The trio prepare to spend the night camped outside the grand ruins of Drumsyde Manor, and it's time to return to Doug's novel. There, we hear of the Dark Coalition's plans being executed to perfection. It's the eve of the Great War, and it looks like the odds are stacked firmly against the King's forces. Credits Stories From 'A Scottish Podcast'
The Terror Files crew arrive at the derelict Drumsyde Manor to investigate the legend of Dr. Laura Chalmers and her Lovecraftian wartime experiments. Meanwhile, Randy's evening is brightened by news of some potential additions to his team. Credits Stories From 'A Scottish Podcast'
In Doug's novel, Brutus the Merciless draws up his battle plans to invade the Empire. Meanwhile, Paladin Guinevere, Bard Leon, and Scribe Dougal must face down a hulking cave troll. Credits Stories From 'A Scottish Podcast'
Bard Leon and Scribe Dougal head to the market to collect some essential supplies for their quest under the mountains. Credits Stories From 'A Scottish Podcast'
We plunge into the story world of Doug's fantasy novel as the battle plans of the Empire and the Dark Coalition are drawn up. Meanwhile, Glenhall have their first game of the season. But can Randy find enough players in time? And here's a link to Stories From 'A Scottish Podcast', seeing as you asked...
As the trio set off Northwards on their latest investigation, the conversation turns to Doug's latest creative endeavours.
More details emerge about the old house on the North coast. It was said to have been used as a military "hospital" in the 1940s by a former Miskatonic University professor. Meanwhile, Randy prepares for his first game of the season. Also, if you're one of those clever, educated types, you can now get original ASP stories for your Kindle or eReader.
It’s a new season, and a new investigation for The Terror Files. Lee learns the story of a former Miskatonic University professor – and her links to an abandoned hospital on the North coast of Scotland.
This is a temporary duplicate episode of our new prequel. Here's why we decided to make it.
There's a Lovecraft themed poetry competition, sponsored by the butcher's shop in Glenhall. Who'll enter it? What will they read? And who'll be crowned The Poet Lorne Sausage? And while we're at it, how on Earth did this all come about?
Has Divine Intervention earned Randy his first big signing? Meanwhile, Bob botches a job for Bruce, Helen sees something she shouldn't, and Alice shows Doug that there is such a thing as a free dinner.
Lee's dishing out advice to others at the podcast convention. George takes issue with a fellow golfer's lack of humility. Gina lands a celebrity interview. And Bruce buys over the local radio station.
Lee heads to Glasgow in the hope of winning a podcast award. Bill becomes the unlikely centre of a custody battle. And Helen is out on the town like you've never seen her before. There's also a couple of Easter Eggs here for fans of two other great audio drama shows. All this and more in the first of our pre-season bonus episodes.
The first of our pre-season bonus episodes will be released on Saturday 4th November - this'll be half an hour of brand new audio drama for you. Also, we're crowdfunding for some stuff. Be a pal and have a look at http://scottishpodcast.com/fund/ for the full details eh!