This is not only my favourite podcast, it's one of my favourite ever pieces of fiction. It starts out as a small town spooky buddy comedy and soon evolves into a powerful story of found family, getting back up when you think you're defeated, and love triumphing over hate. Alongside the gags and the weirdness, there's contemporary political insight, LGBT representation and allyship. Growing up in the 90s, this reminds me of cult TV like X-Files, Buffy and SPN. If you want characters that feel like family, tight layered writing, a stunning soundtrack and nail-biting drama, dive in.