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The Headbangers began their journey into pro wrestling at the world famous Monster Factory. Thrasher was also a trainer. They are now in their 40s and can still bring it and in the best shape of their lives! The journey they have taken is second to none. Still friends and as recently as last year were in Ring of Honor! They reveal how they think they wound up dressed as nuns, training the Big Show and how Jim Cornette helped them out! And how it was to win the WWE Tag Team Ttiles! On June 21st, 2014 the Headbangers returned home to the Monster Factory in Paulsboro, New Jersey! Where their journey all began! We hope you enjoy the stories and good times had!
Join us Sunday evening for the return of Monster X Radio! After over 4 months of dead air we will be returning to the airwaves. The show will feature a new line-up of Co-hosts and somewhat of a new format.
This week we will be discussing what is wrong with today's Bigfoot research, as well as things that seem to be going right in the research field. We will delve into other topics as time permits. The phone lines will be open about a half hour into the show so feel free to call in and talk with us! There will be a chat-room as well so you can interact and ask questions in there.
Monster X Radio is proud to announce that Sasquatch Coffee is now our official sponsor!
During the show we will be giving away free Sasquatch Coffee to one lucky winner! So just be in the chat-room for a chance to win.
Show airs Sunday July 6 at 7PM E 6/C 5/M 4/P
Call in to listen live or to speak with the hosts. Press 1 to talk.
Even if you’ve never heard of culinary concoctions like kuli-kuli, sosaties and Mbatata cookies, don’t fret, says chef Yeti Ezeanii, they’re for citizens of every nation to enjoy. “When my friends come to visit me, I know which dishes they like. So when I’m doin’ a show, I first invite them to try the featured recipes,” the AfroFoodTV host tells Southern Passion Lounge’s Chef Amadeus. “And a lot of my friends are foreigners, they’re not Africans. So they try food they’re not used to and they really love it. So I like to invite them on to show everyone that African Food is not exclusive just to Africans. It is world food that anyone can enjoy!”
Tonight, Steve and Alex discuss the broadcasted documentery on the Russian Yeti and it's possible involvement in the slayers of college students in 1959 with the area known as the Dyatlov Pass. Plus, the possiblility of real vampires roaming the streets of Toronto? Our lines will be open throughout the full 2 hours of the show to take your calls, your experiences, stories and more!!
Back in 2009 I was a sergeant over the K9 unit which consisted of five handler/dog. (location removed) is about five hours away from (location removed) and the two guys were allowed to drive home on Friday nights to spend time with their families on the weekends. They each were issued a Chevrolet Tahoe to patrol and carry each of their dogs. When they are away from (location removed), their radios don't hit the radio tower, but they can still speak to each other car to car, so long they are in close proximity to each other. One Friday night during the six week school they were driving home when the lead officer said something large and black ran towards the side of his Tahoe from the shoulder/ditch area and he thought it was gonna strike the side of the Tahoe but it suddenly cut sharply and started pacing his unit for a short distance as it ran along side him. He said it was on all fours but was no cow or horse, but was as large as one. He soon outran it, and called on the radio to the officer that was following closely behind him and asked him "what was that?!" the trailing officer replied "I don't know!" and although it was strange they didn't get a good look at it and both laughed it off. They only know for sure that it wasn't a horse or a bull. I asked them how fast they were going and the lead officer said "we were hauling ass trying to get home, 80-85 mph, it was late at night already!" this happened on a deserted stretch of highway between (location removed) and (location removed), lots of deer. Neither officer works for us anymore, but the lead officer is my best friend now and is a sergeant at a nearby agency, the other officer is now a narcotics agent for another nearby agency.
Join Elusive1 & Henry May as they welcome Jeff Headlee to the show. Jeff is the AIMS Co-Founder and Team Researcher
Jeff is one of three founding members of AIMS and resident researcher and technology expert. Well-versed in mountain folklore as well as textbook history, Jeff lines up witnesses for the team’s investigations and runs the thermal camera during the night hunts.
A listener wrote the show say "it was getting dark and grandma was cleaning up dinner and she called us to stop playing and come in close to the camper-trailer. Grandpa came running around the truck and he was screaming and yelling for us to get in side. Grandpa was moving fast, I have never seen him move like that before. He ran into the camper came out with his shotgun, and he jumped out of the camper, cocked his gun, screamed to my Grandma to get us in the camper, and lock the door. I do believe Grandma saw what Grandpa was yelling about. She garbed us and threw us in the camper then put us in the back of the camper on the top bunk and covered us up with a blanket. well that is where the screaming came in because what ever it was it grabbed our camper right where me and my sister were and it was screaming and we were screaming. It was only inches from us but above us and we could hear it screaming in our chest, we stayed under the blanket. It started to push us over or push us into the lake. The camper started to move forward as it was rocking back and forth and it was grandpa driving us out of there and saving us. I do believe it was trying to hold on the the camper as we pulled away. Grandpa was driving quite fast to get out of the area. It took for ever to get out of there it was a long dirt road. When we got to the small store He got out called for help and Grandpa told the men that were there what had happened to us and he showed them the camper and the two hand prints where it was hanging on to us as we pulled away. we left everything there grandma did not want to go back and get our stuff we just went home.
Tynicka Battle and Liz Nickles discuss how crucial colors can be in branding
On May 31, 2014, SLENDERMAN went from fictional Internet meme to household word when two 12 year-old Wisconsin girls lured a friend into the woods and stabbed her 19 times in an effort to earn the favor of the faceless, elongated, dark-suited figure. A few days later, an emotionally disturbed 13 year-old girl near Cincinnati attacked her mother with a knife in their kitchen in the guise of Slenderman.
These real life homages are all the more disturbing because the creation of the character is readily traceable to writer Eric "Victor Surge" Knudsen on the "Something Awful" Internet forum in 2009. But as the most powerful memes do, this one seeped into the very fiber of online culture to the extent that five years later young girls were willing to kill for it.
Interestingly, AMHRadio was ahead of the Slenderman Zeitgeist. On the March 11, 2014 episode with documentary filmmakers JOSH ZEMAN and RACHEL MILLS, whose urban legend films CROPSEY and KILLER LEGENDS expose the terrifying truths behind the myths, we discussed the the Slenderman meme, with Zeman uniquely declaring the character to be the very personification of the Internet.
Now Zeman and Mills return to discuss developments in the Slenderman saga and what may lie ahead.