The Gehenna Gaming Podcast features actual plays, interviews, game system deep dives, Gamemaster advice, and more from the minds of horror tabletop fans, artists, and game developers.
Masks of Nyarlathotep: Season 1, Episode 4 - New York, USA
Four years have passed since our intrepid investigators traveled to Puno, Peru, with their friend Jackson Elias. After receiving a strange telegram from Jackson asking for their help, they travel to the Hotel Chelsea on a frigid January evening to meet with their friend and embark on a new adventure...
Masks of Nyarlathotep: Season 1, Episode 3 - Puno, Peru
Puno, and the ruins Larkin recruited our investigators to explore, lie ahead. What will they find at the Ruins, and will Elias’ contacts in Puno help them stave off the threat of the Kharisiri?
Masks of Nyarlathotep: Season 1, Episode 2 - Lima, Peru (cont.)
Our investigators, reeling from their discovery in the archives of the Museo de Arqueologia y Antropologia, regroup and discuss their next steps, leading to a confrontation with their employer and even more disturbing discoveries...
Masks of Nyarlathotep: Season 1, Episode 1 - Lima, Peru
Five intrepid investigators travel to Lima, Peru, in response to an advert for explorers, financiers, and antiquarians for a life-changing find deep in the foothills of the Andes. These events will kickstart a globe-trotting, earth-shaking mystery, the likes of which have never been encountered before.
Episode 36 - Gehenna Gaming Interviews: Storyteller’s Forge
We sit down with two of the founders of Storyteller’s Forge, Rick Heinz and Courteney Penney. The creative team behind The Red Opera has just launched their latest endeavor alongside previous collaborators, DiAmorte - The Black Ballad, a new scenario book for 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons that explores where your PCs go when they die.
Episode 35 - Gehenna Gaming Interviews: Kay Lynch
We sit down with Kay Lynch, festival director, film producer, event producer for the George A. Romero Foundation, and founder of Salem Horror Fest. Kay is an innovator in queer and horror spaces, and Salem Horror Fest became a beacon in the horror community since its launch in 2016, championing queer and women-led horror media.