"Spooky Southcoast" for October 5, 2013. We are joined by investigative journalist Laura DiDio, who was the first to interview the Lutzes about their experiences in the Amityville house. She also discusses with us her thoughts on the infamous "Ghost Boy" photo. Later in the program, we play some EVP clips and share our experiences from the previous week's Legend Trips event at Slater Mill.
"Spooky Southcoast" for November 22, 2014. On the 51st anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, we welcome in Jimmy Church of "Fade to Black" on the Dark Matter Radio Network to discuss some of the conspiracy theories surrounding the assassination.
"Spooky Southcoast" for November 15, 2014. Tim and Matt Costa talk with musician and actor Matt Lande ("Grimm," "The Librarians") about his upcoming album and single to benefit cancer research. Then they open the phone lines for the first ever "Supernatural Support Group" edition, offering "Paranormal Therapy" for the listeners.
"Spooky Southcoast" for November 8, 2014. Johnny Houser joins Tim, Matt and Matt (along with special guest co-host John Brightman) to discuss the Villisca Ax Murder house, it's connections to Lizzie Borden, and the recent stabbing at the house.
"Spooky Southcoast" for November 1, 2014. Demonologist and co-founder of NEAR, Keith Johnson, joins us for a bit to discuss the nature of evil and the role it plays in paranormal investigation. We also discuss Rhode Island Comic Con, and get into a debate about the nature of ghosts.
"Spooky Southcoast" for October 25, 2014. Director and co-writer of the new film "Ouija," Stiles White, joins us to discuss the film and it's unique take on the Ouija board legend and lore. Later in the show, we talk about the premiere episode of "Ghost Stalkers" and take calls from the listeners regarding an upcoming edition of Jeff Belanger's "New England Legends" focusing on Fort Taber-Fort Rodman.