It’s a bittersweet week at the Big Scary Show, a new episode comes with the news of Brian Wolfe’s passing after a battle with cancer. We take time to remember his family, his struggles and accomplishments over the past 18 months, and keep in mind the positive impact he had on the industry and so many lives. We will re-air an interview with Brian from Halloween Extreme in May.
The show does continue with the purpose of our industry and what keeps us doing all the work day after day… Haunts!!! Jen Braverman stops by to talk about the Legendary Haunt Tour in Texas next month.
We have interviews with some of the haunts out there including; A Haunting Experience, Maze of Terror, Terror by the Creek, and Horror Fields. The Roundtable of Terror discusses Home Haunting, with three notable names in Home Haunting, Alan Shell of Backwoodz Oddities, Chris Trubela of Uncle Bucktooth’s All American Zombie Hunt and Gun Club, and we bring in Vic Bariteau who was one of the featured home haunters in the American Scream Documentary. The gHosts sit down with them to discuss the motivation and madness behind starting a home haunt, the challenges they face, and how they are shaping the industry.
Badger has packed the body bag full of the breaking stories for Deadline News. The Unknown Scare Actor remembers Brian and has you Face Your Fears with Carcinophobia.
Storm rants about your least favorite haunt patrons and loads them on a bus to the local store. Jerry Vayne has a big announcement, will it be a new album, a live tour, Jerry Vayne Halloween masks, or has that dream of a Haunt Mariachi Band finally come to life? (the new haircut would fit under the hat) Enjoy the great tunes Jerry has dug up and find out what the announcement is.
There is an October Gruesome Giveaway and tons more tricks and treats in this special October show.
We hid the body, but you will become an accomplice just by listening to the Big Scary Show!!!
Episode XXXIX featured music: The Descent by Chris Thomas/Music for Haunts
The Living Dead by Audio Zombie
All Hallows by Sam Haynes