The Simply Scary Podcast – Season 2, Episode 10 – “All’s Well That Ends”

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Welcome to Season 2, Episode 10 of The Simply Scary Podcast. This episode of our program is hosted by G.M. Danielson.

This episode will see the first in a series of episodes dedicated to one terrifying author and the fear that they can create. For this evening’s event, we have compiled a collection of stories from the works of Manchester-based author, Gareth Shore. For you, this Ray Bradbury-inspired wordsmith will unfold dark horizons guaranteed to threaten your slumber. His tormented tomes will provide evidence that, without a shadow of a doubt, “All’s Well That Ends.”

Come Into My Parlour written by Gareth Shore and performed by Peter Bishop (narrator/David Simmonds), featuring Heather Ordover (The Innkeeper). Production by Jesse Cornett. Score by Jesse Cornett. Monsters aren’t always the predators and when they become the prey, monster hunters must be crafty. For the beasts that haunt dreams lie right outside the door.

Till Death Do Us Partly written by Gareth Shore and performed by Brindolyn McNair (all roles). Production by Jesse Cornett. Score by Jesse Cornett. Caring for your loved ones should not be an undesirable task. But, when their suffering is prolonged, the devastating consequences of seeing the unbearable decay before you can snap the most even-minded.

Sweet Victory written by Gareth Shore and performed by Jason Hill (narrator, sniper), featuring Jesse Cornett (Torquemada Special). Production by Jesse Cornett. Score by Jesse Cornett. You, like every human, will face your time to die. But what if your approaching final moments become more of a proving ground for new technology, than a way to illicit corporeal transition?  If you’re thinking “Robocop,” think again.

Each to Their Own written by Gareth Shore and performed by Jesse Cornett (narrator, the voice, Khalid, Fire Call, Death Call, Brace Call), featuring Jordan Lester (Helen) and Ashley Tolfo (Joanna). Production by Jesse Cornett. Score by Jesse Cornett. A woman, mid-flight, traveling to witness the wedding of her daughter, struggles to come to terms with the matrimony. Burt her outdated understanding and devoutly fundamentalist beliefs about marriage are going to have to take a back seat to a much more pressing matter: her imminent demise.

A Light at the End of the Tunnel written by Gareth Shore and performed by Jesse Cornett (narrator, Shaun), featuring Peter Bishop (Jim) and Heather Ordover (Jean). Production by Jesse Cornett. Score by Jesse Cornett. We all remember the things our parents taught us. But what awaits the subject of this tale is a torturous revelation that no one could have prepared for.


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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

Audio program © 2017 Chilling Entertainment, LLC – All Rights Reserved. No reproduction or use of this content is permitted without the express written consent of Chilling Entertainment, LLC. The copyrights for each story are held by the respective authors.

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the Other Half
the Other Half
7 years ago

Hello everyone- The Other Half here… I encourage you to comment here when you listen and let us know what you think! Share the scare and enjoy the show! :)>

Tom the bugger
Tom the bugger
6 years ago

Wtf you guys are slipping your barely putting out a show a month. Is everything alright I love your show and I’m worried about you guys does the dummy have dryrot or something?

Some Nerd
Some Nerd
6 years ago

The Torque Armada you say? Either that’s an intentional reference to the old Buzz Lightyear cartoon or one Hell of a coincidence. For context:

Gareth Shore
Gareth Shore
6 years ago

SOME NERD, just in case you’re not joking, the reference is to the head of the Spanish Inquisition, Tomas de Torquemada. You knew that though, didn’t you?