13 O’Clock Episode 24: Fun Facts and Myths About Aleister Crowley


Aleister Crowley is one of the most fascinating figures of the 20th century. Known as “The Great Beast 666” or “The Wickedest Man in the World,” facts and rumors about Crowley’s occult shenanigans have become so intertwined that it’s now impossible to separate the reality from the legend. On this episode, Tom and Jenny examine some of their favorite facts, anecdotes, myths, and conspiracies about Crowley, including the possibility that he was a Jack the Ripper copycat killer who carried out the Curse of King Tut, that he fought off a female vampire sent to attack him by a rival, that he might have been Barbara Bush’s father, that his writings were the inspiration for Scientology, and that he once helmed a disastrous mountaineering expedition that ended in four deaths.

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Earth vs The Flying Saucers | Monster Attack Ep. 52


Jim battles a bad cold and a case of Laryngitis, while the Earth fights for its life against a horde of invading aliens in the 1956 sci-fi favorite starring Hugh Marlowe, Joan Taylor, Morris Ankrum and Donald Curtis. Will the Earth survive? Will the Flying Saucers run away? Will Jim’s voice make it to the end of the podcast? It’s all ahead on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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Necrocasticon Volume 2 Chapter 38


Welcome to Volume 2 Chapter 38 of the Necrocasticon, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that blends horror and heavy metal properties with a common connection. This week, your host, author and journalist Token Tom Clark is once again joined by our panel of metal & horror experts at Project Entertainment Network. Maxx Axe, Smoking Walt Hades and Azriel Mordecai are getting political this week with their metal and horror. But not like social media. We don’t lean left or right as we talk about political overtones in great pieces of horror like The Thing and music, ala Megadeth. Plus Walt reviews Bill & Phil’s Darkness & Despair, Az mixes Flock of Seagulls with Iron Maiden in the mortuary, and Maxx Axe & Revelation 13 bring you this week in metal & horror history.

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Super Person : Kevin Shamel : Bizzong! Podcast


This week Bizzong! interviews the writer of one of Mr. Frank’s all time favorite Bizarro books, Kevin Shamel. Mr. Frank does his best not to fan boy too much and succeeds and getting some behind the scenes stories on how the book, Island of the Super People was made and well as the antics that take place at Eraserhead press when people aren’t looking.

So hit play because its #ZongerDay! 

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The Curtain Jerkers #2.33


Welcome to Season 2 Episode 33 of The Curtain Jerkers, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that super kicks pro wrestling off the top rope. Your host, veteran journalist and podcaster Token Tom Clark, is joined by our panel of wrestling analysts at Project Entertainment Network. Freelance journalist and film critic, Steve Mesa and, from parts unknown, the man, the myth, the legend, the Viking, Brian Burton. We’ve got a huge show for you, as always, peeps & perps. We’re going to kick things off with our predictions for the Royal Rumble and NXT Takeover. Steve flexes his WWE2K17 muscles, Viking and Tom talk to Sean Carr about his forthcoming ROH opportunity, We visit promoter Don L. Bump’s Facebook feed with some surprising results, Viking has the indy power rankings and Iris doesn’t interview shindy worker Mike White.

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Arm Cast Podcast: Episode 139 – Wytovich



Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast host Armand Rosamilia is joined by returning author guest Stephanie Wytovich, and as usual they have a rousing time talking about her career, latest release and a plethora of other subjects.

This week’s episode sponsored by Subculture Corsets & Clothing

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The Liars Club Oddcast | Sue Miller


This week on the Liars Club Oddcast, we welcome best-selling novelist and Oprah’s book club fave Sue Miller, author of ten acclaimed novels including The Senator’s Wife and The Arsonist.  Liars Merry Jones, Greg Frost, Jon McGoran, Kelly Simmons and Keith Strunk cajole Ms. Miller into spilling secrets about writing controversial characters, plots brimming with tension, plus time management for writers.  Recorded October 2016.

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Gods, Dragons, and Travellers – InkStains – Ep 1


Host John Urbancik provides you with an introduction to InkStains, including readings from three separate InkStains projects and advice on how to start your own projects, recorded as thunderstorms and tornadoes raged outside.

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The Mando Method Podcast: Episode 21 – Back Matter


Not to be confused with black matter in space, back matter on books is what The Mando Method Podcast co-hosts Armand Rosamilia and Chuck Buda are talking about this episode. Maybe when they get their honorary doctorates from NASA they’ll talk about black matter and cool space stuff.

For now they give insight on what should go at the back of your book in ebook and print and how to keep the reader reading what you want them to read, which is more of your books. 

Erin Al-Mehairi couldn’t be with us again, as the bounty on the Yeti she was hunting went up a few thousand bucks. We understand. Hope you catch him! 

This week’s episode is sponsored by Subculture Corsets & Clothing

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Three Guys With Beards | Margaret Stohl


Today the Beards talk with NY Times bestselling author Margaret Stohl about all things pop culture, about politics, her run on the Marvel Comics title CAPTAIN MARVEL and other forthcoming projects. Pay attention folks, the lady knows her business!

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13 O’Clock Episode 23: Sybil and the Multiple Personality Controversy


The book and TV movie called Sybil told the extraordinary story of a woman who manifested sixteen different personalities, allegedly triggered by the horrific abuse she had suffered as a child. In the 1970s and 80s, the case was a cultural phenomenon, and became the flash point in a psychiatric debate that to some extent is still raging today. Is multiple personality disorder (now called dissociative identity disorder) a real illness or simply a misdiagnosed aspect of something else? Did Sybil (whose real name was Shirley Ardell Mason) really have sixteen personalities, or was she coaxed into displaying these symptoms by her ambitious therapist and the author of the best-selling book? Was Sybil truly a victim of her mother’s extreme cruelty, or were these memories implanted under hypnosis? Tom and Jenny discuss the fascinating aspects of this troubling case and try to sort out the fact from the fiction.

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