Rabblecast 583 – Kellogg’s Corn Flakes, Religion, 31 Nights of Horror Films

In this episode, we get a surprising origin story of, Kellogg’s Corn Flakes? We find out how the breakfast cereal was created from a mistake and how it was used originally in a sanitarium to keep the patients subdued.

Somehow, from there we detour into a conversation about religion and the different sects that branch of from their larger counterparts. Erik gets an education about the Branch Davidians. The world of sports also gets an honorable mention in this area.

We also run down the list of horror movies Doug is watching for 31 Nights of Horror in October. A few classics are mentioned, a few oddball films, and more. Doug’s love of horror brings a wide range of foreign and domestic films.

All of this and more!

*(Original recording date 10/23/2019)

 

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