Recorded on location in the biggest dollhouse shop in the world! Owner and proprietor Nathaniel Ellis joins the Antiques Freaks to talk all things dollhouses, miniatures, ABC’s The Fatal Flaw, HBO’s The Gilded Age, the benefits of running a physical storefront versus an online shop, and the simple delights of following one’s dreams.
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252 Ch. 6 - Varney the Vampire, or, The Feast of Blood (1845)
21:24While Ken works mandatory overtime at the day job, please enjoy this chapter from our Varney vaults! It’s wacky Victorian penny dreadful vampire action. To instantly unlock a hundred more chapters (literally), check out our Patreon for bonus episodes.
250 Antiques and Prop Styling with Robin Zachary
43:00Prop stylist Robin Zachary joins the Antiques Freaks to chat antiques, photography, and how a touch of artistry and design can elevate vintage reselling. Check out Robin’s book Styling Beyond Instagram for a wealth of tips and info about prop styling as a career or a skill to promote your own brand.
249 Jekyll & Hyde with Terrible Book Club
1:55:43In 1888, playwrights raced (literally) to stage the first theatrical production of Robert Louis Stevenson’s instant classic horror novel. The results were… mixed. And today, Chris and Paris of the Terrible Book Club podcast have joined the Antiques Freaks and chosen to read for your pleasure the absolute worst version of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. We have done problems.
246 Varney the Vampire, Ch. 5
52:01While Dee recovers at home from an unexpected ER trip, please enjoy this episode from our Varney vaults! The Antiques Freaks are joined by Chris and Paris of the Terrible Book Club podcast to take on the fifth chapter of the Victorian penny dreadful Varney the Vampire, or, The Feast of Blood. Just the thing to get you in that spooky season spirit!
245 Antique Apple Peeler Pricing - Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke
21:12Eric LaRocca’s novella Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke is a darling of the indie horror scene. Unfortunately we will be judging it on the merits of its antiques. Content warning for discussions of fictional animal cruelty, gore, psychological abuse, self-harm, self-mutilation, suicide, and death.