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Devishly Good Podcast

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Devishly Good Podcast

    Roleplaying Being Hitched to the Rona

    Roleplaying Being Hitched to the Rona

    Steve got hitched on Halloween during the pandemic and is playing tabletop role-playing games with his kid.







    Yes, kind of a synopsis of this show. I just ran down some of the events that happened since the last shows in the feed. Also George may or may not have killed someone. We have part one of that sketch here. The rest will come on the next show.







    Steve did get married on Halloween and thanks everyone who got his wife and him a gift. Also thanks to those who were able to make the ceremony albeit a virtual experience for most.







    Music







    * Falling Blind - Modest Opinion* Scream Inc. - Higher And Higher* STEEP - Forbidden

    • 49 min
    Halloween Special - VooDooWeen 2010

    Halloween Special - VooDooWeen 2010

    Happy Halloween ghasts and ghouls! Another Halloween classique from the depths of our catacombs to your earballs! Seeing I am getting hitched on Halloween I am giving you one last treat while I am currently getting hitched!







    This episode comes from 2010 which is one of the last few shows I did before the show was laid to rest and resurrected four years later.

    • 1 hr 27 min
    Halloween Special: Undead Halloweenies from 2007

    Halloween Special: Undead Halloweenies from 2007

    Happy Halloween Kiddies! This Halloween I am getting hitched so I wanted to treat you by tricking you into listening to an old classique show from 2007 I believe. Yes the EARLY days of the show!







    Enjoy! And keep an eye on the feed for another show coming on Halloween itself! Another oldie but moldy for you ghasts and ghouls!

    • 2 hr 14 min
    Strange Things Afoot On This Halloween Special

    Strange Things Afoot On This Halloween Special

    It's our Halloween Special 2020, where we go back to Steve and Kim's stay at the Salem Inn in Salem, MA, which is known to be haunted by three ghosts!







    Introduction







    Halloween is all about the spooky stuff, so let's dive into our own Halloween style ghost related story.







    In January (I know not Halloween, but this was pre-covid too which makes Halloween investigation tougher), Kimmie and I spent a night at the Salem Inn. More specific, in room 17 of the West Cogswell House at 7 Summer Street in Salem, MA. It is also known as the most haunted room at the inn.







    History







     The West Cogswell House, was built in 1834 by Nathaniel West. West was one of the preeminent sea captains and merchants in Salem.







    The house would later become home to Union Civil War general, Williams Cogswell. Cogswell, would go on to serve as the 16th Mayor of Salem, and was later elected as the city’s 19th Mayor as well.







    Salem has one of the most visited Halloween celebrations which sadly, this year all of them were canceled, but hopefully this location will prevail still!







    Legend







    Legend has it that Room 17 of the Salem Inn, is perhaps the most haunted room the inn has to offer. But, who is it haunted by? That in itself is a mystery, the ghost of Room 17, is believed to be a woman. Some have dubbed her Elizabeth, perhaps a reference to Nathaniel West’s wife, who famously divorced him for his extramarital affairs. Although, others refer to the spirit as Katherine.







    According to a psychic who visited the Salem Inn, she claims that Room 17 is indeed haunted, haunted by the ghost of a woman who was killed by her husband. This betrayal by her husband, has led to her spirit’s ill treatment of any man who stays in the room.







    Doing some research on the Elizabeth connection to the house, I was only able to find information on the infamous divorce case between Nathaniel and Elisabeth which she paraded in about a dozen of the prostitutes her husband had slept with during their marriage. She even offered to pay some to claim paternity to their children to help her case. The reason for all this was for her to keep land that she inherited. Back then any land inherited by a woman would go to the husband when they divorced and the husband would only pay a settled amount in alimony to the woman for living expenses. 







    This was the only connection to an Elizabeth I could find, sadly. So the mystery of who these women that haunt the property? 







    There is no record of a murder that points to the Inn, however this could be in news archives that have not been digitized for internet retrieval. And sadly due to the pandemic and financial restrictions, I cannot travel back to Salem to do the manual research.







    The legends also state that usually when a man does spend the night in 17, the ghost known as Elizabeth will become quite active in order to disrupt their sleep. She achieves this by causing loud noises in the closet, and stomping around the room. But, don’t fret as there is supposedly a way to win favor with her. It’s been said, if you leave a tumbler of whiskey, or any alcohol for that matter, she just may leave you to a restful night of sleep.







    According to members of the staff, there are three ghosts who roam the inn. But it sounds to me there are probably a few more. Obviously, the star of the show is the ghostly woman in Room 17, but who are the other two? Well, the second spirit, isn’t so much of a who, as it is believed to be the ghost of a cat.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Moving On and Out

    Moving On and Out

    Why don't you just move on, already? Steve is tired of the b******t he is still getting from people online but he's moving on. This will be THE LAST TIME he even mentions it. The only reason he brought it up here is because he was mentioned on one of the podcasts that inspired him to start his own.







    Out with the Old







    Steve confronts the characters with Kimmie proving that she is really real and around. And decides to kill off two of the old characters from future shows. So long Peter and Travis!







    Also George may or may not be evil.







    Since our last show...







    Steve and Kimmie have been spending time together traveling and planning things for a place of their own. We traveled to Indiana to hang out with some friends over Memorial Day weekend. It was great hanging out with some again, and also meeting some for the first time. Steve had a shot with Jacoby Ray and Jacoby tried to make it weird, of course. But, Steve played the stooge for him a little too good.







    Moving soon







    I announce that Kimmie and I are moving into a new house soon. This is a big step forward for the both of us being on our own with a place we are going to make our own. Bigger space for the studio, too!







    Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired







    We cover the two mentions on Nobody Likes Onions that Steve got because the group of people he used to hang online with just won't drop the fact that he's moved on to bigger and better things. Lies are squashed and explanations have been made.







    Moving Forward







    The show will be recorded in multiple parts going forward. Sometimes in one day. Sometimes it may take the whole weekend to crank out some shows. This way Steve can take time off and a show will post automatically. Steve is re-thinking the bonus side of the Podcast. He may switch back to Patreon or re-structure the levels on the site itself. Only time will tell.







    Music This Week:







    * Leo Moraccioli - I'm Still Standing* STEEP - Let Me Go* Jon Lajoie - Too Old For Tik Tok* Benevolent Like Quietus - Mad World

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Luchadores, Klansman and Food Fights (oh my)

    Luchadores, Klansman and Food Fights (oh my)

    Luchadores and Klansmen at the stores? A Food Fight? What is Steve talking about? Is he becoming a Luchadore Klansman in an Epic Food Fight? Find out!







    Sorry for the quick show, but life has been kinda throwing curveballs at us and we've been a bit busy with looking for a place of our own and maintaining our sanity during this pandemic.







    Show favorite and local musician, Dr. Westchesterson had lost both of his parents due to COVID-19 in the past few weeks. Our hearts go out to him and his family for they're loss. After his father passed, he wrote a song which we played.







    Enter the Food Fight: Civil War! We line up foods from the North and the South and we're leaving the choices to the listeners to decide who will take dominance over the food? Will the south rise up against the northern tastebuds? Will The north reign supreme and free your tongues!







    This will be a single elimination game with sixteen contenders fighting dominance in each bracket category.







    Food Fight Categories







    * The Sweet Stuff - sweet beverages, desserts, or dishes.* Stay Savory Y'all - Savory dishes to give you a good umami feeling.* You Salty Dog! - Salty dishes when sweet doesn't quite do it for you.







    Vote for your favorites at our site!







    The Contenders For The Sweet Spot







    Moxie v. Dr. Pepper







    Moxie was the first carbonated beverage made in America its distinctive flavor is popular throughout the New England area of the U.S. since 1876. The drink was made in Lowell, MA and is the official drink of Maine.







    Dr. Pepper was created in Waco, TX in 1880 but not sold nationally until 1904. It's 23 flavors makes it a distinct beverage. And although the urban legend started in the 1930's, it does not contain prune juice according to the company.







    Birch Beer vs. Sarsaparilla







    Birch Beer is made from the oils from the black birch tree. A very popular drink in the Northeastern states. One of the well known companies that makes it is Polar Beverage Co. which is headquartered in Worcester, MA.







    Sarsaparilla was originally made from a blend of birch oil and sassafras, the dried root bark of the sassafras tree. It's a very distinct flavored beverage primarily popular in the south.







    Coffee Milk vs. Sweet Tea







    Coffee milk is a drink made by mixing coffee syrup or coffee extract and milk together in a manner similar to chocolate milk. It is the official state drink in Rhode Island.







    Sweet tea is a popular style of iced tea commonly consumed in the south. Sweet tea is regarded as an important regional staple item in the cuisine of the South. The availability of sweet tea in restaurants and other establishments is popularly used as an indicator to gauge whether an area can be considered part of the South.It's not unusual to find sweet tea with a sugar level as high as 22 brix which is twice as much as Coca-Cola.







    Brown Bread vs. Gingerbread







    New England or Boston brown bread is a type of dark, slightly sweet steamed bread (usually a quick bread) popular[citation needed] in New England. It is cooked by steam in a can, or cylindrical pan.







    Boston brown bread's colour comes from a mixture of flours, usually a mix of several of the following: cornmeal, rye, whole wheat, graham flour, and from the addition of sweeteners like molasses and maple syrup. Leavening most often comes from baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) though a few recipes use yeast. Raisins are often added. The batter is poured into a can,

    • 49 min

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@ThatRandyThompson ,

He lies

KIMMIE does wear the pants. Lol, LYF

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Keep your head up!

Nice guy. Interesting podcast. Love it when someone is doing what they love to do.

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Boring

Boring talk about people you don’t know. Cool story Bro.

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