The Spooktator: Changes Are Coming

We’ve been producing episodes of The Spooktator for over a year now and we’ve noticed that there are only so many ways in which we can discuss people tying fishing wire to objects to make them move, photos of dust, illusions on CCTV footage, wanking monkey ghosts, bad hoax photos, and the men who visit Cannock Chase for Black Eyed Kids (and not the dogging, honest.)

One thing we are certain of is how interested (some may say obsessively so,) the whole team are with these fringe subjects, so we’ve decided that going forward the show will focus on an interesting and strange paranormal topic in each episode rather than just odd stuff appearing in the news. Though, the two obviously aren’t mutually exclusive so we’re bound to throw shade at The Daily Express and Mirror on a regular basis, so fear not!

Each episode will be broadcast live on Youtube. This broadcast will be recorded and turned into an audio podcast for those who wish to listen later. You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud (please leave a review, we love you.)  As often as possible, we’ll be joined on the show by expert commentators who can tell us all we need to know about our chosen subject. This will be the case on April 27th when Ben Radford will join The Spooktator team as we ask “What’s the deal with all these Killer Clowns?”

You can watch live here! 

Have a Killer Clown anecdote? Always wanted to ask Radford a question about his research or books? Are you, in fact, a killer clown? Ever do a prank that got out of hand? Get in touch via Facebook or Twitter and you may just get a shout out on the show. If you have a suggestion for a topic we should feature in a future episode we’d love to hear those, too.

We hope you’ll join us on the 27th – we have some awesome upcoming shows planned which we’ll be announcing, but until then remember, spooky is in the eye of the beholder.

-Hayley

 

3 Comments on The Spooktator: Changes Are Coming

  1. Good idea. 🙂

  2. Great idea.

    If it ain’t broke don’t fix it but there’s no harm in improving it.

  3. Great idea. I look forward to hearing the new format! 😀

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