Ultrasonic Alarm Call Episode 13: Terror For Blood Town

Be afraid! Because this is a Very Special Halloween episode of Ultrasonic Alarm Call, prairie dog‘s most sanity shattering podcast.

We begin our chilling audio adventure with an examination of the recently exhumed and reanimated lecture series, Chicken & Wine, and learn a terrible truth about nasal irrigation.

From there, we brave the existential horror that is the City of Regina’s Ideas Fair. Oh, the many mind-blistering mysteries we unearth about our city’s future!

And as if that’s not enough, Shane finishes off his 31 Days Of Monstrous Horror…. with an axe! Then we ask, what film was so terrifying, so gut-manglingly demented that even our Maestro of the Macabre Movie wouldn’t dare include it in his series of sinister cinema? Listen in to find out.

We end things off with a cavalcade of very pleasant interviews with several of the agreeable folk who partook of the Ideas Fair festivities. It’s so amiable and uplifting, it’s almost nausea inducing.

Ultrasonic Alarm Call 13 – Terror For Blood Town: At the table, Carle Steel, Shane Hnetka and me as your guest host. Music by the Lazy MKs. Runtime: 40 min bone-chilling dread, 7 min 30 sec mild jitters.

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Author: Paul Dechene

Paul Dechene is 5'10'' tall and he was born in a place. He's not there now. He's sitting in front of his computer writing his bio for this blog. He has a song stuck in his head. It's "Girl From Ipanema", thanks for asking. You can follow Paul on Twitter at @pauldechene and get live updates during city council meetings and other city events at @PDcityhall.