MOTS #26: Spookgasm #2


This years Halloween Spooktacular gets underway with Seuss doing a DRAMATIC reading of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Tell-Tale Heart. Chills and Goose bumps!!!!! The fellas welcome a new sponsor in, a GREAT online magic site run by Rich Aviles and based out of Atlanta. Beer is on the Halloween menu when they open up bottles of Founders Brewery Double Chocolate Oatmeal Stout. It was Fantastical!!

Seuss asks Eric the question of Favorite Creepy stories. After a trip down memory lane, Eric decides stories were/are not his forte but he has a strong appreciation for Horror movies. Seuss then poses the question of Top 5 Favorite Horror movies. Plausibilty is discussed in Eric’s #1 choice. It’s Seuss’s turn next for Top 5 movies. Seuss tasks the listeners for help in finding a copy of his #1 movie. Can you help?? Let the guys know by calling the comment line.

The topic changes to memories of Creepy things from their childhood. Seuss will forever be haunted by the Duke Boys!! Eric is Horrified by the scary Astronauts of Apollo 11. What scares us as kids can sometimes still scare us as adults. Eric recommends a book that is Horror/magic related called Shadowland by Peter Straub. Twatter and Peniser Just sayin!

Next Halloween topic, some

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2 Responses to MOTS #26: Spookgasm #2

  1. Xavior Spade
    November 5, 2012 at 4:33 PM #

    I really appreciate you guys. Hopefully I get gas and can come to Kutztown to hang out for a bit. Keep it up!!! You guys SUCK!!
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  2. James Raymond November 11, 2012 at 3:09 PM #

    Great show guys! I am a little behind due to working so many hours. I hope you guys made it through the storm ok and are doing well.

    Thanks for the info and laughs and until next time sleep with the lights on if you need to…lol

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