Now available for Android, Google Play, iTunes Podcasts, Stitcher, www.satanicstorytime.com, and www.radiofreesatan.com: Satanic Story Time presents episode 40 – "Black Widow" with special guest: the arachnid expert – Bill Butler.
The Devil’s Tuning Fork: For this installment of The Devil’s Tuning Fork, we have the following tracks for your listening pleasure: “Lullaby” from The Cure’s album: Disintegration, “Spider Dance” from the Undertale Soundtrack, “The Spider’s Lullabye” and “Room 17” from King Diamond’s album: The Spider’s Lullabye, “Welcome to My Nightmare” / “The Black Widow” from Alice Cooper’s album, Welcome to My Nightmare with Vincent Price starring as “The Curator”.
The Devil’s Workshop: Our featured story is brought to you from E.G. Marshall and the CBS Radio Mystery Theater. It serves as CBS Radio Mystery Theater’s 265th episode and is entitled, “Black Widow”. The widow of a union worker enlists the help of a witch to get rid of the man who murdered her husband. The witch deploys poisonous black widow spiders to achieve her end. Jason Beck, Robert Dryden, Hetty Galen, Evie Juster, Dan Ocko, and Bob Juhren starred in this unmissable episode.
The Midnight Hour: For his third installment of The Midnight Hour, Gyps Fulvus brings us his version of “The Demon Spell”, originally written by Hume Nisbet.
The Devil is in the Details: I recently sat down with arachnid expert, Bill Butler. During the course of our conversation we talked about his life accomplishments, occupations, hobbies, Satanism, wacky times, motorcycles, memorable moments, pets (especially spiders), Halloween, and aesthetics. Join me as I speak with a friend to spiders, Bill Butler. Bill's artwork and downloads from the COS website can be found here.
- Citizen Aaron Mantle
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This week on The Metro, Warlock JNothing explores the hits of 1989 with the following bands: Will To Power, Breathe, Love & Rockets, Eddie Money, Tears For Fears, Roxette, Sheena Easton, Markita, The Cure, The B-52's, Cher, and finishing up with some Samantha Fox.
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This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing continues to dedicate his first song to his daughters as well as his husbear with The Cure, then continues with Berlin, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Stray Cats, The Go Go's, Thomas Dolby, Single Bullet Theory, U2, Peter Gabriel, Devo, Hall & Oates, Falco, Adam & The Ants, Jane's Addiction, Billy Idol, and finishes off with some Red Hot Chili Peppers.
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This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing returns with the following bands for your listening pleasure: Kings, Let's Active, Eurythmics, Yello, The Cure, Talk Talk, Rod Stewart, Boomtown Rats, The Romantics, The Go-Go's, Talking Heads, The Police, Wham!, Til Tuesday, Men at Work, Scandal.
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This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing celebrates the 300th episode of The Metro by bringing you two full hours of the classics you expect. Featuring: Berlin, Kajagoogoo, Pretenders, Human League, The Fixx, Midnight Oil, Tubes, Josie Cotton, Murray Head, Greg Kihn Band, Buggles, Nena, Madness, Frank & Moon Zappa, Dexy's Midnight Runners, Blondie, A Flock Of Seagulls, David Bowie, Billy Idol, Missing Persons, Paul Hardcastle, The Police, Toni Basil, The Cure, Soft Cell, Adam And The Ants, Kim Wilde, INXS, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, and closing out with some Tears For Fears.
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This week on The Metro, Citizen JNothing brings you the sounds of Beastie Boys, Blasters, INXS, Midge Ure, When In Rome, Trio, The Look, Deniece Williams, Bangles, Soft Cell, Men at Work, Kim Wilde, Missing Persons, The Cure, Waitresses, and finishing up with some Talking Heads.
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