Wrapping up Halloween month with the OFFICIAL Halloween episode, we Mythbust urban legends about poisonous and dangerous Halloween treats. Turns out there's little to be afraid of when it comes to Halloween candy, aside of course from the diabetes and obesity. We also jump on the Ebola Train, adding our own spin to the media hype and fear mongering. To round out the show, we have our last group of scary-themed web droppings this month, with stories involving cannibalism: Pakistan Edition, a historian that takes grave robbing too far, a head master that resides over his old class in Romania as a skeleton, a Satanist in Oklahoma who takes his rage out on the 10 commandments, clowns that get naughty with dildos at a haunted house, a man who is granted a finance-free divorce because his wife is a genie, and Scott gracefully explains what munging is. Happy Halloween everybody!
Vampire graveyards take center stage to start the show this week, morphing somehow into a film about bricks and dicks. It's the journey that matters though, so join us on our tangential path! Along the way you'll also learn about the scariest haunted houses in the world, a vanishing cabin, zombie Santa Claus, a wannabe Lizzie Borden, and the burrowing spider. Ooooohh (read as a ghost sound).
To keep the spirit of Halloween going we put together a special dramatic reading of the first (of many?) Lost At Home Podcast fan fiction piece. Listen as Freddy Krueger of Nightmare on Elm Street fame battles Pennywise from Stephen King's It for possession of tweens in Derry, Maine. Listen further as things heat up between the two monstrous icons and...well...just listen.....
It's Halloween Month, so we'll be looking to serve up as many stories and web droppings with sinister themes that we can find. On the menu this week: Walking Dead human flesh burgers, new ways to make Instagram creepy, fart metal, zombie Ebola patients, a horror frog that breaks its own bones to generate claws, street corner child exorcisms, and Satan lives in your anus.