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Best Horrornovels podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Horrornovels podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Alex interviews acclaimed Scottish thriller author Douglas Skelton, a crime writer steeped in the real stories of Scotland, where he once worked for the law and as a newspaper editor. That gritty experience of life's underside is distilled in his work. In this discussion, Alex asks Skelton about his origins as a true crime writer, what inspired him…
 
Longtime friend of the show Mike Zuffa from Racine returns to talk Trek. This time, the guys cuss and discuss the Next Generation feature films, aka The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly. Catch Mike's previous appearances here and here. Want to watch Picard free? Click here. Follow Mike on Twitter @Zoofster. Show notes and more at MGOPod.com. Check out A…
 
Just click your heels together, my dear, and say 'there's not podcast like this' three times, and you'll find your way home. In the first of our 'Christmas gift exchange' episodes, Corey reviews girl power witch epic 'Practical Magic', while Maddy explores the demented psyche of an evil ancient coven in 'Lords of Salem'.…
 
It isn't easy house-training a house-pet; especially when you know they're smarter than you. In this episode we tackle the challenges of caring for monkeys and dogs, whilst simultaneously dodging evil government projects and Michael Ironsides. With a quick chat about November's 'Horror Pack', we also explore the enigma of 'Monkey Shines' and 'Watch…
 
A cup of coffee, a pack of stale cigarettes, and a run-down diner. That's all you need when you're hanging out with Corey and Maddy tonight as they discuss some of Jim Jaramusch's latest classics, including 'Only Lovers Left Alive' and 'The Dead Don't Die'. Maybe when it's all over Tom Waits will finally know the answer to the question--what's he b…
 
Kids. Can't live with them. Can't--I don't know, perform some weird satanic ritual without getting an HOA complaint these days. Thank god for babysitters, right? The good. The bad. It doesn't really matter as long as you have one this Saturday night. Join Maddy and Corey this week as we discuss the creepy tension and loving 80s send-up of 'The Hous…
 
They say that breaking up is hard to do. Who says it? I don't know, people in the 60s, Neil Sadaka, The Carpenters. The point is, this episode is all about the inevitable heartbreak and murder that happens every time a relationship ends. We discuss the pitfalls of allowing Glenn Close to be sexy in 'Fatal Attraction' and the unfortunate love of a g…
 
We wrap-up our interview with Alex Greenwood about the origins of the John Pilate Mysteries. Today, guest interviewer Brian Hutton probes about Greenwood's actual involvement and brushes with a modern-day tragedy at the small college that eerily parallels the events that inspired the John Pilate Mysteries. Greenwood recounts how his relationship wi…
 
This week we're bringing you three metal horror movies and featuring a special guest, James from the Popcultnet podcast! Will Corey and Maddy finally escape the clutches of Coyote Guy Jake? No! But they will talk about 'Zombie Nightmare', 'Rocktober Blood' and 'Slaughterhouse Rock'! It's a week of zombies, slashers, and ghosts with sweet dance move…
 
The John Pilate Mysteries now spans a decade with seven books, including the latest title, Pilate's Shadow. However, many readers are unaware the series is based on a tragic true story of murder in a small Midwestern town. Today, the tables are turned on MGO host and John Pilate creator Alex Greenwood, as guest host (and former guest!) Brian Hutton…
 
The perils of publishing, the rites of radio, and the weirdness of working with words are just a few of the subjects we cover when we welcome author, radio pro, podcaster, and paranormal fan Mark Groves to the show. Mark and Alex discuss their love of Halloween, real haunted houses, writing, and Mark's real-life haunt investigations. Mark also chat…
 
Corey and Maddy are trapped in a demented radio DJ's lair/studio, and they want you to know just how epic this Rocktober month is going to be. Starting now and ending at '???', but probably right around Halloween, it's all rock horror all month. This episode features the dubious sweaty rock nightmare 'Rock n Roll Nightmare' featuring John Mikl Thor…
 
What's that behind you? Is it the title of the new John Pilate Mystery? Click here to see the new cover. Have you been to our new homepage yet? Click here! Check out our ALEXA skill here. Pssst! You need your very own MGO t-shirt or mug... PLEASE endorse Mysterious Goings On on Whatpod! Be sure to visit J. Alexander Greenwood at PilatesCross.com or…
 
Whether you're defending a crystal that embodies all things good from Dracula, the Wolfman, Gillman, and the Mummy, making friends with Frankenstein's monster, or fighting miniature versions of all of them while a mad scientist tears a hole through reality - the Hallow-Holics are here to coach you through it. This week we discuss the 80s kids horro…
 
Now hear me out. I know you've got a grudge spirit living in your bathroom, and yes maybe I'll admit it's super annoying to have hair pouring out of the spouts every time you try to wash dishes in your kitchen or turn the sprinklers on. Maybe this episode will help distract you in which we discuss the wonders of Maddy's trip to Japan, the epic clas…
 
When it comes to restaurants, Brian Hutton is something of an invisible man, and he likes it that way. As a food service product designer, Hutton helps create many of the kitchen tools and plating options that enhance your dining experience--and in a way, he hopes you don't even notice. Join us as Hutton talks about his creative process, how life i…
 
This week, Alex talks with photographer Duane Hallock, who views photography as an opportunity to capture the beauty hidden in plain sight. Duane's captivating photos are a favorite of people in Kansas City and beyond, and his story of overcoming adversity to see things previously unseen will surprise and delight you. Follow Duane on Instagram:http…
 
Edited audio from Alex's recent Facebook Live session, where he announced the John Pilate Mysteries 10th Anniversary edition. *** Have you been to our new MGO homepage yet? Click here! *** Pssst! You need your very own MGO t-shirt or mug... PLEASE endorse Mysterious Goings On on Whatpod! Be sure to visit J. Alexander Greenwood at PilatesCross.com o…
 
Here's the latest Alexa Flash Briefing in case you don't have Alexa. We are gearing up to do a 5-day-a-week flash briefing (up to 2 minutes of free, exclusive content) on Alexa every week....so sign up if you have an Alexa device snooping on you at home! Click here to get the Alexa Mysterious Goings On skill for your Alexa app! *** Have you been to…
 
Award-winning actor, director and community theatre leader Scott Bartley joins Alex to discuss his career and the ways he constantly challenges himself to improve his craft and offer audiences something new. Scott shares tales of his time as an actor in L.A., his take on what people don't understand about community theatre, and why after more than …
 
Just a quick flash briefing about flash briefings, as well as an update about the People's Choice Podcast Awards. Click here to get the Alexa Mysterious Goings On skill for your Alexa app! *** Pssst! You need your very own MGO t-shirt or mug... PLEASE endorse Mysterious Goings On on Whatpod! Be sure to visit J. Alexander Greenwood at PilatesCross.c…
 
Alex is joined by noted writer, chef, and occasional critic Pete Dulin. They discuss Pete's intriguing marrying of his love of food into his writing, and his years of coverage of the Kansas City craft brewing, distilling, and wine scene. Pete even admits to a guilty pleasure or two when he's hungry while on the move. Don't miss it! More About Pete:…
 
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