RAS #351 – Old Time Horror VIII

RAS #351 - Old Time Horror VIII

On the podcast this week we continue the Month Of Spooky with, Old Time Horror VIII starring Jim Harold. Jim joins us to talk about old time radio, listen to a classic story about the walking dead, and discuss the facts about zombies and just how real they are. Jim Harold is a world-class podcaster. In addition to his free podcasts at JimHarold.com, Jim also hosts a series of premium podcasts on the supernatural and related subjects at JimHaroldPlus.com.

OTR Story – The Walking Dead

Creeps by Night was an American old-time radio horror program. It was broadcast on the Blue Network in 1944. Our story comes from later in the series after Boris Karloff had left the show. The story is about a plantation owner and his troubles with the Zombie population. It is called The Walking Dead and first aired on May 16th, 1944

Anything You Can Do and The Month of Spooky: We are not playing new chapters of Anything You Can Do by Randall Garrett during The Month Of Spooky.  It will return in November. For those of you who can’t wait for more of the novel. I will be updating the Anything You Can Do homepage each week with new chapters introduced by Mark Nelson himself. Also, on a side note, after we finish the book, Mark Nelson will be coming on the show to talk about it. I am excited about that!

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