Tales of Terror Vol. 8


For our eighth annual Tales of Terror episode, we have not three, but five stories that span the range of things to fear–from angry men with shotguns, to bears and mountain lions, to things that really don’t have any explanation in the world of science.

First, we visit an abandoned Pennsylvania town with Joe Shearer. Then, we’ll wander the overgrown Forest Service roads of the Sierras with Drew Villeneuve, join Maria DeBari on a spooky descent from Washington state’s Mt. Stuart, jumpstart a dead car battery at a trailhead on the edge of Colorado’s Weminuche Wilderness with Sam Whitley and, finally, travel off the map in Iceland with Sal Zullo.

Happy Halloween!

Music: Live at Bazillus by Aidan Baker    •    If Walls Could Talk by Jacob Bain & Nis Kotto    •    Daemones by Kai Engel    •    The Meadow by Little Glass Men    •    No Longer The Damaged One (Rebirth Mix by Christopher Alvarado) by  Ars Sonor    •    Original Score by Amy Stolzenbach    •    No Longer the Damaged One (Original Mix) by Ars Sonor    •    Halloween by Steve Combs    •    Thru the Americas by Little Glass Men    •    A Ghost in My Own House by Schemawound    •    Oneiri by Kai Engel    •    paranoiaXII by The F*cked Up Beat   •    The Magic Bullet by Little Glass Men    •    Somnolence by Kai Engel    •    All too human. By Coin Locker Kid    •    If You Can’t Be The Sun, Be The Sun by Schemawound    •    She Wolf in my Heart by Sergey Cheremisinov  •    Dark November #1 by Wayne Kinos    •    We’ve Given Up On Love by Schemawound    •    paranoia XVI by The F*cked Up Beat    •    Portal by Evan Schaeffer

Tracks provided by Free Music Archive and with permission from the artists.


5 Comments on “Tales of Terror Vol. 8

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  2.  by  gReg

    Pardon my ignorance, but what is a “kuar” that is referenced in the 3rd story? I am sure I am spelling wrong… think this is just another example to ground me that at 40 years old I am more out of touch than I want to admit. 🙂 Great show was always Fitz, keep up the good work!

  3.  by  Kat

    The brewmaster one was by far the most scariest I found, seeing as the author met, spoke to, and was helped by a ghost. I want to know more! I wish I had the full name of the guy, or at least the name of the brewery.

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