On this episode: We don’t know the meaning of the word…but that’s about to change. Where does the Infernal Dictionary come from, and what makes its esoteric entries so devilishly weird?
Beelzebub visited an ill-timed bug on our household, so while we recoup, here’s a bonus show in which we learn way too much about Neo-exorcist and Lego hair aficionado Bob Larson.
Just for our Patreon backers, Tabitha is cracking the books and cracking the mysteries of
How did a tiny Southern California school end up giving an object lesson in the dangers of mass hysteria? We prosecute the McMartin Preschool scare.
Satan springs eternal, but where did he spring from? Often we see older gods and religious figures compared to Satan, but is this accursed ancestry legit?
In perhaps our funniest show ever, you say to-may-to and we say to-mah-to as we pick apart this pickup manual for Satanists.
We’ve reached the point in our exploration of the Seven Deadly Sins where we’re mad as Hell and we’re not going to take it anymore. Joining us in feeling out the shapes of Wrath.
We’re returning the world of Silver Screen Satanism in the days before major film censorship for some historical Hollywood heresies.
By 1988, the Satanic Panic was starting to run out of steam, so Harvest House Publishing pushed a brand new absurdo-biography tell-all to stoke its engines. Is “Satan’s Underground” the worst Satanic Panic memoir ever published–or just the worst we’ve read for this show?
Once again we’re getting in touch with our inner demons–by name and title. It’s our long-awaited follow-up episode about the history of the Lesser Key of Solomon, the only book of European demonology to worm its way into popular culture.