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“Talk to Leo” & Haunted NY on What Are You Afraid Of?

27 Mar “Talk to Leo” & Haunted NY on What Are You Afraid Of?

T. Fox Dunham and Phil Thomas invited me back to What Are You Afraid Of? episode 40 to share a short story and kick off a semi-regular series of reports on “Haunted New York.” (Bonus: Linda Jones recorded my story, “Talk to Leo”). Here’s how they describe the episode:

NEW EPISODE 40: KILLER BUNNY
To celebrate Ostara, on Episode 40 of What Are You Afraid? Horror & Paranormal Show, the hosts talk about the killer bunny! This evil Easter bunny steals your candy and eats your spleen. We didn’t believe in Peter Rotten-tail before the end of this episode. Horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas celebrate the coming of spring with dark stories and songs. After the author’s usual banter, British folksinger David Walton narrates and sings a story from his home country in England—Devon in the south—about a vengeful ghost much like the banshee who takes out her broken heart on young couples. He finishes this story with a gorgeous melody he composed to celebrate this traditional British horror folktale. Phil updates the fans on his cinematic progress with a new short film called Doppelganger. Clown News returns with reports of a verified terrorist clown sighting in Pittsburgh and news of the good clowns who gather at a London church to pray and celebrate their gift of making children happy. Fox & Phil also discuss dark internet legends including the Marianas Trench deep-web and an elusive group of elites called The Cicada 3031 whose intentions are unknown—perhaps world domination if you can figure out their riddles. John C. Foster, author of Grey Matter Press’ Mister White, returns with part one of his dark short story about psychiatrists and marionettes, Talk to Leo part one, narrated by voice actress, Linda Jones. Then we enjoy a hard rock number from a Boston band called Pipe Organ with their song A Dark Blue Arc. John Foster returns with his first investigation of New York City’s paranormal history with¬ Hart Island—ghosts of American civil war prisoners still haunt there. Phil & Fox close the show with an encounter with the EVIL BUNNY—the animal which leaves a terrible mess on the carpet. Come see if they make it out alive! Click HERE to link to the ‘cast.

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