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.
Two stories of strange group behavior. In the first, “Going Away,” a man’s friends start behaving erratically at a going away party. In the second, “Dive,” a dive bar in the middle of nowhere always has a crowd.
Two stories of the underneath. In “Why I Can’t Sleep,” a man recounts a childhood sleepover that still haunts him. In “Teeth in the Yard,” some strange teeth turn out to be more than just a curiousity.
A single story, in two parts. In “This House is Not a Home,” a mother discovers that her new house might not be so welcoming to new guests.
Two mysteries. In “The Wounded Man,” a witness to a bizarre event becomes obsessed with it’s conclusion. In “Exactly One Inch,” a friend’s sudden disappearance disturbs the ones closest to him.