Friday Podcast 11/9/12
Listen, folks. We know it’s been a week and a half since Halloween, and we know that in the past month or so we’ve dedicated about 37 podcasts to Halloween and/or spooky content. But here’s the deal: our esteemed host, Hawk Mendenhall, has got a monkey on his back, and that monkey is named Halloween Radio Pieces. He loves ghost stories and haunted houses and stuff more than any grown man should, and he puts pretty much every scary thing he can find on the big show. So we’ve got what is (I hope and believe) our last batch of Halloween stuff to cast on the big pod today.
And, hey, it’s not like it’s bad stuff. It’s really good stuff, even if it is coming about a week and a half late. We’ll start things off with The Chocolate Man: A Children’s Horror Tale written by native Texan Waide Aaron Riddle. If you’ve got some kids hanging around that you’ve been meaning to horrify, you’re welcome in advance.
And then it’s one more installment of the Halloween Haunts series. We dig these fun-size little nuggets of scariness, and we hope you do too.