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He says “ I ain’t you grandfather” not “ I hate your grandfather”
I regularly listen to the chilling tales for dark nights at work and just overall everyday life. The stories are always captivating and entertaining. They help me pass 10 hours of work like it’s nothing. I even go back and restart the seasons when I make my way up to the latest episode.
His laugh is just getting worse 😭i never thought id get tired but maybe its not me..
Could be one of if not the best horror story podcast if the ads and intros were cut down to a single ad per episode and a short intro of the reader the reading and the writer
Otis has the best voice for story telling. The stories are really good too.
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this podcast launched 6 years ago and published 345 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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