This week we feature a thrilling Halloween special with back-to-back horror including works from the Icebox Radio Theater and the Willamette Radio Workshop.
These are the last two stops on our Halloween penultimate event – the six-hour live radio drama fest called Transcontinental Terror.
First, Icebox introduces us to a pair of teenage girls whose relationship starts to… well, suck, in a story of teenage vampires unlike anything you’ve ever heard.
Then, Sam Mowry of the WRW renders us a spooktacular version of the classic Lovecraft tale “The Outsider,” with delicious soundscape thanks to Joe Medina and others.
Stay tuned for the main event!
I loved the Halloween show and am looking forward to your series…but I wondered if there’s any way to gauge the listeners for Trancontinental Terror…
Wow. This was actually really creepy. There’s many different ways you can interperet the ending and it’d be a great story to have a discussion page for. Well done!
Thanks so much for the comment, Peyton! Yeah, ambiguous creepy teenage vampire myth. What’s not to like?