Season One

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1.01 “A Stranger”

Ambrose Bierce presents a campfire story about four men who had no one left to tell their story. (NOTE: This 1909 story is set on America’s western frontier and features a presumably white character whose dialog reflects some of the racial insensitivity representative of his group.)

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1.02 “Dark and Dirty Corners”

“In most cases, a ghost haunts the living because something haunts the ghost.” — Vera Van Slyke

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1.03 “The Facts of M. Valdemar’s Case”

No one really breaks the Laws of Nature, but Edgar Allan Poe presents a weird experiment that bends the Dictates of Death.

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1.04 “Tremewen Grange”

A fireside story about a ghost who stopped for one last look.

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1.05 “An Unanchored Man”

“The magnitude of the afterlife is very much a mystery — perhaps especially to those of us who investigate it!” — Lida Bergson

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1.06 “Selenitha”

Upon showing off in front of friends, a man uncaps a power to dominate others that grows to dominate him.

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1.07 “The Baron’s Room”

A fireside story about the evil lurking within a room — and reaching beyond those walls.

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1.08 “Monstrimony”

“Come now, doesn’t the prospect of encountering the ghost of the missing link have a certain irresistible charm, Miss Van Slyke?” — Professor Geoffrey Wallace Livingstone Adams

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1.09 “Curious Mesmeric Experiences in California”

Sure, it’s good to walk in someone else’s shoes. But what if that someone else is standing on the gallows?

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1.10 From “A Visit to the Moon”

A couple on their honeymoon discover that the Moon is far from a romantic destination. In fact, if not ghostly exactly, it’s certainly ghastly!

Below is the audio-only version of “From A Visit to the Moon,” and you can click here to download it for offline listening.

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