Question. What do medieval werewolves, mimes in the 1970s, a Sasquatch museum, 1940s detective movies, and progressive rock all have in common? The answer … is nothing. Other than the fact that I’m going to talk about those things and many others on a podcast called the Pandemonium Seesaw. I’m Paul Matthew Carr and I
Once, a long time ago, I lived in a house near the edge of the world. In the winter, when the air was still, I would lie awake at night and listen to the Ocean, to the waves. Relentless. Never-ending. In my mind, I could see them. They would turn and curl and fall forward
On my 16th birthday my brother gave me a copy of Jack Kerouac’s On the Road and it changed my life forever. Not really. It would be nice if it did if it worked that way. Like a movie, all cut and dry. Defined beginning, movement toward clear resolution, and satisfying ending. That would be
In the darkness, you were dreaming. Dreaming and that is all. You did not see what you thought you saw. You did not experience what you thought you thought was so real. There was not a shape, a shape in the darkness. There was nothing at all. You wake to the sound of drums; a
In the 1970s satanic cults were everywhere. Or at least that’s what popular culture would have you believe. In apartment complexes, suburban planned communities, and quiet rural towns – somewhere lurking beneath the all-too-normal exterior was a sinister group ready to induct you – or worse, your child - into the worship of the devil.