In this week’s installment of Campfire Classics Collection, we have the pleasure of presenting a lesser known title from the undisputed master of the Victorian ghost story, Haunted by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu. A story of deceit, redemption, and vengeance; this tale will without a doubt chill you to the bone.

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:

High Anxiety Situations

Enslaved Persons

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J.S. Le Fanu was an Irish writer best known for the locked-room mystery Uncle Silas (1864), the lesbian vampire novella Carmella (1872), and the historical masterpiece The House by the Churchyard (1863). 

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