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Tales to Terrify

Drew Sebesteny
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The unseen creature whose ravenous fangs dog your every step as your footfalls echo down the midnight alleyway. more

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Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars from 822 ratings
  • good stories well told

    at least they dont lie about using professional voice actors all similar podcasts say . but this lot still constantly politely demand free money let the bastards starve i say or learn real altruism.

    Apple Podcasts
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    drgghuu
    Australia23 days ago
  • The Yukon vampire novel Nancy mentioned is called Goldcamp Vampire, written by Elizabeth Ann Scarborough.

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    a month ago
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    It’s sad that you felt like you had to describe your reader with all the woke labels, instead of just recognizing HIS talents. more

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    redwolfhopw
    United States2 months ago
  • another great story 👏🏼

    Castbox
    Matt Blakely
    2 months ago
  • That first story was way cool, very disturbing! A+!!

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    Elijah Reagan
    3 months ago

Chart Rankings

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#64 United States/Fiction/Drama
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#198 United States/Fiction
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#68 United Kingdom/Fiction/Drama
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#107 Canada/Fiction/Drama
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#180 United Kingdom/Fiction
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#239 Canada/Fiction

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