Night’s End Spotlight: After the Gloaming

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Preview of the first episode of After the Gloaming, a Dissonance Media production. If you enjoy what you hear, please head over and subscribe to help support our work. Enjoy!


“After the Gloaming is a production of Dissonance Media and The Other Stories.

Scarecrow for Mason Bradley was written by Charlie Maliha whose pronouns are he/him or they/them.

Charlie Maliha is a queer trans author who specializes in horror and speculative fiction. Pulling from his background in art history and occult studies, Charlie’s work explores themes of chaos, belonging, and superstition. As a trans author, Charlie highlights the experiences of queer and trans characters and writes the representation he wishes to see in horror. When he’s not writing, Charlie can be found sketching or napping with his two cats. Follow him on Twitter for more screams @deusexmaliha

Evelyn was performed by Bridgett Howard from the Thirteen podcast. For other atmospheric, slow burn spooky stories, go and check it out at or search Thirteen podcast wherever you listen to podcasts.

Grandpa was performed by Jerry Harris

Grandma was performed by Rebecca Struzyna from the West London Witch podcast –

Mason Bradley was performed by Phoenix Fire from Back to Ashes and Phoenix Fire Narrations on Youtube –

Scarecrow was performed by James Barnett

Henry Blackwood was performed by Xander Zweig

Shelly Stevenson was performed by Alexandra Elroy

After the Gloaming script was written by James Barnett.

Sound production and editing was completed by James Barnett.

Theme music was scored by Duncan Muggleton and produced by James Barnett.

Music and sound effects were provided by: Epidemic Sound, Sound Stripe, and

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