You're about to get more than you bargained for as Dead Palette, Chelsea and Travis become the Sunshine Biscuit Division. They rise and shine the light of day on a lost scene of "Saved By The Bell" and a haunted copy of Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3
David has an in-person read with Ben Paddon for a story about the infamous Slenderman, police incompetence and apparent narcolepsy. Will this be a narrative reaffirming Slenderman's context as mysterious figure, or will it trip over its own tentacles?
Credited to HarbleMornets. Read along here.
Check out the Indiegogo campaign for Ben's "Typecast" webseries here.
Meet the new hosts of UCA - Abysmii, Rose Shrimp, Beth and Morzathoth - as they hop from Rawdog Readings to begin their new career. Will their first story prove to be a welcome read or an abysmal slog?
"Out in the Woods" is attributed to prozac101. Read along here.
An episode from our archives, considered for a new segment of the show but never followed through on... until now. David, Dead Palette and Allen are given several short stories by ClericofMadness from Creepypasta Wiki's Content Abuse Log: stories that are automatically blocked due to cliches, overused tropes and just plain clumsiness.
While David and Kaela relocate due to water damage in their apartment, the Hyper-Realists step in to deal with some water damage of their own...
"Standing Water" is credited to Cosmo Fish. Read along here.
Allen is sick, putting Borrasca on hold for a little bit, so join David, Dead Palette, Kaela and Mike MacDee for a paw-fully good time diving into yet another weird little pocket of the internet. What will they find on a Creepypasta Wiki meant only for stories related to a kids show they've never seen?
"The Road To The End" is credited to SilverCestor789.
"Evil Patrol" is credited to Chase787.
Bring along the critter repellent and hope we don't get another Huntsville in this one as David, Dead Palette, Allen and Rachel trek into the woods again. Will we get a harrowing horror story that actually works, or is this one another tale lost in the wilderness?
"Shady Wood" is credited to Immutatus.
We've tried to avoid having sponsors on this show, but this is not so true for everyone else as the gang finds this high-rated Creepypasta.com story has a weirdly-specific set of brand names in it. How odd...
"Survival Guide" is uncredited.
David, Dead Palette and Allen are joined by Midnight Marinara VO alumni and snappy dresser (which is important for a podcast) Ben Paddon for this look into a highly-rated story from Creepypasta.com. Is it all it's cracked up to be, or are people just pretending to like it?
Credited to redbullreptar.
Check out (and consider supporting) Ben's "Typecast" Kickstarter at http://tinyurl.com/typecastks.
A story that lives up to its title in more ways than one, as Dead Palette, Allen and Slimebeast find out the hard way.
Credited to StoryChair.
Dead Palette, Allen and Slimebeast watch "The Bye Bye Man" for awhile... I think? Hard to say...
"Barved Wire" is credited to Casecr.
Is there anything worse than someone who takes Creepypasta too seriously? David and special guest Ben Spiegel are about to find out as they look into a story about the contents of some cassette tapes and the diaries of an Emo kid.
"WARNING" is credited to TVATR.
Things start to pick up a bit in the second half of this haunting tale, but is it too little too late?
"Turn It Off" is credited to Polum Chill.
The boys get another drop of poison from the Patrons, this time a seemingly slow-acting toxin about two friends and a encounter in the woods outside one's home. While not much happens yet (fair warning), all it takes is one little typo for a new joke to be born. Will it attain UCA meme status?
"Turn It Off" is credited to Polum Chill.
MR. BONES SAYS THE RIDE NEVER ENDS!
"Mr. Bones' Wild Ride" is uncredited.
Music by Andrew Gold and TheLivingTombstone.
This Patron's Poison is definitely on the weird side and is making David, Allen and Slimebeast very confused. What starts as a story about a trip to summer camp with creepy elements rapidly becomes a hodgepodge of strange details. Does it ultimately have a payoff?
"Camp Hell" is uncredited and was found on http://nothotbutspicy.com/
This is not the whole title, but you'll hear it brought up in the story. David, Dead Palette and Slimebeast wonder why Liam Vickers was so concerned about having his name in the title. Maybe it's because it wouldn't catch their eye otherwise? Who knows. Either way, this Patron's Poison should be interesting regardless... right?
"Existence" is credited to, unsurprisingly, Liam Vickers.
Dead Palette's intuition tells him to share this story with David and Allen, and his intuition rarely steers him wrong. They say there's a first time for everything though. Is the gang up a creek without a paddle?
"Creek Path is credited to CompletelyInsane.
It's a creature feature on this episode as David and Kaela meet dinosaur-enthusiast Prasokour to read this confusing story of a boy(?) and his imaginary friend(?). Is there anything deeper to this oddball tale, or is it just a hodgepodge of random?
"Sombrero Wearing Dinosaur" is credited to The Wizard Experience Starring Meds 2.0. Read along here.