EPISODE 53: PHILLY GHOST STORIES
On episode 53, the hosts return with part two of their Philly Ghost Stories trilogy. Author of Haunted Philadelphia, Darcy Oordt. co-hosts to tell us about her work and research in paranormal Philadelphia. British folksinger David Walton reads Darcy's collected ghost story, Inn Philadelphia. T. Fox Dunham talks with horror author and chair of the membership committee of the Horror Writers Association, James Chambers, one of the authors reading at the Sept 16th event at Fort Mifflin. They discuss his new writing projects and how the writing industry has changed. Wormholes and spider colonies on episode 53.
PHILLY GHOST STORIES
We're Philadelphia's home of horror, and on this hometown episode, ghost historian & author of Haunted Philadelphia, Darcy Oordt, co-hosts with horror authors T. Fox Dunham and Phil Thomas to talk about paranormal Philly. Darcy joins us for the next three episodes, part of a paranormal Philadelphia trilogy, leading up to Horror at the Fort, our ghost day at Fort Mifflin on Sept 16. British folksinger David Walton narrates a tale from Haunted Philadelphia about the ghosts at The Hill-Physick Keith House on 321 South Fourth Street, and Darcy shares her stories about the cheeky ghost of Ben Franklin, how she researches ghost folklore and her life as a paranormal author and psychic. Folk performer Jerry Griffin, known as Thunderfoot Lorefield, sings a creepy song called As Real as they Seem, and the hosts play part four of T. Fox Dunham's horror story about an evil German scientist from WWII, a concerto that drains life to heal and a pianist whose son is dying of cancer, Die Musik Des Teufels (Music of the Devil) from Grey Matter Press' horror anthology, Savage Beasts. The show finishes with another Philadelphia ghost story from Darcy, Ghosts at Chestnut Hill College. She's back next episode! We are one of the oldest cities in America, and ghosts swarm our colonial buildings and lost cemeteries, trapped in haunted Philadelphia. www.whatareyouafraidofpodcast.com. Follow us on twitter at @pfwhatafraidof.
Haunted Hudson Valley
Hosts and horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas were live again for First Friday in Lansdale PA at Comic Zen. Fox recently returned from a trip into the Hudson Valley where he visited several historic sites including the Catskills and West Point. While traveling, he collected several ghost stories, and the hosts play two for you tonight: the story of a haunted room at West Point and the sad tale of a murderer in colonial America who is punished by ghosts. Gaylen Chauncey, monster hunter, returns with EVPS and logs recorded at Waverly Hills Sanatorium, and it was British folksinger David Walton's birthday! We play a folksong he recorded called The Cruel Carpenter. Fox talks about his evening seeing Twelfth Night at the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival and his visit to Sleepy Hollow. It's a live and wild show. Follow us at @pfwhatafraidof or check at the website at www.whatareyouafraidofpodcast.com.