27 Apr Chilling Tales for Dark Nights – Season 4, Episode 35 – “Ostensibly Occult”
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Welcome to Season 4, Episode 35 of Chilling Tales for Dark Nights, hosted by Steve Taylor.
In this episode of Chilling Tales for Dark Nights, hosted by Steve Taylor, we invite you to leave behind your safe reality, and descend with us into the frightening depths of the most terrifying imaginations, with audio adaptations of three rounds of frightening fiction, from authors Kristyn Mass, Richard Saxon, and Erik Peabody, about occult antagonists, haunting hotels, and military malfeasance.
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STORIES FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE
“The Fane” by Kristyn Mass (feat. Kristyn Mass)
“Room 404: Not Found” by Richard Saxon (feat. David Nagel)
“What Was Brought Home” by Erik Peabody (feat. Erik Peabody)
Podcast executive produced and directed by: Craig Groshek
Podcast produced by: Craig Groshek
Podcast hosted by: Otis Jiry
Stories performed by: Otis Jiry
Sound design by: Craig Groshek
Script by: Craig Groshek
Original artwork by: David Romero
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