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An Interview with BC is Creepy's Ariel Hansen and Christopher Graham

by Mike Haberfelner

August 2018

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Your new podcast BC is Creepy - in a few words, what is it about?


In our podcast we talk about history, folklore, and anything strange that has happened in British Columbia, Canada.


As filmmakers, what made you cross over into podcasting for BC is Creepy, and what are the key similarities and differences working in these two media?


We're both huge history buffs, and the podcast was a way we could tell those huge, strange, old stories without having to have a huge budget or gather a crew. As well, it's allowed us to keep creating content on a weekly basis for the fans we already have and the new ones we gain.


What inspired you to do a show on creepy cold cases in the first place anyhow, and is British Columbia especially rich when it comes to creepiness?


We're really big fans of true crime, we love reading about the circumstances, and really understanding the mindsets of a murderer. In this respect, we don't think BC is that unique, murder happens everywhere. But there are some things outside of the world of true crime that we've learned which do make this province special. For instance Victoria is considered the most haunted city in Canada based on its dedication to preserving old buildings and gravestones, as well as its abundance of natural springs, salt water, and distant mountains that are said to be especially good at retaining ghostly energy. Also if you listen to episode 9, you'll learn that our coast is strangely and scientifically attractive to disembodied feet.


Do talk about the research that goes into each episode, and how do you go about this aspect of things?


Each week we alternate who leads the episode, and the other is left in the dark, this allows for a bit of surprise and banter. When Topher leads, he normally reads as much as he can to get an idea for a story, and then the next day he'll organize a fact sheet so he's able to refer for names and dates and specific details. Ariel on the other hand likes to take notes as she researches either through articles or documentaries and then uses them as the bones for her story for the episodes where she's taking the reigns.


Some of the wildest stories BC is Creepy has covered so far, and are there some stories too weird to do a show about even?


Topher's personal favourites have been the Boozin' Barber, which was just such a weird dive into this strange character who, well we don't want to spoil the surprise but he had a really creative way of killing, and Deadman's Island. As he peeled more layers he kept finding dark stories each more violent than the last! Ariel on the other hand loved learning about Brother XII and his cult as well as researching one of her favourite Vancouver murders that she'd been telling people about even before we started the podcast, but that episode won't be out until next week.


We don't think anything would be too weird, as long as it has enough information to be a good story, however when it comes to murders we generally try to avoid anything that is too recent or might be inappropriate for our more lighthearted approach.


So do take us through the whole process of making your actual podcast, and how much fun is it still?


Every Tuesday we get together at Ariel's house, one of us will have researched a topic and the other one is in charge of dinner. We set up the microphone, banter away, and then Ariel edits it for release. We're up to our 13th episode in the recording process and still finding a wide variety of creepy things that we had no idea happened here. It really gets fun when we bring on guests since we're never sure how they're going to approach their topics.


The $64-question of course, where can one catch BC is Creepy?


Google Play, Itunes, YouTube & Podmatic.


Anything you can tell us about audience and critical reception of BC is Creepy yet?


We've been told people appreciate our unique takes on history, and the detail we like to put in, also that our topics have been really fun.


So what have you planned for the future of BC is Creepy - and other future projects you'd like to share?


BC is Creepy was Bad Cookie's first delving into non-fiction and we've really taken a liking to creating content in these different ways. While we're still dedicated to our narrative genre films, we're expanding our repertoire to become well rounded content creators. Just recently we've started our Women in Horror interview series Your Creepiest Corner


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