This week, we revisit and rework a classic story from way back in August of 2021. Sit back and let updated sound design and a new approach to mastering transport you…

…deep in the craggy bluffs of the Mendips in Southwest England, to the isolated hamlet of Charterhouse. Standing in stark contrast to this area’s serene natural beauty is it’s penchant for some very strange secrets. It’s 1900 year history is riddled with stories of ghostly military men, phantom hitchhikers, cave-ridden witches, and disembodied laughter intertwined with Arthurian legend. And none of that is even the scariest part! 


Campfire: Tales of the Strange and Unsettling is created for adult audiences only. The content and discussion in this show will necessarily engage with various accounts that include violence, anxiety, fear, and occasional body horror. Much of it will be emotionally and intellectually challenging to engage with. We will flag especially graphic or intense content so as to never put you in an uninformed or unprepared position. We will do our best to make this a space where we can engage bravely, empathetically, and thoughtfully with difficult content every week. 

This week’s episode includes descriptions/sound related the following sensitive content:

Enclosed spaces

Child endangerment

Detailed animal attack 

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Hosts Ryan and Jordan deliver terrifying tales of the paranormal and break them down for your listening pleasure.