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Mr. Maniacal , The Halloweens Jack and Jacqueline and The Bone Jangler talk all things eerie and horrible with special guests in the Horror and Horror Hosting field.

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In the world of Horror, the month of February is a cause for celebration, but also of sadness. It was on February 2nd in 1969, that we lost the King of Horror, who had portrayed some of the most iconic monsters in the history of horror. And... more

It's that time of year once again. Now that the hustle and bustle of the holiday season has passed us by, and we have have ushered in another new year, it's time to turn our attention to the yearly ceremony honoring Horror Hosts past... more

Last week we bid a fond farewell to 2018 and welcomed in 2019...but wait. We weren't finished with the last 365 days. So much happened in the past year, we didn't get to cover it all last week, so we are going to once again hit... more

Hard to believe a whole year has passed. Harder to believe that we are heading into 2019. So much has happened in this past year. We have lost friends but have made new ones. We have had interesting guests and have had interesting... more

We are very pleased to welcome back Clarissa Jacobson, writer/producer of the wonderful short film "Lunch Ladies'" which can now be seen on Amazon Prime. Since we last had Clarissa on the show, the film has received several more... more

Ernie "Ghoulardi" Anderson was king of the Cleveland airways from 1963 to 1966. When he left Cleveland for California, the home to his madness, WJW channel 8, scrambled to find a a new host, starting a talent search to find a... more

Last weekend we dealt with a brief case of computus interruptus, but we are back this week with a brand new show. To start things off we will be talking to Clarissa Jacobson, the writer and producer of the fabulous short horror film "Lunch... more

Wolfmen seems to be the topic of choice lately, so tonight we continue that train of thought. So what does 80's Horror Host legend Crematia Mortem and 80's displaced Horror Host Slash have in common? Well if you are listening to this... more

That "smooth as silk" voice (which he attributes to unfiltered Camels and scotch) is unmistakable. When you hear it, you know you are in the presence of a legend. It was in September of 1974, that he made his television debut... more

Look up in the sky...it's a bird...it's a plane...no it's Supes! No not that super being, but THE Super Hero of Horror Hosts...the legendary icon of Cleveland hosting history, the one and only Superhost! Ok, so he he wasn't faster than a speeding... more

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