Episode 5: Special Edition with Charles D. Moisant & Fundraising The Haunting Tales of Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery

Welcome to a special episode of Weird Web Radio! There’s a Kickstarter campaign going on for a bad ass series of comic books based on the folklore of a haunted cemetery! This episode features Charles D. Moisant talking about art changing lives and real life places becoming art. He’s out fundrasing the campaign to launch […]

Episode 4: Brian K. Morris – Writer & Haunted Comic Tales

Welcome to Weird Web Radio! Episode 4! This episode features Brian K. Morris. Brian is a full-time freelance writer, independent publisher, and consultant.  His best-selling novel is SANTASTEIN: The Post-Holiday Prometheus, a parody of the classic Mary Shelley novel.  He is also the Editor-in-Chief at Silver Phoenix Entertainment, the Midwest’s leading publisher in the fields […]

Weird Web Radio Episode 3: Christopher Alan Smith Talking Icelandic Magic, Undead, Ghosts, Corpse Britches and more!

Welcome to Weird Web Radio! This episode features Christopher Alan Smith,author of Icelandic Magic: Aims, tools and techniques of Icelandic Sorcerers, and also known as The Mad Englishman Wednesday. He’s here to talk about Icelandic magic and the tools of the trade. You also get a trip through lore of the dead, undead, Icelandic Zombies, and […]

Weird Web Radio Episode 2: Audra Linder Paranormal Investigator

Welcome to Weird Web Radio! Audra Linder is a Paranormal Investigator in Lafayette, Indiana. Audra has been out hunting ghosts over  years! Listen in as she shares her years of experience, both the good and bad. Audra goes over gear investigators need, and gives tips to the would be ghost hunters out there getting started. […]

Spooky Short Story Time: A Stone Circle Secret by Lonnie E. Scott

I participated in a scary campfire story challenge way back in the old Internet forum days. I didn’t win. That doesn’t mean it wasn’t fun. In the midst of doing a search for something else, I stumbled upon my post on Mysticwicks from October 7th, 2004. I read through my own tale and found it […]