Welcome back to The Wicked Library for our season of Sci-Fi Themed Horror. We kick of the season with a dark tale written by Crystal Connor and told by Denise Michelle Johnson, accompanied by a custom score by Nico Vettese of We Talk of Dreams.
In this dark tale, we jump into the past, then the future, multiple times to bear witness to a war of ages. Science and myth are combined into a terrifying adventure in this story spanning centuries.
Warning: The Wicked Library is a horror fiction podcast created for a mature audience. Our stories contain graphic descriptions of pain, murder, violence, blood, betrayal, and inhumanity; monsters win, people die, and hope is often shattered. There is also beauty, heart, catharsis, and raw emotion. Fear may be deeply personal, but we all share it. If at any time a story takes you to a place too dark, turn on the lights, press pause, or press stop. And always remember, that unlike in the real world, these nightmares and your participation are under your control.
Producer & Showrunner: Daniel Foytik
Lead Editor & Executive Producer: Scarlett R. Algee
Creative Director & Executive Producer: Jeanette Andromeda
Resident Composer & Executive Producer: Nico Vettese, of We Talk of Dreams
Hosted by: Daniel Foytik
Artwork: Jeanette Andromeda
Score & Incidental Music: Nico Vettese
Main Theme: “The Library Awakens” Nico Vettese
Final Audio Mix: Daniel Foytik, 9th Story Studios
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