25 Apr Season 2, Episode 6 – “Don’t Look Away”
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 6 of The Simply Scary Podcast. This episode of our program is hosted by G.M. Danielson.
We dedicate this presentation to the work of author William Dalphin. Not since Stephen King’s “Night Shift” have we seen a short story anthology with as much bite as this Indiana native’s generous compilation of 35 harrowing nightmares in his book, “Don’t Look Away”, soon to be available on Amazon.com! We have worked directly with the author to choose some of the most tantalizingly of his terrifying tomes from his shriek-inducing collection to adapt for you, in order that you might experience his nightmares in vivid psycho-color audio, like only the Simply Scary Podcast can provide. We are proud to present our exclusive auditory renditions of Wil Dalphin’s most spine-tingling selections. Whatever you do, “Don’t Look Away.”
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“The Crawling House on Black Pond Road” written by Wil Dalphin and performed by Jason Hill, featuring John Evans and Barry Bowman. Production and score by Jesse Cornett.
“The Ant King” written by Wil Dalphin, and performed by G.M. Danielson, featuring Ashley Tolfo and Nate Hawkins. Production and score by Jesse Cornett.
“The Painting of a Hallway” written by Wil Dalphin, performed by Steve Taylor, featuring Jesse Cornett, Brindolyn McNair, Eden and Otis Jiry. Production and score by Jesse Cornett.
“The Well Went Bad on the Pierson Farm” written by Wil Dalphin, performed by Pendleton Arkwright, featuring Aaron Ordover, Eden, Aiden Ordover, Mary Naugle, Otis Jiry, Heather Ordover, Luke Fischer and Jesse Cornett. Production and score by Jesse Cornett.
“The Last Halloween” written by Wil Dalphin, performed by John Evans, featuring Aiden Ordover, Heather Ordover, Brindolyn McNair and Ashley Tolfo. Production and score by Jesse Cornett.
Podcast executive produced and directed by: Craig Groshek
Podcast produced by: Jesse Cornett
Podcast hosted by: G.M. Danielson
Music & sound design by: Jesse Cornett
Script by: Jesse Cornett
Original artwork by: David Romero