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https://archive.org/details/Grave_of_the_Vampire_movie From 1974, a treat for you chiller thrillers: Some really weird looking thing that Miss X found in the land of gone films, this one includes a vampire baby that drinks blood, not milk.... more

"Children of the Stones" was a very scary British tv show that aired in the 1970's. It told the tale of a town with ancient rock formations that created and existed within a type of time warp. We explore this topic tonite.

Miss X begins her 7th year on blogtalkradio as the paranormal princess, so you KNOW you will want to listen live at 11:30 pm Eastern as the Mysterious Miss X herself tells you what paranormal weirdies we will be covering in 2015, as we... more

Miss X's telling of the classic Dicken's tale of a man's visit from 3 ghosts on Christmas Eve has been presented since 2008. Enjoy, and Happy Holidays! http://AChristmascarol.com

Miss X crawls out of the marble crypt to present to you a story you may have recently seen on a cable television channel.. just what is the huge wormlike creature felt in the deserts of Mongolia? It is said to give off electricity which... more

Another horror film , the title of which Miss X could not resist, continues your Hallow's Eve season. Tune in to hear more classic horror schlock with your indefatigable hostess, the mysterious Miss X. Call 646-595-2579 to contribute to... more

In 2008, I was the first woman from my area to create a show that combined late night horror hosting with supernatural guests and topics. We celebrate 6 years on air with annual listener's choice night. You choose the topic or film,... more

The mysterious Miss X brings you her annual All Hallow's Eve radio telling of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. http://missxradio.webs.com This is a dream come true Halloween night show, as Miss X still recalls the 1978 , after trick or treating,... more

The Giant Starfish are coming!!!!! We get you ready for All Hallow's Eve Season with this 1956 feature from Japan.. well, we try, anyway. Starfish with super-loud, piercing noises come to give earth-dwellers a message. Grab your popcorn, sit... more
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