Episode 4

September 20, 2020


Ep. 4: The antics of Mr. Noseybonk

Hosted by

Mark Lewis Corrigan Vaughan
Ep. 4: The antics of Mr. Noseybonk
Jack of All Graves
Ep. 4: The antics of Mr. Noseybonk

Sep 20 2020 | 01:01:58


Show Notes

We promised a lighthearted journey after last week's heavy hitter, so this week we're talking about the terrifying world of '80s and '90s children's television!


  • Mark continues his obsession with head trauma by explaining the absolutely horrifying Capgras delusion
  • Are You Afraid of the Dark, Eerie, Indiana, and they heyday of disturbing kids' tv
  • We unpack the WHY of our childhood tv phobias
  • Mark puts out a theory about the influence of Twin Peaks
  • Mr. Noseybonks turns out to be  far scarier than Corrigan could have aniticipated 
  • Corri teaches Mark about s'mores. 

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