Monthly Archives: October 2010

Pumpkin 2010

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Mondo Diablo Episode 280: Jack Benny with Basil WRATHBONE

On this night, Jack and his adult children pals dress up (Benny as a red devil) and go on a Perchtenwalk to scare their rich neighbors. Basil Rathbone, famous as Sherlock Holmes, is his target. Playlist Jack Benny 1 Alleee … Continue reading

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Mondo Diablo Episode 279: Gruesome O-Mania

Ol’ Shep has some wonderful radio shows about Halloween, but this year, for no reason other than “it’s the first one I found,” I posted this one. Enjoy. Playlist Gruesome O-Mania 1 Alleee1 Verne Langdon * Symphony of Death Vincent … Continue reading

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Mondo Diablo Episode 278: Death Robbery

This is an episode of “Lights Out” starring Boris Karloff. It’s another in my collection of medical procedures that could be seen as almost routine, but in the 30′s and 40′s, they brought about Hell-anxieties. Playlist Death Robbery 1 Alleee … Continue reading

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Mondo Diablo Episode 277: The Dunwich Horror

The Dunwich Horror comes to us from H. P. Lovecraft, who informs us of the origins of Cthulu. You would think that, coming from Massachusetts, Lord Cthulu would be a democrat. Oh well, live and learn. Playlist Dunwich 1 Alleee … Continue reading

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Mondo Diablo Episode 276: Do Whatever You Want; Don’t Mind Me

In case you’re wondering, I saw this video posted on this blog: http://goeagles2u.blogspot.com/ . I don’t know if anyone is entertained by endtimes predictions, but I wouldn’t mind if the blog author saw this on his trackback. This is another … Continue reading

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Mondo Diablo Episode 275 The Edge of Ol’ Man Mose

Happy Mocktober, Everyone. This week, I have the episode “The Edge of Evil,” from “Macabre,” and a lovely array of recordings of one of my favorite spooky songs, “Ol’ Man Mose is Dead.” Interpretation of the words in that song … Continue reading

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