100: LIVE: Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night 2

Wow. We made it. 100 Episodes. Actually, it's more like 215 or so, including minisodes and bonusodes. That's all because of you, the listener. YOU make this show worthwhile and we thank you all from the bottom of our hearts for your support and enthusiasm. 



In an ideal world, we would have done this episode in person, as a proper LIVE show but this will have to suffice. So here it is. Our 100th MAIN episode. Recorded live on Podbean's live thingy (so please excuse ropey sound etc), it's Andy's choice.


His chosen film? Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night 2!


The synopsis is as follows: 


On Prom Night in 1957, young Mary Lou Maloney was burned alive in a horrific accident after a prank went drastically wrong.


High school principal Bill Nordham has kept his secret for thirty years, that he was the one responsible for Mary Lou's death. Nordham's son begins dating the Prom Queen of 1987, Vicki Carpenter, but when Vicki discovers some old clothes in the school's costume room, she doesn't realise that they used to belong to Mary Lou.


Before long a suspicious death forces Nordham to confront the truth - that the enraged spirit of Mary Lou has possessed Vicki Carpenter, and seeks her vengeance on the school. 


Please note that this episode contains strong language, conversations of an adult nature and EXTREMELY Scottish accents. 


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