Now available for Android, Google Play, iTunes Podcasts, Stitcher, www.satanicstorytime.com, and www.radiofreesatan.com: Satanic Story Time Episode 34 – "The Pit and the Pendulum", written by Edgar Allan Poe, with special guest, Warlock Miguel Guerrero Sr.
The Devil’s Tuning Fork: Miguel Guerrero Sr. and I have chosen the following tracks for this “Poe-etic” episode: “Alone” is performed by none other than Michaelanthony Mandrake. Miguel Guerrero Sr. performs "Annabel Lee". And we play “My Lost Lenore” from Tristania’s 1998 album, Widow’s Weeds.
The Devil’s Workshop: Keeping the “Poe-etic” inspiration flowing, we have John Dickson Carr’s radio adaptation of “The Pit and the Pendulum” written by Edgar Allan Poe for Suspense. It first aired on November 10, 1957. It starred John Hoyt, Ellen Morgan, Helen Morgan and Jay Novello. Vincent Price starred as our protagonist.
The Devil is in the Details: Miguel and I spoke in regard to his discovery of Satanism, satanic jewelry, his hobbies and his favorite creations.
Mail Bats: Miguel and I answer a question from one of the listeners: “When religious people pray, they, more often than not, do not get what they want, is it the same for you?” The short and resounding answer is no. We typically get what we desire. Miguel and I elaborate on why this statistically holds true.
Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound: Miguel and I uncover some minimalistic cocktails which include the following: “Scotch Milk Punch”, an unnamed “Eggnog Grog” (I call it ‘Cthulhu Christmas’), and an absinthe and champagne cocktail known as “Death in the Afternoon”.
- Citizen Aaron Mantle
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