The Mold Man
On episode 18 of Tony Lavorgne’s Legends & Lore Podcast, Tony tells the well known short tale of The Mold Man, a mysterious account of an unsettled corpse that refuses its final resting place.
This episode was recorded September, 2019 in Midway, Pennsylvania. Host: Tony Lavorgne. Audiography: Kevin Farkas. Music (available on SoundCloud.com): Solomon Ozmund (♩♫ Scary Horror Music ♪♬ – Haunted), Pipe Choir Records (“Response Data”), Zvuki Prirody (“Suspense Strings”), nthdesign ("Treachery on Tines World"). Additional sound (available on Youtube): “This Concludes Our Broadcast, 2008 — Humanity’s last moments caught on tape.” ©Tony Lavorgne’s Legends & Lore Podcast/The Social Voice Project, Inc. All rights reserved.
Specializing in obscure paranormal and anthropological topics, Tony Lavorgne is an accomplished researcher, author, and public speaker on the subject of local legends and lore throughout Western Pennsylvania, Northern West Virginia, and Eastern Ohio. He is a contributing writer to Supernatural Lore of Pennsylvania: Ghosts, Monsters and Miracles and co-author of Haunted Roads of Western Pennsylvania.
New from Tony LavorgneWhat is it about the way a story reveals hidden secrets about an area? Is it the initial shock, or possibly, the fact there’s something darker hiding under the surface? In this book, author Tony Lavorgne presents you with a set of Astonishing Tales that suspend both reason and defy belief. Tales of the supernatural thrive in Pennsylvania. Stories of properties haunted by specters whose demeanor is unknown, to small towns that have been plagued with tragedies and misfortunes, to sightings of strange creatures from beyond. Join Tony Lavorgne as he goes in search of the truths behind these Astonishing Tales.
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