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Episode 434: Fight the Mimes

February 26th, 2021 | Robin

Beloved Patreon backer Michael Curtis dons a Nehru jacket and John Lennon glasses to duck into the Gaming Hut for tips on running occult investigation in Swingin’ London.

In part 9 of the Cinema Hut Horror Essentials series, we reach the late 70s, and the rise of the horror auteurs.

Ripped from the Headlines gives us a break from incessant day-trading as we turn the Gamestop stock story into a scenario hook for The Yellow King RPG’s This is Normal Now sequence.

Finally esteemed Patreon backer Gerald Sears seeks the aid of Ken’s Time Machine in prolonging the existence of the Hart Island amusement park.

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One Response to “Episode 434: Fight the Mimes”

  1. Eugene Doherty says:

    If anyone wants more on the UK occult scene in the 60s & 70s check out this great programme if you get the BBC iplayer in your area

    Black Aquarius
    Matthew Sweet explores the dawning of the age of Black Aquarius – the weirdly great wave of occultism that swept through British popular culture in the 1960s-70s. From journals like the Aquarian Arrow to the diabolical novels of Dennis Wheatley, lurid accounts of satanic cults in the Sunday papers and the glut of illustrated books, part-magazines, documentary film and TV drama, it was a wildly exuberant seam of British pop culture.

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