Demons in Seattle Uncovered: A Real Witch Reviews the Documentary

However rough shod this piece is put together, you have to watch it to the end because Keith and Don alongside parapsychologist Steve Mera and independent observer, Nick Kyle, FEEL authentic.  If that’s acting, they all deserve Academy Awards.

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Celebrated Vampire Chihuahua – Fifi L’amour Joins E2 Podcast

After a stunning debut last year as a style icon and brand image, the world famous, “Vampire Chihuahua” known in some vampire circles as “Goddess Fifi” returns to the airwaves with her bark and not her bite to the delight of her many fans! When asked about her absence from a recent E2 promo video,…

‘Weird Things Happening,’ Brian Cano of Haunted Collector Says After One Night in Horsefly Chronicles House as Paranormal Energies Hack National Ghost Hunting Day

By Tony Sokol and Maria Deal “Weird things” plagued the transmission of National Ghost Hunting Day on September 30th, 2017. The event was supposed to bring together paranormal investigators from around the globe in a lighthearted competition among peers. But they weren’t the only ones to RSVP. We can’t say these were uninvited guests who…

Morgellons, A Crime of Silence [EXCLUSIVE]

Originally posted on Tony Sokol Live … and undead:
By Tony Sokol Cult Filmmaker Vanity Styles Captures Chemtrails on Camera then grows fibrous Morgellons Vanity Styles had no intention of being in the middle of a controversial chemical conspiracy. The only things the adult entertainer and filmmaker ever expected to occasionally see popping out unexpectedly was…

The 1960s National Anthem Sign off Conspiracy

By Scary Carrie A strange conspiracy surfaced over the internet within the past seven years and every once in a while, it tends to resurrect itself within the YouTube crowd.  Anyone who lived in the 1960s knows that most broadcasting networks would “sign off” of their nightly programming by broadcasting a reel playing the National…

Wild Women of Planet Wongo Are Seducing New York City

By Tony Sokol In the tradition of The Vampire Lesbians of Sodom and The Rocky Horror Show comes a new set of alien invaders with campy sensual intent. Wild Women of Planet Wongo, the 60s sci-fi immersive musical comedy from Not Too Fancy Productions, which blasted off in Brooklyn last year, landed at Parkside Lounge…