This week’s art is a mixed media piece. I took an old photograph from the 2009 RFC Halloween speical (which I just reposted here Saturday), printed out a faint copy, then painted over it with watercolors. It was a bit of a cheat, but that was the best my fingers could do this weekend. You see Kitty Killton, Liz McCormick and Brian Young joining yours truly in his Count Rudolf guise.

Gotta stick with this month’s theme, y’know.

To see it bigger try clicking HERE.

Meanwhile, Monday at 2 PM on The AIR, we bring you a classic episode of Psychedelic Shack, and then at 3 PM a Halloween edition of Herman Linte’s weekly showcase of the Progressive Rock of the past half-century, Prognosis.  You can listen to The AIR at the website, or on the embedded radio player elsewhere on this page.

On Psychedelic Shack, Nigel Pye offers up an hour-long mixtape of Psychedelic Music that, on this show,  kicks off with the appropriately spooky, 13th Floor Elevators.

Psychedelic Shack can be heard every Monday at 2 PM, with replays Tuesday at 9 AM, Wednesday at 10 PM, Friday at 1 PM,  and Saturday at 9 AM.

On a classic Prognosis, Herman Linte presents Jeff Wayne’s War of The Worlds, to get you ready for our week of Halloween programming, which is likely to all be classics from previous years because the Haversham folks are a bit busy at the moment, and yours truly is working on other projects. Tomorrow we’ll be playing an encore of Radio Free Charleston that includes the Count Rudolf and Igor episode of Radio Free Charleston International.

You can hear Prognosis on The AIR Monday at 3 PM, with replays Tuesday at 7 AM, Wednesday at 8 PM, Thursday at Noon, and Saturday at 10 AM. You can hear two classic episodes of the show Sunday at 2 PM.

Tonight at 8 PM you can hear an hour of classic hits from Dr. Demento on The Comedy Vault. Wednesday evening at 10 PM, we’ll likely have a rerun this week because we’ve done over thirty in a row this year.

Then, at 9 PM we bring you an overnight marathon of our special Halloween programming, which kicks off with Oingo Boingo’s Halloween Farewell concert from  1995. Youll also hear novelty songs, radio dramas and Halloween-themed editions of our music specialty shows.