EPISODE 79: THE FEY
For their 79th episode, horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas celebrate the ghost and fairy stories of Ireland for Irish Heritage Day in America (also known as St. Patrick’s Day.) Paranormal author & ghosthunter Cat Gasch, author of My Life Amidst the Paranormal, returns to share her supernatural experiences that happened during her visits Ireland. The island is rife with ruins, stone circles, old graveyards, and populated by ghosts and fairies, who both came out to greet Cat on her visit. British folksinger David Walton narrates two of Cat’s stories from Ireland. Cat shares two tales. Helping Hands is the story of a ghost who saved her when she nearly fell down the steps of an old ruin, and Fairy Feline is the story of her encounter with a fey spirit-cat that followed her around an Irish village. They trio also discuss Irish folklore, fey legends, horror movies and Celtic music. They feature a Gaelic band Fox discovered while in Gettysburg last September to record with Mark Nesbitt. Cormorants Fancy plays the mournful ghost song, The Sad Courting. Enjoy St. Patrick’s Day with some new ghost stories and music from Ireland.
Episode 78: Tales For A Winter Fire
T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas, hosts of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show, have been snowed in by two Nor’easters that buried Philadelphia. To keep themselves occupied, they share a couple of stories on episode 78, Tales For a Winter Fire. David Walton narrates a creepy and wonderful ghost story sent to us from Wales called The Ghosts of Gladstone Manor. Over a decade, a gentleman witnesses a series of paranormal events that left him disturbed. T. Fox Dunham interviews local indie band talent at a Philadelphia event called Metal. The first band he interviewed is the heavy metal band Surgeon. They discuss local music, their creative process and give advice to new bands starting out. Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing contributes a crime story, Chulie and Tommy Fat from author, Rob Pierce, and we finish with a stirring song from protest singer David Rovics, Ghosts that Walk this Earth. What would it be like to exist on the other side and never be able to talk to anyone again, just watching the world go by? Oh and new Clown News!
DON ALLISON: GHOST JOURNALIST & SKEPTIC
On episode 77 of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show, paranormal journalist and ghost hunter Don Allison returns with more stories about his haunted house and his supernatural experiences in the ghost capital of the world, Gettysburg. Don tells us what it’s like to be sensitive to the spirit world, but he’s also a skeptic, a psychic scientist trying to explain these paranormal happenings. He shares two more passages from his book, I Met a Ghost in Gettysburg, read by British folksinger, David Walton. And yes, a ghost really did snap his underwear and played mandolin on request.