Satanic Story Time presents Episode 25 – “Dead and Rotting Things” with special guests, M.R. Stover and Elizabeth Salome. M.R. Stover joins us to introduce his latest contribution for Satanic Story Time and the Satanic Players Society. It is called “Dead and Rotting Things” and it involves conspiracy theories, incest, visceral violence, and EVIL! Join us as M.R. Stover and I comb over his latest writings and tell you where you can purchase more of his materials.
“The Devil’s Workshop”: The Satanic Players Society has done it again! In this episode, brought to you by M.R. Stover, they act out his latest story of horror entitled, “Dead and Rotting Things”. Joining us on the roster for voice acting for “Dead and Rotting Things” are the following: Alec Arbour, Grigori T. Cross, Elizabeth Salome, Jessie, M.A. Mandrake, Erin Cassavaugh, and Evan Nihil.
“The Devil is in the Details”: Elizabeth Salome joins us for “The Devil is in the Details”. During the conclusion and summary of “Dead and Rotting Things”, we comb over the details of this episode’s story. Additionally, we delve into some interview questions for Elizabeth Salome and tell the listeners where you can find more of her accomplishments on the “interweb”.
Additionally, special music and clips are brought to you by the following artists, DJs, and hosts: Nathan Gray, Danse deSade, Gyps Fulvus, Revolver 1010, 9Sense Podcast, and The Devil's Mischief.
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Satanic Story Time presents episode 24 – “The Devil’s Workshop”. This segment of “The Devil’s Workshop” shares old time horror radio classic, “The Devil’s Workshop”. This episode was chosen to pay homage to the culmination of the brand new theme for Satanic Story Time coincidentally entitled, “The Devil’s Workshop”. “The Devil’s Workshop” was written by John Roeburt and first appeared on the Blue Network in 1949. It starred Mason Adams as Tony Marillo and Joan Banks as Tina. The story picks up where a creator of wax figures works in his laboratory that he created and coined, “The Devil’s Workshop”. According to our hero, he is doing well on money and has a girlfriend named Tina. We later find that Tony Marillo’s father, Caesar Marillo, was shot down by the police in a gun fight in the park. Tony Marillo begins to experience problems in his utopia when his “wax devil” comes up missing. At first he blames his girlfriend, Tina. She denies all of his accusations. He is later approached in the dead of night by an ominous, robed figure in black who claims that his face was disfigured by a bandit in the desert. The ominous figure orders Tony to make him a wax face in exchange for money, fame, and riches. But, this devil man begins by stealing away Tony’s girlfriend, Tina. Is it all a delusion? Or is Tony in an epic battle against the Prince of Darkness? Only you can make your own opinionated conclusion of this dark mystery entitled, “The Devil’s Workshop”!
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Satanic Story Time presents episode 23 – “The Mask of Medusa” with special guest, Colin Martin. In anticipation of Walpurgisnacht, which is only four days away at the production of this episode, Satanic Story Time is releasing back to back episodes. “The Devil is in the Details”: Colin Martin joins Evan and me tonight for a Skype session in regard to the latest from the Satanic Players Society, entitled, “The Mask of Medusa”. We prove that the “devil really is in the details” as we discuss the details of this great episode. We were also able to speak to some other topics as well. During the course of the conversation we spoke about the Satanic Witch and a few areas within this great book. Most notably were the topic of Satanic Familiars and The Law of the Attraction of Opposites. We also spoke in regard to Magister Dr. Robert Johnson’s highly anticipated counterpart to the Satanic Witch entitled, The Satanic Warlock. Colin articulates on how he discovered Satanism and what makes this religion so much more invigorating, freer, and more powerful than “white light” religions. We also spoke briefly on the meaning of a mutual admiration society and what makes it different from mundane forums.
For this episode’s “The Devil’s Workshop”, The Satanic Players Society invades our minds with a terrifying suspense story full of twists, turns, and horror! It is called, “The Mask of Medusa”!
Here are the links to peruse and purchase the books and literature that were mentioned during this episode: The Satanic Players Society in – “The Shadow People”; Hydra M. Star - "Candy, Blood, and Sex".
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Satanic Story Time presents episode 21 – “Sanguinivore” with special guest, M.R. Stover. We sat down and talked to M.R. Stover about his latest story entitled “Spirits” which is featured in Old Nick Magazine, his recent book signing in January, his contributions in regard to Ladies and Gentlemen of Horror (LGoH) 2015, his most recent offering to Satanic Story Time, “Sanguinivore” which is narrated by me with some visceral sound effects that according to the author are downright scary! We spoke briefly about his next offering to Satanic Story Time, “Draugr”, which will be featured in Episode 22 and conclude the two part mini-series. To follow M.R. Stover on Facebook and receive updates, just search for Twomrstover on Facebook.
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Happy Halloween! Satanic Story Time’s 17th episode, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” with Special Guest, Gyps Fulvus and co-host Evan Nihil is now available for download via iTunes Podcasts, at www.satanicstorytime.com, and at www.radiofreesatan.com. Gyps Fulvus is back on Satanic Story Time. We talked about his musical influences, his perspective of Washington Irving’s short horror story classic, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” and how it influenced his current single release, “Sleepy Hollow”. We also talked about what Gyps Fulvus thinks actually happened to Washington Irving’s fictional character, Ichabod Crane. We briefly spoke on the topics of lesser and greater magic in music and other avenues. And finally, we touched on the idea of, “Who would you take out first if you were the Headless Rider”? Be sure to check out Gyps Fulvus’ official website, The Lair of Nightmares. The URL for Gyps Fulvus’ official website is www.gypsfulvus.net. Thank you Gyps Fulvus for providing your newest single, “Sleepy Hollow” for our listening pleasure. I hope that it gives each and every one of you nightmares for this Halloween! And I hope that his latest single inspires each of you to get creative with your Halloween festivities! Last but not least, we had the pleasure of listening to the narration of Washington Irving’s classic tale, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” which was originally written and published in 1820. Washington Irving published his collection of 34 short stories and essays while he was living in Birmingham, England. The name of this tome is entitled The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. This collection of Washington Irving’s short stories and essays can still be purchased today from Amazon and prices somewhere between $3.00, all the way up to $35.00. It is available in paperback, hardcover, and Kindle edition from Amazon.
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