John Thunderheart Robinson talks about building community through native flute music. We learn the story of his first vision, which is mostly about saving the pope. Your favorite Wolf Boy talks about his history within the world of Crime Psychics.
Deadman’s Tome Book of Horrors
Deadman’s Tome HORRGASM
Deadman’s Tome Book of Horrors II
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
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.
Chad Lutzke is an author, a family man, and horror fiend.
He has written for Famous Monsters of Filmland, Rue Morgue, Cemetery Dance, and Scream magazine. He’s had a few dozen stories published, and some of his books include: OF FOSTER HOMES & FLIES, WALLFLOWER, STIRRING THE SHEETS, SKULLFACE BOY, and OUT BEHIND THE BARN co-written with John Boden. Lutzke’s work as been praised by authors Jack Ketchum, James Newman, Stephen Graham Jones and his own mother. He can be found lurking the internet at www.chadlutzke.com.
Mr. Deadman and Becky shares their thoughts on BetterHelp scam and Hurricane Michael
Deadman’s Tome podcast features interviews\conversations with award winning authors and promising newcomers as well as other creative minds. The podcast also reflects on pop culture, horror, youtube drama and some news of interest. While the show has a comedic lens to it, sometimes the talk gets very heartfelt and powerful.
Deadman’s Tome is excited to announce a brand new podcast that dives deep into the paranormal by meeting with interesting and brilliant minds in hopes to discover the truth. We present The Medium Hour. A bi-weekly show where your host, Wolf Boy, will explore whether or not certain things are a thing.
The Deadman’s Tome podcast is a live show where guests meet with Mr. Deadman to talk about who they are and what they do.
Monday 9/3/2018 at 9:30PM CST – Ray Garton – The Grand Master of Horror
Wednesday 9/5/2018 at 9:30PM CST – Leo X Robinson – Jesus of Scumburg
Friday 9/7/2018 at 9:30pm CST Deborah Sheldon – The Gym Bunny turned Horror Writer
Catch the new shows here or listen to previous ones.
The Deadman’s Tome podcast starts off with the Queen of Filth, followed by strange creatures with Dan Allen, and then paranormal activity with Tammy Gyarmathy.
Monday at 9:30PM CST – Dani Brown (Queen of Filth)
Wednesday at 9:30PM CST – Dan Allen
Friday at 9:30PM CST – Tammy Gyarmathy (paranormal investigator)
The shows are at 930pm CST, unless stated otherwise.
Monday (7/23) – Lia Scott Price, writer and illustrator of Vampire Guardian Angels, talks about how the darkness relates to artistic expression.
Wednesday (7/25) – Renee DeCamillis, writer featured in The Conspiracy Issue, comes back to go even deeper on Chris Cornell’s alleged suicide.
Friday (7/27) – Paul Heatley, author of The Motel Whore, talks about his writing, inspiration, and other things.