Tag: new orleans
Episode 131: LIVE from Jacksonville State University
Patrice, Marleah and Courtney drink Strawberry Mint Lemonade Punch and talk jazz zombies, clown panics and meowing nuns!
Episode 123: City of the Dead
Patrice, Marleah, and Courtney drink Tailgate Bloody Marys, reminisce over their trip to NOLA, and discuss nature’s EZBake Ovens, the wall vaults at St Louis Cemetery Number 1.
Episode 94: Hello, Sidney // Zombie GINpocalypse
Patrice, Marleah, and Bartender Courtney survive the Poisoned Blackberry Martini crafted by guest bartender/full-time cohost Marleah and talk real-life monsters, zombies, zombies, zombies, and the difference between tablespoons and ounces.
Episode 84: Wildman of Loxahatchee // Zack and Addie
Patrice and Marleah drink Blueberry Lavender Lemonade and talk shirtless croc wrestlers, flying guinea pigs, and a recent, real-life NOLA horror story.
Episode 83: Cicadas! // The Last Madam
Patrice and Marleah drink Southern Belles and talk creamy white zombie bugs and The Last Madam of New Orleans.
Episode 67: The Hodges Meteorite // She’s a Brick … Top
Patrice and Marleah drink Bartender Courtney’s Blueberry Smash and talk space junk turf wars, men with maces for arms, and custom shivs for redheads.
Episode 55: The Curse of Ursuline Avenue // The Goat Gland Doctor
Patrice and Marleah drink vieux carre cocktails and talk sausage, butchery, and the link between goat testicles and country music. Laissez les bon temps rouler!
Episode 44: The New Orleans Casket Girls // The Giggling Granny
Patrice and Marleah drink Apple Cider Old Fashioneds and talk vampire rumors, torture convents, arsenic and True Romance.
Episode 30: The Legend of the Fifolet / All Hail St. Germain!
Patrice and Marleah drink Dirty 30 Martinis and talk bidets, trickster blacksmiths, swamp farts, killer ticks, and Louisiana vampires.
Episode 11: The Child Zombie of New Orleans / The Witches Dance of Natchez Trace
This week, Marleah and Patrice drink mojitos and talk Angela Bassett, child zombies, mind movie porn, George the skeptical Native American, and what makes a witch a witch.