Moment House Halloween Show Details:
We are very excited to announce that tickets are ON SALE NOW for the first annual Scared to Death Live Haunted Halloween – true tales of Hallow’s Ever horror!

You can get your tickets NOW for this Moment House digital experience at

The show is happening Thursday, October 28th, 6PM PST.

There will be a live chat room for those watching in real time on the 28th, and you’ll be able to rewatch it – or, if you can’t make it – watch it for the first time through Halloween night – and there will be some additional bells and whistles I’ll announce when we get closer.

Much like our previous La Llorona live show – these stories will never be told on a regular Tuesday night episode, or on one of the Patreon episodes.

You can only hear them at this Moment House Digital Experience.

This year, I’ll be telling three stories that have all taken place on Halloween night!

The first takes place at a Halloween party in 1973, where the scariest guest at the party is not someone wearing a costume.

The second story is set in 1985, when two extra spooky trick or treaters show up at someone’s door.

And the third is the Legend of Murder Creek.

On Halloween night, 1890, just outside of the little town of Akron, New York, a very troubled seventeen year old, Sadie McMullen, throws two little girls off a railroad bridge and into a small brook that will now be known as Murder Creek.

The nine year old dies and ever since, the angry, vengeful spirit of little “Nellie” Connor is rumored to show herself late on Halloween night.

And Lynze, of course, will be sharing more fantastic fan submitted horror. So many spoops!

So again – go to now to get your tickets to this Moment House Digital Expereince, October 28th event.

Scared to Death Live Haunted Halloween – true tales of Hallow’s Ever horror!

Limited edition merch for this event is now available. This merch will no longer be on sale once Halloween is over and November has begun.

Bad Magic Productions Monthly Patreon Donation:
While we don’t have the exact numbers in front of us, we here at Bad Magic Productions will be donating at least $15,000 of our Patreon subscriptions this month to the American Nurses Foundation Coronavirus Response Fund for Nurses.Nurses have bore the brunt of the work the past 18 months with the ongoing pandemic. They’ve been working more hours than ever, getting sick more often, dying more often – they’ve been on the frontline the whole time. And they continue to risk their lives to help.This response fund provides mental health support, direct financial aid, education and evidence-based information, and overall advocacy for nurses.To find out more, click the link in our episode description or just search for “Coronavirus Response Fund for Nurses” – it comes up first.

Finally, our hearts going out to the 13 US military service members killed in Kabul helping with evacuations. We will honor their sacrifice – and the sacrifice of so many others – by donating to a military charity in November, keeping the tradition going of donating to a military charity every November.

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Video/Audio by Bad Magic Productions
Additional music production by Jeffrey Montoya
Additional music production by Zach Cohen
Various free audio provided by

Opening Sumerian protection spell (adapted):
Whether thou art a ghost that hath come from the earth, or a phantom of night that hath no home… or one that lieth dead in the desert… or a ghost unburied… or a demon or a ghoul… Whatever thou be until thou art removed… thou shalt find here no water to drink… Thou shalt not stretch forth thy hand to our own… Into our house enter thou not. Through our fence, breakthrough thou not… we are protected though we may be frightened. Our life you may not steal, though we may feel SCARED TO DEATH.”

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