These are the stories of impossible encounters with impossible creatures in the wildest corners of North America. We’ll travel the country, sit around campfires and talk about that thing that ran across the trail in the middle of the night, just beyond the beam of your flashlight. Come closer to the fire. Let’s hear the next legend.
The Chicago Wolfman
There have been sightings of a wolf in Chicago. And something about that doesn't seem quite right... So what could the giant beast roaming the streets be?
The Sunnyvale Haunting
This bonus episode is celebrating the new REI Co-op store in Sunnyvale. A store with a very haunted reputation.
The Black Horse Dog
On Highway 87 in Montana there's a lot of road, sky and not much else. Unless you saw that someone (or something) walking along the side of the road…
In this episode, we're going to travel back in time. Into the middle of a black night in 1875. Aboard a sailing ship called the Olympus where you'll meet a creature who is determined to make this night your last.
The Mill Thing
The old abandoned mill has stories attached to it — stories of a creature without a name. Something the mill workers used to call Him or It or The Mill Thing. Whatever its name, it's the reason this place is left alone.
There are plenty of interesting stories about the Denver airport — from mysterious arsenals to underground tunnels, there's something eerie about the place. Something a bit haunting.
Love this podcast
I have listen to every single one of these the are not scary and are fun to listen to around a campfire or alone in a tent they will travel u into the lives of these people and the experiences they feel. 100 % love this podcast🥰🥰🥰😍😍
Only one complaint…
…and that is that this podcast doesn’t update daily. In a world where people on the Left and Right seem to want to spend all their time ripping each other apart, Camp Monsters is a great break from the craziness. I’ve listened to the entire series several times and always look forward to the next upload. Weston Davis in an outstanding storyteller with great mic presence and the writing is tight and engaging. Since we backpack, we are up to our necks in water bottles and canteens but let me know when you come out with the Camp Monsters ball cap or multi-tool!
This podcast is winderfull
Its spooky and fun with great storytelling and sound effects to boot. I love this podcast so keep doing what your doing!!