The Librarian

728: Louise, Your Shed’s on Fire – by Matthew Weber

In this darkly comic homage to alien invasion stories, Meg Thatcher witnesses a mysterious object fall from the sky and crash into her neighbor’s shed.

Then things get weird.

727: Rare Air – by Mark Slade

Mark Slade makes his Wicked Library debut with this tale told by John Grilz with Nicole Goodnight as Meg.

Rude and crude Howard King is everything most women do not want, so why is rich and glamorous Meg so attracted to him?

Check out the new podcast collective The Wicked Library has joined, Dark Myths.

726: Blood Pressure – by T. D. Trask

T.D. Trask returns to the Wicked Library with this dark and humorous tale.

When a small Pennsylvania town is faced with a unique problem, they elect a local salesman to propose a very unique solution to the town’s new mayor, himself a very…unique individual.

725: A Priest in Love – by Stephanie Ogrodnik

Stephanie Ogrodnik makes her Wicked Library debut with this dark and atmospheric tale.

Father William Blackwell has fallen in love. Aside from the obvious problems with this obsession, is that the girl he loves is dead. In a tale that proves love can make us do things we’d never expect and cross forbidden boundaries, a priest with a keen sense of smell lusts for a malicious dead girl, who carries the scent of ash.

724: Classically Wicked

This week, we dig into the archives and share 3 classic wicked tales by Daniel Foytik, Rebecca Snow, and Kerry Lipp – all narrated by Nelson W. Pyles.

“Grey and Red” by Daniel Foytik | “Comp Time” by Rebecca Snow | “What if Jesus was a Werewolf” by Kerry Lipp

723: Amelia’s Labyrinth – by John Clewarth

John Clewarth makes his Wicked Library debut with this darkly mysterious tale.

George Paddison is sent to boarding school, deep in the North Yorkshire countryside. His wealthy father, the owner of a national newspaper, says it will be ‘the making of him’. At first, George is lonely and bewildered in the vastness of the Manor School, but is befriended by a captivating young boy, named Joseph Longmire. George is fascinated by Joseph’s prized possession, a toy Victorian theatre, through which he makes up his own stories. By means of distraction, Joseph takes George exploring in the huge grounds, to a mysterious woodland that is home to a strange natural phenomenon.

722: Ten Little Indians – by Patrick Moody

Patrick Moody makes his Wicked Library debut with this story told by Addison Peacock.

In this dark tale, Celia’s family moves to the country after buying an old plantation to fix up and flip. She doesn’t really like the old house, but everything changes when she meets a group of other children who want to sing and play with her.

721: Extra Wicked Summer 2017

This week, thanks to our Patreon supporters and some very Wicked Authors, we have been able to produce three Extra-Wicked tales for you all:

“Amputation Capital” by Tyler Woodsmall, narrated by Addison Peacock. “The Pit” by Meg Hafdahl, narrated by Jessica McEvoy. Mrs. Morrison’s Pie” by Nelson W. Pyles, Narrated by Nichole Goodnight.