TWL 800: Christmassacre 2017

The Librarian wakes from his post-Halloween slumber long enough to bring you Christmassacre 2017! Back in the hosting chair for this special episode is original Host and Creator of The Wicked Library, Nelson W. Pyles.
Deck the Halls – Daniel FoytikI want to Eat Your Eyes – Jesse J. SaxonOh Christmas Tree – Pippa BaileyThe Jólakötturinn – Kelli PerkinsThe Year Christmas Came to Madison Bear – Aaron Vlek
Credits

Authors: Daniel Foytik, Jesse J. Saxon, Pippa Bailey, Kelli Perkins, Aaron Vlek | Storyteller: Nelson W. Pyles | Custom Score: Nico Vettese | Voice of the Librarian: Nelson W. Pyles | Voice of Victoria: Amber Collins | Producer: Daniel Foytik | Executive Producers: Cynthia Lowman, Nelson W. Pyles Read More …

TWL 733: Doubly Dark – Season Finale

In her first full length episode, Brooke Warra helps us close out season 7 with two Wicked tales. In “Sleepyhead” a girl struggles to be accepted until fate ties her to boy and everything changes, then in “Irreconcilable Differences” a man deals with a terrible loss the best way he knows how for many years, until he’s presented with a choice.

Check out the new podcast collective The Wicked Library has joined, Dark Myths. Author:Brooke Warra | Storytellers:Cynthia Lowman (“Sleepyhead”), Mike DelGaudio & Nichole Goodnight  | Art: Alex J. Murd | Interview: Jeanette Andromeda | Custom Score: Nico Vettese | Voice of the Librarian:Nelson W. Pyles | Voice of Victoria:Amber Collins | Host / Producer:Daniel Foytik | Executive Producers: Cynthia Lowman, Nelson W. Pyles Read More …

TWL 731: Pop-Pop’s Gift

On his 89th birthday, Nicky’s Pop-Pop shares an amazing and crazy, unbelievable tale with his grandson as his final gift.

Enjoy this tale of man-eating plants, evil squid-like creatures from other realms, things that dwell in a dark crypt, and ice cream cake!

Check out the new podcast collective The Wicked Library has joined, Dark Myths.

The Wicked Library is a proud member of the Society 13 Podcast Network.

Credits

Author:Tony Sarrecchia | Storytellers:Daniel Foytik and Kellen Stennett  | Art: Daniel Foytik | Interview: Jeanette Andromeda | Custom Score: Ryan Lessard | Voice of the Librarian:Nelson W. Pyles | Voice of Victoria:Amber Collins | Host / Producer:Daniel Foytik | Executive Producers: Cynthia Lowman, Nelson W. Pyles

Show Notes: http://thewickedlibrary.com/731/ Read More …

TWL 730: Highway 16

When a young woman stops to help an old man on an empty highway, not all is as it seems. The man is looking for more than assistance and what he needs is more than she’s willing to give.

The story is based upon the Highway of Tears, a Canadian highway from British Columbia to Alberta. The bodies of 19 First Nation’s women have been discovered along the stretch of road, but more than 40 women are said to have been taken from Highway 16 over the years.

Show Notes: http://thewickedlibrary.com/730/

Credits

Author:Caitlin Marceau | Storytellers:Daniel Foytik, David Ault, Nichole Goodnight | Art: Daniel Foytik | Interview: Jeanette Andromeda | Voice of the Librarian:Nelson W. Pyles | Host / Producer:Daniel Foytik | Executive Producers: Cynthia Lowman, Nelson W. Pyles Read More …

TWL 728: Louise, Your Shed’s on Fire

Matthew Weber makes his Wicked Library debut with this darkly comic homage to alien invasion stories, Meg Thatcher witnesses a mysterious object fall from the sky and crash into her neighbor’s shed.

Then things get weird.

Author: Matthew Weber | Storyteller: Cynthia Lowman | Art / Interview: Jeanette Andromeda | Voice of the Librarian: Nelson W. Pyles

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TWL 723: Amelia’s Labyrinth

John Clewarth makes his Wicked Library debut with this darkly mysterious tale.

George Paddison is sent to boarding school, deep in the North Yorkshire countryside. His wealthy father, the owner of a national newspaper, says it will be ‘the making of him’. At first, George is lonely and bewildered in the vastness of the Manor School, but is befriended by a captivating young boy, named Joseph Longmire. George is fascinated by Joseph’s prized possession, a toy Victorian theatre, through which he makes up his own stories. By means of distraction, Joseph takes George exploring in the huge grounds, to a mysterious woodland that is home to a strange natural phenomenon. Read More …