Season’s Greetings, lycanthropes! Skully’s swept up all the stray werewolf hairs and hung his severed toes by the chimney with care because it’s an extra-joyous season this year in the Dungeon. It’s the 10th Anniversary of Hauntcast and we’re celebrating with a holiday episode sure to bring out the haunting beast in you. Here’s to 10 more years you’ll never get back. Enjoy the show and Happy Holidays That Aren’t Halloween, freaks!
HAUNTING GURU INTERVIEW
THEATER OF THE MIND
Revenant displays a flair for the chromatic as he explores the many applications of color in haunt design.
A full moon, a few growlers and Baker & Thunder sprout hair in funny places while snarling their way through reviews of President Evil, Johnny Gruesome, Scarecrows, Elves, Krampus Origins, and Overlord.
Wick-Ed Gannon puts on his teaching cap and schools Baker with a feasibility study as our G/host foolishly considers starting his own pro haunt.
Dick Terhune dissects Baker's Big Brain plans for marketing and advertising a start-up haunted attraction.
Music by The Young Werewolves with throat-ripping tracks from their album “Sins of the Past”.
THE DARKEST WEB
Morbid Mariah serves up more tender, juicy morsels of fresh link meat featuring Halloween-inspired holiday decor, horror shows, books, articles, and tattoo art.
MAD PROPS FOR PROPS
We like big booms and we cannot lie. Thunderous mad props for Wallace Manor Haunt’s Civil War cannon and cannoneer.
Until next time — Stay Scary!
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