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Staying Scared Radio is currently being updated and over the next few days changes will occur. We expect to be live very soon so bookmark and stop back from time to time. Of course, feel free to creep around too, but keep in mind, until completed, some links work and some don't. Soon enough though we will be joining the internet radio revolution with talk, tunes, tales & tidbits.

“Help me! Help meeee!”

David Hedison as Andre while caught in a spider web in The Fly (1958). Note: The almost baby voice crying out is haunting.

How to Organize a Zombie Walk

It’s time to get your zombie walk on. What’s that you say? You don’t know how to get your zombie walk on? Well I’m going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that you know how to dress and walk like a zombie, but that you just don’t know how to organize an official zombie walk.

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Interview with a Monster - The Werewolf File

By Thomas Scopel

What I’m about to tell you is a true story. And, I might add that after initially hearing the tale, there was some cause for alarm and debate as to whether I wanted to remain or leave. I was conflicted. However, now armed with previously unknown information, I’ve since decided to stay put, which, in all reality is probably much safer than venturing into the unknown.

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About Staying Scared Radio

Staying Scared Radio is the brainchild of Thomas Scopel, a part-time horror writer, sometimes evil clown, and full-time horror buff who equally credits George Romero & Chilly Billy from Pittsburgh's Chiller Theater for the fandom. But, don't be mislead, for Staying Scared Radio is not all blood, guts, and gore. It is an internet radio station that prides itself on surrounding "scary." Here you will find everything from creepy old radio shows to dark music to reviews, discussions and fearful tales. While the clock may always strikes midnight here and things do go bump in the night...Staying Scared Radio also recognizes that the world, overall, has become a rather scary place and sometimes the monster appears normal. If it scares, it's for Staying Scared Radio, and Wee Willie Wicked (aka Thomas Scopel) is your guide.