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Published on 16 Aug 2017. Perseus starts on the quest to slay Medusa...and it's weird.
Published on 18 Jun 2017. It's episode 07 of Season 9. On this week's show we have four tales about nearby nightmares, dubious doubles, and woodland web sites. "Too Close to Home"‡ written by H.F. Fae and performed by Jessica McEvoy. (Story
Published on 03 May 2017. Sorceress. Confidant. Traitor. Sister. All of those words describe Morgan Le Fay, King Arthur's half-sister. She is by far the most complex character I've come across in the Arthurian legends, but she's constantly por
Published on 05 Mar 2017. It's episode 19 of Season 8. On this week's show we have five tales about bloody buildings and bullies. "A Party in a Church"† written by T. Weaver and performed by Matthew Bradford & Dan Zappula & Nicole Goodnight &
Published on 28 Feb 2017. Unsuspecting Sam Bobienski gets plucked out of his content and happy life as a fast food chicken server and thrust into the bizarre hipster art world when a mysterious artist draws a picture on his butt at a party. Cou
Published on 19 Feb 2017. It's episode 17 of Season 8. On this week's show we have six tales about death in all the most bizarre ways they can be inflicted. "Spencer’s Last Prank"‡ written by Rona Vaselaar and performed by Matt Bradford & Add
Published on 12 Feb 2017. It's episode 16 of Season 8. On this week's show we have five tales about things which disappear but are never truly gone. "Passit, Florida"‡ written by S.H. Cooper and performed by Addison Peacock & Alexis Bristowe
Published on 10 Feb 2017. "Sleep is dying, and has been for a long time now, through uncounted ticks of clocks and the flickers of thousands of too-brief candles." It's the night of the Senior Prom, and rather than show up awkwardly, Cassie ha
Published on 07 Feb 2017. Kirsten’s commute is when she really focusses on whether she has the power to destroy Lucy Headrick’s life. Yes, the question hums in the background at other moments, like when Kirsten is at the grocery store and sees
Published on 31 Jan 2017. Offred begins meeting with Joseph more regularly, in secret. After learning of Ofwarren's suicide, Offred becomes increasingly uneasy about her situation, intensified by witnessing a "particicution" ceremony led by Mis
Published on 31 Jan 2017. “Love, in all forms, had turned into a kind of regret.”
Published on 29 Jan 2017. It's episode 14 of Season 8. On this week's show we have six tales about aviation, mutilation, and fornication. "The Whispered Fears of Wayward Boys"† written by C.K. Walker and performed by Addison Peacock & Matthew
Published on 24 Jan 2017. “She found it hurtful to see other people’s smiling, healthy families or, even worse, to hear about lives that seemed as fragile as her own.”
Published on 22 Jan 2017. It's episode 13 of Season 8. On this week's show we have five tales about cowering, scouring, and devouring. "Heroes and Monsters" written by M.J. Pack and performed by Erika Sanderson & Eden. (Story starts around 0
Published on 18 Jan 2017. This week, there are two stories from Japanese folklore.  The first has to do with  a butterfly that just won't give up trying to land on the face of a dying man. The second is of a monk-in-training who just doesn't wa
Published on 17 Jan 2017. "It was a mystery to me how Svetlana generated so many opinions. Any piece of information seemed to produce an opinion on contact. Meanwhile, I went from class to class, read hundreds—thousands—of pages of the distille
Published on 11 Jan 2017. A story of a young woman from Nepal who has a (sadly) common problem for folklore, but a very uncommon solution. Also she eats goat vomit. She probably doesn't enjoy it, though. The creature this time is the Habetrot,
Published on 10 Jan 2017. “Jerome, with a very serious expression, asked what Dom would do if an alien wanted to have sex with him.”
Published on 10 Jan 2017. Our protagonist receives her new assignment and her new name. Offred. Of Fred. It is her third posting and she well knows that unsuccessful handmaids are sent to clean up deadly wast in the colonies, with a life expect
Published on 03 Jan 2017. The government of the United States has been overthrown and replaced by a fanatic military theocracy called the Republic of Gilead. As women's rights are being stripped away, our protagonist, her husband and four year-
Published on 03 Jan 2017. Having lost everything, even her name, our protagonist begins her indoctrination into the new religious order. She is sent to the Rachel and Leah Reeducation Center, where she will be trained to be a handmaid. An hon
Published on 30 Dec 2016. Being a miner is like playing Russian roulette every day of your life. Any morning you might wake up, and find the chamber with the bullet. Tommy - the youngest in a long proud line of West Virginia coal miners - fin
Published on 18 Dec 2016. It's episode 11 of Season 8 and time for our 2016 Christmas special featuring stories about frightening festive fears. "It's Cold on Christmas Eve" written by Michael Whitehouse and performed by G.M. Danielson & Jesse
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