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Episode 140: King Of The Chuds

Ghoul on Ghoul

Release Date: 06/11/2021

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Amanda and Sarah deliver a hearty helping of meat to start 2022 off right. Sarah kicks things off with a primer on Herne the Hunter, an English folkloric character/god whose fascinating history has connections to Shakespeare. Amanda takes the stage for a look at Carrie: The Musical, the disastrous horror-inspired production considered one of Broadway's biggest flops. Other subjects covered include the wild world of dating apps, farm romance, and Riverdale vs. Sabrina.

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Recommendations:

Amanda recommends the Aussie horror film Next of Kin and the book The Return by Rachel Harrison. She does not recommend the new film The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.

Sources:

  • The Adaptation of Folklore and Tradition (Folklorismus) Author(s): Venetia J. Newall Source: Folklore , 1987, Vol. 98, No. 2 (1987), pp. 131-151 Published by: Taylor & Francis, Ltd. on behalf of Folklore Enterprises, Ltd. Stable URL: https://www.jstor.org/stable/1259975
  • One and One-Half Unrecorded References to Macbeth in 1676-1678 Author(s): Richard Levin Source: Shakespeare Quarterly , Winter, 1998, Vol. 49, No. 4 (Winter, 1998), pp. 416-420 Published by: Oxford University Press Stable URL: https://www.jstor.org/stable/2902237
  • Christopher Fowler (A Tale of Two Witches)
  • A Serpent's Pen (Mother Damnable – the Wicked Witch of Camden Town Tube Station)
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    Engole (JINNEY BINGHAM, MOTHER DAMNABLE)
  • USA Today (Avril Lavigne says she reached out to 'warrior' Justin Bieber about Lyme disease diagnosis)
  • TODAY (Avril Lavigne says Lyme disease symptoms left her in bed for 2 years)
  • Vice (Investigating the Conspiracy That Says Avril Lavigne Was Killed off and Replaced with an Actress)
  • The Sun (Crazy conspiracy theorists think that Nicolas Cage is an immortal vampire … and here’s why)
  • Esquire (Hot New Conspiracy Theory: Katy Perry Is Actually JonBenet Ramsey)
  • NYT (Ted Cruz, Who Is Not the Zodiac Killer, Acknowledges a Long-Running Joke)
  • keanuisimmortal.com
  • Esquire (Is Ted Cruz the Zodiac Killer? A Conversation with Very Sane Conspiracy Theorists)

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