Cole, Mark, and D come to you to showcase some of the most interesting stories on the Tiny Terrors Offline Scary Story Exchange. As they fall deeper into the grips of the forgotten world of scary stories pen pals, they'll find that not all is as it seems. There are bits of ourselves we give away as we tell our stories, and there are those things without eyes in the dark that feed as we spin our yarns.Produced by Pulp Audio Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Yay The AHHHHMAZING David Ault, nice surprise ☺️
Tiny Terrors involves a bunch of characters recording spooky stories from a story exchange from an earlier age of the internet. If it reminds you of The Magnus Archives that's not an accident. I didn't realise the character Donnie Sums was a spoof of Jonnie Sims until I heard who they got to voice the character.
This show bills itself as an anthology, and it is.... sort of? I mean, it's got different, stand-alone short stories, read by a single narrator. But the meta-plot is so integrally a part of the story, that it's not really meta? I came in expecting something that was focused more on the stories themselves, but am not at all disappointed with what I got instead. more
I remain only about 80% sure that the entire premise of this show isn’t actually just a little bit real. It’s very uncomfortable, and if it wasn’t for the fact that I have heard most of the actors in others things, I would fully believe it! The short stories themselves are spooky in their own right and the show so far has broadened out into a wider plot which is equally disturbing. I’m really excited to see where the plot goes and I really hope we get some more episodes with the characters readi... more
The perfect podcast. I've been listening since they launched, and today I've decided to relisten to the whole thing because it's so freaking good. Bite size horror anthology with an amazing premise and incredible voice acting. Listen now, I guarantee you will love it.
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Tiny Terrors launched 8 months ago and published 27 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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