Episode 017- Taboo Texts: Horror in Print

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Movies last a couple of hours, but you spend significant time with a book. 

Reading is a direct upload of words that transition into your own images that go right to your brain.  It can be powerful.

And horror books let you live with the scare and the thrill for days!

In this episode I talk about my love of reading, and how horror stories and books from the library deepened my love of horror, and helped me get to know myself.

Books were my salvation…and my corruption!

 

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Topics Discussed:

#horror

#HorrorLiterature

#HorrorMovies

#PetSematary

#StephenKing

#AlfredHitchcock

#RoaldDahl

#TheBirds

#DaphneDuMaurier

#TheExorcist

#WilliamPeterBlatty

#AgainDangerousVisions

#HarlanEllison

#RayNelson

 

 

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