Edgar Allan Poe once said ““All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream.” In this case we have an inspiring lady a talented writer and actor Lanee landry..
Lanee Landry interviewed on Beyond Reality Paranormal Talk Radio and if I may so, did a wonderful performance at that. Lanee is an actress and writer, known for Run, Zombie, Run (2008), The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014) and The Deepening (2006). among other projects she has either done or worked on since then include, The Deepening, Shreek Of The Sasquatch and Hate.
A listening link to her most recent interview On Beyond Reality Paranormal Talk Radio can be found below.
The Town That Dreaded Sundown can be watched below.
In the spring of 1946, in the small town of Texarkana, on the Texas/Arkansas border, a series of horrific murders were committed by a masked assailant known only as “The Phantom Killer.” For three harrowing months, the Phantom stalked the back roads of Texarkana following young couples looking for privacy to isolated areas where their screams for help would go unanswered. Though, several arrests were made in connection with their brutal slayings which ended as suddenly as they began. The killer’s identity was never confirmed, indeed, many people who lived through that nightmare time believe the Phantom spent the rest of his days free walking on the streets of Texarkana quietly anonymously until his assumed death. In 1976, a film inspired by the infamous Moonlight Murders was released. Every year on Halloween, “The Town That Dreaded Sundown” was screened somewhere in Texarkana and tribute to the Phantom’s legacy of death and blood. Today, Texarkana is a place haunted by the past defined by a mystery that was never solved and the tragedy that could never be forgotten. The following happened in Texarkana last year.”
In closing as I have interviewed maybe thousands now, lanee is a great guest to have on your shows any time. She is a pro-type speaker with more then adequate skills to entertain her audiences. Can you imagine what she is like on the set?
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