Eric Dwinnels and guest cohost Tom Cole are back and this time
they are discussing two American cryptids (mysterious creatures of
unknown origin): The Jersey Devil and The Dover Demon!
The Jersey Devil has reportedly been seen for over 200 years in/around the New Jersey Pine Barrens and has even been known to venture into other states. But just what is this bizarre winged creature? Demon child or pure myth?
Then the topic moves on to a creature spotted in the late 70's in Dover, MA. On the same night, two teens witnessed the same unidentifiable creature walking along the side of the road. One boy even chased it into the woods...and that's when things really got scary for him!
Other topics covered on this episode include Tom's upcoming comedy gigs, Eric's continuing run with the musical HAIR and his unintentionally offending Tom's wife, bad dreams, and Eric's recent trip to NJ to meet a legendary performer.
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Due to conflicting schedules, Eric is forced to host this episode SOLO! Tonight he'll teach you all about early America's Vampire Panic (focused mostly in New England). We'll talk about the most famous suspected American vampire, Mercy Brown, and try to figure out why so many Yankees came to believe in vampires in the first place. We'll also talk about where the myth of the American vampire came from as well as signs of vampirism and how to destroy a vampire. Don't miss this exciting, experimental, double digits episode of Spooky A S!
Tonight we visit 19th century London to learn about the strange case of Spring-Heeled Jack! Jack was a demon-like creature said to leap out and attack with claw-like metal hands. It was also said that he could leap unnatural distances and spit blue flames! This creature has allegedly been spotted in/around London since the 1830's and reports of modern sightings still pop up today. So is this truly a demon from hell...or was it simply a prank that turned into an urban legend?
Eric Dwinnells and guest cohost Tom Cole discuss all this as well as why there aren't any steam punk Spring Heeled Jack cosplayers ou there tonight on Spooky A S!
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