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‘The Myth Hunter’ Book Review By Ron Fortier

THE MYTH HUNTER Curse of the Necronomicon By Percival Constantine Nifty Entertainment 145 pgs Of the various series created by new pulp scribe Percival Constantine, our favorite is his Myth Hunter books starring beautiful Elisa Hill; a trained archeologist who travels the globe in search of arcane artifacts often believed

Earth Station One Podcast Ep 348 - Westworld

The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 348 – Westworld

The ESO crew take a vacation to a place where robots are programmed to do anything one desires. What could possibly go wrong? Mike, Mike, Jennifer Hartshorn, and Amanda Campbell travel to the center of the maze that is HBO’s newest hit series. Plus, writer Frank Cavallo has faced the

The Earth Station Who Podcast Episode 144 – School Reunion

Since we currently don’t have any Class in the U.S., the ESW crew go back to school with a Tenth Doctor story featuring the welcome return of a beloved companion from the classic era. Things get a bit awkward when Jen and Mary discover they were not the first cohosts

ESO Ep 246 - 2016 Holiday Geek Gift Guide

The Earth Station One Podcast Episode 346 – The 2017 Geek Gift Guide

Thanksgiving is over, let the holiday shopping begin! Mike, Mike, Dakoma Sanchez, Mary Ogle, and Gerald Glassford gather around the fireplace, sipping hot beverages, and exchanging gift ideas for the geeks who has everything. Plus, Rants, Raves, A Geek Girl’s Take, the Khan Report, and Shout Outs!

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