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Boogeyman Boosts Quality

Now in prestine CD-Quality Sound!Whether you’re willing to admit it or not, the Internet is going to be the future of all media. Right now we can watch nearly any TV show or movie or listen to any song we want to on the World Wide Web, and it’s only going to keep growing. The series of tubes is also a great launching ground for many who want to break into the entertainment business, like with Internet radio.

One such station is Brett Barragree’s badass horror genre geared baby known as Boogeyman Radio. Want your horror themed music 24 hours a day? That’s the place to be!

I’ve known a few people with net-cast radio shows, and the problem they always complain about is the quality of their audio output. Well, starting now Boogeyman Radio no long has that problem…

Launched in September of 2006, Boogeyman Radio began as a special feature of the popular website Slasherfest.com, but as demand grew for the unique and rare programming featured on Boogeyman Radio, it quickly became apparent to Brett Barragree, the station’s founder, that BR needed to provide a much-overdue service to horror fans. In the year to follow, Boogeyman Radio evolved into The Premiere Horror Radio Network, by expanding its library, acquiring additional programming, and creating content exclusive to BR. And now Boogeyman Radio is streaming in CD-quality sound providing listeners with non-stop horror entertainment. Listeners were recently been able to experience the new-and-improved Boogeyman Radio during the widely-successful Halloween Mega-Celebration this October, which included the second annual Michael Myers Tribute.

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Mike Phalin

Since 1997, Michael Patrick Phalin has been a contributing writer to various websites including Dread Central, iMockery, Bloody Disgusting and KrytenSyxx. During the early 1980s, Phalin's love of the movie industry was fueled by the VHS tapes he found during his time spent at the video rental store his mother worked at. Rather than attending a daycare regularly, young Michael would form a tower of tapes with interesting cover art and go watch each one, the very first of these being the original 'A Nightmare on Elm Street.' From that point he was hooked on horror and the process behind creating special effects. In his twenties, Mike met Steve 'Uncle Creepy' Barton and was soon aiding the horror website Dread Central with film reviews. As the site grew in popularity, Phalin soon started writing news stories and conducting interviews on a daily basis. After a few years, he decided to take a break from writing to focus on other opportunities. After moving to a beach community with his wife Michelle, both were cast to appear in the final season of A&E's home improvement show 'Fix This Yard' in 2013. This event rekindled Mike's love of the entertainment industry. Between the time he spends being with his family, Michael continues to contribute to Dread Central both with writing and photography. In his mid-thirties, Phalin took up oil painting after being inspired by an episode of Bob Ross. Pieces of his artwork and photography can be found on his Tumblr and official website.