Episode 1 features a panel discussion on the 2016 summer film and how it compares to the original. Join a panel of genre writers, educators, and even a paranormal investigator to discuss the new film and the Ghostbusters phenomenon!

Joining moderator Jay Smith are:

USA Today Bestselling Author Virginia Nelson
Author, Educator, and Paranormal Investigator Scott A Johnson
Horror Author Chris Phillips
and National Bestselling Author Heather Long

Ivo Shandor‘s ghost appears courtesy of a Level 5 EM binding shell.

Music and sound copyright Sony Pictures Entertainment.

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Radio Free Gozeria has applied for status as a Ghost Corps franchise and its use of images and sounds are intended to fall within acceptable use of that status.

Episode 2 features a conversation about the original, sequel, and remakes from the perspective of gender roles, society’s expectations and stereotypes, and why audiences had so much trouble learning to accept women in positions of authority and as heroes. Joining moderator Jay Smith on this discussion are authors and academics:

Award-winning SF/F author Keith R A DeCandido
Author, Educator, and Paranormal Investigator Scott A. Johnson
Podcaster, Audio Producer, and Voice Actor Dave Robison
Author, lecturer, and Riot Grrrl K.P. Kulski
USA Today bestselling author Virginia Nelson
Urban Fantasy author K.W. Taylor

 

Ivo Shandor‘s ghost appears courtesy of a Level 5 EM binding shell.

Music and sound copyright Sony Pictures Entertainment.

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Radio Free Gozeria has applied for status as a Ghost Corps franchise and its use of images and sounds are intended to fall within acceptable use of that status.

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Recorded in 2012, this interview with Dan Aykroyd covers “the family business” of ghost hunting and what exists in the afterworld. Jay Smith interviews the creator and star of Ghostbusters about what exists beyond the mortal coil and how we might discover its truths.

Peter Aykroyd’s book “A History of Ghosts” is the foundation of this discussion and the starting point for future RFG investigations into supernatural phenomena.

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Special thanks to Crystal Head Vodka for the opportunity to speak with Mr. Aykroyd.

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This episode featured

Jay Smith, host
Dan Aykroyd, guest
Ivo Shandor, announcer from beyond the grave.

Music and sound copyright Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Soundtrack composed and conducted by Elmer Bernstein.
Excerpt from the Crystal Head Vodka promo furnished by our friends at Crystal Head Vodka.

*This interview first aired on the Sci Fi Diner Podcast. Please check them out for amazing and awesome pop culture interviews and discussions!

Note:  This interview was recorded “on the fly” with a hand-held recorder.  Apologies for the low quality in parts of the recording.

ghostcorpslogo5242016Radio Free Gozeria has applied for status as a Ghost Corps franchise and its use of images and sounds are intended to fall within acceptable use of that status.

Dominic Rowe awaits the end of all things in a diner.

From "Seven 'til Sunrise"

A single father talks about the room he made for his little boy.

Love and Terror grow into our twilight years together.  Routine is paradise.

In the zombie apocalypse, a final confession.

An old man's last day at the park.

A poem about lobsters and everything else.

A story from what would become "The Winston Casey Chronicles", this is a short story about Winston (then Palmer's) first trip to Philadelphia as a young man in the 1970s. and its stand-up comedy culture. 

Steve Cox as Winston Palmer. With music by Kevin MacLeod.

This show was a pilot for a series about Winston Somerset Palmer, a man who survived cancer and embarked on a quest to find himself. Winston's story evolved into what became a novel, "The Resurrection Pact" with Winston (now "Casey") finding a strong reason to live in a geek noir mystery.

This is the original concept, produced in November of 2010. 

"When you've got nothing to look forward to, you find yourself looking back"

On the other side of the pain and the fear, beyond the long, desperate nights alone or among strangers, they told me there would be peace. They told me there would be light and music and joy. In the end, there was just another day. At a luxury Caribbean resort on the island of Charu, Winston Somerset Palmer looks off The Deep End and considers his past, his second chance, and how he can deconstruct a lifetime of mediocrity.

"Featuring Frank Bedene, Steve Cox, Stacy Dooks, Tracy Hall, D.T. Kelly, and Ayoub Khote. Written and Directed by Jay Smith. Audio production by Michael L. Stokes. Music furnished via the Creative Commons License, "Beach Party", “Stealth Groover” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), "Brain Drift" by Michael L Stokes, and featuring "I'm Letting Go" by Josh Woodward."

Produced by the amazing Bryan Lincoln, this is the teaser for a 15-episode pulp adventure serial, narrated by Dave Robison and introduced by Bryan Lincoln featuring the cast.

Bryan Lincoln Productions presents an interview between series Producer Bryan Lincoln and Writer Jay Smith about how the story of the Femme Phantom came to be.

Veronica Giguere, Kathryn Pryde, Dave Robison talk with Bryan Lincoln about the show.

More Interviews conducted by Bryan Lincoln featuring Johnny Feisty, Pat Krane, and Norm Sherman.

Bryan Lincoln interviews Laura Nicole for Hidden Harbor Mysteries.

An apocalyptic vision of the late 40s with America fighting a war against a terrifying Soviet Union that has obliterated Nazi Germany in a swift, bloody invasion.  Now, with western Europe in the balance, we are introduced to a poor and desperate America where there are still many "haves" but far more "have nots" with the majority of its heroes entrenched in eastern France to keep Democracy alive.  But there are still heroes on the homefront fighting the darkness seeping inland. Our story begins with a simple family trying to get home after a night at the theater...

Dave Robison as The Narrator. Veronica Giguere as Ghost. Brion Humphrey as Thomas. Lauren Harris as Martha. Renee Chambliss as Bruce. Rish Outfield as Michael. Alex White as Folsom. Bryan Lincoln as Affiliate Announcer and Mr. Spittle.

 

We're introduced to the Ghost of Hidden Harbor, a spirit that protects the innocent of Hidden Harbor.  In a battle both real and psychological, our heroine defeats the Neighborhood Watch and arrives home just in time for a charity dinner at Wilson Manor.  But things are not as they seem at Barbara Wilson's homestead.

Dave Robison as The Narrator. Veronica Giguere as Barabra Wilson. Rish Outfield as Michael and the Deputy Mayor. Laura Nicole as Kat Sparrow. James Baxter Patton as Caspar Dixon. Johnny Feisty as Foster. Lauren Harris as Mrs. Haversham. Pat Krane as Heath Rathborn. Brion Humphrey as a Thug.
Mobsters disrupt Barbara Wilson's charity event.  What they want is more than the cash and jewels of Hidden Harbor's elite, but the Femme Phantom has something to say about that. Meanwhile wanted fugitives try to leave the country with the help of a Hidden Harbor gang boss but find themselves in dire straits.   Our heroes go on the offensive.

Dave Robison as The Narrator.  Veronica Giguere as Barbara Wilson. Kathryn Pryde as Mistress Penumbra. Pat Krane as Heath Wrathborn. James Baxter Patton as Caspar Dixon. Laura Nicole as Kat Sparrow. Alex White as Greenstreet. Brion Humphrey as Sasha Rosenko. Lauren Harris as Miska Rosenko. M Sieiro Garcia as Mistress Talon. Rish Outfield as Lucas.  Mae Rogue-Sally Pax as Sandra. John Lincoln as a Guest and a Thug. Bryan Lincoln as a Thug.
The plot of the museum robbery is investigated with disturbing evidence suggesting suicidal saboteurs.
 
Dave Robison as The Narrator.  Veronica Giguere as Barbara Wilson. James Baxter Patton as Caspar Dixon. Laura Nicole as Kat Sparrow. Rish Outfield as Kreig. Pat Krane as Phan Sun.