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Throughout folklore bridges have been regarded as places of mystery – they’ve harbored trolls, trapped vampires, and even gotten Clint Eastwood laid. On this episode we’re joined by guest storyteller and artist Mister Sam Shearon to explore some strange happenings around bridges, where the only thing more frightening than the dark are what it’s hiding.

Also on this episode: to live and cry in arm wrestling, nerding out over body horror, and the shotgun under the sofa

You can find more about Mister Sam Shearon, including social media links and artwork, at http://www.mistersamshearon.com

Our musical guest on this episode is Michael LaBella, with his track “Black Mountain/Tracks”. Find him at his site http://www.labellasongs.com

Music on This Episode:

Main Theme:   “Radio (Into the Darkness We Go)” by Podzontommusic

Stories Theme: “The Future Belongs to Them Now” by Hexxagram

Bumpers: “Black Mountain/Tracks” by Michael LaBella

“Radio”, “The Future Belongs to Them Now”, and “Black Mountain/Tracks” are used with permission, all other music and sound FX are licensed via Epidemic Sound.

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