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Updated March 2020
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Doc Rotten and The Black Saint from Horror News Radio recap and review the best and worst horror films from the 1970s. Grindhouse. Blacksploitation. Hollywood Blockbusters. B Movies. Films like Exorcist | The Car | Phantasm | Halloween | The Incredible Melting Man | The Manitou | Beyond the Door | Vampire Circus | Dawn of the Dead
 
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PLEASE don't feed all these BEARS! Y'all, there are some editing MISTAKES in this short story. SLOPS! But some good ideas floating around - ideas that got us hankering for some HONEY COOKIE CRACKERS. Feel the fur fantasy and listen to this BEARY GOOD EPISODE. Love, The Terror Teddy Twinz!By The Terror Twins
 
We’ve dedicated this special episode to the numbers surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic. Statistical national treasure Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter put the risks of Covid-19 into perspective. We ask whether young people are safe from serious illness, or if statistics from hospitalisations in the US show a high proportion of patients are under…
 
In 1991, Kurt Cobain released a song on the album Nevermind. Titled "Polly" the song was inspired by a kidnapping and rape of a young girl in Tacoma, Washington. This is the story of that crime. Listen to "Polly" by Nirvana here: https://youtu.be/3H0NHHKBemg Resources: "Story Behind the Song - Polly" by Hayley Selfridge on YouTube "Nirvana's Darkes…
 
Last week, while schools and businesses across Europe closed in an attempt to halt the spread of Coronavirus the UK stood alone in a more relaxed approach to the pandemic; letting people choose whether they wanted to go to work, or socially distance themselves. This week, things have changed. Schools are closing for the foreseeable future and exams…
 
“Forgive me, but you are an endless source of amusement to me.” I amuse you? I make you laugh? I’m here to fuckin’ amuse you? … Wait. Wrong movie. Anyway, join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they determine exactly what is so damn endlessly […]By Doc Rotten and The Black Saint
 
A young girl is brutally murdered in New York's Central Park in 1986. Her killer, Robert Chambers, would be dubbed "The Preppy Killer" in the press and his victim's name would be dragged through the mud. This is the real story of "The Preppy Murder" you haven't heard before. Listen to "Jenny Was a Friend of Mine" by The Killers here: https://youtu.…
 
Every winter its the same, someone will tell you to put a hat on to save your body from losing all of its heat. But how much heat do you actually lose from your head? We take you on a journey from arctic conditions to a hot tub in Canada to explain why there might actually be more than one answer... Presenter: Tim HarfordProducer: Leoni Robertson a…
 
Ooh! It's still HALLOWEEN TIMES - and DARLEEN's GOTTA get steal those blue gloves off that scarecrow that mysteriously just showed up next door. SURELY nothing bad will happen! It's just a PILLOW-FACED SCARECROW that just randomly appeared RIGHT BEFORE HALLOWEEN wearing all types of lusty fashions, THAT SCARF! THAT HAT! Just BEGGING for children to…
 
In 1978, Rodney Alcala won a date on the popular TV show, The Dating Game. What no one knew was that he was a prolific serial killer in the middle of a cross-country murder spree. In this six-part series, co-hosts Tracy Pattin (Hollywood & Crime) and Stephen Lang (Avatar, Don’t Breathe) take listeners on an unbelievable journey into Alcala’s twisti…
 
For more than 40 years - until 1999 - Poudre Canyon mountain woman Polly Brinkhoff lived without running water, electricity or plumbing. She had a pet mountain lion, kept her food in a cave and once nearly sliced her bunion off with a chainsaw. More than 20 years after her death, Polly's grandson recalls what exactly made her the last of a dying br…
 
The mysterious death of a young girl inspires Jon Bon Jovi to record a song dedicated to her. This is the case of Katherine Korzilius. Resources used in the research for this episode: Unsolved Mysteries, Season 10: Episode 7 - https://unsolved.com/gallery/katherine-korzilius/ "Family Searches for Answers, Peace" by Hank Stuever for Austin American-…
 
In Nebraska, in 1958, a high school junior holds animosity towards his mother and takes deadly revenge. He is caught and imprisoned and, years later, disappears for decades. Where is Leslie Arnold today? Resources used in the research for this episode: "Whatever Happened to Leslie Arnold, the Boy who Murdered his Parents?" by John William Tuohy, ww…
 
Artificial Intelligence – or AI for short – is often depicted in films in the shape of helpful droids, all-knowing computers or even malevolent ‘death bots’. In real life, we’re making leaps and bounds in this technology’s capabilities with satnavs, and voice assistants like Alexa and Siri making frequent appearances in our daily lives. So, should …
 
“The devil has sent me twins of evil!” Well, it’s only half-bad as all that, but one is more than enough. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they try to figure out which twin is which in Hammer’s Twins of Evil (1971). Decades of […]By Doc Rotten and The Black Saint
 
A lot has changed since our last episode covering the numbers behind the coronavirus - for a start it now has a name, Covid-19. This week news has broken that deaths are 20 per cent higher than thought, and the number of cases has increased by a third. Tim Harford talks to Dr Nathalie MacDermott, a clinical lecturer at King’s College London about w…
 
In Kansas in 1958, an 18-year-old kills both of his parents and his only sibling. Was it a case of greed, mental illness, or was Andrews just a "bad seed"? #parricide #InColdBlood #TheBrothersKaramazov #deathrow #familyannihilators Resources: "Lowell Lee Andrews Was 'The Nicest Boy' in Wolcott by Beth Elias for Ranker.com "Nicest boy in Wolcott" by…
 
We all know that you should never smile at a crocodile, but rumour has it that alligators are great perambulators – at least that’s what a booklet about Florida’s wildlife claimed. Tim Harford speaks to John Hutchinson, Professor of evolutionary bio-mechanics to see whether he could outrun one of these reportedly rapid retiles. Also – our editor th…
 
In 1975, a rebellious teen enlists her boyfriend to kill her parents in a small, Northern California town. The gruesome crime would be dubbed "The Barbecue Murders" in the press. Sources: "Kill My Parents: The story of Marlene Olive" by Denise Noe for Crime Library, June 23, 2014 "A Local Murder: Terra Linda was the setting for a real-life 1975 cri…
 
“Touch it! Go on, touch it!” Get your mind out of the gutter. The speaker isn’t talking about that “it.” Join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they uncover the true story of Frankenstein in Frankenstein: The True Story (1973) … or not. Decades of […]By Doc Rotten and The Black Saint
 
Be Careful What You BITCH For! Or just might GET IT! It's Halloween night, AGAIN! - and MAX trick-or-treats at the WRONG HOUSE HUH-NEE! He gets this sharp old rock from that crickety old CRONE and then it's time to WISH and DISH. Oh nose!! Listen to this episode: It's quick! It's well-trod territory! And it's all KINDS of HOT NASTY. Get into it! Lo…
 
In this special episode I'll do an in-depth look at the infamous serial killer Aileen Wuornos. Time stamps: Early Life: 02:41 Teen Years: 13:25 Young Adult Life: 32:17 On the Road: 35:30 Criminal Activity: 36:12 Tyra: 47:30 The Victims: 55:57 Closing In/The Arrest: 1:36:40 The Confession: 1:44:46 Arlene Pralle/Adoption: 1:51:50 The Trial: 1:56:42 D…
 
The list of ways campaigners say we need to change our behaviour in response to climate change seems to grow every week. Now, streaming video is in the frame. We test the claim that watching 30 minutes of Netflix has the same carbon footprint as driving four miles. We hear scepticism about a report that sepsis is responsible for one in five deaths …
 
YUMMY! PAMPKIN JUICE! It's the beginning of the NEXT collection of spooky SILLY short stories - and these are all HALLOWEENY Y'ALL. SIP ON THIS JUICE while you screech and tickle in this October-y shiverfest. Starting off wild and weird - and trodding thru old 'n standard Goosebumps plots-points and terror tropes. Listen as Matthew Scott Montgomery…
 
The fugitive former Nissan boss, Carlos Ghosn, has raised questions about justice in Japan. The government in Tokyo has defended its system, where 99% of prosecutions lead to conviction. Prof Colin Jones, from Doshisha Law School in Kyoto, explains what's behind this seemingly shocking statistic. And a listener asks if it’s true Canada’s is roughly…
 
“— Zuni doll gibberish —” You might not know what he’s saying, but you’re definitely not hanging around to find out! Join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they relive the impact they experienced when they first watched Trilogy of Terror (1975) from Dan Curtis. […]…
 
On this bonus episode I share the highs and lows for 2019, list the top episodes of last year, talk about upcoming events and share the last word on the 2019 plagiarism scandal. Links: Let's Taco 'Bout True Crime - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bonus-episode-lets-taco-bout-crime-junkie-plagiarism/id1452118167?i=1000447888185 Facebook Fan Gr…
 
We talk about the age of some of the frontrunners in the Democrat nomination race and President Donald Trump and the health risks they face.Also, More or Less listeners were surprised by a claim they read on the BBC website recently: “Pets are estimated to be consuming up to 20 percent of all meat globally.” So we – of course – investigated and wil…
 
On this special episode my guest is Jack Luna from Crime Machine Podcast. We discuss the evidence and theories behind the JonBenet Ramsey Case. Sources: Foreign Faction: Who Really Killed JonBenet? by A. James Kolar, Ventus Publishing, 2012. JonBenet Ramsey Case Encyclopedia, www.jonbenetramsey.pbworks.com "The Case of: JonBenet Ramsey". https://ww…
 
On this special episode, I discuss the death of Shawn Stephens Lewis. Shawn was the fifth wife of Jerry Lee Lewis, the rock and country music star. When Shawn Lewis was found dead in Lewis's mansion on August 24, 1983, many questions would remain unanswered as to how she died. My very special guest this week is Erica Kelly from the Southern Fried T…
 
The UK General Election is fast approaching, top of the agenda are the political parties green ambitions and one particular initiative is garnering a lot of attention, tree planting. The Labour Party has the most ambitious target – a whopping 2 billion trees planted by 2040. How much land would this take, how does it stack up against other party pl…
 
The FINAL short story in EMTTGYG - The Thumbprint of DOOM! The Terror Twins get THIS story 2 DOOM THUMBS UP! (Well, sort of) Matthew Scott Montgomery and Daniel Montgomery wrap this twisty tome and look back on which of the 10 stories were the NASTIEST and the SCARIEST and the BEST! ONLY the BEST!By The Terror Twins
 
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