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Renee DeCamillis meets with Mr. Deadman to chat about her story, Sunshower Death, and the conspiracy it’s inspired by, Chris Cornell’s suicide. On May 18, 2017, Chris Cornell died. The official narrative is suicide by hanging. But that story has left many of his beloved fans asked questions, finding things that just don’t seem to add up to the story. The gaps in time, Chris’ intoxicated performance, the discrepancy in the toxicology report and autopsy are just a few pieces of evidence that lead to more questions.
Are the fans involved in #truthforchris and #justiceforchris searching for the truth behind the official narrative, or are they looking for someone to blame because they couldn’t believe he died from suicide by hanging.
Mark Deloy is the author of the novels Life Suspended and The Ghosts of Silence as well as dozens of stories in various anthologies. His novel The Southern House will be published in the summer of 2018 from Hellbound Books. He lives and writes in middle Tennessee. This is also where most of his paranormal fiction is based. He is currently working on his next novel, The Cult of the Angel Eaters. An interview with the author and several other Authors can be found on Zombiepalooza Radio
Lisa is the CEO of Stitched Smile Publications, the owner of Darque Halo Designs, the Publisher’s Liaison for the Horror Writers Association, and also volunteers as a mentor to other authors.
You can read Lisa’s in the following collections: HYDROPHOBIA: CHARITY ANTHOLOGY FOR HOUSTON (victims of Hurricane Harvey), ATZ: THE GATHERING HORDE, and in Kevin J. Kennedy’s COLLECTED HORROR SHORTS (Christmas, and Easter editions).
Tammy Gyarmathy talks about her experience as a paranormal investigator and Mr. Deadman tried to channel a ghost. Tammy has lots of experience with the paranormal ranging from personal experience to working with Ghost Adventures. Tammy tries to turn a skeptic and a clown into believers, but does she succeed?
Learn about the Most SHocking Murders of 2018 and of Google’s underground sex brothel. Apparently, Google was too busy virtue signaling with #metoo and Trump bashing to realize that they have plenty of wolves within their walls. Wolves that were doing a whole lot of ass grabbing and Bill Clinton like things.
S R Jones is a writer of science fiction and fantasy. Born in London, he was raised on the Welsh borders and is now more or less settled in the South of England. He currently shares his living space with four corn snakes, to whom he reads all his work prior to publication. So far, none of the snakes have left any reviews, so it’s impossible to know whether or not they appreciate this.
We talk about horror, writing, Castlevania, and Resident Evil.
Andrew J. Rausch is a film critic, author, and celebrity interviewer, as well as film producer, screenwriter, and actor. He had written or co-written nearly 20 books on the subject of popular culture, including Turning Points in Film History, Making Movies with Orson Welles (w/Gary Graver), and The Films of Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro. He is the screenwriter of the motion picture Dahmer vs. Gacy and the author of three novels, The Suicide Game, Riding Shotgun, and Elvis Presley, CIA Assassin.
Bram Stoker Award® winner John Palisano’s short fiction has appeared in many places. Check out: Dark Discoveries, Horror Library, Darkness On The Edge, Lovecraft eZine, Phobophobias, Terror Tales, Harvest Hill, Halloween Spirits, Chiral Mad, Midnight Walk, Halloween Tales, and many other publications.
Logan Paul wants to fight in the UFC? Why? Why does Logan Paul, a man that earned fame from Vine and YouTube, want to go into the octagon? Joe Rogan is cool with the idea, which seems crazy to me.