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A small town full of nice people, bad politics, and supernatural forces. Oh and sulfur in the water. Be careful about that.

Customer Reviews

Whimsical Southern supernatural horror

A well-produced, funny supernatural southern horror podcast. The political machine is actually a machine (with gears and a few limbs somewhere in the machinations); the weather-controlling mayor is insane, and there's a supernatural eldtrich horror locked in a trailer where it will definitely almost probably undoubtedly stay. Definitely.

Worth a listen!


I enjoy this podcast. It may not be as well written, voice acted, or edited as King Falls or Night Vale but it's pretty good.

Episode 7! I hadn't laughed this hard since The Chapelle Show!

Treat yourself to frequent visits to the bizarro world of Thattown. I absolutely love this podcast! Definitely listen to episodes 1 and 2 back to back. The first time I listened, I listened only to episode 1 and I didn't understand what was going on, but I reached out on Twitter to the podcast and Jesse from Thattown (@wasteddarkcell) reached back and he explained that the radio station bits let you know what's going on in the town—I didn't get that at first, but now that I know, I like to listen to the radio station bits at the top of the episodes and try to guess what is going to happen in the town! (I have still not yet been able to accomplish this, Thattown always surprises me with its twists and turns.)

I love the characters. I think Alan and Ricky and Melonhead and Ashlee, an expatriate from another town whose character shows up around episode 5 or 6, are my favorites but there are so many oddball characters in Thattown that are ridiculous but believable and therefore hilariously funny. Even the characters who only show up for one episode are unforgettable. The customer service rep in Episode 7 had me with tears in my eyes; I listened to that part (rewind & play, rewind & play) several times in a row and couldn't stop laughing; it got funnier each time. I hadn't laughed like that since the first time I watched The Chapelle Show!

The humor is subtle and layered. The scenarios are outrageous but characters play everything straight which (in my opinion) makes it truly comic. For instance, there is supernatural sh*t that goes on in Thattown frequently but the characters deal with it very much the way your neighbor would.

I don't want to give too much away, just give Thattown a listen. Episode 7 is one of my favorites—you don't have to have to start at the beginning to appreciate this podcast—you will end up going back to episode one eventually because you won't want to miss out. Definitely do not miss Tales Of Thattown.

Maxximillian Dafoe—Writer & Host of Afterlife Paranormal Satire Audio Drama, Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama; host of the THEMATIC podcast

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