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Dark Waters


Back again from the land of andouille sausage, sordid history, and the hushed whisperings of
Voodoo, it is the Creole King of Creepy himself; Mr. Dark Waters. Joining Jim for a second round, Dark comes to share the release of his new audio book set to drop on Halloween, his approach to demonic entities, his favorite types of cigars, and much more.
Dark Waters brings a new format into the world of recounting paranormal experiences. More
than just retelling old stories, Dark Waters seeks out and researches the history of some of the most chilling encounters with the unexplained. Dark Waters then presents these stories in an audio book style format with the goal of leaving the listener frightened at the end of every segment. It is very easy to see why his channel continues to grow at an exponential rate. Dark Waters’ acute attention to detail causes the listener to not only visualize the scenario, but allows them to feel as if they are a part of theexperience as well. This certainly ups the creepiness level making for a more addictive listening
An interesting point that is brought up during this episode is the number nine. Why is nine not
used in things such as OS designators, phone variations, and so forth? Could it be because nine is “the last of the cardinal numbers, and the most worldly and sophisticated of all numbers? The 9 has some similarities with the 6. However, whereas the 6 as a symbol of motherly (or fatherly) love, giving its love and care to friends, family and the immediate community, the 9 offers it to the world at large; the 9, more than any other number, has global consciousness. Looking at the shape of the symbol is, as always, quite telling. The 9 is like the 6 upside down, a symbol of her offering sympathy and compassion to everyone; a reservoir of giving with a generous downward spout.” Does nine hold some numerologist significance that would spur a great awakening and the powers that be seek to keep us in a perpetual dulled state so they totally avoid the number knowing the great potential it holds? Maybe. Just a random thought. Dark Waters’ site is a treasure trove of the creepy and unknown so make sure to head over to to get all of the latest info and stories. For all things Malliard your destination of choice and of course Twitter @Malliard. One last follow on to the show and an agreement with Dark Waters, Drew Estate’s Liga Privada line of cigars are fantastic, especially the “No.9” and “Dirty Rat.” This is by no means an endorsement for Drew Estate, just this humble writer’s simple opinion.