In this episode I go over the writings of Constantine Gregory, and his book called The Vampire Watcher's Handbook: A Guide for Slayers. It's a fascinating read about the history of vampires, slayers, and how to eradicate the creatures of the night.
In this podcast I talk about maybe the least known of the big demons out there: Lilith. She's been presented in various forms of media, from movies, books, and TV shows, but what was she really like? Well, let's find out more about this mother of demons, shall we?
In this episode I look at an ancient Scandinavian legend in the Trolls, also known as the Jötunn. It's a shorter episode, but it's got some nifty information, as well as some stories and urban legends associated with these beasts.
In this weeks Horror Shots Podcast, I venture back into the history of demons, and today's special guy is Astaroth, a duke and commander of the legions of Hell. It's a fascinating look at his origins, and what he's all about. As always, I want to thank Michelle Belanger for writing the Dictionary of Demons, as that was my main source of information today.
In this episode of the Horror Shots Podcast, I go deeper into the main players accused of Witchcraft during the Salem Witch Trials; Sarah Good, Sarah Osborne, and Tituba. I look at their history, and what lead them to be accused in the first place.
This week's Horror Shots Podcast is part one of my look into the Salem Witch Trials. I thought about doing one super long one, but I figured it'd be best to break it up into at least two parts. I look into what started the epidemic, the parties involved, and some of the possible reasons for the mass hysteria.
In this episode I'm joined by Andy Harmon, who you may remember from a few casts ago. This cast is a bit makeshift as we decided to record during a discussion on politics, as today is the US Presidential election. Enjoy!