17 episodes

We Should Split Up: Frightful Advice for Spooky People is an advice podcast broadcasting from Salem Cove, the 4-time (nonconsecutive) winner for Eeriest Mid-Sized Town in the Northeastern Coastal Region. Hester Doyle, your a-ghoulie aunt, answers real listener questions every Thursday with a rotating cabal of co-hosts, including Norm the werewolf in denial, Jeff the head in a box, Velveteen O'Hara the taxidermist, Sloane the zombie rights advocate, and Graven Hews the illustrated man (and part-time meteorologist).

Submit your questions to frightadvice@gmail.com

Logo art by Maya Renfro featuring public domain images from the British Library (jolly good place).

We Should Split Up: Frightful Advice for Spooky People Hester Doyle

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 12 Ratings

We Should Split Up: Frightful Advice for Spooky People is an advice podcast broadcasting from Salem Cove, the 4-time (nonconsecutive) winner for Eeriest Mid-Sized Town in the Northeastern Coastal Region. Hester Doyle, your a-ghoulie aunt, answers real listener questions every Thursday with a rotating cabal of co-hosts, including Norm the werewolf in denial, Jeff the head in a box, Velveteen O'Hara the taxidermist, Sloane the zombie rights advocate, and Graven Hews the illustrated man (and part-time meteorologist).

Submit your questions to frightadvice@gmail.com

Logo art by Maya Renfro featuring public domain images from the British Library (jolly good place).

    2-1: The Reappearance of Hester Doyle

    2-1: The Reappearance of Hester Doyle

    The mayor and Norm finally track down Hester Doyle...and learn the secret that has kept her away for so long. But while they've been searching for Hester, someone has stolen Halloween! What will happen in the new season of We Should Split Up?

    Submit your questions to frightadvice@gmail.com. Please rate, review, and subscribe!

    In this week's episode:

    Jeff Landale plays Jeff the Head in a Box
    Tom Caiazza plays Norm the Postman
    Mayor Caroline plays herself
    Agnes Wilkerson plays herself
    Hester Doyle plays herself

    Logo by Maya Renfro
    Theme music: "Die in a Fire" by Menage a Garage

    Play nice, ghoulies!

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    • 11 min
    Episode 13: The Disappearance of Hester Doyle

    Episode 13: The Disappearance of Hester Doyle

    In the thrilling conclusion of season 1, Norm and Mayor Caroline team up to find Hester Doyle, who's gone missing right on the day she was foretold to be abducted by the beast from the sea!

    We Should Split Up will return with full episodes on August 15. In the meantime, we'll release some bonus content in the weeks between.

    Submit your questions to frightadvice@gmail.com! Or follow us on Facebook or Instagram @frightadvice and send a message there.

    Please rate, review, subscribe, and share; We Should Split Up is available wherever your podcasts lurk and at www.frightadvice.com.

    If you are experiencing a crisis, please do not wait to hear from Hester to get help. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 800-273-8255.

    In this episode,
    Jeff Landale appears as Jeff the Head in a Box
    Tom Caiazza appears as Norm the Postman
    Duster Hoyle appears as himself
    Mayor Caroline appears as herself!
    Zak Rogoff appears as Zakkai the Fishnamer
    Donnie Riggs appears as the Beast from the Sea
    David Thompson appears as the narrator

    "Dear Agnes" written and performed by Donnie Riggs. Check out his band, Two Ton Twig!

    All fish names invented or researched by Zak Rogoff.

    Our lovely logo was created by Maya Renfro and our theme music is "Die in a Fire" by Menage A Garage, used with permission. Thanks guys!

    Play nice, ghoulies.

    • 23 min
    Episode 12: Baffled Like the Wolf

    Episode 12: Baffled Like the Wolf

    Hester gets closer to the heart of the mystery of Agnes Wilkerson...and her thirteenth episode, where she'll meet her fate (and the beast from the sea?)!

    Submit your questions to frightadvice@gmail.com! Or follow us on Facebook or Instagram @frightadvice and send a message there.

    Please rate, review, subscribe, and share; We Should Split Up is available wherever your podcasts lurk and at www.frightadvice.com.

    If you are experiencing a crisis, please do not wait to hear from Hester to get help. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 800-273-8255.

    In this episode,
    Hester Doyle appears as herself.
    The Wild Woman of the Woods appears as herself, now get off her lawn.

    Theme Music: “Die in a Fire” by Menage A Garage
    Logo Artwork by Maya Renfro
    Sound effects thanks to the generous audiophiles of Freesound.org


    Play nice, ghoulies.

    • 29 min
    Episode 11: Taxidermy?! I Hardly Know Ermy!

    Episode 11: Taxidermy?! I Hardly Know Ermy!

    Hester asks Velveteen to look after the cat and bat Vincents as she secretively prepares for a journey to get to the bottom of Agnes Wilkerson's disappearance. Meanwhile they answer listener questions about crushes and careers.

    Submit your questions to frightadvice@gmail.com! You can also message Hester on Facebook and Instagram @frightadvice or via the anonymous comment box on www.frightadvice.com.

    Please rate, review, subscribe, and share; We Should Split Up is available wherever your podcasts lurk.

    If you are experiencing a crisis, please do not wait to hear from Hester to get help. If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts, there are people who care and want to help you right now at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255.

    In this episode,
    Hester Doyle appears as herself.
    Velveteen O'Hara appears as herself.

    Theme Music: “Die in a Fire” by Menage A Garage
    Logo Artwork by Maya Renfro
    Sound effects thanks to the audiophiles of Freesound.org

    PLAY NICE, GHOULIES

    • 29 min
    Episode 10: Mail Order Pride

    Episode 10: Mail Order Pride

    Norm joins Hester to talk about moving on, finding your confidence, and possibly one of the most important questions we've tackled: how to show your cat you love them.

    Submit your questions to frightadvice@gmail.com!

    Please rate, review, subscribe, and share; We Should Split Up is available wherever your podcasts lurk. Follow @frightadvice on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and visit www.frightadvice.com to sign up for the Salem Cove newsletter and get spooky bonus material not available anywhere else.

    If you are experiencing a crisis, please do not wait to hear from Hester to get help. If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts, there are people who care and want to help you right now at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255.

    In this episode,
    Hester Doyle appears as herself.
    Tom Caiazza appears as Norm the Aggressively Normal Postman. Check out his podcast, The Middle Bits.

    Theme Music: “Die in a Fire” by Menage A Garage
    Logo Artwork by Maya Renfro
    Sound Effects Thanks to the Generous Audiophiles of Freesound.org

    Edited on Audacity because I spent all my money on the microphone

    PLAY NICE, GHOULIES

    • 33 min
    Episode 9: The Illustrated Ham

    Episode 9: The Illustrated Ham

    Graven Hews can't find what he's lost at Hester's house because he can't remember what it is. So in the meantime, he gives some advice to someone who wants to stop being a troll, and other spooky people.

    Send your questions to frightadvice@gmail.com.

    This week's letters used with permission from their original reddit posters.

    Our logo is by Maya Renfro and our theme music is Die in a Fire by Menage A Garage. All sound effects are thanks to the generous audiophiles of Freesound.org.

    Play nice, ghoulies.

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Hazel Bellhop ,

Siren song to the anxious mind

I listen in the half hour between waking and getting ready for work. I worked the graveyard shift for 16 years then was given the option of dayside or quitting, as someone who lives with social anxiety and depression, I find this podcast is just the thing to help me slip into another hectic day.

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