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Topics of the surreal, strange, sci-fi and supernatural. Past guests include Marty "Superhost" Sullivan, Count Gore, Dale Kay, Bigfoot researchers, Tina Brandon, Babes for Bigfoot , the filmmaker/director of 'Sabbath', and many more.

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It's July 4th weekend, and Miss X is giving you the best of the old and low-budget in monster movies to watch this summer .. we are talkin' horror monster stuff galore! Films that just EXUDE summer, so tune in to hear the list!

Miss X is completely and totally broke in the old wooden shack, so she has decided to binge-watch monster movies this weekend, starting with tonight's show. We kick it off with a sci-fi film from 1972- "The Doomsday Machine", and a... more

We are coming upon the summer solstice, the only time of year in which every part of Earth will receive 12 hours of darkness and 12 hours of light. More oddities we share on this planet. Miss X often thinks of Teddy Roosevelt whilst... more

Many of you chiller thrillers may be familiar with the film Dead People, made in the 1970's. It apparently is known for some groundbreaking scenes in the field of vampirism and horror films. We briefly tell you of it tonight. Listen in for some... more

With updates on the incredible sighting in Montana, embark with Miss X on the Ghost Train, a surprisingly-old movie from 1941, with a very creepy train track scene! A bunch of passengers are stranded at an old train depot that is said to... more

Long promised, long anticipated, tonight Night Owls Radio focuses on the elusive and rare sightings of the White Sasquatch. Miss X in Montana.

Miss X recently auditioned on Broadway in NYC for a Broadway show! She will also be broadcasting her summer shows from her new temporary digs in Montana, so hear all about the Broadway experience, Wicked, and your latest... more

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
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