Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

A weekly Geek Culture podcast. 

Oct 31, 2018

Here it is! This is definitely the biggest Halloween episode ever, with just over TWO HOURS of spooky chat for your listening pleasure!

As always, Dr. Jeff Dwyer kicks off the episode by talking about the fact that he has been feeling that The Veil between our world and that of the spirits is indeed at the thinnest it's ever been. He talks about how we, whether we're sensitive or not, are extra vulnerable to spiritual attacks and what we can do to protect ourselves. After that, Henry explains why this year's Halloween episode is extra special as he dedicates it to his (and many others around the world) favorite late-night paranormal radio talk show host, Art Bell. As has been our tradition (and like GotG), music plays a big part of our Halloween celebration and this year is no different. In memory of Art Bell & Coast To Coast AM, you'll hear many of his most popular music bumpers introducing this year's guests who, by the way, will be telling nothing but the scariest experiences that they've had in their lives. Here they are:

Doug Carnahan - A familiar voice to Geek Speak and Paranormal Perception listeners, Doug shares some battles he's had with demonic entities, including one who was impersonating a child.

Debby - One of our listeners who has so many experiences, that Henry reached out to her and asked to come on the Halloween episode to share a few of them with all of you.

Mina Harker - The historian and tour guide for the San Francisco Vampire Tour. She shares some vampiric history, including the real reason why there have been so many new buildings being constructed in San Francisco.

Music heard on this year's Halloween episode:

Chase - Giorgio Moroder (Casablanca Records, 1978)

(Don't Fear) The Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult (Sony Legacy)

Ride My See-Saw - The Moody Blues (Universal/Motown Records)

Devil Woman - Cliff Richard (Warner Music UK)

Midnight In The Desert - Crystal Gayle (2011 Master Classics Records)