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222 Paranormal Podcast

All things paranormal With your host Jennifer Shortridge & Joe Shortridge Brother and Sister duo Joe and Jen have been interested in all things paranormal since their childhood. We bring to you our personal experiences, news from the paranormal world and special guests.
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Nov 26, 2023

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Steve Sabo was born in Ohio but has traveled the world. Although writing was always a passion, he made his career as a stand up comedian, performing in 46 of the 50 states, several countries and four islands. When he was younger he enjoyed thrill sports such as sky-diving, cliff-diving and bungi-jumping but you are much more likely to find him curled up with a good book nowadays. He enjoys watching UFC events and John Cusack movies. He performed for the troops in Iraq and Kuwait. He is an extroverted introvert and still enjoys rocking out at a concert whenever possible.

Comedy road warrior Steve Sabo brings nonstop fun and laughter wherever he goes. No stage is too big or too small for him to conquer; he has performed for crowds as large as 5,000 and as small as two. First hitting the comedy stage straight out of high school, he has honed his craft at comedy clubs, bars, casinos, military bases, cruise ships, colleges, corporate shows, fundraisers, restaurants and even a backyard or two. Wherever laughter is needed you will find him, ready and willing to perform.

 

In over three decades as a performer, he has had the privilege of sharing the stage with comedy legends such as Joan Rivers, Chris Rock, Kevin James, Dave Attel, Jim Breuer, Christopher Titus, Brad Williams, Steven Michael Quezada and Tom Green. He has made television appearances on HBO, NBC, E! and Comedy Central. He is heard regularly on SiriusXM Satellite Radio and has appeared on the nationally syndicated "Sex Talk Live" , "BTS Radio Show" and "The Jiggy Jaguar Show".

Television and Film

"From the Earth to the Moon" HBO - Supporting Role

"Gray Matter" E! Entertainment Televsion

"America's Rising Stars" Syndicated

"Equal Justice" Syndicated - Second lead

"Night Shift" Syndicated - principal player

NBC-local, Tampa, FL

UPN-local, Rochester, NY

Comedy Central-various

"Mickey LaMose" Independent film short - lead

"Bay Carpets" Commercial - lead

"Hell's Lake" Independent Film- lead

"Pi Day Die Day" Independent Film- supporting role

"Detroit International Comedy Festival" Documentary- cameo

What is Horror Fiction?

Horror is a genre of literature, film, and television that is meant to scare, startle, shock, and even repulse audiences. The key focus of a horror novel, horror film, or horror TV show is to elicit a sense of dread in the reader through frightening images, themes, and situations. In the horror genre, story and characters are just as important as mood and atmosphere. A horror story often shocks and provokes with its exploration of the unknown.

The horror genre in literature dates back to Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome, where horror stories explored themes related to death, demons, evil spirits, and the afterlife. Examples include the ancient Greek tragedy Hippolytus by Euripides, a gruesome story about how jealousy and a lack of empathy can lead to tragedy; and Parallel Lives by Plutarch, a series of biographies highlighting the many moral failures of man.

The gothic novel, a genre of horror that focuses specifically on death, originated in the eighteenth century and is exemplified by the author Edgar Allan Poe. Horror literature in the nineteenth century and twentieth centuries often focused on tales involving occult ideas, like Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein (1818) or Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1897).

Modern horror novels have expanded the genre to include new elements and contemporary themes, like serial killers and slasher stories—Stephen King’s The Shining (1977) is a perfect example—as well as genre mashups that combine horror with historical fantasy, and modern interpretations of fantastical creatures, like ghosts, vampires, werewolves, and witches.

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