Feature length, atmospheric, spooky stories told on the Thirteenth of each month. Explore an eerie universe of supernatural and occult tales
Being young and in love can make you believe strange things.
A local legend. A young couple's first camping trip. Something watching from the edge of the woods.
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The Long Weekend
Created and produced by Imaginary Comma. The Long Weekend is written by Caleb RitchieNarrated by Zach LibrescoBen is played by Brett KeatingEditing and Sound Design by Lizz WalkerMusic by Caleb RitchieAssistance from Brooke Jennett, Bridgett Howard and Ian EppersonYou can support the show and get benefits for doing so at PatreonFind us on social media at: Facebook, Twitter and InstagramFind Merch for Thirteen and other Imaginary Comma shows hereEmail us with any questions, comments or story submissions at email@example.comCONTENT WARNINGS: Alcohol Abuse, Uncomfortable Sexual Situations, Grief
My Condition/Heart Attack Hill
A move to a new city doesn't go exactly as planned: A shortcut down a dark alley, a missing person flier, a stranger who knows more than they should
A Ghost in the Old City
Starting college away from home feels like an adventure. Especially when your college is in one of the most haunted cities in the country.
A spectre on surveillance footage, a face in a window, an urban legend that might just be true.
Traveling for work can be fun. But don't go too far off the main road. A ghost town, new friends and a long drive.
A bad copy on knifepoint horror
It has a lot of potential since the stories are more thrillers them horrors, but ut's too slow-pased, sedating, and sound effects do not enchance the narration. I will drop by later, i guess, to see the growth.