118 – MONSTERS OF SUMMER

EPISODE 118 THE MONSTERS OF SUMMER

Horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas are the monsters of summer. On episode 118 of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show, the hosts start with a ghost story, playing part one of the Ghosts of Spring Avenue, researched and written by Mister Ghosts of Gettysburg, Mark Nesbitt, from his 8th collection of haunted Gettysburg tales. For years, families have witnessed floating spirits, vanishing figures and phantom lights in the homes and apartments on this old road. English folksinger David Walton narrates the first part of this eerie supernatural story. Then Phil and Fox discuss common themes in horror movies and share another round of clown news! A birthday boy dresses like a clown and lures children with promises of candy. Also, Fox reports on a rash of EVPs broadcasted over Amazon Echoes. Is your Echo malfunctioning or taking requests from the dead? The hosts play another song from The Zombie Dandies, and David Walton narrates Fox’s flash story of alien occupation, Reality TV. Aliens conquer the earth and turn it into a television channel. Send us your summer ghost stories through our website at www.whatareyouafraidofpodcast.com.

Follow us on Twitter:@pfwhatafraidof

Listen for us on PARA-X RADIO at our usual time slot on FRIDAY NIGHTS at 9PM EST.

  MERCY

(A Horror Medical Thriller Novel from Blood Bound Books.)

FANGORIA gives MERCY 3.5 out 4 Skulls – “Dunham has channeled his many brushes with the other side into the exquisitely rendered, lyrical supernatural hospital thriller MERCY.“ READ FULL REVIEW HERE.

Part medical horror, part supernatural suspense, MERCY is a hard-hitting fever dream of a novel. I enjoyed the hell out of it!” ~ Tim Waggoner, author of The Way of All Flesh and Eat The Night

Pain and poetry flow in equal measure through these pages. Dunham’s prose strikes deep and hits all the right notes. MERCY is unforgettably vivid.” ~ David Dunwoody, author of Hell Walks and The 3 Egos

William Saint is dying of cancer. On most days death seems like a humane alternative to the treatment. Stricken with fever, William is rushed to Mercy—notorious as a place to send the sickest of the poor and uninsured to be forgotten—and finds the hospital in even worse condition than his previous visit. The grounds are unkempt, the foundation is cracking, and like the wild mushrooms sprouting from fissures of decay around it, something is growing inside the hospital. Something dark. It’s feeding on the sickness and sustaining itself on the staff, changing them. And now it wants Willie.

This was my death. Life is an addiction.

Love is the only force that is real. Read . . . and understand what I saw. I put it in metaphor. You do not understand what you do not understand.

Author of Mercy – T. Fox Dunham

Buy on Kindle at Amazon Or Buy in Paperback at Amazon DISCLAIMER:

All opinions of guests and content does not reflect the opinions of T. Fox Dunham, Phil Thomas or Para-X Radio.

Music, Art and Author Rights

All music, fiction and material is either used with the permission of the right’s owner or is either public domain or creative commons. The hosts of What Are You Afraid Of? make no profit from the show and do not profit off the intellectual property of others.

“The Chamber” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

“Come and Play with Me” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

Classic Horror 3 by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

Tranquility by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

This House by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

A Ghost Story by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

Now A Nuclear Animal Rules by The Zombie Dandies is licensed under a Attribution License

Moonlight Reprise by Kai Engel is licensed under a Attribution License

©focalpoint – Can Stock Photo Inc