Wrong Station is an award-winning podcast anthology of original horror and weird fiction. Drawing on the tradition of The Twilight Zone and the classic radio serials that inspired it, Wrong Station transports the listener into the darkest corners of appalling new worlds with each episode. Wrong Station is not suitable for anyone. It may however be enjoyed by viewers of David Cronenberg, by readers of Shirley Jackson, and by listeners of Quiet Please. Listen to Wrong Station. Let it Change you. For more about Wrong Station, visit our website at www.wrongstation.com. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Bluesky @thewrongstation or on Facebook. For exclusive bonus episodes, ad-free listening, behind-the-scenes content, and more, you SIMPLY MUST explore our Patreon at www.patreon.com/thewrongstation. Wrong Station is an entirely independent production that relies on Patreon subscribers to produce the show and pay performers. Your support, tribute, and burnt offerings are what make Wrong St... more
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I usually hate conversations like this but I found this conversation pretty entertaining. I was too busy to skip over it because I was cleaning and I ain't mad at it. It was very entertaining.
Really great podcast. With respect, the outro viola is not unique, original, or spooky. It’s inexcusably atonal and lessens the rich vibes of the otherwise well-crafted production.
I've listened to it twice already, such a lovely and twisted story, a perfect seasonal treat! A Halloween treat maybe? *cue the Easter rabbit*
“The Hunting of the Lath Worm”should be a film… or maybe that would ruin it… Idk. 3 Cheers 🥂 and a standing ovation from yours truly. more
oooh this was a good one
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Wrong Station launched 7 years ago and published 173 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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