A Room Too Crowded with Demons
On this scary Halloween podcast episode, Stephanie Long tells one of our best real ghost stories yet about strange and bizarre paranormal encounters that happen in basements. Take a listen to the episode. And then, let us know what YOU think she saw on the ceiling of her basement bedroom.
Listen to “Episode 63: A Room Too Crowded with Demons” on Spreaker.
On this podcast, we interview many people who have seen ghosts and other scary paranormal critters. And there have been a significant portion of those people who have seen—something—with glowing red eyes.
Our guest, Stephanie, was in a dark place when saw dozens of entities surrounding her bed, all with the same glowing red eyes. These creatures were so numerous they blocked out the sunlight that would have been streaming into her room. Did the eyes indicate something evil? Or could they have meant something else?
If you’d like to listen to some of our best scary Halloween podcast episodes that this episode reminded us of, check out Episode 45: Charlie Punched a Ghost or Episode 58: You Can’t See its Mouth but you Know it’s Grinning.
Our episode promo is from The Mindless Morning Show, a hilarious and irreverent show that we’ve been guests on! Update: we interviewed these guys in season 4!
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About Stephanie Long
Stephanie Long is the owner of the fabulous Stephanie Marie Marketing, and our personal SEO maven. If you have a website, you seriously need to track her down! Follow her for great marketing tips and updates on Linkedin and IG.
Suicide is absolutely never the answer.
We’ve both been in an impossibly hard place before and we both have ongoing issues with depression. The best thing we’ve done that helped, ever, is to connect with other people. No matter what the problem is, there is someone out there who’s been there, who can relate with and understand anything you’re going through, who wants to hear what’s going on with you, and who yeah, actually freaking cares, however unlikely that might feel, because they’ve been there.
This is literally why the volunteers who man the Suicide Prevention Hotline do it; because they are thankful that they were able to talk to someone, or wish their loved one had been able to. It’s totally confidential and you do not have to use your real name.
They’re so inclusive that they have, I shit you not, TWELVE different gender identities to choose from on their live chat survey. If you’re a talking-out-loud kind of person, call them at 1-800-273-8255. Professional help and this hotline exist because MANY people around the world feel suicidal every day; 20,000 people visit the Suicide Prevention Hotline chat every month. It can’t do any harm to talk about it to someone who wants to listen.
Horror movies and haunted attractions: love ’em or hate ’em?
Even Stephanie’s best friends who love ghost stories are too scared to watch movies about ghosts or listen to scary podcasts or go to haunted Halloween attractions with her. Conversely, we love being so scared we pee ourselves, at least in controlled situations. Where do you stand on the spectrum, from scaredy cat to scream queen? Let us know in our private Facebook group that you absolutely should be a part of if you aren’t already.
We hope we’ve provided the best scary Halloween podcast experience you’ve had so far in 2021!
And stay tuned; it’s just going to get even more Halloweeny from here until October 31st. We really appreciate all our listeners…Homespinnerets…Hainters…Hainted Loves? Oh, that reminds us, don’t forget to get on our social and vote for a cute spooky nickname for yourselves, our beloved clair-audience. After all, you’re the best part of doing this scary podcast. We appreciate you, by any name! Until next time, have a spooky day!