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.
Iris was ice fishing on Payette Lake in McCall Idaho when suddenly, with an impact she could feel through her feet, something struck the ice beneath her...
Molly, an adventurous dog visiting the Gulf Coast of Florida with her owner, finds herself in tall thick grass, thicker reeds, mud, and deep water. A perfect trap for the Skunk Ape.
A small town football star in the Arkansas hills finds himself running from more than his opponent this Friday night.
Across Fairfield County, Connecticut, whispers grow that back in the trees and forests, along lonely country lanes, live the “Melon Heads” — dangerous creatures known to lure and attack wayward outsiders.
The Top Bunk
Getting a room at camp with a single bunkbed all to yourself sounds great... until you begin to suspect that you’re not actually alone... and that someone— or something— is up in the top bunk…
You’ve seen it before: a shadowy figure in the corner of your room at Camp Whileaway. You want to run, scream, cry out for help... but you know you won’t be able to. That’s one of the powers of the Shadowman.
5 stars! And a couple suggestions
Awesome podcast all around but honestly don’t be afraid to make them even scarier! Weston is an excellent narrator. Couple episode suggestions- -
-Wendigo (Native American legend)
-Devil’s trampling ground (North Carolina urban legend)
-Bridgewater Triangle (all sorts of crazy/haunted stuff in Southeastern Massachusetts)
This podcast has become one of my favorite fall activities like visiting a pumpkin patch or watching Hocus Pocus. Really enjoyed the summer camp series as well. It’s always just spooky enough to get the hairs on the back of my neck standing up but not scary enough that you lose sleep. I wish y’all had more merch options.
I just want to say that your podcast scares me half or death (that’s a good thing) and I only want to ask if you can do one from Texas please.