A single story. In “Unfathomable Depths” an experiment in a secret facility goes horribly wrong.
Two stories about bodies and bodies of water. In “It Spoke,” a corpse in a riverbed says a few words. In “The Watermen of Drag Lake,” a local legend is born.
A single story about creepy crawlies in the house. In “In the Walls,” a grieving man finds a creature that’s come out of a hole in the drywall.
Two stories of blood. In the first, “Bloodstain,” a couple contends with a mystery stain in their bedroom. In the second, “Bad Tastes,” there’s an interesting side effect of a man’s wisdom teeth removal.
A single story, told through 10 of a captain’s audio journals. In “A Small and Heavy Chamber,” an exploratory mission to the reaches of the solar system goes wrong.
A single story. In “Parlor Trick,” a magician uses a mirror, for magic trick.
Two stories about infection. In, “Just Come Home,” a relationship is infected by an outside force. In “Toe Infection,” you get an ingrown toenail on your toe, that grows into something much worse.
A single story, revisiting a theme. In, “Dreams of Dead Energy,” a man struggles with his work, the effect of leisure, and his insignificance in the face of an uncaring universe.
I’ve got a quick message for you, in anticipation of next week’s episode. Death, Dying, and Other Things is joining The Modern Horrors Podcast Network, and I couldn’t be more excited.
Two stories: one that ends, and one that starts, in a grave. In the first, “Resurrection Men,” a pair of body snatchers dig up a corpse. In the second, “The Spiraling Grave,” a woman wakes up in a coffin.