In a Hail Mary pass attempt at keeping our themes fresh at just-less-than-a-year into the podcast, we decided to talk about cursed films in this episode! Cait tells us about a movie that was so (rightfully) cursed that it never got finished, despite several attempts. Then Nick does it all for Damian by covering the bizarre circumstances behind-the-scenes on the set of 1976’s The Omen. Finish it all off with a demonic-looking margarita, and way, WAY too much about sphincters, and you have a Booze + Spirits Podcast!
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We’ve got a guest! We’re almost like a real podcast now! In this episode, Nick and Cait sit down with Amanda R. Woomer of spookeats.com to talk about her haunted restaurant and hotel website, her origin and adventure in hospitality paranormal research, and about her newest book, “The Feminine Macabre”, a compendium journal written exclusively by women in the paranormal field. Afterwards, Cait discusses some of her own haunted restaurant experiences, and creates a spooky yet feminine take on the classic Cosmopolitan.
Unlike most of our episodes, this one was recorded for video first and audio second. To get the extended video version of this episode, head on over to our YouTube page.
Amanda R. Woomer runs the paranormal investigation site spookeats.com. For ordering information on “The Feminine Macabre” or to see submission guidelines for Volume II, click here. To see the rest of Amanda’s books visit Spook-Eats store page.
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