We’re well and truly into the Halloween season now, and coming back to this podcast feels like coming home. It’s always such a good feeling to come back to this podcast, particularly at this most opportune time of year. We’re moving into cooler weather, and it’s time to let your spooky flag fly! Drink that hot tea, curl up in front of a stormy window at midnight, and really soak up everything that this best time of the year has to offer.
Okay, ready to get spooked?
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Content Warnings: hauntings, scopophobia, experiences which may be construed as stalking
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Well, that does it for this episode. If you’d like to submit your own personal spooky tale to be read on the show, head to HauntedPod.com and click on the link to submit your story. You can also e-mail me at Hauntedpod@gmail.com
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Production assistance by: Jesse Hawke
Writing assistance by: Meg Williams
The official composer for the show is Nico at We Talk of Dreams, check him out on twitter @wetalkofdreams or wetalkofdreams.com
Audio Engineering provided by Chaes at Gray Multimedia
Until next time…did you hear that?
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