NINE II MIDNIGHT - The Horrors of Our Dreams
About this episode
It seems like the horrors of our dreams are most frightening to you...
On the Eve of Halloween, a dozen storytellers sneak inside the abandoned Darklight Carnival grounds to share a chilling batch of stories in two varieties. This year they split up to uncover the fears that lurk within and horrors that walk among us.
One group will head to the Ferris Wheel to tell tales of real-world terror. The other will venture into the Funhouse to spin yarns of the frightening spirit world. Which path will you embark on first?
Nine II Midnight is a collaborative storytelling event between 12 podcasts:
Hell Gate City
Nowhere, On Air
Out of the Ashes
The Cellar Letters
The Dead Letter Office of Somewhere, Ohio
The Night Post
The Storage Papers
The Town Whispers
Wake of Corrosion
CREDITS & CONTENT WARNINGS
CW: General horror, swearing throughout
Produced by Harlan Guthrie
Master edit by Harlan Guthrie
'Nine II Midnight' written by Harlan Guthrie.
Performed by Harlan Guthrie, Dylan Griggs, Kevin Berrey, Shaun Pellington, Rae Lundberg, Vincent C. Davis, Jess Syratt, Alex Nursall, Rat Grimes, Jeremy Enfinger, Nathan Lunsford, Cole Weavers, and Jamie Petronis.
Pick a path on October 30th at midnight, and keep your wits about you.
TRANSCRIPTS ARE AVAILABLE HERE
"The Almanac Building" was written, directed, performed, and scored by Dylan Griggs.
CW: gore, animal death
OUT OF THE ASHES
“Train Ride” was written, directed, and performed by Vincent Comegys-Davis.
CW: hospitals/medical issues, death, blood, gore
THE NIGHT POST
"Dead Space" was written, performed, and produced by Rae Lundberg
CW: animal peril, drowning
NOWHERE, ON AIR
“A Dream” was written, performed, and edited by Jesse Syratt (credits for SFX available in the transcript)
CW: brief graphic description of body horror and sounds.
HELL GATE CITY
“Shadow of the Eliminator” was written, performed, and produced by Kevin Berrey, with music by Cheska Navarro.
CW: hallucinations/visions, bodily fluids
THE STORAGE PAPERS
“Silly Billy” was written, edited, and mixed by Nathan Lunsford.
Performed by Jeremy Enfinger (as Jeremy) and Nathan Lunsford (as Billy).
Music credits available in the transcript.
CW: profanity, child injury, brief gore (SFX)
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