Two stories of weather and what comes with it. In, “The Raincaller,” a drought causes a group of farmers to take justice into their own hands. In, “Oligach, Who Came From the Fog,” two newcomers to a small mining town share one too many secrets.
Two stories of dreams and their consequences. In the first, “Beyond the Lucid Dream,” a man ventures too far into his own dreams. In the second, “The Strange Dream of Mr. Bartlet,” a man’s recurring nightmare starts to affect his appetite.
A single story of a celestial event, in two parts. In “Starfall,” a meteor shower brings with it more than just an evening light show.
A single story in two parts. In “What I Found in the Woods,” a man must care for something he doesn’t understand.
Two stories set in holy places. In the first, “The Chapel on the Hill,” a man visits with an old friend, on a trip home. In the second, “Sanctuary,” a stranger comes to a church looking for sanctuary from a storm.
Two ghost stories. In the first, “Fever Dreams,” a man recounts a childhood illness during which he almost died. In the second, “In the Static,” a man obsessed with numbers stations hears something else buried in the static.
Two stories of things hidden. In the first, “The Voice Memos of Arnold Walters, Mystery Author,” a writer takes a retreat in an old hotel, hoping to cure his writer’s block. In the second, “The Pit,” a man discovers something disturbing in his basement.
Our first ever bonus episode. A story that didn’t fit in episode 10. In “The Man in My Backyard,” a mystery man terrorizes a father.
Two stories of things that bump in the night. In the first, “The Cat with No Legs,” a family deals with the death of a pet cat. In the second, “Dark at Night,” the stars stop shining.
Two stories of light. In the first, “Natural Light,” a man’s new painting doesn’t agree with the candles nearby. In the second, “Three of Them,” an industrious individual tells all about his clever business.