It’s the Halloween episode, and you’re in for a trick…and treat. This week Frank Roche is joined by four talented artists, each of whom created an original Halloween postcard especially for the show. Plus, each of the artists tells a very spooky story. This is a special show on The Postcardist Podcast — one you’ve not heard before.
First up is the artist Beverleyann Wilson. Here’s the beautiful witch she created on a postcard.
Next, we have an Edward Gorey-inspired demon holding an umbrella by the artist and communication strategist, Jessica Mand.
Kitty, from Postcards from the Edge, is an extraordinary photographer who created this spooky postcard from a photo she took of a house she walks by every day.
And finally, we have the filmmaker and artist, Justine Burt, who created a compelling graveyard scene on a postcard.
I talk about a contest we created to get a signed set of postcards from these talented artists. Short answer: Subscribe to The Postcardist Podcast. Rate the show and leave a review. Then let me know. I’ll put your name in a hat. And three lucky people will win a set of these fabulous cards.
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5 comments on E41: Hauntings and Halloween Postcards
Such an entertaining show with really scary stories and also big laughs. Time to go to work, thank you for the good start to the day.
Thank you, Gitti. Scary stories and laughs. Quite a combination.
Thank you…I loved the spooky stories.
Another great episode, Frank… listening to Kitty’s story, I was transported to back to when I was 16, having snuck into a cinema to watch “the Shining” and now I’ve added abandoned old schools/hospices to places I will never visit!
I can hear an episode in the making of individuals reading your story in continuous segments…..
Oh….should I have had all the spooky stories grouped together? I thought about two approaches…hmmmm…glad you liked the episode..I have to say it was a lot of fun to make. And what talent I got to work with!