What shares us in this world? What stays just beyond our sight? Only the shadows know.

New Podcast Coming Tuesday and Other News

Hey, hi, hello─

First off, please don’t go drown in the lake or burn off your eyebrows this weekend, K? K.

I’m releasing my next podcast this coming Tuesday and super pumped that I’m getting to cover urban legends again. If you aren’t familiar with my work, you can check it out here. These episodes (in between our horror tales written by yours truly) focus on the supernatural, horror, urban legends, creepypasta, and bizarre mythologies. There’s something magical about the world holding mysteries that can’t be explained. For me, that world is the world of the unknown─ and not just any unknown, the kind we grew up with as warnings for children. Specifically, tales of the boogey-men. It really drew me in and fascinated me, that a creature could spirit me away into worlds unknown.

What waited there, I wonder?

My mother loved the tale The Pied Piper of Hamelin, we would read it often when I was a kid. I would think on these kinds of stories many times. Where had he taken them? Had the Pied Piper really been a demon tricking the townsfolk by sending the rats into the town─ and then, acting as their savior? Even stranger is that to my surprise and delight the story was actually based off of historical records! So now, even as an adult I find myself intrigued and wondering just where did the children go and who was the Pied Piper?

If you’re interested in real-life horrors, I also cover hauntings and the terror that the supernatural have brought into other people’s life. The creepy, the spooky, the downright sinister corners of the world.

Anyway~ This coming week we’ll cover one of my personal favorites The Black-Eyed Children, along with a few other disturbing urban legends. Join me as we uncover spine-tingling tales of terror─

That is, if you’re brave enough.

“Let me inside, please.”

Pleasant dreams all.

xoxo─

Grey

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