17 Oct Scary Stories Told in the Dark – Season 2, Episode 20 – “Sticks and Bones”
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 20 of Scary Stories Told in the Dark, starring Otis Jiry.
In this episode of Scary Stories Told in the Dark, we bring you four terrifying tales from authors N. Christ, Keith Daniels, Alex Lowe, and Alex Taylor, performed by host and narrator Otis Jiry, about repulsive reflections, fearsome forests, bone-chilling books, and lurid legends.
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STORIES FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE
“Mirrored” by N. Christ
“The Merton Account“ by Alex Lowe
“The Blaganschlor“ by Alex Taylor
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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I can’t wait to listen. Hope you have settled into your new home. U.s. misses you greatly💗
Otis you are a true story telling artist!!! I can’t stop listening to you tell tales. The timbre of your voice, the infliction of the words and the cadence in which they are delivered combine to create pure mastery. Thank you so much.