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Scary Time
It's Scary Time. Lock your doors, check under the bed, and turn on a night light because it's time for the scariest stories, history, and conversations ever heard. Every week an independent creator tells us about the paranormal, ghosts, monsters, hauntings, creepy places, enchanted objects, aliens, and more. Best of all if you like the creator you can follow them for more great content... if you dare. RSS Services Provided Free by
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5.0 stars from 6 ratings
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Awesome concept and love the support for indie pods. Subscribe and listen to find your next new favorite podcast!
TNN6 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/13/21
If you’re looking for a podcast to provide thrills and chills, this is the one. From aliens to werewolves to the scariest things humans can do! So subscribe, grab a stiff drink and strap yourself in for a ride you’ll never forget!
ColinHayFan via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/27/20
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