Bad Santas Creepy Christmas -Paul Hawkins

Episode 6 December 08, 2020 00:33:28
Bad Santas Creepy Christmas -Paul Hawkins
DreamSwarm Podcast
Bad Santas Creepy Christmas -Paul Hawkins

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Interview with folklore writer Paul Hawkins author of 'Bad Santas & other creepy Christmas characters:

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