Welcome back, audio drama aficionados! We’re still working our way towards Halloween, and there’s no better way to do so this show than wrap up last week’s story with it’s chilling conclusion. We’re talking about the story of the dark and mysterious Enfield Manor on one late Halloween night in “Shade of Night” from ‘The Night Keep’. The Night Keep and its productions was started by writer/composer Daniel Edenfield, who was looking for an outlet to practice his craft. Now, it has become a hub of spooky storytelling, created by a group of friends eager to develop audio drama horror stories. If you like what you hear from The Night Keep these past two shows, we strongly recommend you look up their Soundcloud page, where you’ll hear more of their past works. The folks at Night Keep have announced that there will be more horror to look forward to in 2019 as well – visit their website or follow them on twitter @TheNightKeep for more info. Also, if you’re visiting HauntCon 2019 in New Orleans, be sure to be on the lookout for The Night Keep there as well!
After that, we’re treated to a suspenseful tale straight off the presses – or in this case, developed. The Darkroom Podcast is a new series revolving around the seemingly innocent curiosity of one amateur photographer and the discoveries and stories that come to light as he recovers and develops old rolls of film he finds in abandoned, antique cameras. Inspired by the real-life curiosities of creators Ian Harriman and Ryan McGowan (who both worked in the same local thrift store), their first story leads to a supernatural discovery of one of the gods of old. And if you enjoy this story, their second episode will be released at their website this coming Wednesday, October 24th, so you won’t have long to wait for their next spooky tale.