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Geeking Out About Paranormal Activities
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Alyne Pustanio, an expert in The Occult and paranormal phenomena stops by to talk to us about her experiences with the paranormal. Then, we’ll visit The Witch's Dungeon Classic Movie Museum with its creator Cortlandt Hull.
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GSRS HR 1: The Supernatural with Alyne Pustanio
There are a lot of things in the Supernatural and the occult to be afraid of, and some you should not be afraid of. We explore both with Alyne Pustanio, who is an expert in the unnatural. Then, Daniel Radcliffe talks Deathly Hallows, courtesy of
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GSRS HR 2: The Witch's Dungeon Classic Movie Museum
Cortlandt Hull talks about his love of old horror films, and why he formed a very unique museum dedicated to them. We find out what is inside that museum, about some of the more unique parts of his collection, and how Vincent Price himself contributed. Then, a preview of the upcoming comic conventions.
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The Witches Dungeon
A Museum dedicated to Hollywood Horrors and the history of classic horror films.

Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Alyne Pustanio
Alyne Pustanio is one of the leading paranormal experts in New Orleans and the surrounding region. Unparalleled in her knowledge of the folklore and genuine history of haunted New Orleans, Alyne takes you beyond the “tour gore” and “fakelore” into the real heart of the Most Haunted City in America. Alyne has held audiences spellbound all over the country as an engaging public speaker. A sixth-generation New Orleanian, a descendant of the family of American classical composer Louis Moreau Gottschalk and of Portuguese and Italian immigrants who can trace their lineage back to European Gypsies, many of Alyne’s ancestors were present at very beginning of some of the most notorious events in New Orleans history. It from these first-hand accounts that Alyne has crafted her true and haunting tales of Old New Orleans including The Devil Baby of Bourbon Street, The Black Lady of Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop, The Beast Ramon, Violette The Zombie Child of New Orleans, On The Trail of the Loup Garou, and most especially the story of the notorious Lalaurie House Haunting. In fact, her original sources and research work on the Lalaurie case has earned her the appellation of “Lalaurie Scholar” among many of her peers.

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