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Tonite we venture all the way back to the Penny Dreadful book days for the story of Varney the Vampire, who was the first vampire portrayed in written format, before Dracula became so popular. Get set for the history lesson , and don't... more

It's that time again, my chiller thrillers! Cinema Wasteland horror and monster movie convention, and this time, it is a 30-year reunion for the cast and crew of the movie "Day Of the Dead". Miss X may also make an appearance at the... more

"Not if you were the last man on earth!" I thought it had been awhile since we had a good old-fashioned horror movie, on , don't you? This week's episode of Night Owls radio is all about Miss X's dating experiences!!! It is Roger Corman's... more

Things get really strange tonite , my night owls, as we explore the theory of the Homuncullus, or small man, in psychology, literature, and folklore. The concept of a fully formed human already existing within humans from conception.... more

We fly through the air , up through the Aurora , like in "The Snowman", tonite. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aurora The Aurora is bursts of natural, multi-colored light from the sun's Solar Winds colliding with our planet earth. They occur... more

Call in tonite at 646-595-2579 for your Mr. Spock Star Trek memories, as we say rest in peace to Leonard Nimoy . Miss X's earliest tv memories include adults standing around watchin and talking about Spock on a star trek rerun. I was no... more

Real Zombies are not at all like what has been portrayed in movies and popular media culture for the last 46 years. The history of the term 'Zombie', and their origins and behavior, are shown to you tonight on Night Owls Radio.

Night Owls radio is celebrating the end of the longest month of the year, January! YAY!!! Doesn't New year's eve seem like 200 years ago?? Shake off the snow and listen to info on The Phantom Series from the 1940's and maybe.. .a... more

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
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