S2E14: “A Red Ring for a Winter’s Eve” by Gwendolyn Kiste

S2E14: “A Red Ring for a Winter’s Eve” by Gwendolyn Kiste

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Today’s episode was written by the amazing Gwendolyn Kiste!

After her popular best friend Maggie is killed in an accident, wallflower Annora must contend with her own grief as well as her guilt and invisibility at being the one left behind. But when, in a moment of weakness and anger, she pilfers something that belonged to Maggie, Annora soon learns that there are far worse places to be than at a funeral as she comes face to face with Victoria—and the embodiment of everything that haunts her.

S2E13: “Scars” by Jon Grilz

S2E13: “Scars” by Jon Grilz

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Today’s episode was written by the talented Jon Grilz of Creepy and Small Town Horror!

Kurt is a fighter who’s spent a long time in the ring and his career is nearing it’s end – whether he wants to see that or not. He’s made questionable choices in his pursuit to become a legend in the ring, but when he finds his way to a certain Building and and meets a certain little girl named Victoria, he’s given a chance to change his path.

S2E12: “Slipping Away” by Lee Forman

S2E12: “Slipping Away” by Lee Forman

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On a lonely night after a long day of seeing patients, a psychiatrist has his nightly rituals interrupted by a certain little girl who understands more about his inner workings than he would expect from a “strangely dressed child.” He is made to face himself, who he is, and the haunted past he’s ignored for three years.

Special thanks to Nichole Goodnight for voicing Audrey.

S2E11: “Seeing Everything” by Samantha Pleasant LeBas

S2E11: “Seeing Everything” by Samantha Pleasant LeBas

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After losing her brother, Milo, to his struggles with Shell Shock after WW II, Mary-Anne finds her way to a certain building where a wise-beyond-her-years young girl named Victoria awaits.
A ride on Victoria’s Lift leads to an unexpected reunion, and allows her to see how her actions have resulted in Milo being unable to find his final rest.

Written by Samantha Pleasant LeBas of the Just a Story and Audio Dime Museum Podcasts

Special thanks to Agnes Obel for authorizing our use of “The Curse” as our Outro for this episode.