In the latest episode of their well-situated podcast, Ken and Robin talk location descriptions in city sourcebooks, Watergate era horror films, the eliptony of speed reading, and eldritch photographer William Mortensen.

In the latest episode of their rigorously temperature-checked podcast, Ken and Robin talk introducing complex settings, late 60s horror films, bad cooking advice, and the Tsarichina Hole.

In the latest episode of their plangent podcast, Ken and Robin talk international animal trafficking, more early 60s horror flicks, Erik Satie’s Vexations, and court magician Michael Scot.

In the latest episode of their less than wholly Roman podcast, Ken and Robin talk Morning of the Magicians in FALL OF DELTA GREEN, mid-century gothic cinema, our favorite Old Ones, and the final meeting of the Prince-Electors.

In the latest episode of their myrrh-swaddled podcast, Ken and Robin talk phoenix T-shirts, John le Carré, 50s science horror, and the giant of Kandahar.

In the latest episode of their psychedelic podcast, Ken and Robin talk dramatically active red herrings, the old Cincinnati Public Library, 40s horror movie essentials, and the occultism of Timothy Leary.

In the latest episode of their golden-garbed podcast, Ken and Robin talk expensive goods as period investigative hooks, a propagandistic first person shooter and the use Dracula made of it, 30s horror movies, and time-machining the invention of paper.

In the latest episode of their terrifyingly festive podcast, Ken and Robin talk mummers, Hellenistika icons, silent movie horror, and the Lead Mask case.

In the latest episode of their nimbly arboreal podcast, Ken and Robin talk conspiracies for your horror game, Dracula’s tree poaching, streaming structure, and the Israel Regardie library heist.

In the latest episode of their monumental podcast, Ken and Robin talk worldbuilding without Machiavellians, the mammoth bone temple, Mythos Detroit and the First Sino-Japanese War.

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