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The Wicked Library

726: Blood Pressure – by T. D. Trask

T.D. Trask returns to the Wicked Library with this dark and humorous tale. When a small Pennsylvania town is faced ...
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725: A Priest in Love – by Stephanie Ogrodnik

Stephanie Ogrodnik makes her Wicked Library debut with this dark and atmospheric tale. Father William Blackwell has fallen in love ...
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S2E15: “A Writer’s Journal, Vol 1” by Daniel Foytik

Today's episode was written by Daniel Foytik. This week, we share entries from the journal of a mysterious writer trapped ...
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724: Classically Wicked

This week, we dig into the archives and share 3 classic wicked tales by Daniel Foytik, Rebecca Snow, and Kerry ...
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S2E14: “A Red Ring for a Winter’s Eve” by Gwendolyn Kiste

Today's episode was written by the amazing Gwendolyn Kiste! After her popular best friend Maggie is killed in an accident, ...
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723: Amelia’s Labyrinth – by John Clewarth

John Clewarth makes his Wicked Library debut with this darkly mysterious tale. George Paddison is sent to boarding school, deep ...
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S2E13: “Scars” by Jon Grilz

Today's episode was written by the talented Jon Grilz of Creepy and Small Town Horror! Kurt is a fighter who's ...
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722: Ten Little Indians – by Patrick Moody

Patrick Moody makes his Wicked Library debut with this story told by Addison Peacock. In this dark tale, Celia’s family ...
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S2E12: “Slipping Away” by Lee Forman

On a lonely night after a long day of seeing patients, a psychiatrist has his nightly rituals interrupted by a ...
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721: Extra Wicked Summer Anthology

This week, thanks to our Patreon supporters and some very Wicked Authors, we have been able to produce three Extra-Wicked ...
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720: Bone Peyote – by Ricardo Victoria

A journal is found that tells an incredible story about a young man and his friend's experiments with a powerful ...
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719: Dead Man’s Caul – by Jessica McHugh

Jessica McHugh returns with a new wicked story narrated by Nelson W. Pyles. In this dark tale, a sailor looking ...
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