28 episodes

Mystical truck drivers. Robots gone haywire. Killer clown demons. And pie. So. Much. Pie. This quirky, darkly comic, Southwestern-flavored anthology brings you a new paranormal audio play every month. Sit back, open your ears, and hold on tight. Because you're about to take a quick detour...through Uncanny County.

Uncanny County Todd Faulkner and Alison Crane

    • Comedy Fiction

Mystical truck drivers. Robots gone haywire. Killer clown demons. And pie. So. Much. Pie. This quirky, darkly comic, Southwestern-flavored anthology brings you a new paranormal audio play every month. Sit back, open your ears, and hold on tight. Because you're about to take a quick detour...through Uncanny County.

    13: Tales From A Distance Of No Less Than Six Feet - Day 1

    13: Tales From A Distance Of No Less Than Six Feet - Day 1

    Sheriff Rowland checks in on Deputy Dillard on day one of voluntary County quarantine.

    • 4 min
    12: Santa's Last Stop (S2, Ep12)

    12: Santa's Last Stop (S2, Ep12)

    Happy Holiday Hullabaloo from Uncanny County!
    Here's an early holiday treat - a bonus mini-episode featuring a ex-con serving his community service as a helper to the Man in Red and White, only tonight - his sentence is up. And now, this non-saintly Nick is ready to use his magical powers to turn the tables on all the good folks on his list - until an encounter in Uncanny County changes him for all time…
    Suitable for the whole family.
    A transcript is available at uncannycounty.com.

    • 11 min
    11: The Clowning (S2, Ep11)

    11: The Clowning (S2, Ep11)

    Susan Pasternak’s five-year-old son Tyler was conceived the night she and Sheriff Rowland fought off an invasion of clown-like creatures from another dimension. During the attack, Tyler’s father was murdered by the white-faced monsters. And now Susan’s about to discover that monsters can take many forms, and they often appear where you least expect them. Especially… in Uncanny County.
    Trigger warning - CLOWNS.
    Stand-alone episode, but technically a sequel to the season one episode Coulrophobia, by Todd Faulkner.
    Written and produced by Todd Faulkner, recorded and mastered by Kevin Ramsay. Original score by Kori Celeste. 
    It featured Alison Crane as Susan, Nicole Greevy as Sheriff Rowland, and Griffin Robert Faulkner as Tyler, along with the vocal talents of Todd Faulkner, Babs Winn, Uma Incrocci, Jenny Kirlin, Emily Battles, Christian Pedersen, and William Franke.
    The song No Accidents was written and performed by Ned Massey. Available on iTunes.

    • 32 min
    10: Imperfect Storm (S2, Ep10)

    10: Imperfect Storm (S2, Ep10)

    Rocky Mitchum is a storm chaser. He drives head first into dangerous weather whenever it appears. Like all of us, he’s lookin’ for something. But sometimes the thing you’re lookin’ for is also lookin’ for you. You just might not recognize it…in Uncanny County.

    • 27 min
    9: Wichita Starman (S2, Ep9)

    9: Wichita Starman (S2, Ep9)

    Summer, 1975\. Russ Matheson’s life is about to change in some very big ways. A county lineman, Russ spends his days - and often his nights - working on telephone lines, keeping other folks connected, while he slowly but surely drifts away from the ones he loves. But a strange encounter will send him off on a new journey – one that flies straight through the heart – of Uncanny County…
    Marked "explicit" for mild language.

    • 26 min
    8: Wellness (S2, Ep8)

    8: Wellness (S2, Ep8)

    A new workplace is full of unfamiliar faces, sights, and sounds. But every office has its usual suspects, and anyone eager to stay employed gets to know the lay of the land as quickly and enthusiastically as they can. Of course, that land isn’t always what it seems… especially in Uncanny County.
    Written by Amanda Maciel, produced by William Franke and mastered by Kevin Ramsay. Featuring Nicole Greevy as New Girl, Kirk McGee as 575, and Alena Acker as HR, with the vocal talents of William Franke, Sky Smith, Todd Faulkner, and Amanda Maciel.

    • 35 min

Customer Reviews

cjaed ,

very good storytelling

found this through the NoSleep Podcast... haven’t been able to turn it off since. Excellent storytelling, interesting stories & great voice acting.

daniel-bris-aus ,

A brilliant show!

If you like shows like "The Twilight Zone", "One Step Beyond" or the Australian TV show "The Strange Calls" You will love this show. It's brilliant!

Jonezy57 ,

just the goods

realy good podcast just get it

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