As advertised, the program features in-depth conversations on the paranormal alternating with weird music and audio, Sunday nights from 8 to 10 PM PST on killradio. Many of the guests are friends (or become friends) and the shows are more like easy conversations rather than straight interviews.

I have been doing radio in one form or another for 14 years. My first weekly show (called The Hungry Ghost) was broadcast on pirate radio station KBLT in Los Angeles on October 20th of 1997. Most of the time I played music, but I started doing interviews as an extension of my small press ‘zine which was called The Excluded Middle. The magazine was founded in 1991 with my friends Robert Larson and Peter Stenshoel. KBLT was finally shut down for good by the FCC in late 1998.

In September of 2000, the first Radio Misterioso was streamed live from the Killradio studio at the intersection of Sunset and Hollywood boulevards in Los Angeles. The show has continued essentially uninterrupted (with a couple of name changes) since then.

I have no plans to retire the show. It’s still a lot of fun.

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  1. I just heard your podcast with Andy Colvin and couldn’t tell if it was Andy or Walter that talked about the picture of a Gruda in the window. Can I see a link for that picture please ?

    • Mark,

      I believe the image you are referring to is on Mike Clelland’s site.

      I don’t know if I see anything definite in the image, be it Mothman or a Garuda, but see what you think.

  2. Hi Greg,

    I am involved with one of the Birds of The Aviary. I was wondering if we may speak sometime in the near future?

    Best regards,


  3. Hi Greg,

    Are you still on the air on Sundays? I’ve been recording the Killradio stream weekly for a short while now – to some success, even – but it seems like Killradio’s published schedule isn’t up to date, or something — regardless, for the past couple of weeks, much to my disappointment, I haven’t been waking up to a fresh Radio Misterioso installment on Monday mornings. Please don’t retire. I mean, I’ll listen to other podcasts, but I don’t have to like it.

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