What happens when you take three people, put them inside a Secret Government Agency and give them access to the largest collection of folklore, fairytales, and legends that have (n)ever existed? You are about to find out...
Behind The M.A.S.S.K. Part Two
Chad talks about the "First Contact" as he takes us "Behind The M.A.S.S.K." to hear the story of the show's first interaction with BrJordan, the origin of Dana, and the turning point in the direction of the show.
Behind The M.A.S.S.K. Part One
Part one of an exclusive look behind the scenes of "Down To Folk.
Interlude - Directive 42
Chad finds plays a tape he found that seems to be Lloyd visiting the crew of Podcast 42 to recruit replacements.
After 6 months, 25 episodes and over 50 stories...you FINALLY get the one story you actually want…or do you.
The Holy Trinity of Blah get personal (allegedly).
This week Ariel, BrJordan, and Chad talk about their favorite monsters, something sounds different, and we learn something that is unexpected.
From the first episode I listened to I was hooked. Creative and entertaining. I LOVE the narrator’s voice, just sets the tone.
DTF!!!…not what you think
Throughly enjoying this podcast. Glad to see my friend, BrrrrrjjrdAN, sharing his writing with the world. Storytelling, poetry, and an electronic voiced, sarcastic borderline offensive, host bring this podcast above others. If you want to know why some fairies take your teeth and others leave hair on your pillow, or how beloved characters from childhood turn out as adults…this is for you!
Strangely funny or funnily strange
Down To Folk is more than just a podcast filled with stories and folktales you would never hear anywhere else. But these stories are so wacky and filled with 'wait, what?' moments that that would be enough. However it also is populated with a group of narrators who have stories of their own that unfold as the series continues. The show is funny, clever, and sometimes just outright surprising, and makes me want to listen the moment a new episode drops.
Where could an idea like this have even come from? T'was the wendigo, I reckon ;)