SFR 351: The Podcast That Dreaded Sundown

–Last week we talked about where the legend of poisoned Halloween candy comes from. This week we talk about a razor blade found in Trick-or-Treat candy by a 14yo girl in Reynoldsburg, OH.
–It’s the season of the pumpkin…and Bobby’s neighborhood had some of their Jack-o-Lanterns smashed.
–A review of Fear: Buried Alive, a live television special on A&E, which explored common fears within the context of immersion therapy.
plague doctor–We talk about our own fears and phobias, as well as some of those revealed by our audience. Fear of heights, flying, spiders…and even exploding toilets!
–Shootings You May Have Missed (And Some You Didn’t) includes a recent incident where a newly licensed concealed carrier shoots himself in the leg in a movie theater.
–The New York Times editorial board entitled, “The Concealed Carry Fantasy,” that breaks down the hundreds of people killed by concealed carry permit holders in non-self defense related incidents.
–We break down the viral video involving Deputy Fields throwing an uncooperative female student across the floor, and get into the student walkout that occurred after he was fired.
–Presidential candidate Ben Carson tweets a defense of his inexperience by saying that, “..amateurs built the Ark and it was the professionals that built the Titanic.”
–An exorcism (of a house, anyway) aired on live television Friday night. We review this Destination America special entitled, appropriately enough, “Exorcism: Live!”
–Bobby is off to Florida in a few days. See you in 3 weeks!



About Jason Korbus

Friend, family member, possible werewolf. I co-host Strange Frequencies Radio, blog at Confidential Korbus, and generally walk among the weird. When I'm not doing busywork, I can usually be found with my nose in a book, my eyes glued to a glowing screen, or my ears tuned to The Ramones.
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One Response to SFR 351: The Podcast That Dreaded Sundown

  1. Slim says:

    Something to consider, also- the news only covers shootings where people are actually reported injured/dead. I live in a small city, about five miles from my alma mater, and Sunday night there were bouts of gunfire right in front of the central building on campus. Nobody was reported injured, so it’s not going to make national news… scary. I guarantee there are more shootings and attempted shootings than we hear about.

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