Old Gods of Appalachia
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In the mountains of central Appalachia, blood runs as deep as these hollers and just as dark. Since before our kind knew these hills, hearts of unknowable hunger and madness have slumbered beneath them. These are the darkest mountains in the world. How dare we think we can break the skin of a god and dig out its heart without bringing forth blood and darkness? Old Gods of Appalachia is a horror-anthology podcast set in the shadows of an Alternate Appalachia, a place where digging too deep into the mines was just the first mistake.
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Build Mama a Coffin: Trailer
A Once-Told Tale: The Wolf Sisters Part One
A Once-Told Tale: The Wolf Sisters Part Two
A Once-Told Tale: The Wolf Sisters Part Three
The Holiest Days of Bone and Shadow, Chapter One: Blood is Blood
BONUS: Steve Interviews the Railroad Man Yuri Lowenthal
BONUS: Season 2 Q+A Retrospective: Part 1
TEASER: Black Mouthed Dog – Episode 0: Prologue
Family Meeting: All Hallows 2021
Springtime in Boggs Holler – Chapter One: A Cowboy Calls
Springtime in Boggs Holler – Chapter Two: Hunger Pains
Springtime in Boggs Holler – Chapter Three: Briar Vine
Salt of the Earth
Meet Our Cousins: Malevolent
Meet Our Cousins: Afflicted
Oh, man! Just a few minutes in and I love it! I'm not usually into fictional podcasts, either.
beautiful outro song 🥰
Every episode has been great, but this one is weird. It took half an hour for this girl to walk into a house and go down some steps. Too much of the episode is fluffed with overdone descriptions.
This one is a jarring deviation from the typical style of storytelling. Lots of descriptive violence and gore. It's one to skip if you're not into that.
I liked this much more than I thought I would.
I'm late to this party but damn! What a cliff hanger! Superb storytelling.
there is a lot missing from this episode. you may want to check on the site and listen there as well.
this is one the best horror shows I've ever listened to. Great writing and the narration is on point. Amazing job
these should be the next Netflix original series....
askjedklsjdhishfhfj There are few things I love more than seeing a new episode pop up on this feed! (FYI it's difficult to keyboard smash on a smartphone.)
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can someone explain the order of these? I want to listen the way it should be not bounce around. any help greatly appreciated.
I love this, can't wait for more episodes.
He's back, yes?
I'm so glad someone. commented that you have to pay 10 bucks to hear the end , if I had 10 extra dollars I'd buy groceries, lol The 1 percent get richer and we get food stamps ?
I need to know who sings that song on episode Am I Born to Die by a character named Luther I believe? So chilling and sad.
I found the Blevins headstone and a local graveyard baby yard would you be interested in a picture.
been looking to scratch the itch left behind by the magnus archives, and heard them recommend this one. I've always loved southern gothic and "not-deers" and the unique horror flavor only found in those american fields of corn or under the mountains shadow. the prologue was interesting enough to draw me in, but this first story is a fantastic start. The parable esque format with the encounter, the homey and wise southern grandpa around a campfire vibe, all mixed with that uncanny way that american monsters often pretend to be what they arent, was just perfect. *chefs kiss*. excited to see what the next stories bring.
oh shit it forgot, one of my huge crushes ib my twenties had the last name Underwood. wow
the railroad man is a perfect villan