All Deadly Things
By Andrew Tate
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Bleak, nightmarish horror stories to fill you with a looming sense of dread and suspense by Andrew Tate.
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As a fan of old radio dramas, such as "Suspense," I was not sure what to expect when I took a chance on "Let's not meet." Unlike those sad individuals whose curiosity led to so many unfortunate ends on my favorite radio shows, I am glad I took that chance. While this show is in a different format, in that it is narrated stories rather than voice acted, I still had the same chills I received from my favorite shows. The music is eerie and well-placed and the narrator's voice and cadence keeps me invested and awaiting the next word or phrase. Any fan of true crime or radio horror will be glad they met "Let's not meet."
I’ve been a long time reader of Reddit’s LetsNotMeet, so glad there’s a podcast of it now! Word of warning, you’ll binge listen at work (like I do), get super paranoid, and be convinced that you need to get a dog and start running to build up stamina just in case you’re ever chased in the future. Also, don’t listen to this at night before going to bed. Also Andrew does a great job of narrating, unlike some other podcasts that have really annoying people. Can’t wait for future episodes!
While listening, I kept forgetting that these are true stories because they're just *so* eerie and messed up. Also, it's really well produced and the music is perfect, which makes it seem more like fiction-y audio drama than like real stories read aloud. TL;DR -- this podcast is so awesome that I now want to join Reddit... keep up the good work!!