Episodes

The Wicked Library

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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718: Idle Hands – by Kelli Perkins

The Devil is back this week, with a tongue in cheek and darkly humorous tale that's sure to give you ...
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717: Two Tales of Terror – by Scarlett R. Algee

Your Librarian brings you two tales of death, devouring, and reanimation. "And Drown Melancholy" puts you in the mind of ...
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S2E11: “Seeing Everything” by Samantha Pleasant LeBas

After losing her brother, Milo, to his struggles with Shell Shock after WW II, Mary-Anne finds her way to a ...
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716: Quem Infra Nos by Mark Nixon

Selected from the upcoming audio book edition of the Shadows at the Door Anthology, we bring you a haunting tale ...
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S2E10: “Brimstone” by Scarlett R. Algee

Trying to make up for her impoverished upbringing, Susan preys upon the people who trust her most. What she doesn’t ...
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715: The Journey by Eamonn O’Neill

Sim has struggled all his life to fit in -- a struggle to find peace and feel normal. When he ...
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Best of Season 3: “Always Something There to Remind Me” by Gary A. Braunbeck

When Cindy and her husband Randy start watching old home movies from his childhood, Randy begins to notice subtle differences ...
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S2E9: “Redemption” by Diane Student

Tina awakens in a strange building, feeling lost and confused, with no memory of what happened prior. It's not long ...
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714: There Will Be Refreshments by James Johnson

This dark, twisted, and entertaining tale is a wild ride into darkness. When Mark suffers a car accident, he is ...
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713: The Tyranny of Heaven by Vincent Asaro

In this dark tale, a resident of Hell relates the true story of Eden, The Fall, Satan, Lucifer, and God ...
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S2E8: “All Songs End on a Sour Note” by Jessica McHugh

There is only the song, the room, and the woman who makes the prisoner call her "Mom." It's been years ...
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