Gussy and Cassie learned they’ve “Gone sideways” – the Dark Tome has returned them to the world, but not *their* world. As Cassie struggles to understand the predicament the book has put her in, Gussy recounts the heartbreaking tale of how he got his hands on the Dark Tome, and the cost the book has caused him.
Young Lettie can see things through her magic eye – things that might be better if she not see. Grownup’s secrets. Grownup’s true intentions. But when she learns of her brother’s unjust arrest and sham trial, it’s her seeing eye – and some conjure magic from her Mama – that may help change the fate of her big brother.
A man investigates an old Texas mansion looking for antiques, but soon finds more than he bargained for. Because in this lonely stretch of town, ancient gods walk the earth, and their followers have no choice but to follow their twisted demands. This haunting story by horror master Joe R. Lansdale was adapted by Jerry Stearns and produced by AM FM Theater as part of the Grist Mill series, a horror program dedicated to chilling contemporary tales. “God of the Razor” won the Ogle Award for best Fantasy Audio Drama in 2007.
Played by special permission from AM FM Theater. Also featuring the Mort Castle short story, “If You Take My Hand My Son”
Cassie returns from her traumatic trip to a haunted – and haunting – family reunion. As she attempts to re-align her world, Gussy stumbles out of his and into the world of Jonathan Maberry’s INK.
GERALD ‘MONK’ ADDISON is a skip-tracer and P.I. on Boundary Street, down the hill from where the good people go. He’s on the side of the angels, but he’s not very nice. Most of Monk’s clients are bail bondsmen and bad lawyers, but every now and then he takes a special case. He’s hired by the ghost of a murder victim to solve their untimely death and exact justice. But hiring Monk comes with a price, even for the dead.
Cassie returns home after the wondrous night at the prom (Episode 4) and finds her dreams shattered when she gets home. Forced to flee her home, she seeks refuge in Mr. Gussy’s bookshop, and the Dark Tome. This time, the book calls out for her. She finds herself with an estranged son at his homecoming to the old family farmhouse… And the demons that his father sought to hide will make themselves known.