Scary Stories Told in the Dark – Season 2, Episode 9 – “Paranormal Pursuit”

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Welcome to Season 2, Episode 9 of Scary Stories Told in the Dark, starring Otis Jiry.

In this episode of Scary Stories Told in the Dark, we bring you five terrifying tales by authors Marshall Bannana, Kevin Thomas, Hagen Loyd, Nick Llanes, and Maxwell Malone, performed by host and narrator Otis Jiry, about demonic doppelgangers, paranormal premonitions, not-so-imaginary friends, malevolent masquerades, and vanishing victims.

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The version of this podcast which is made freely available here contains the first 3 stories listed. To enjoy the premium, extended version of this episode – as well as our extensive audio archive of other terrifying tales – please sign up for a Patrons accounts today.

Stories featured in this episode

Constance” by Hagen Loyd

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

Audio program © 2018 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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Kyle Gruber
Kyle Gruber
5 years ago

I’ve been avoiding this faction of Chilling Tales because Otis Jiry tends not to use sound effects, ambience, or additional cast members but I noticed that this episode contained a Lovecraft mythos story so I took a listen. The whole show was excellent, I’d be happier with higher immersion from the aforementioned perks but this certainly did the trick.