January 22, 2021
If you've got something to sell, we've got a tale to tell. If that cursed skull is giving you grief, and your cat hisses every time she sees it, why not bring it in to the Curio? We'll give it a once over and maybe tell you a little about how curses and cursed objects have played a role in some of your favourite horror films. You know you want to...
January 8, 2021
Welcome! Come in, come in, it's dark outside and strange shapes lurk in the shadows. Perhaps you're not afraid of the dark? That's ok. Everyone's scared of something.
December 24, 2020
This episode was originally supposed to be about Christmas horror films. Then Jasper and Meg realised that some of the most unsettling ones were sitting right under their noses. Nothing untoward about Christmas with the Cranks...right?
December 17, 2020
Join Meg and Jasper for more creepy Christmas tales and find out why some of good 'ol Saint Nick's companions might not all be quite as saintly as he...
December 10, 2020
It's the most wonderful time of the year! With all the best urban legends and creepy stories to listen to while you warm your frozen toes by the fire. If Krampus doesn't get you, the scarecrow of Alsace just might.
December 3, 2020
Join Meg and Jasper as they go about their days - and tell you about a few interesting Xmas traditions along the way.
November 26, 2020
Come at once if convenient! If inconvenient come all the same! The game is a foot and the life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is yours to unravel...
November 26, 2020
Come at once if conveniant, if inconveniant, come all the same! The game is a foot and the life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is yours to unravel...
November 19, 2020
This week we're covering the betrayal and murder of makeup artist Diane Chenery-Wickens by her spiritualist minister husband. If you can't trust the person you married, who can you trust?
November 12, 2020
This week the Wandering Eye delves into the life of one of spiritualism's most famous frauds - is it ectoplasm? Is it just sticky gauze? Where is it coming from? (Do you really want to know?) And discover how working class mediums ended up being catalysts for the first wave of feminism.