Episode 12

November 16, 2020

01:13:14

Ep. 12: Out of the elevator, into the coffin

Hosted by

Mark Lewis Corrigan Vaughan
Ep. 12: Out of the elevator, into the coffin
Jack of All Graves
Ep. 12: Out of the elevator, into the coffin
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Show Notes

As coronavirus drives us all back into quarantine, we're going a liiiiiittle bonkers, which drives us to think about the near universal fear of being trapped. We also talk about insights into the serial killer mind, and we convince a horror-averse friend to watch Scream and talk about it. 

Highlights:

  • Corri talks about a guy who got stuck in an elevator for 41 hours
  • Being buried alive would be terrible
  • We learn that mice have a penchant for brains and it expains a nightmarish incident from Corri's youth
  • Mark delves into quotes from murderers about the experience of killing
  • Lian Stutsman pops in to talk about her experience watching Scream in our ongoing series of horror n00bs watching the classics
  • We give a few recs and anti-recs

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