Spooky Podcast Specials: A Halloween Treat from our Network
October is the month for Halloween celebrations and our network has delivered! Special episodes range from topics like the Hashslinging Slasher to Lady Undertakers and more! Browse and enjoy our spooky collection curated just for you.
Did you know the last greeting card you received may have been written by actress Jennifer Love Hewitt? In this Halloween-themed episode of The Paper Fold titled "Holiday Junkie: Jennifer Love Hewitt x 2021 Co.", Jennifer discusses her lifelong love for crafting heartfelt messages and her passion for celebrating holidays. As a child, Jennifer's mother would write special notes in greeting cards to her and her siblings, inspiring Jennifer to pursue a career as a card writer. In collaboration with 2021 Co., a stationery company, Jennifer describes her joy of celebrating holidays and the creation of "falloween" with host Sarah Schwartz. Have you sent out your Halloween cards yet? Listen in on this candid conversation and fall into the magic of the holidays!
Join host Frank Lovallo as he takes you on a journey through the world of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson in Arthur Conan Doyle's famous detective novel, "The Hound of the Baskervilles". In this episode of Novel Conversations, readers Katie Portile and Gregory James discuss the intricate characters and their roles in the story. If you're a fan of the iconic detective or just love a good mystery, you won't want to miss this episode. Listen in now and let the adventure begin!
Spencer Charnas, the vocalist of Ice Nine Kills, recently made a triumphant return to the show to discuss the creative process behind the 2021 single "Hip To Be Scared." This spine-tingling track was inspired by the iconic book and film American Psycho, and the song is filled with unexpected twists and turns, all held together by a massive singalong chorus. This can't-miss episode of Chris DeMakes a Podcast releases just in time for Halloween and promises to be a wicked good time. Keep an eye out for this episode dropping Sunday, October 30th.
If you loved this spooky playback, be sure to check out the rest of the Chris DeMakes a Podcast playlist with episodes like Joe Jack Talcum discussing The Dead Milkmen's "Punk Rock Girl," Efrem Schulz discussing Death by Stereo's "Forever and a Day," and Mummy Cass discussing Here Come the Mummies' "Pants."
“The Sash-Ringing, Flash-Singing, Bash-Pinging, Hash-Slinging Slasher!”
Chances are, if you enjoyed Nickelodeon, Disney Channel, or Cartoon Network growing up, you could recall the heart-racing scene with Squidward singing out those words… Hosts Hannah and Audrey certainly do! In the Sleepover Cinema Halloween TV Specials Episode, they examine the characteristics of cartoon shows like SpongeBob Squarepants. They also discuss episodes like "The Demon in the Mattress" and "Freaky Fred" of Courage the Cowardly Dog that made viewers slightly unnerved. This candid and real conversation is perfect for anyone who loves Halloween and classic cartoons. Tune in now and enjoy!
In this episode of Brutally Delicious, Dark Macek provides a detailed review of Ancestral Curse's new album "Dreams of Endless Darkness". He starts by introducing the band's founder, Mike Tingitella, and their previous musical endeavors. Macek then dives into a track-by-track analysis, discussing the ambiance, use of keyboards, and cinematic quality of the songs. Macek sings their praises on drum patterns, the vocals of Trevor Stronad, and clever songwriting. He concludes by highlighting the standout tracks and their unique qualities.
And don’t miss out on a chance to win big! The annual Brutally Delicious Costume Contest is back and better than ever. If you have an amazing costume, submit your pictures here for a chance to win music and swag from Oryad, Screaming Mad Dee, and KLANK. Keith Fay of Cruachan will select the lucky winners and announce them on October 31st. Good luck!
In this Who Killed…? episode, host Bill Huffman welcomes Aimee Baker from She Goes By Jane, and the pair review the perplexing case of Mary Shotwell Little, a bank secretary who vanished in Atlanta in 1965. Mary’s case became the largest manhunt in Atlanta's history, and her file with the FBI was even larger than that of Bobby Kennedy's assassination. Bill and Aimee discuss the importance of giving a voice to the voiceless and the power of podcasting in sharing these stories.
Historically, caring for the dead was considered a task for women. However, after the Civil War, embalming became popular and provided new financial opportunities for men to set up as undertakers. This pushed women out of their traditional role. In the Halloween episode of Crime Capsule, host Benjamin Morris interviews Kathy Benjamin about her latest book, "Lady Undertakers of Old Texas" They discuss the role of women as undertakers, the importance of planning one's own funeral, and how the funeral ceremony should reflect the individual's personality and wishes.
Looking for something that will keep you on the edge of your seat? Check out Killer Podcasts! With award-winning shows like Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Color, Conning the Con, and Blind Rage, you’ll find hours of entertainment. If you're a fan of mysteries and unexplained events, then our Killer Podcasts network is the perfect library for your Halloween season!
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