Horror authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas dedicate this episode of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Podcast to the many international holidays that celebrate death. Part of their countdown to Halloween—and the countdown is nearly complete!

Phil & Fox share this episode with special guests Mark Wenger & Dan Doran: directors, scriptwriters and producers of the popular Indie horror film, Terrortory. This delightful and low-budget movie is available on Amazon Prime for free until Nov 1st. The third of their trio, Kevin Kangas, was unavailable but has sent a written interview for the podcast website. The film was produced by Kangas Khan Films and makeup was done by Original Sin FX. The movie is an anthology of urban legends—a lot of slashers and monsters including a pumpkin-head guy, a sad silent clown and a killer drone—set in the woods of Maryland. Mark & Dan talk about their inspiration, filming style, setbacks making the film and give advice for new filmmakers. They offer listeners a special discount on purchases from Kangas Khan Films, but you have to listen to find out how to get it!


Fox continues Clown News, giving you the latest update on the clown invasion. The clown march is canceled. This is getting out of hand!

Special paranormal correspondent & occult scholar, Katie ‘Montana’ Jordan of returns to talk about the Latin holiday, Day of the Dead or El Día de los Muertos. Listen to the podcast to learn about this rich tradition celebrated in Mexico, Central & South America. Don’t forget your candy skulls! Katie also shares a true ghost story she learned from a guide at the notorious underground tunnels of Portland: The Sad Baby.

“Maybe souls really do come back more prominently this time of the year.” Katie Jordan.


They feature another true ghost story from author Suzanne Madron who lives in supernatural central, Gettysburg. Shadows Strange & the Thing in the Yard tells the story of a haunting in her home, narrated by British folksinger, David Walton.

The hosts end the show in the spirit of El Día de los Muertos  with the Latino group, The Cuban Cowboys, who perform the open license song, The Devil’s Dance. The cover art is from José Guadalupe Posada (1851–1913). More information about this artist can be found on the podcast website. Now make sure to leave an extra plate of dinner for your deceased loved ones with a trail of rose petals to lead them to the table from the grave during this vibrant holiday celebrating life and death.


The Devil’s Dance by Cuban Cowboys is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.

“The Chamber” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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“Come Play With Me” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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