leave My Nuts Alone! The show closes with a holiday noir story written by celebrated crime and horror author, Andy Rausch. Santa’s Little Helper is a sardonic tale about a burglar and a little boy who thinks he’s Santa, narrated by our amazing David Walton. Yeah. We’re terrible people! But as we learned, the mid-winter holidays have always been a time of ghost stories and dark tales, and we invite you to celebrate the creepy side of Yule with us. Or the Krampus will stick you in a sack and beat you with a stick.
Oh . . . and leave his nuts alone!
Winter is upon us. We jumped autumn and went right to blizzard! Nasty time to drive but great time to listen to some spooky stories while you’re stuck in the house with some hot apple cider. Horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas continue their quest to explore the darkness. After chatting for a bit, T. Fox Dunham shares a true ghost story about a haunted library in Easton, Pennsylvania. This library has several floors for books and a crypt for the dead. The Haunted Library was researched and written by Mark Nesbitt: Mr. Ghosts of Gettysburg himself. Then Fox shares news about a British spiritual counselor who after dating ghosts for the last twenty years has finally settled on one lucky Australian spirit to marry. How does ‘Till Death Do Us Part’ work when you’re marrying someone dead? And Fox is pleased to interview female horror author and member of the Horror Writers Association, Amy Grech! She is a burning talent full of life and energy, and she talks about her work and inspiration. British folksinger David Walton narrates her ghost story, Raven’s Revenge. In this tale, neighbors hold a séance to contact the angry ghost of a murdered tenant in their building, and a phantom raven travels from the other side to reveal the murderer—a ghost story written in the spirit of Edgar Allen Poe. Thanx Amy!
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FLUFFY & PETE
SURVIVE THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE
Zombies. Zombies. And more zombies. Oh, and a ghost story! Horror author T. Fox Dunham rises from the dead after Halloween 2018 killed him with episode 102: Fluffy and Pete Survive the Zombie Apocalypse. This is a special encore show of What Are You Afraid Of’s new zombie comedy, Fluffy & Pete, written by T. Fox Dunham & Michael Martin Garrett. Fluffy & Pete are two lovable idiots who have survived the end of the world together. Now, can they survive each other? Pete’s a simple happy-go-lucky guy who misses Halloween. Fluffy takes some time from planning his social revolution and world domination to make his friend happy. Of course, it all goes wrong . . . zombie-wrong! But in the end, they have each other. Buddies until and after the end. Listen to the first episode of their wacky adventures in the world of the living dead. British folksinger David Walton provides the voice of the supreme being living in their basement. Also, a new ghost story from Kerri Thomas: Dreams. A woman’s mother returns to her from beyond to bring a message of hope and love. Fox also interviews horror author and producer, Kristen Renee Gorlitz, creator of the The Empties—A Horror Comic Book Series about Relationships. Kristen shares her experience building a career in writing, film and television then shares why she created a dark tale of cannibal-love and revenge. Fox ends the show with an excerpt from author Kody Boye’s zombie novel, First Light. Kody has penned an intense and compelling novel. Zombies ain’t dead! They keep coming back on What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show. Autumn is the season of horror.
EPISODE 101: THE SCIENCE OF MONSTERS
SPECIAL 2 HOUR HALLOWEEN WITH SPECIAL
We’re celebrating Halloween 2018 with our favorite monsters: Frankenstein’s Creature, Vampires, Werewolves & Zombies. Living historian Dean Howarth joins horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas to talk about the history and science behind these popular monsters! We have a new true ghost story from Tim McLean about his experiments with EVPs—and we play the actual voice of the dead soldier he recorded. Story read by English folksinger David Walton. We play a favorite segment with paranormal explorer and occult scholar, Montana Jordan when she told us about the holiday of Samhain. And, we debut the first episode of our comedy-zombie series, Fluffy & Pete Survive the Zombie Apocalypse with the voice talents of T. Fox Dunham, Michael Garrett and David Walton. And some Halloween songs! Over 150,000 downloads and #12 in Buzzfeed’s Best Horror Podcasts. We wish you a happy Halloween and Merry Samhain.
ZOMBIES STRIKE BACK
Halloween can’t happen without zombies and zombie movies! So for our 100th episode of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show, the zombies rise again. After dying due to media saturation, the re-animated strike back, returning to their rightful place in horror. Authors T. Fox Dunham, member of the Horror Writers Association, and Phil Thomas, author and filmmaker, celebrate their beloved undead by interviewing an awesome guest, director and scriptwriter of the social satire horror film, “Zombies of Mass Destruction”, Kevin Hamedani. Born of Persian heritage, Kevin suffered prejudice in America after 9-11 and the Iraq War. In response, this brilliant filmmaker followed in the footsteps of legendary director George Romero, who created “Night of the Living Dead” as a commentary on the Vietnam War. He tells Fox and Phil about the process of filming, his career, inspirations and his love of horror movies. Kevin gives advice to new filmmakers and talks about the brief haunting of an old apartment. T. Fox Dunham also brings you a new true ghost story, “The Hungry Ghosts of Philadelphia.” The city moved the cemetery, dumping the bodies but the ghosts remained and hunger for cheesesteaks and coffee. And as a special event, T. Fox Dunham narrates one of his unpublished zombie stories set during World War II in the Pacific Theater: “The Return to Seagaia.” The war dead of Japan try to come home. To close the show, the punk group, The Zombie Dandies, play their song, “Zombie Mass Shootings”—a love song to all the great zombie films. You can’t keep a good zombie down—well not unless you aim for the head.
GHOST TALES FROM FORT MIFFLIN
As part of our countdown to Halloween 2018, horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas return to one of America’s oldest haunted sites, Fort Mifflin. Fox organized their annual horror reading, HORROR AT THE FORT, with members of the PA Chapter of the Horror Writers Association, Nick Cato and new author, Michael Garrett, who sat in as Fox’s co-pilot for this episode. After talking about the incredible day of readings, Fox and Michael share some popular ghost stories of the Fort. Then, they hang out with paranormal investigators from R.E. A.P. Investigations, Kris Reap & Paul Dixon, who talk about some of their ethereal encounters during the evening’s public ghost hunt, the nature of proper etiquette for paranormal investigators and the existence of demons. The spirits even follow them into the bathroom! English folksinger, David Walton, narrates two new ghost stories from the book Folklore of the New Jersey Shore by Richard J Kimmel and Karen Timper. And to get you in the mood for Halloween, they play their favorite spooky ballad from Monk Turner, “Halloween Night” and a punk song from Ed Schrader's Music Beat, “I Think I’m a Ghost.” Only three more episodes until Halloween 2018!
GHOST STORIES OF NEW JERSEY
Ghosts and monsters run wild on the island of New Jersey! As part of their countdown to Halloween 2018, horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas share a few stories from one of the most haunted states in the union, New Jersey. Karen Timper, founder of the New Jersey Ghost Organization and co-author of the beautiful book, Folklore of The New Jersey Shore (Schiffer Pub Ltd), comes on the show to share her insights and a few of her tales. David Walton narrates a story from the book about a ghost train that still rides the rails! Fox & Phil discuss new horror movies, video games, and T. Fox Dunham shares some of his recent paranormal encounters in Gettysburg and at Pennhurst Asylum. They finish the show with a short horror fiction written by Phil Thomas, The Darker Season—a story about a haunted ride at the Wildwood Boardwalk that burned down long ago. We’ve got your ghosts, New Jersey!
EPISODE 97: KING OF HALLOWEEN
COUNTING DOWN TO HALLOWEEN 2018
Horror baker Andrew Fuller is the king of Halloween! Andrew is a contestant on Food Network’s Halloween Baking Championship, season 4 and our esteemed spooky guest on Episode 97: KING OF HALLOWEEN. Horror author T. Fox Dunham and Andrew hang out during the episode, talking about his wonderful macabre baking and what it’s like to be on Halloween Baking Championship. Andrew shares his past, his motivation for baking and his great love for Halloween while sipping blood tea. The master baker shares several unique ideas for Halloween-themed baked goods our listeners can make at home. We also tell another ghost story to set the Halloween tone just right. A rebellious teen arrives late at a babysitting gig only to find her charge missing. Searching for her at a derelict home, she finds the wrong child—a dead child wearing old clothing. David Walton narrates this true ghost story, Babysitter Blues. Oh! And Andrew also hunts ghosts in his free time, when he’s not baking or on Food Network, and he and his husband have had many encounters with the other side. Andrew shares some of his ghost stories including a spooky tale about a decapitated head that appeared to him in his husband’s grandmother’s attic. And he talks about their paranormal investigation at the infamous Villisca Ax Murder House, location of the brutal murder of a family. Fox joins in with some recent ghost encounters while visiting Gettysburg with his wife this weekend and Pennhurst Asylum. Andrew is a delightful and spooky guest, and Fox adores speaking to him. Cheer Andrew on Food Network’s Halloween Baking Championship! They finish the show with a techno song about Halloween from Baltimore’s Red This Ever: I Like Halloween. So do we! We’re counting down to Halloween 2018.
THE SECRET WORLD OF PSYCHIC MICHAEL BODINE
Psychic Michael Bodine has lived a life of adventure in the world of the supernatural. Michael grew up in a haunted house, and his mother was driven to seek help after the spirit messed with some family bibles. He discovered he was psychic at a young age, sharing his ability with his siblings. Michael takes us on a journey into the world beneath the one most people see. He explains his views on how psychics should work. “It doesn’t matter who the psychic is. It is about the message.” Oh, and he tells the story of the time he met a family of real vampires deep in a secluded woods! He’s been psychic to stars like Gary Busey and Melanie Griffith, and it’s a fascinating and hilarious show. Fox and Phil love this guy! Michael Bodine on episode 96 of What Are You Afraid. Psychics. Vampires. Ghosts. Spirit guides. And Gary Busey stories--part of our countdown to Halloween 2018!
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HAVE MERCY ON OUR SOULS
New episode of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show. The start of our Countdown to Halloween 2018!
Have Mercy On Our Souls. Being sick is a horror story. On episode 95, horror author T. Fox Dunham talks about his medical horror thriller, Mercy, published by Blood Bound Books. Mercy is the written metaphor of the pain treatment and violation he suffered while battling a rare lymphoma when he was 18. Horror host Phil Thomas asks Fox several new questions to provide insight into the book. FANGORIA gives MERCY 3.5 out 4 Skulls - "Dunham has channeled his many brushes with the other side into the exquisitely rendered, lyrical supernatural hospital thriller MERCY." English folksinger David Walton reads another ghost story from Exeter, UK. In the shops built over an old prison below the streets, spirits haunt the shopkeepers and phantom faces appear, crying out with laughter in Clumsy Ghosts of Exeter. He also reads an excerpt from T. Fox Dunham’s novel, Mercy. And new clown news! Take it while you can get it. Those creepy clowns are hibernating.
COUNTDOWN TO HALLOWEEN
Summer is dying, and we can feel autumn in the air. Phil’s getting his Halloween books. Fox is starting to read ghost stories. We’re planning Halloween parties. Halloween is coming! On episode 94 of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show, horror authors T. Fox Dunham and Phil Thomas talk about their plans for Halloween. Phil is also excited for the release of the new Halloween movie, and he talks about trivia about the original films. Horror author Kenneth W. Cain returns for part of his author’s spotlight, and we share his creepy story, Lake of Souls, read by English folksinger, David Walton. Get your boo ready for Halloween!
EPISODE 93: DEAD DAYS OF SUMMER
Horror authors and paranormal journalists T. Fox Dunham and Phil Thomas share their summer adventures on this episode of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show. Besides talking about the haunted history of the Hudson Valley and Jersey Shore, they discuss some true crime events such as an attempted hit in Wildwood by the Philadelphia mob. The mafia is everywhere! New ghost story too. Queen Henrietta-Marie haunts a site in Exeter, England, traumatized by the events of the English Civil War. They feature the ghost story, A Sad Queen, narrated by British folksinger, David Walton. Then, Fox interviews horror author & captain of the Pennsylvania chapter of the Horror Writers Association, Kenneth W. Cain, who shares his insights on writing and working as a professional author in today’s industry. And Clown News is back! We’re enjoying the dying days of summer on episode 93 of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show and getting ready for Halloween.
We share some ghost stories from paranormal investigator Chris Gostkowski on episode 92 of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal show, hosted by horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas. Chris is lead investigator of the Florida-based P.R.O.O.F.: The Paranormal Research Organization of Florida. In his nearly two decades of ghost hunting, Chris has encountered everything from abnormal electrical fields to a sexually hungry Succubus. Chris shares his many ghost stories while we interviewed him at the First Paranormal Expo at the Selma Mansion. He spent the night at this historic and haunted mansion, investigating the cellar with fellow ghost hunter, Paul Dixon, and they encountered a child spirit and the ghost of a Revolutionary War general. Chris talks about his perspective on paranormal investigation and talks about his work with the charity organization, Paranormal Kicks Cancer, a group that grants wishes to sick kids.
THE STREET PSYCHIC
Gifted psychic and guardian of the street, Sloan Bella, talks with horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas on episode 91: The Street Psychic. Sloan is a popular television and radio psychic, featured on such shows as Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Montel Williams Show, Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles and many more. She’s been a consulting psychic and metaphysician to both stars and the homeless. Sloan began her journey as a teen when she ran away from home. She survived on the streets, working in strip clubs and advising forgotten souls. Using her psychic acumen and spiritual strength, Sloan pulled herself up, becoming a consultant to television stars, athletes, housewives and congressmen. On this episode, she talks about her rich history, her personal struggle and even shares some ghost stories! Model Anna Nicole Smith haunted Sloan for six months after she died, and Sloan learned personal details about her death only later revealed! Listen to Sloan Bella’s inspirational story on What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show. “Life experience and the way we continue to pattern our thoughts and beliefs force us to deal with the blocks and traumas that need to be released in order to find our potential on a soul level.” – Sloan Bella. Part of our Psychic Summer!
SCREAM OF THE BANSHEE
Get your screams and chills on episode 90 of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show with author and Bram Stoker award winner PD Cacek! Horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas record a conversation at the First Paranormal Expo from Selma Mansion in Philadelphia with PD, talking about writing, ghosts, the ghosts she encountered at the haunted site and her view of modern movies. Then, she demonstrates her gig as a banshee. SCREAMS! Paranormal writer Kerri Thomas shares a chilling story of ghost retaliation after an attempted cleansing of a haunted house, The Cleansing, read beautifully by English folksinger David Walton. Author Mark Slade from PARA-X’s midnight gallery of horror, Blood Noir, returns with his creepy tale, A Sacci for Sale. Come and get your summer scream!
EPISODE 89: SUMMER NOIR
Summer is a great time for dark stories. It’s so bright and warm and cheery. We paranormal people are hiding in the cellar with our Ouija boards, waiting for Halloween to come and bring back some spooky. We burn in the sunlight. To help you pass the time, horror authors T. Fox Dunham and Phil Thomas present to you a new ghost story recorded by paranormal investigator, Tina Ronan: Suicide House. We also return with part II of our interview with jailed crime author, Chris Roy, and David Walton narrates a segment of his noir book, Her Name is Mercie. What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show.
EPISODE 88: IMPRISONED SPIRIT
Our featured author on episode 89 of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal has served a life sentence since January 2000 for the Mississippi Department of Corrections after a fistfight in his youth became murder. We interview him over a contraband mobile phone from his prison cell. During part 1 of Christopher Roy’s interview, we learn about his past as a drug dealer, his life in prison and how he’s overcome it to become a successful crime & horror author, releasing many short stories and his novel, Her Name is Mercie. David Walton narrates Chris’ noir short story about a dysfunctional family on mother’s day, Gift Smack. And we have a ghost story for you. English folksinger David Walton narrates another ghost story from Great Britain, Horror on Hanover Road, a story of a haunted family tormented by spirits. We finish the show with a dark story from author Mark Slade, creator of Blood Noir on PARA-X Radio. Death isn't a person or the iconic Grim Reaper: it is agencies bidding on souls that have passed on. Check out the website at www.whatareyouafraidofpodcast.com and follow us on twitter at @pfwhatafraidof.
EPISODE 87: HAUNTED CALLER
A few months ago, the show website got a message from a man living in Little Rock, Arkansas. Ever since moving into his house, he has experienced supernatural phenomenon. His cat talks to air. He hears footsteps in the hall. And a spirit speaks over his amp. Musician David Brahler joins us on episode 87 to tell us the story of his ghosts, also sharing his insight into the world of the paranormal. We also play one of his guitar pieces, “Thoughts Unspoken,” played and sung by David Brahler. David Walton returns with a new ghost story from Exeter, England. David narrates the tale of an old cathedral now used as a city office where the staff see phantoms wandering the halls and smell the sweet scent of rosewater. Join us for David and David and horror authors T. Fox Dunham and Phil Thomas bringing you new ghost stories for your spooky summer.
EPISODE 86: FEAR THE REAPER
New episode 86 of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show is now available. Press the link below for direct download of the episode. FEAR THE REAPER!
Horror hosts T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas got down to our favorite little shop, Comic Zen and hung out with some wrestlers: THE GREEN ANT! We talk about death and collecting evidence in paranormal investigations. Author April Grey talks to Fox about her writing, publishing and the Summer Dark Reading Series at the Oasis Garden in Hell’s Kitchen NYC, created by the New York Chapter of the Horror Writers Association. T. Fox Dunham is reading there on June 15th along with TJ Glenn and Carol Gyzander. Then, Bill Reap, founder and lead investigator of R.E.A.P Investigations, a paranormal investigation group in eastern PA, returns for part two of his compelling interview. He shares his views on the afterlife, his work helping haunted families and several ghost encounters. We play an EVP of the voice of a rebel soldier from the Confederate cemetery in Gettysburg. And, he is the only paranormal investigator we know who has captured the voice of the deceased celebrity of children’s television, Mister Rogers! Recorded at his grave. Paranormal Lockdown’s Katrina Weidman is back with her band, Away From 30. We play their song, “Throwaway” from their new album, The Forgotten. It’s quite a show! Follow us at @pfwhatafraidof.