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Lion Order Reasoning is hosted by Rohan Marley, alongside co-host Chuck Nilosek, seek out interesting and successful people in business, entertainment, sports and more, to discuss issues of the day as well as all of the Lionorder philosophies that make them who they are. You'll hear stories and get first hand insight to growing up in the Marley household and what that was like, but it will be a must listen to anyone looking to understand the secret to living like a lion!
 
Insight to keep your mind right! Through the personal obstacles that I have faced in my life, I have developed a profound positive outlook. Owing to the incredible support and feedback that I have received from my social media followers, I feel that now is the right time to launch a podcast to help anyone who needs uplifting. I am truly grateful for the opportunity to provide you with my thoughts on how to move your mindset and grow as a person. Thank you for taking the time to check out my ...
 
Robert Nesta Marley Booker (6 de febrero de 1945 – 11 de mayo de 1981), mejor conocido como Bob Marley, fue un músico, guitarrista y compositor jamaicano. Durante su carrera musical fue el líder, compositor y guitarrista de las bandas de ska, rocksteady y reggae The Wailers (1964–1974) y Bob Marley & The Wailers (1974–1981). Marley sigue siendo el más conocido y respetado intérprete de la música reggae y es acreditado por ayudar a difundir tanto la música de Jamaica como el movim ...
 
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You are either going to love it or hate! Mwah! Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy: was originally a radio program for the BBC in 1978 It has also been a TV show, movie, comic book, and video game. Douglas Adams: English author and pardon me while I gush but I think one of the wittiest, most enjoyable authors of all time! Vogon Poetry is terrifying so …
 
There are 460 calories in a pint of blood, that's a pretty extreme diet program The Vampyre published in 1819 and was part of the contest that also produced Frankenstein. John William Polidori - and English writer and Physician who is considered to be the father of the modern Vampire Story. I know Stoker gets all the glory but Polidori did it first…
 
A naturally occuring oubliette, hmmm how convenient, I mean terrible, yes terrible! The Murder Hole was first published in February of 1829 in Blackwoods Edinburgh magazine. Catherine Sinclair - was most famous for being an evangelical philanthropist and author of childrens tales, guide books and advice columns, she did manage to throw in this litt…
 
A toast to old friends gone by and a promise kept! The Last Man's Club - first published in The Black Cat periodical in 1905 Robert M. Clutch is a bit of a mystery and seems to have only published 2 stories. Perhaps his ghost will make a visit and tell us more about himself. Instagram @marleys_ghosts Twitter @GhostsMarley email marleysghostspodcast…
 
I love all Japanese ghost stories! They are so much scarier than western european stories! Mujina first published in 1907 Patrick Lafcadio Hearn - was born in Greece, raised in Dublin and moved to Japan and became a Japanese citizen changing his name to Koizumi Yakumo. He became fluent in the language and this story comes from his book Kwaidan: Sto…
 
We are back out to sea! And revenege is a dish best served on cold (iceburgs will do!) This weeks episode is dedicated to one of my favorite podcasters who passed away unexpectedly last week. Dan from Real Life Ghost Stories Podcast. Listening to him and his wife Emma has been what inspired me and so many others to get into podcasting. I never had …
 
Napoleon a dictator, a complex and a tasty dessert. Quite the hat-trick! Napoleon and the Spectre was first published in 1833 and strongly embrasses the classic gothic genre. Charlotte Bronte - It's nice to have another female author. Especially one as delightful and feisty as this one. She is also the author of one of my favorite books Jane Eyre. …
 
This takes being afraid of the dark to a whole new level He! first published in 1883 Our Author - Guy de Maupassant (or Henri Rene Albert Guy de Maupassant - he was crowned the heir apparant to Edgar Allan Poe! His life is fascinating and tragic and his struggle with a creeping madness is apparent in his work! He wrote his own epitaph "I have covet…
 
Would you fear the family curse? The Astrologer was first published in 1899 in a collection of stories called The Tales of Terror! Our Author- Dick Donovan making his second appearance. this is the nom de plume for J.E. Preston Muddock and is actually the name of one the authors most popular characters. Think of it this way if Sir Author Conan Doyl…
 
Good Dog!!! The Warning first published in Armada Ghosts 1978. Joyce Marsh - She is a mystery! Lots of spooky stories credited to her but not a single trace of anyone actually being her. Oh maybe she's a ghost, they say write what you know. instagram - marleys_ghosts twitter - GhostsMarley email - marleysghostspodcast @gmail.com Sleep Well!…
 
The Ghost has something to say! The Moonlit Road - first published in 1907 in Cosmopolitan Magazine - not exactly the regular what color lipstick makes a man love me kind of fair that we see now. I wish they'd go back to publishing ghost stories. Ambrose Bierce - a civil war soldier turned author. His book The Devil's Dictionary was named as one of…
 
Talk about stress baking!!! Little Black Pies -first published in 1984 John Gordon - our most modern author yet and primarily wrote childrens stories of the fantasy and horror genres. He lived to 92! Podcast Sponser - Dr. Skipper Instagram - @marleys_ghosts twitter - @GhostsMarley email - marleysghostspodcast@gmail.com Sleep Well!…
 
Who doesn't love a good haunted object! The Mezzotint - First published 1904 in a collection titled Ghost Stories of Antiquary M.R.James - an absolute king amoung the horror, spooky, ghost story world. It is his first visit to our podcast but definitely not his last!! instagram - @marleys_ghosts twitter - @GhostsMarley email - marleysghostspodcast@…
 
I too love the grey headstones and quiet of the grave yard. The child who loved a grave was first published in 1861 in Harper's Bizarre Magazine. Fitz-James O'Brien - a talented Irish author nicknamed the Celtic Poe. He led a troubled life and was shot dead at the young age of 33yrs old. Instagram - @marleys_ghosts Twitter- @GhostsMarley email - ma…
 
Is today's story about Voodoo or an excellent cocktail? I'll let you guess. White Zombie was published in the Devil's Drums in 1933 Our Author - Vivian Meik a british citizen born in Calcutta. Trained as an engineer but took to writing later in life. He named this story White Zombie because a movie of the same name had come out a year before and he…
 
cards and drink strike again The Footsteps in the Dust first published in 1906 in a volume of The Mistresses of the Macabre Alice Perrin and british novelist who was born in India and liked to place her stories in the land of her birth instagram @marleys_ghosts twitter @GhostsMarley email marleysghostspodcast@gmail.com Sleep Well!…
 
Turnips that taste like rum? Sign me up! The Ghosts Ship was first publish in 1912 with a collection of other stories. Richard Middleton - a talented bohemian author who lived a tragic life that would have the makings of his own ghost story. Instagram - @marleys_ghosts Twitter - @GhostsMarley email - marleysghostspodcast@gmail.com Sleep Well!…
 
Ravens are my favorite bird and Poe provides a great spiral into madness. Also a lot of people don't know Ravens actually can learn to speak and sound more human than parrots. First Published - 1845 Our Author - Edgar Allan Poe - Brilliant, tragic and filled with mystery. Definitely someone who took "write what you know" to heart! Instagram - @marl…
 
This puts a whole new twist on the Vacationship! The Vampire Maid - was first published in in September 1900. Hume Nisbet - Yes you guessed another Scot! what can I say I have a Scottish Bias. He lived in Australia for a few years and was involved in the theatre and became a painter. He became a prolific illustrator and published is first story 188…
 
Heartbreak can be deadly! From The Dead - Was first published in a collection of stories called Grim Tales in 1893. Our Author - E. Nesbit or Edith Nesbit was a author and poet who primarily wrote children's stories but everyone once in awhile would venture into the adult horror genre. Instagram - @marleys_ghosts Twitter - @Ghostsmarley email - mar…
 
How about a little swim? The Man From Honolulu - was first published in The Black Cat a magazine that published shorts stories in 1915. Lawrence William Pedrose - another mystery author. He seems to have written a lot of short stories for outdoors magazine. Perhaps it is a nom de plume? Instagram: @marleys_ghosts Twitter: @GhostsMarley email: marle…
 
A madman screaming in the night "The Spider" are you brave enough to investigate? I'm not! The Spider - First published in 1906 in a collection of short stories called The Weird O' it! Our Author: Clive Pemberton started his professional life as a stock broker but quickly abandoned that trade to become a journalist. Instagram: @marleys_ghosts Twitt…
 
I might be a crazy cat lady but I say well played to the cats in the story, this guy is the worst! I wanted to bring something special since this is Episode Twenty!! To me Poe is always special he's like the super creepy brother I always wish I had! The Black Cat was first published August 19, 1843 in the Saturday evening post! Our Author: Edgar Al…
 
A rugged Scottish fisherman, a beautiful white witch and the evil eye, what could possibly go wrong...everything? The White Witch was first published in 1889 in a collection of stories called the weird and wonderful. J.E. Muddoch is making his second appearance on the podcast but this time under his own name instead of his nom de plume Dick Donovan…
 
A short misleadingly pleasant story about a group of tourists that goes deadly quickly. The Vampire was first published in Czech in 1871 and then translated and published in English in 1920 Jan Neruda - was a Czech journalist and art critic and part of the "May School" of literature. Instagram - Marley's Ghosts Twitter - Marley's Ghosts email - mar…
 
A Welsh Castle, charming hosts and MURDER. A Night of Horror - first published in a collection of stories in 1899 Dick Donovan - is the pseudonym of James Edward Preston Muddock or Joyce Emerson Preston Muddock. A journalist and adventurer who wrote a detective series featuring a detective named Dick Donovan that was so successful that started publ…
 
The first time I had absinthe I couldn't feel my feet for over an hour, and it's still my favorite adult beverage, followed closely by scotch (ya know if anyone wants to send gifts!) I think I fared better than these two. Also still working out the kinks with the new software. Bear with me while I learn it! Thank you! Our Author: W.C. Morrow - an A…
 
I think Cthulhu tried to stop this episode from happening. But with some determination I have been able to get an episode recorded and uploaded and I hope you enjoy the tale of music and mystery. The Music of Erich Zann was first published in 1922 H.P. Lovecraft a titan of the horror genre and a controversial person in life. He's making his first a…
 
This is why I don't keep a diary, haha, just kidding. Is it to much time alone, the effects of a dreary house or is something trying to take over the authors body? The Listener what first published in 1907 The Author: Algernon Blackwood - is considered to be one of the most prolific ghost story writers in the genre. This is his first appearance in …
 
LUCKY THIRTEEN The Ghost of Christmas Eve was first published in a collection of short stories called My Lady Nicotine in 1890 and is part of the the tradition of telling ghost stories to friends on Christmas Eve. The Author J.M Barrie - Scottish Dramatist famous for bringing us Peter Pan, but like most of the wonderful famous authors I share on th…
 
Merry Christmas! As a holiday ghost myself I hope you enjoy my fellow Christmas Ghost! SMEE - first published in 1931 and is part of a long tradition of frightening children A.M. Burrage - a british author known for his TUFTY books while alive but became famous for his ghost stories after his death. Instagram - Marley's Ghosts Twitter - Marley's Gh…
 
Sometimes we try to do something nice and it goes wrong! The Thing in the Forest was first published in 1915 in a collection of short stories. Bernard Cape - was a prolific author with over forty volumes published. Instagram - Marley's Ghosts Twitter - Marley's Ghosts Email - marleysghostspodcast@gmail.com Sleep Well…
 
I am rooting for the cat through this entire story! The Squaw was first publish on December 2nd 1893 in the magazine the Holly Leave the Christmas Number. (This is my kind of Christmas story!) Bram Stoker of course is famous for bringing us all our knowledge on Dracula and vampires but this Irish author also had a lot of other fun horror up his sle…
 
Would you vote for a ghost? Should they have rights? Is this Jason Bourne's great grandfather? 1874 - is when this story first seems to have been published. Now I have found two versions in my research one published by Edward Page Mitchell and another by Dorothy Scarborough. Both Authors wrote collections of horror and ghost stories, so we'll give …
 
This is a proper scary story! Also warning there is harm that comes to a child/baby and I apologize if you're upset by that. As a mom it was difficult so I wanted to give a warning. This is another mystery author and publishing date. I found it in one of the collections of horror tales I have and loved it! Instagram & Twitter - Marley's Ghosts Emai…
 
A new car and winding road - will everyone survive? How It Happened - first published in 1913 and I think it's funny that it's subject is "Masculine Pride". That's going to get a guy every time. This story was written by none other than Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, one of my very favorite authors of all time. It's just a super quick nail biting adventur…
 
Will a young nurse maid survive a Haunted Scottish Mansion? This story was first publish in 1911 in a collection of stories about Scottish Ghosts. The author Elliot O'Donnell was an Irish author best known for his ghost stories. He even claimed to have seen a ghost at the age of 5 and to be strangled by a phantom while in Dublin. Feel free to reach…
 
HAPPY HALLOWEEN! This episode is about a deadly plague rampaging across the world...hmmm...seemed a perfect and timely story. This story was first published in 1842 and is written by the OG goth king of spooky stories Edgar Allan Poe. I didn't want to start my podcast with Poe because frankly I think that would be too cliche but I knew this story i…
 
What lurks upon the vast ocean? Can a man survive this ships extra passengers? I don't have any details about the book or the author, they themselves are a mystery. But I always love a ghost ship having grown up on a boat and thinking of the ocean as my home. I hope you enjoy this spooky tale Instagram: Marley's Ghosts Twitter: Marley's Ghosts emai…
 
A melancholy German student in Paris during the French Revolution what could go wrong? The Adventures of the German Student was first published in 1824 in Washington Irvings collection "Tales of a Traveler". It apparently has a french inspiration story that has been lost to time. If you love spooky tales you will be familiar with the American autho…
 
A relaxing vacation takes a terrifying turn when creepy crawlers wreck havoc on the guest of an Italian Villa. Caterpillars was first published in 1912. It is part of the crypto-fiction genre. So if you love cryptids, bugs or just dream of a vacation in Italy you'll enjoy this story. E.F. Benson was a prolific English author who brought his talents…
 
A mysterious Shadow appears on the wall and unsettles a grieving family. But is this shadow more than an unusual trick of light? Could it be an clue to murder? The Shadows on the Wall - first publish in Everybody Magazine March 1903. Mary E. Wilkins Freeman - American Author October 31, 1852 -March 13, 1930 (she was born on Halloween! how could she…
 
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