Satanic Story Time Contributors
Aaron Mantle was born in Dayton, Ohio and raised in Miamisburg, Ohio.
He became an active member of the Church of Satan on April 11, 2012. He attended Central Texas College and received his Associate’s Degree in General Studies. Aaron is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology & Security through Campbell University.
Aaron enjoys playing horror board games, watching horror movies, and writing fiction.
In January of 2015, Aaron contributed to the vocals on Gyps Fulvus’ album: Gyps Fulvus III: Reflections, Revelations, and Roads Less Taken – Disc 2 – In Tenebris Lumen.
Aaron’s introspective qualities eventually inspired him to conjure up the Satanic Story Time podcast which is now available at his website, www.satanicstorytime.com, Radio Free Satan at www.radiofreesatan.com, and a number of other Internet venues.
Church of Satan Magister Bill M. is the creator and host of history's longest-running Satanic podcast, The Devil's Mischief on Radio Free Satan, the station for which he additionally serves as producer of “Confessions of a Wicked Witch” and creator of numerous promos. He continues to contribute interviews and published essays on Satanism.
Jessie Twain is an active member of the Church of Satan. Her monthly segment "I Dream of Jessie" appears on the 9 Sense Podcast. When not podcasting or working her boring day job, Jessie likes to read. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and two cats on a piece of property slowly developing into heaven on earth.
Warlock M. A. Mandrake is a voice actor, writer, cartoonist, and musician. His work, which emphasizes comedy and the grotesque, has been featured on numerous podcasts and in Old Nick Magazine.
Having accidentally stumbled upon the Church of Satan a few years ago, he decided to join “for a bit of craic”.
Since then he has become an Active Member and founder of the Satanic Players Society.
When not providing dodgy narration, editing and sound effects. Colin enjoys model painting, herpetology and of course making a nuisance of himself on online forums.
Alexandra L. first discovered Satanism shortly before her 13th birthday and received her membership card on the morning of her high school graduation.
Now a young woman in college, she dedicates most of her time to her studies and scientific research, cherishing the free time that she can spend on simple pleasures such as reading, exercise, walks in the woods, and time with friends and family.
She prefers not to take a public role in the CoS as of now, but contributes behind the scenes when she can, playing occasional minor roles in the Satanic Players Society's productions and sometimes proof-reading the essays and writings of other members.
Grigori T. Cross
Grigori T. Cross was raised by an English Literature major and a naval engineer. He grew up in a household that loved both film and the theater, and is excited to be a regular contributor to the Satanic Players Society.
Mr. Cross is a philosophy scholar whose previous employment has been in food, books, and electronics. He enjoys writing fiction, heavy metal music, and YouTube videos.
Music obsessed workaholic and junk food junkie. Writer, Photographer, Princess and Witchy Woman.
Snowboarding, skydiving, reading, writing
"I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy!"
Erin Cassavaugh is the host of Down to the Crossroads, a Blues segment on the 9sense podcast. She works and lives in downtown Baltimore as a Library Services Specialist.
G.R. Wilson loves to write stories, ride horses, and play video games. He began writing fiction in elementary school, (fables back then, not Horror stories,) took a long break, then began again his freshman year of college, when on a whim he wrote a Fantasy story about a ranger hunting down and killing a giant spider. That was fun, so he kept writing stories until he could publish his first Horror anthology, titled Right Behind You: Tales of the Spooky and Strange a couple years later. His first novel, The Devil and the Doctor, will be released in Fall of 2015.
He also acts on occasion, and enjoyed puppetry and comedic theater in high school, where he got to have his pants fall down on stage one time. He's excited about the way that podcasts like Satanic Story Time have brought back radio dramas as a popular form of entertainment, and enjoys contributing to the show's success. He currently resides in NY, but may not for much longer.
The diabolical product of an ultra-conservative New England upbringing, Citizen Horror's interest in the darker side of the human psyche regularly put him at odds with peers during his formative years. He spent most of his childhood on independent projects, eschewing a bland and vacuous social life in favor of literary pursuits. Though a dismal student in Elementary and Middle school, Citizen Horror's appreciation of education bloomed in his Junior year of High School. After a six-year hiatus, Citizen Horror attended Community College in 2012, becoming a member of Phi Theta Kappa in early 2013 and winning an award for outstanding scholastic achievement in Liberal Arts during his graduation in May of 2015.
Citizen Horror got his start in voice-acting in 2012 while working at a Sears, where he announced sales and promotions over the intercom and quickly became known among his co-workers as “The Voice”. About a month after quitting Sears, he attended the Church of Satan's 50 year anniversary event where he met several members of Radio Free Satan. Within a week of the event, he was voicing his first script.
The Mask of Medusa is Alec’s first foray into voice work and is looking forward to continuing with his contributions.
Alec is an active Church of Satan member, and father to two beautiful children who are his world. His hobbies include paranormal investigating, comic books, autographs, action figures, war memorabilia, snowboarding, fishing, hunting/shooting and sports cards.