Now available in iTunes Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, www.satanicstorytime.com, and at www.radiofreesatan.com: Satanic Story Time Episode 31 – “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” written by Dr. Seuss and starring Boris Karloff as the Grinch.
The Devil’s Tuning Fork: King Diamond’s “No Presents for Christmas” from his 1985 single, No Presents for Christmas. This single served as the first music released from King Diamond after his breakup with Mercyful Fate. It also featured “Charon” on the B-Side. Also featured are the following three songs from the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society Choir (HPLHS). The songs are “Blue Solstice”, “Oh Cthulhu”, and “Go Summon Up the Dead Ones”. “Oh Cthulhu” is featured on A Very Scary Solstice which was released in 2003. “Go Summon Up the Dead Ones” and “Blue Solstice” are featured on An Even Scarier Solstice, which was released in 2006.
The Devil’s Workshop: Dr. Seuss’ short story, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” starring Boris Karloff as the Grinch was first televised on December 18, 1966.
The Devil is in the Details: I summarize Dr. Seuss’, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and touch on some principles that can be taken away from his story.
Satanic Story Time Announcements: The Satanic Players Society Samhain 2015 Special, “The Book of Ixin”, is now available for purchase at CDBaby, Google Play, Amazon, and iTunes. Episode 31 contains a special promo for “The Book of Ixin” written by Citizen Horror.
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The Devil’s Tuning Fork: Iron Maiden’s “Murders in the Rue Morgue” from their 1981 album, Killers.
The Devil’s Workshop: Edgar Allan Poe’s short story, “The Murders in the Rue Morgue” as adapted for radio theater by the CBS Radio Mystery Theater in 1975.
The Devil is in the Details: A rare interview with Vincent Price from 1971.
Satanic Story Time Announcements: The Satanic Players Society Samhain 2015 Special, “The Book of Ixin”, is now available for purchase at CDBaby, Google Play, Amazon, and iTunes. Episode 30 contains sneak previews of “The Book of Ixin” written by Citizen Horror.
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Satanic Story Time’s 18th episode, “The Shadow People” courtesy of the Satanic Players Society, is now available for download via iTunes Podcasts, at www.satanicstorytime.com, and at www.radiofreesatan.com. The Satanic Players Society has offered up a devilish machination for Samhain! They have acted out a classic tale of the supernatural. The tale of “The Shadow People” invokes the thoughts and ponderings of superstition, duality, phobias, madness, nightmares, good and evil, and relativity of morals. “The Shadow People” first appeared in the Hall of Fantasy series in 1953. It was written by Richard Thorne. The story involves an engaged couple by the name of David and Elaine. Elaine’s family is plagued by some sort of curse that is causing her family to mysteriously perish during the darkest hours. The nightmare becomes real to the couple when Elaine inherits the living nightmare known as “The Shadow People”. It seems as if the young couple goes through all of the right channels in their attempt to ‘shake’ the malevolent entities. Listen in and hear a Halloween tale that will have you leaving the lights on and checking under your beds! Special thanks go out to the Satanic Players Society and I cannot wait to hear their next terrifying tale of the unknown!
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I. Selected Reading - H.P. Lovecraft's "The Evil Clergyman"
II. The Silver Screen - "The Devil's Hand"
III. News & Forbidden Topics - Rasputin: A Natural Born Sorcerer?
Gaylord Carter - Grim Grinning Ghosts (composed by Buddy Baker)
The Radiacs - She's My Witch
Donovan - Season of the Witch
Anton Szandor LaVey - If You Were The Only Girl (Nat D. Ayer cover)
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