Prog-Watch Special – 101 Dimensions – November 2017

I’m stretching the bounds a little again this time, but it was fun last time and you guys seemed to like it! Anyway, here’s the playlist for this month’s 101 Dimensions:

1. Jason Rubenstein – Complicated Exosphere; The Templar Calling Card; and The Curmudgeon Invents The Future (from the album This Is Not A Love Letter, 2014)

2. Trinity Ward – Transmission; Saturn V; Enter The Infinite; The State Of The Art; and Between The Edges Of The Universe (from the album Enter The Infinite, 2010)

3. Ian Boddy – Kinetics; The Circle; Deja Vu, Parts 1 & 2 (from the album The Climb, 1983)

4. whatsisname – Cascade; Felonius Monk; Indian Summer; and Stand Still, I Say (from the album Indefinite Articles, 2017)

5. Redshift – Nails; and Ultranaut (from the album Down Time, 1999)

6. Gandalf – Forgotten Kingdom, Parts 1 & 2; and Garden Of Illusions, Parts 1, 2 & 3 (from the album Tale From A Long Forgotten Kingdom, 1984)

I hope you enjoy!

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Episode #173: You’re More of a Southwest Kind of Girl!

Fasten your seatbelts, your pervy trip has just begun! For this beautiful episode, Dick and The Stepfather talk about Dangle’s unabashed sexiness and working with fellow perverts. Articles that will tickle your fancy include a Playboy first, the latest Fleshlight Girl, a new DVD for porn nerds, sex and pizza, facial hair, learning languages and plane issues. It’s a first-class ticket to Sexytown and Awesomeville! So get ready for the best ride you’ll have all week, until the next show! Read More …

S6 E10 How Do You Navigate Conventions? Featuring Author Scott Goudsward

Welcome to The 9th Story Podcast! We discuss the big questions that writers want to know with the help of guest authors, and experts. This week our special guest is author and New England Horror Writers Association Coordinator Scott Goudsward.

We discussed the topic “How Do You Navigate Conventions as an author?” We delve into how to best promote your work, and what you can expect from a convention.

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TWL 733: Doubly Dark – Season Finale

In her first full length episode, Brooke Warra helps us close out season 7 with two Wicked tales. In “Sleepyhead” a girl struggles to be accepted until fate ties her to boy and everything changes, then in “Irreconcilable Differences” a man deals with a terrible loss the best way he knows how for many years, until he’s presented with a choice.

Check out the new podcast collective The Wicked Library has joined, Dark Myths. Author:Brooke Warra | Storytellers:Cynthia Lowman (“Sleepyhead”), Mike DelGaudio & Nichole Goodnight  | Art: Alex J. Murd | Interview: Jeanette Andromeda | Custom Score: Nico Vettese | Voice of the Librarian:Nelson W. Pyles | Voice of Victoria:Amber Collins | Host / Producer:Daniel Foytik | Executive Producers: Cynthia Lowman, Nelson W. Pyles Read More …

#66 Seth Rich, Donna Brazile and Russian Collusion

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1) Episode #66 Seth Rich, Donna Brazile and Russian Collusion
2) Theme Song “Red Horse Rising” by X-Proph3t
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You Can’t Wipe Your Ass On A Pillow

Red Horse Radio is a podcast of Stigmata Studios.

1) Theme Song “Red Horse Rising” by X-Proph3t
2) Jon Towers from Stigmata Studios tries in vain to hold everything together.
3) With comedian Melanie Friedrich and writer Nelson W. Pyles co-hosting, or tri-hosting, team-hosting, maybe Group hosting.

4) All Incidental Music by Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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Ep. 231 – Haunted Whitby, Ontario

Whitby, Ontario is in southeastern Ontario and is what we would consider a suburb of Toronto. The name is Danish and means “White Village.” The original surveyor of the area chose the town names here from towns in northeastern England, so Whitby is named for the seaport in Yorkshire. Camp 30 was an urban explorers playground with several abandoned, crumbling buildings just waiting to be explored. This was a former school for delinquent boys and World War II prisoner-of-war camp that housed Nazis. While things were good for the prisoners, life at the school for the boys was horrible and several died. This has left behind some spiritual residue.The Whitby Psychiatric Hospital was run like many of the asylums in America. Abuses and deaths here seem to have led to hauntings. The Centennial Building is a former courthouse that now seems to be a haunted theater. The Trafalgar Castle School is built to look like a castle and just like so many castles, it seems to be home to some spirits. Join us and Karen Wickiam, host of the STAT podcast, as we look at several locations in Whitby, Ontario that have a reputation for being haunted! The Moment in Oddity features Hypha Tombicina makes mummies and This Month in History features Mary Jane Kelly killed by Jack the Ripper.

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Ep 104: A Light in the Attic: Lemp Mansion and Other Hidden Monsters

Once upon a time a very rich beer brewer had a son and locked him away in the tippy top floor of his mansion. He didn’t let him play with other boys or girls. He didn’t let him out into the sunlight. He didn’t eve let him exist in any official records. No, this boy was a secret, but one day, he would make himself known. This is the story of the Monkey Faced Boy of Lemp Mansion, but it’s not the only one of its kind. Join us this week as we explore the hidden history of hidden rooms and the unfortunate souls allegedly hidden within them. From Monster of Glamis Castle in Scotland; to the Chuas of Gujarat; the newly horrifying disappoint rooms of aristocratic America; we will explore hidden places and practices and the people for whom they were created. 

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