Manage episode 294673794 series 2295409
Amanda and Sarah offer dives into celebrity conspiracy theories and a London ghoul supreme. Amanda spreads some hot goss about famous people thought to be vamps, fakes, or murderers. Sarah goes full WHO IS SHE on Jinney (Jenny, or Jennie) Bingham, a 1600s folkloric figure and possible witch. Other subjects covered include duping makeover shows, avoiding ticks, and being horny for Tony Danza.
Amanda recommends the Aussie horror film Next of Kin and the book The Return by Rachel Harrison. She does not recommend the new film The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.
- The Adaptation of Folklore and Tradition (Folklorismus) Author(s): Venetia J. Newall Source: Folklore , 1987, Vol. 98, No. 2 (1987), pp. 131-151 Published by: Taylor & Francis, Ltd. on behalf of Folklore Enterprises, Ltd. Stable URL: https://www.jstor.org/stable/1259975
- One and One-Half Unrecorded References to Macbeth in 1676-1678 Author(s): Richard Levin Source: Shakespeare Quarterly , Winter, 1998, Vol. 49, No. 4 (Winter, 1998), pp. 416-420 Published by: Oxford University Press Stable URL: https://www.jstor.org/stable/2902237
- Christopher Fowler (A Tale of Two Witches)
- A Serpent's Pen (Mother Damnable – the Wicked Witch of Camden Town Tube Station)
- Famous Imposters, Bram Stoker Engole (JINNEY BINGHAM, MOTHER DAMNABLE)
- USA Today (Avril Lavigne says she reached out to 'warrior' Justin Bieber about Lyme disease diagnosis)
- TODAY (Avril Lavigne says Lyme disease symptoms left her in bed for 2 years)
- Vice (Investigating the Conspiracy That Says Avril Lavigne Was Killed off and Replaced with an Actress)
- The Sun (Crazy conspiracy theorists think that Nicolas Cage is an immortal vampire … and here’s why)
- Esquire (Hot New Conspiracy Theory: Katy Perry Is Actually JonBenet Ramsey)
- NYT (Ted Cruz, Who Is Not the Zodiac Killer, Acknowledges a Long-Running Joke)
- Esquire (Is Ted Cruz the Zodiac Killer? A Conversation with Very Sane Conspiracy Theorists)