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*** ON BLOGTALKRADIO SINCE 2OO8 ** Opening theme: "Thunderstorm". Closing theme: " The parting glass", appearing courtesy of Audionatrix. Actress and ascetic known as the mysterious Miss X has been a one-woman show as creator, content editor, producer, writer and host of the premiere paranormal show . Having grown up watching weekend horror movie hosts, she became the first FEMALE horror host from her hometown. The show blends paranormal news, guests, and old horror/monster/science fiction movies of the past. Royalty-free music.

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Tonite, my little night owls, stay up with the mysterious Miss X as she explores this video supposedly showing a white, or Albino, Bigfoot in Carbondale, Pennsylvania some years ago, and wants a stop to all the fakery of videos which have popped up since the late 1960s concerning the Search for Sasquatch, a so-called creature who intermittently appears to walk like a human, not walk like a human, changes gait, hides in trees to be camoflaged by shadows, is covered with brown hair or not covered with brown hair but, rather, whitish hair.. on and on the different stories go. Wacky story of the week.. The actress whom Miss X, actress Wendy W, referred to in her childhood as 'the most beautiful woman ever' was born March 29, 1915 in Worcester, Massachusetts as Helen Ericson. Her stand-out role was as 'Light' in the incorporeal movie 'The Blue Bird', starring Shirley Temple, in 1940. Her portrayal displayed quiet beauty and peacefulness. Other film roles include 1940's Charlie Chan in Panama, and Wife, Husband and Friend (1939). EARLY LIFE AND PERSONAL LIFE Little is known of her early life or how she got a start in films. She was married to Chicago fur dealer Phil Berman from 1940 until she passed away in 1984. She had two sons and three stepdaughters. What are the real facts about the creature called Bigfoot?
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It is the traditional Miss X labor day weekend search for Bigfoot, and give to your favorite charity this weekend and Monday to keep the Labor Day tradition alive! We are live outside, as on every labor day weekend, iso Bigfoot.

It took over half a century, but I predicted (strongly felt) this one would be a tornado.. and it was. All my childhood, we went in the basement in the dark for hours at a time during Torando warnings.. but I knew this tornado warning... more

*** Miss X fully supports Mama bear's efforts on Twitter X to end child abuse in the name of Sinead O'Conner, who was Miss X's major musical influence since 1990. *** Check out her X account on twitter to donate and see what it's about.... more

The groovy line is open always for you to call in, night owls. One step beyond was a little-known American television show of the 1960's that featured scary stories of the paranormal, such as The room upstairs, the episode on Night owls radio... more

For the loneliess... the dateless... as always, night owls radio. What do you think of the stories of people supposedly seeing aliens in their yard? This one has claims of a strange noise, then a crashing sound, followed by stange creatures... more

Scheduled a show especially for tonight in order to have horror and monster movie connisseur Joe Flynn on to tell us about all the guests and fun that went on at this year's Monsterpalooza June, 2023 in Burbank, California. :) The... more

Heard a recording of a wolf when scared, and realized it sounded a LOT like what people claim to be the sound of Sasquatch. You may have heard these so-called Sasquatch sounds of Bigfoot on other radio shows and tv programs, and this is... more

The similarity of vocal tones and sound among siblings is a phenomena that exists EVEN WHEN YOU DON'T GROW UP AMONGST YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS, and this is shown in the story of Caty Sage, a child born in Virginia... more

God's power far exceeds all fear, and author Richard D. Lewis focuses on the paranormal occurences within Christianity to show us that, as I have said on Night owls radio many times before, what humans consider to be 'paranormal' is not... more

Join the Pajama/Nightgown party as Miss X shares some great past horror show hosts we grew up watching in the 1970's and 80's, and our Midnite monster movie for the weekend is... "How awful about Allan" .
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