Recent Chilling Tales

Examining THOUGHTFORM Movie and Bizarre Death of Olivia Mabel on After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio Filmmakers from Elftree Media talk real-life mystery

On tonight’s mysterious and disturbing episode of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio, 9-11pE, with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen, we will be examining the bizarre real-life death of Olivia Mabel, whose story is being turned into the short horror film Thoughtform by Elftree Media. In the 9pE hour, Joel and Eric will review the week’s paranormal and peculiar news, then at 10pE we will be joined by Thoughtform filmmakers Ian McNeny (producer, editor), Joe Moralez (producer, sound), and Martyn Eaden (writer, director).

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Weird Valentine’s Day – Goat’s Blood, Poetry, Martyred Saints, and a Box of Chocolate Birds do it, bees do it, even educated fleas do it

Like many major Western holidays — Christmas, Easter, Halloween — Valentine’s Day has pre-Christian pagan roots, specifically in the ancient Roman celebration of Lupercalia, which was observed February 13-15 for over 1,000 years before being abolished at the end of the 5th century. Lupercalia was an odd blend of spring purification ritual, fertility rite, and tribute to Lupa, the she-wolf who suckled the infant orphans Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome.

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Interview with EMILY DICKINSON: PARANORMAL INVESTIGATOR Playwright Todd Brian Backus Emily Dickinson, teamed with Edgar Allan Poe, is last line of defense between the everyday and world of magic, ghosts, vampires

Emily Dickinson: Paranormal Investigator, the new play by Todd Brian Backus, is having its world premiere this month as part of the 2016 FRIGID New York Festival. A founder and Artistic Producer of the PowerOut theater company and a stage director, illustrator, and photographer, Backus was kind enough to answer some of our questions about the show’s “spooky scary literary” premise.

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Talking Modern Witchcraft with “Lady Owl,” Laura Jones on After Hours Am/America’s Most Haunted Radio Paganism, Wicca, Tarot, Asatru - we've got it all!

Twenty-five years ago, after feeling left dry by mainstream paths of faith, Laura Jones came upon the path of Paganism through Wicca and has never looked back. Wicca and Paganism are life-affirming paths that are greatly misunderstood. Wanting to right these misunderstandings, she educated herself in comparative religious studies at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire and became the High Priestess of two covens of Wicca, and an Ordained Pagan Minister.

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Florida Sheriff Department Joins Hunt for Towering Bigfoot Tampa Bay area subject to sightings of every stripe

In that area of the country, large, hairy, bi-pedal primates are generally called “Skunk Apes,” and not without olfactory cause. Maybe it’s the heat and humidity. In this particular instance, the sheriffs “do not believe that Bigfoot is a danger to the community but the owner of Bigfoot genuinely would like it back home.”

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Clinton Road – America’s Most Haunted Roadway Eerie northern New Jersey byway is haunted by ghostly creatures, phantom headlights, and rumors of Satanic worship in abandoned mansions

At midnight throw a coin over the bridge on Clinton Road, just past Dead Man’s Curve. Listen to it splash into Clinton Brook below. Then, slowly, quietly, take a few steps back. Legend has it that the ghost of a young boy who drowned while swimming in the waters will toss the coin back to you. Or worse. He may grab you by the legs and drag you down to the depths of his watery grave.

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Moon Landing Conspiracy Theory Killed Again This time by math

The Moon landing conspiracy theory has been killed again – this time by math. But it won’t stay dead this time either. A 2013 poll indicated 7% of Americans still believed the Moon landings had been faked. Conspiracy theorists are so paranoid about not having the wool pulled over their eyes that they pull the wool over their own eyes, and seem to take perverse, defiant pleasure in doing so. “Ha ha face, I have cut off my own nose to spite you!”

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The Bride of Frankenstein and Her Many Moods The Bride has become a female archetype throughout popular culture

The Bride of Frankenstein is literally a blank slate, albeit one that is fully grown and sexually mature. She is an Eve-like archetypal female figure who has been taken in every imaginable direction by artists and wags. She seems particularly amenable to femme fatale imagery, driving men insane with feminine wiles that she didn’t ask for, doesn’t necessarily understand, but is willing to use in a world where women need every advantage they can muster.

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