08 Sep Daily Darkness – Episode 8 – “A Truckstop Horror”
Welcome to Episode 8 of Daily Darkness, hosted by Steve Taylor.
In this episode of Daily Darkness, our tale of terror comes to us from Chilling Tales for Dark Nights. If you enjoy what you hear, you can listen to more of them on their YouTube channel, at their website, or on Spotify. You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to get their latest updates.
Tonight’s tale was written by author Joshua L. Hood and is voiced by a full cast, starring Peter Bishop, and featuring Jesse Cornett, Brendan Hurlbert, Sarianna Gregg, Rebecca Peason, Otis Jiry, Jonathan Jones, Joseph Gable, Andrea Rose, and Steve Taylor. Original score and sound design by Jesse Cornett.
We present to you: “A Truckstop Horror.”
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Podcast executive produced and directed by: Craig Groshek
Podcast concept and production by: Craig Groshek
Podcast hosted by: Steve Taylor
Script by: Craig Groshek
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This is brilliant, scary and then so very sad. No good deed goes unpunished!