In this episode we get spooky with Lisa W. Cantrell’s Halloween Horror novel The Manse, talk smack about Anne Rice, and throw some shade at the Castle of Otranto.
V.C. Andrews batshit crazy book gets its due in this weirdly enthusiastic review.
In this episode, your librarians are joined by very special guest Monty Ashley as we discuss Abracadabra, a book in which we learn that the true secret of magic, is also the secret ingredient in Soylent Green. MAGIC IS PEOPLE!!!!
Jilli and Rhias are joined this week by friend and bon vivant Reverend Malcus as we discuss Salem’s Lot. A forgotten work by an unknown author named Stephen King.
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For our frightening fifth episode, special guest Kevin Clarke joins us to discuss Nightlife by Brian Hodge, werewolf porn, and other delights.
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In our fourth episode, Rhias and Jillian take on the Mount Everest of American Hauntings, the completely true story of how the Lutz family were driven from their new home at 112 Ocean Avenue by an assortment of spooooky happenings – or not. This episode includes such horrific details as the real origin of Jodie the pig, and just where do our librarians get SO MUCH glitter!
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In this episode your librarians flail their tentacles in glee as we go through our favorite book so far. This episode is made up of 100% spoilers. So if you want to be surprised by the book – read it first. Otherwise, pull on your Guess jeans, que up you Phil Collins cassette tape, and enjoy the ride. On a personal note -all three of your hostesses were in tears as we ended this podcast.
Lucas Ellington is a very dangerous man, and the death of his beloved daughter Kristen at a hair metal concert pushes him over the edge. One by one he hunts down the members of Whip Hand and exacts a bloody vengeance. Only lead singer Gabriel Stannard is aware of the threat Lucas represents. Join us as on this rock and roll highway to hell, and revisit Jilli’s tragic hair-metal backstory.
Something is wrong with 6 year old Nora Baxter. She’s a compulsive liar, and seems to be purposefully driving a wedge between her father, Phil and her doting mother Jean. Things go from bad to worse after Phil is compelled to purchase an evil jack-in-the-box, unlocking Nora’s latent Satanic powers. Our special guest this episode is Monty Ashley, of the Incomparable Podcast Network.
The moon has risen, the streets are quiet and empty, and the lights have gone out all over town. Restless and wakeful, you find your way to the ancient brick building. Hinges creak in soft protest as you push through the heavy oaken door entering the dimly lit interior. Dwarfed by towering bookshelves you approach the front desk as though in a dream. The Night Library has been waiting for you.