The Milkman of St. Gaff's

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Lovecraft meets Kafka in this fantasy/horror podcast about Howie, a troubled young man who joins the milkmen on the island of St. Gaff’s, only to discover that the milkmen harbor a dark and dangerous secret.

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This one of our new favourite shows! The juxtaposition of dark and upbeat is fantastic. A dark dystopia, reminiscent of George Orwell or Aldus Huxley l, but obscured from view by an infectiously light-hearted surface level plot, with the sinister moments only rearing occasionally. The combination of small town life charm and foreboding secrets is very enjoyable. The humour is so innocently sprinkled in by the lovablly nieve narrator. Very glad to have come across this show and can't wait for more!
I LOVE how weird and funny and dark and fascinating the world is--taking the mundane and making it both funny and unsettling with the promise of so much bubbling under the surface. Kafka-esque indeed. I can't wait to see where this goes!
Very new, only one episode out at the time of this review. Very eerie and low-key funny. Definitely getting some creepy vibes -- I can't wait to hear more!

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Podcast Details

Created by
Christopher Scott McClure
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Aug 10th, 2020
Latest Episode
Sep 18th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
4
Avg. Episode Length
20 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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