Episode 143:Like a Pep Rally In Hell

A midnight religious service turns into something much darker for one Los Angeles-based listener, and that's just one of the fantastic listener stories on this episode. Other stories take us to a mysterious frog-strewn road in Wisconsin and the deserts of Afghanistan, inspire conversations about cryptids like the Enfield Horror and a deep dive into the best of Hammer horror. The guys are together again after a month and it's good to be back

Story Time Codes

Dracula, from Victoria (32:00)

The Wumpf, from Leigh (47:00)

Afghanistan, from Victoria (59:00)

Frog Road, from Terri (1:18:15)

Dream Walking, from Alexandra (1:29:30)

Like a Pep Rally in Hell, from Amy (1:42:50)

Links mentioned on this episode:

The Enfield Horror: https://cryptidz.fandom.com/wiki/Enfield_Horror?file=Enfieldhorror02.jpg

Weird, Together: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx6KLAvVL39fDW1sBDwGQOw

Haunting in Afghanistan: https://www.wearethemighty.com/mighty-trending/war-afghanistan-paranormal-experiences/

Music on This Episode:

Main Theme: "Radio (Into the Darkness We Go)" by Podzontommusic

Stories Theme: "The Future Belongs to Them Now" by Hexxagram

Bumpers: "I Still Remember His Steps" by Rainy Days For Ghosts

"Radio", & "The Future Belongs to Them Now" are used with permission. All other music is composed by Rainy Days For Ghosts.

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