Join SNL's Anna Drezen and comedian Andrew Farmer for an hilarious deep dive into the terrifying world of American folklore, ghost stories, hauntings, and urban legends, through the lens of the classic children's series Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark. Produced by the Forever Dog Podcast Network.
Summer of Sommers: Odd Thomas
In this last installment of Summer of Sommers, Anna and Andrew watch the surprise delight “Odd Thomas” and talk pre-ghosts, character walks and the indignity of working with bugs.
Listener Campfire Tales: The Phantom Camper
In this Listener Campfire Tale, Anna and Andrew read a chilling account of a ghostly camper from legendary gentle listener and camp counselor, Ayan
Summer of Sommers: The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
Wrapping up The Mummy trilogy, Anna and Andrew discuss its third and final entry along with the disappearance of Rachel Weisz, the emergence of Michelle Yeoh and the handiness of helpful yetis.
Listener Campfire Tales: Evil Sugar Daddy
In this ep, Anna and Andrew read a listener’s disturbing late night diner encounter, then talk the horror of other people, mind-altering substances and Mariah Carey.
“Summer of Sommers: Van Helsing ft. Paul F. Tompkins & Janie Haddad Tompkins"
In this blockbuster of an ep, Anna and Andrew welcome the spectacular duo of Paul F. Tompkins and Janie Haddad Tompkins to discuss the legendary Sommers film “Van Helsing.” All will be covered, including Dracula’s bat size, Frankenstein’s vocal range and the afternoon Wolf Man.
"Listener Campfire Tales: Rooster Foot and Stogie Cat"
In this installment of Listener Campfire Tales, Anna and Andrew read a great-grandmother’s account of headless ghosts, demon hotties, and piano-playing cats, then discuss the comparable magic of…Billy Joel?
Here for it.
Why yes, I do want to engage in a one-sided conversation about my favorite childhood scares.
Delightfully scary (just enough)!
I only recently started listening to this podcast and have been inhaling all the back episodes. I love Anna and Andrew and would listen them talk about algebra, they are that funny and endearing, even if they are super duper extremely political all of the time, as referenced in episodes from 1.5 years ago that I very recently heard. Just today I became convinced there is someone living in my central air conditioning ducts. And i don’t have central air. Do you find this scary? Do you? Oh, and I must warn you about the contagious nightmare episode. SCARY!!!! For 4 nights in a row I set an alarm to go off every hour. I was exhausted all day, but I didn’t have the nightmare, praise the lord. I am 43. But in my defense, I was only 42 when I did this. And I keep coming back for more. Infinity stars. Now I’m getting out!
This is some of the most unfunny cringe garbage I’ve ever heard. They laugh at their own jokes more then anyone listening. If you have the humor of an Immature high school girl then this is for you.