17 Mar Scary Stories Told in the Dark – Season 3, Episode 14 – “Beyond the Veil”
Welcome to Season 3, Episode 14 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 from authors Rhonnie Fordham, Oliver Dace, David Feuling, and James Colton, performed by host and narrator Otis Jiry, about close calls, macabre museums, cursed criminals, and creepy congregations.
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STORIES FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE
“The Sunnyside Murders” by Rhonnie Fordham
“The Ember Smell of Winter” by Oliver Dace
“The Stuck-Pig Stranger” by David Feuling
“Night Communion” by James Colton
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 © 2019 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 love this show so much! The stories are fresh, unique, creepy. The narrator is consistent, almost fatherly; makes for surprising combinations in the storyline at times. It’s comfort horror for the soul. Thank you!