The show where no Creepypasta is safe! Join host David King and co-hosts Dead Palette, Allen, Kaela and a smorgasbord of guests as they put popular tales to literary scrutiny in a cold story read. With no script, no plan, no prep and no filters, these frequently insightful (and more frequently silly) episodes might be just as under cooked as some of the fiction read!
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#182 - "DoorlessChambers.com Forums"
It's been a long time coming, but Kaela assumes control again as she and Nick Barbera return to the mythos started in David's "Grad Night in the Haunted Mansion" and continued in "The Man with the Cane." What seems to be an innocuous archive of a Disney forum discussion may hide a deeper story, but is it worth digging through, or has David worn the idea into the ground? Do not pull down on the safety bar, please: we will lower it for you.
"DoorlessChambers.com Forums" was written by David King. Read along here.
#181 - Short and Shivery 24
It's the return of NoSleep Nonsense as Allen brings on Mike MacDee and Nick Nocturne for a rousing read of a faulty Alexa and a person with a talent that really sucks. How do these stories fair?
"My Amazon Alexa does more than just laugh" and "Why do all my lollipops moan when I put them in my mouth?" are both credited to iia.
#180 - Sunshine Biscuit Division
You're about to get more than you bargained for as Dead Palette, Chelsea and Travis become the Sunshine Biscuit Division. They rise and shine the light of day on a lost scene of "Saved By The Bell" and a haunted copy of Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3
#179 - "Tall, Thin and Faceless"
David has an in-person read with Ben Paddon for a story about the infamous Slenderman, police incompetence and apparent narcolepsy. Will this be a narrative reaffirming Slenderman's context as mysterious figure, or will it trip over its own tentacles?
Credited to HarbleMornets. Read along here.
Check out the Indiegogo campaign for Ben's "Typecast" webseries here.