Necronomicast covers the horror movies of Hollywood
and the true events that inspire what we see in the darkened theater.
With our late night conversations, we uncover the world of horror movies, the paranormal, cryptozoology, true crime, and beyond with film makers, actors, authors, and experts in the field.
Episode 200 Nick Groff "Death Walker"
Welcome to Episode 200 of The Necronomicast! For this milestone, I have the pleasure of welcoming to the program world renowned paranormal investigator, NICK GROFF!
The world has gotten to know Nick from the television programs "Ghost Adventures", "Ghosts of Shepherdstown", and "Paranormal Lockdown". Tonight, get to know another side of Nick as we talk about his life, his passions, and what drives his inextinguishable spirit.
Nick will share the story behind his new series "Death Walker" and much more during this exclusive late night conversation on the 200th episode of The Necronomicast!
Episode 199 "Behind The Horror" with Dr. Lee Mellor
My guest tonight for a late night conversation is Dr. Lee Mellor, PhD. He is a Canadian bestselling author, criminologist, and profiler specializing in homicide and sex crimes. He is also an accomplished singer-songwriter.
The focus of our conversation is his recent book that was tailor made for this show..."Behind the Horror, True Stories That Inspired Horror Movies"
We will talk about the real life events that inspired movies like Jaws, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, M: A City Searches For a Murderer, Psycho, The Exorcist, Silence of the Lambs, and more.
As the chair of the American Investigative Society of Cold Cases' academic committee, Mellor has reviewed unsolved homicides in Pennsylvania, Missouri, Ohio, and London, submitting offender profiles and recommendations to numerous police agencies.
So dim the lights, settle in, and enjoy this late night conversation with Dr Lee Mellor!
Episode 198 "Song of Dance and Death" with Troy Taylor
My guest tonight for this episode of the Necronomicast is true crime and paranormal historian and bestselling author Troy Taylor!
Together, we will uncover frightening tales from the history of music, from the days of gregorian chants, classical composers, and turn of the century blues men. Explore the curses, murders, and brushes with the supernatural throughout time. Did Jim Morrison fake his own death?
Join along as we uncover some of rock-n-roll’s most horrific murders, and infamous and little-known twists of fate as we discuss Troy's book:
A SONG OF DANCE AND DEATH: MAGIC, MURDER, MAYHEM AND THE DIABOLICAL NOTES OF THE DEVIL’S MUSIC!
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Episode 197 "A Tangled Web" with Leslie Rule
My guest tonight for this episode of the Necronomicast is bestselling true crime author Leslie Rule!
I didn't have to look far to bring you the story of the most bizarre love triangle that is too convoluted to believe. It all takes place here, in Omaha, Nebraska.
It is the sorted story of sex, lies, murder, cyber-stalking, all wrapped up and tucked into bed with a missing person case.
If you saw the recent 20/20 special on ABC featuring this case, be prepared to go even deeper in this late-night conversation with the author of "A Tangled Web" Leslie Rule.
"A Tangled Web" is available in hardcover now and will be released on paperback on March 30th!
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(Music Credit: "A Web, Tangled" by Brian Corey)
Episode 196 "Punk Rock Paranormal" with John E. L. Tenney
John E.L. Tenney is one of the most well-recognized and highly sought-after investigators of UFO, Paranormal, and Occult phenomena in America. He has been actively involved in the field of anomalistic, conspiratorial, occult, UFOlogical, and paranormal research for over 30 years. Over those past 30 years, more than 100,000 people have attended one of John’s signature “Weird Lectures” in person and millions have experienced his unique approach in film, on television, in print, and online.
He is also an accomplished artist, humorist, and musician. We will talk about our different experiences in the world of punk rock and how that shaped our world view.
Real life exorcisms, ghosts, bigfoot, UFOs, life, death, and why Kid Rock is not to be trusted.
WHAT YOU THINK IS WEIRD IS WEIRDER THAN YOU THINK!
Episode 195 "Trial By Fire" and The Station Nightclub Fire with Scott James
On February 20, 2003, one of the deadliest fires in American history took place at the Station Nightclub in West Warwick, Rhode Island. The pandemonium started when the band Great White's pyrotechnics ignited the nightclub, killing 100 people and devastating the lives of hundreds more.
My guest tonight is bestselling author and three-time Emmy Award-winning journalist Scott James, whose new book, Trial By Fire investigates all the central figures with firsthand accounts, interviews, and court documents.
Scott explores the rush to judgment about what happened that left the victims, their families, and a community desperate for justice.
Although the fire itself lasted minutes, the search for the truth would take years. TRIAL BY FIRE: A Devastating Tragedy, 100 Lives Lost, and a 15-Year Search for Truth with my guest Scott James.
Interview wtih Mark Pettit
Brian Corey's interview with Mark Pettit about the John Joubert case was fantastic. The interview was really interesting, and it made me want to go read Pettit's book again. Fascinating interview.
Interview with Mark Petit
I really enjoyed the interview with Mark at regarding the John Joubert case. I found it very fascinating and interesting listening to him and ended up ordering the book off Amazon. I can't wait for it to arrive to read it. Living in Bellevue now especially has me thinking about it more. This was the first time I listened to your show and I really enjoyed it. Great start for season seven and I look forward to listening in the future.
Love it, love everything about it! -The Podcast in the Woods