A few years ago Jason Dowd and myself created a new podcast called The Horror Express. The idea behind it was that we would talk about all things horror and paranormal related. This was all done aboard a phantom ghost train run by the conductor. At first we didn’t know how well it would be received so we included these shows as part of the Ron’s Amazing Stories line-up. Jason and I loved doing these, but with our schedules it was difficult to do the hour and half programs. Add to the pot the post production that went into them we made only 21 episodes. We tried to do a shorter version of the podcast, but these just did not work. So, we came up with a new concept called The Paranormal With Jason. There are two completed episodes available.
We did not want to let The Horror Express die so we have donated these shows to the public domain and have posted them on Archive.org. There you will find all 21 of them waiting to be heard and enjoyed. You will find such topics as Black Eyed Kids, Vampires, and even Haunted Dolls. We are hoping to do more episodes, but for now the Horror Express is holding ground in the haunted trainyard.
You can listen to The Horror Express here – https://archive.org/details/TheHorrorExpress
Thank you to everyone that made these shows possible,
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