Darkworkers Live Creators Bring Blood, Gore and Murder Porn to Christina George’s Paranormal Connections Radio

Christina George is a nice person. Most of the guests she invites to appear on her Paranormal Connections Radio program want to do their part for the greater good. On Monday, October 30, she will fete the purveyors of the better bad. Sorceress Cagliastro hasn’t aged a day since she began serious studies into blood magic. Horror Queen Mylo Carbia’s novels avenged sexual assault with the gore served cold, while witness protection assistant Elizabeth “Lady Satan” Aston, heats the blood to a boil as the Dead Sexy current Elvira. Crime investigator Wayne Darwen’s work went so dark, South Park coined a term for it, murder porn. These will be the first four guests on Darkworkers Live, created by Marie Bargas and Tony Sokol, to balance the beliefs of a bunch of dead lightworkers.

orbThe Hollywood Witch, Marie Bargas, was a renowned and respected bride-maker who chanted to the full spectrum of the pantheon of Hindu deities to bring beauty, and fashion, into the world. So committed to that ideal, she created Style Coven, a publicity firm which employs magical workers to work their media magic for other magical workers. 14585262_10153940486737742_1939676925_nThat was, until she was corrupted by the “gangster geek” of  Den of Geek, Tony Sokol. Sokol made his bones throwing up dark rituals to the ugliness of nihilism in New York City’s original Vampyr Theatre, La Commedia del Sangue. He also was the star writer of the last bastion of the most desperate holdover of dangerous Gonzo print journalism, NYC’s Alt Variety.

Bargas was lauded for declaring Brad and Angie as the new Liz and Dick and predicting Moonlight would in the Best Picture Oscar during her first appearance on NBC’s Extra! Sokol was chided for dropping tabs of acid to write a series of articles celebrating Hunter S. Thompson. The Godfather of Gonzo journalists also inspired Wayne Darwen to put a first-person voice to .44 caliber crime reporting.

Darwen produced the first sit-down interview with Son of Sam killer David Berkowitz. Currently the head writer of an Emmy-nominated daily crime series, Darwen started as the “wild child” of the Australian bureau of A Current Affair, along with journalist Steve Dunleavy. Robert Downey Jr. squeezed the two of them into one for his portrayal of Wayne Gale in the cult film classic Natural Born Killers. In the book Quentin Tarantino: The Cinema of Cool by Jeffrey Dawson, Oliver Stone says bigger-than-life character was too big for second billing in Quentin Tarantino’s original script.

“Mickey and Mallory were stick figures … supporting characters,” Stone said in the book. “It was mostly about Wayne Gale and jokes about Wayne Gale and his crew. All his crew had an identity, you know. It was cute stuff,” but Stone “really didn’t want to make the movie about Wayne Gale.” Since then, the former “wild child” sacrificed to America’s cutest killer couple made his own cult movie about drug-addled celebrity, High There.

22690121_10210730622250117_112676785_oMylo Carbia’s debut novel, The Raping of Ava DeSantis, premiered at number 1 when it was published. Her follow-up, Violets Are Red, is about an aging Manhattan housewife who captures her husband’s young mistress and quietly keeps her prisoner in the basement. Carbia is ranked 7th in “The Top 10 Horror Writers Alive Today” and among “The Top 250 Most Influential Authors” by Richtopia.com. She grew up in a haunted house and makes most of her living in the way of the unliving, as a ghost writer on horror films. She also scares other writers straight into the very blood of scary screenplays with panel discussions and classes.

22855533_10155854323980842_1922334407_nElizabeth Aston, aka “Lady Satan,” is Dead Sexy, like the ghost hunting show she produces. The Hauntrepreneur will be releasing her first posthumous album, produced by Kim Fowley. The She-Beast is an underground fixture in Los Angeles at night, she unearths dark truths on her Sonicbox broadcasts and buries secrets of the infamous Jim Rose Circus sideshow.

One of the foremost teachers of necromancy, Science of Sorcery creator Sorceress Cagliastro, is the foremost living expert on Blood Sorcery. She has written 43 books on the intricacies of Blood Sorcery from “the science of self-vivisection to the combination of SORCERESS CAGLIASTROsexual fluids and magnetics.” Most famous for her 2011 work in the mummification of pets, the former forensic reconstructionist says magical knowledge is in her blood, passed down from in her Sicilian DNA. Her students call her “the Kessler of Sorcery” because Cagliastro’s magic is rooted in science.

Marie and Tony will also serve up a new paranormal team to Christina, already branded as delicious on Tony’s last appearance. 3 Fold Paranormal are three psychically gifted girls – Julia Siracusa, Vanessa Hogle and Rachel Rodbell – who came together to find answers on “The Legend Of Cropsey” on Staten Island, and stayed for the coffee and cookies.

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Christina has been a professional paranormal investigator for over over 15 years, “Five years on my own, five years on another team and 5 years with my own team,” she details. She has done hundreds of cases including missing persons and unsolved murders. George is working on a book about her life as a Psychic and Investigating the Paranormal which will be out this winter you can find her on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/paranormalinvestigator916 and her group at www.facebook.com/groups/P.P.R.S.Paranormal.

Paranormal Connections Radio is a live show that takes questions from listeners, who can call in to 504-273-7379 or on the on their Paltalk chat room.

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