S3E04 “Everything is Wrong” ― The Simply Scary Podcast ― Award Winning Horror Anthology Podcast

In this episode of The Simply Scary Podcast, we’ll be your guide through the twisted worlds and disturbed imagination of authors Jackson Laughlin, Wynne F. Winters, Zamil Akhtar, and Pen_Phantom13, with tales concerning bad news, messages from beyond the grave, sinister secrets, the not-so-delusion last words of a dying man, and the unusual lengths a man goes to in order to win someone’s affection.

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STORIES FEATURED:

“The Coroner Was Wrong” by Jackson Laughlin. Narrated by Jonathan West, and featuring Steve Taylor. Sound design by Chazz Ravenelle and Felipe Ojeda. Original music by Felipe Ojeda.

“Daddy’s Girl” by Wynne F. Winters. Narrated by Heather Thomas. Sound design by Felipe Ojeda. Original music by Felipe Ojeda.

“Rapture_2018” by Zamil Akhtar. Narrated by Jason Hill, and featuring Brindolyn McNair. Sound design by Chazz Ravenelle and Felipe Ojeda. Original music by Felipe Ojeda.

“The Last Pine Barrener” by Pen_Phantom13. Narrated by Jordan Lester and Otis Jiry, and featuring Nikolai Porter. Sound design by Chazz Ravenelle and Felipe Ojeda. Original music by Felipe Ojeda.

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TIMESTAMPS:

0:03:06 – “The Coroner Was Wrong” by Jackson Laughlin

0:20:31 – “Daddy’s Girl” by Wynne F. Winters

0:38:35 – Show Wrap-up

0:40:54 – Final Credits

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The Simply Scary Podcast – Season 3, Episode 4 – “Everything is Wrong”

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Podcast executive produced and directed by: Craig Groshek
Podcast produced by: Craig Groshek
Podcast hosted by: Otis Jiry
Sound design by: Chazz Ravenelle and Felipe Ojeda
Original Music by: Felipe Ojeda
Script by: Craig Groshek
Original artwork by: David Romero
Theme music by: Jesse Cornett

Audio program © 2018 Chilling Entertainment, LLC – All Rights Reserved. No reproduction or use of this content is permitted without the express written consent of Chilling Entertainment, LLC. The copyrights for each story are held by the respective authors.

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