Halloween: A Nightmare In Pictures

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As an excuse to both promote the podcast and have a lot of fun, I and the other half of Terror Transmission had a shindig in the area. Usually, I’m a bit wary of staying in town for Halloween because it’s invariably lame and makes me wish I was somewhere else… like going to one of the places I’ve usually visited (out of state) for the observance. This time was, thankfully, very different. Jason and I had a complete blast: costumes, trick-or-treating, games, fine brews, the musical strains of John Carpenter, Goblin, and other spooktacular tunes playing throughout the well-decorated abode, and guests whose company we really enjoyed. We took some pictures and posted them to our Flickr page, but we were having such a good time, we forgot to take all that many. Of course, we were distracted by a sexy Morticia, a hound from Hell, and a three-foot Hulk, so who could remember the camera? Thanks to all who attended, and especially those who have been spreading the word about the podcast around town and elsewhere.

Thanks also to J&H for hosting a great gathering and giving me one of the nicest cards I’ve ever gotten. You two are real pals.

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Matt G. Paradise is Executive Director of Purging Talon, a media company responsible for releasing groundbreaking and often imitated audio, video, print, and Web work since 1993, including the internationally respected Satanic magazine, Not Like Most. Paradise is also a Magister in the Church of Satan and, since the early-1990s, has also done media representative work for the CoS through all major media forms — network television, radio, print publications, and the Internet. He is the author of Bearing The Devil’s Mark, a collection of writings on Satanism; as well as editor of The Book of Satanic Quotations (First and Second Editions). He was also producer and co-host of Terror Transmission, a horror movie commentary podcast; and is currently the producer and host of two podcasts (The Accusation Party and Strange Moments in Cultural History) on The Accusation Network.