The Phantom Signal Studio Anthology Is Here!
IT'S BEEN A LONG TIME COMING, but through ghostly fogs and lightning storms, howling blizzards and darkest nights, our crack team of mad scientists have finally brought life to a pack of our favourite stories -- eight of 'em, in fact -- and we're in the process of setting them up as a regular podcast right now.
THE PHANTOM SIGNAL STUDIO ANTHOLOGY VOLUME ONE features a slew of horrific tales populated by ghosts, monsters, miniature maniacs, possessed dolls, serial killers, aliens, sharks, and a legion of hapless protagonists making the absolute worst choices for themselves and others.
The series is performed by the usual Phantoms - Andrew Bailey, Jayson McDonald and Tara Travis (divvying up some eighty-plus roles between them) and each episode has its own unique score and soundscape and is scientifically designed to provide the maximum level of horror that this sort of endeavour can realistically provide. Some bits may come across as jokes, but trust us, it's actually horror.
This project was made possible in part through the generous contributions of our many Kickstarter Backers, who will be immortalized on this website very soon (keep your eyes peeled for our very sombre memorial). Our sincere thanks to all who pitched in to help!
On SATURDAY, APRIL 4th, we would normally be performing our monthly live show. But since we're all cooped up in isolation, we've decided to throw a couple of episodes on to the site instead. So our WORLD PREMIERE is right here at phantomsignalradio.com on Saturday April 4th, 2020 at 8PM PST with two episodes from the Anthology: "A Haunting on Fifth Avenue," and "Blunder."
We hope you'll join us! And pop by our Facebook page and let us know what you think once the show's over! https://www.facebook.com/TalesTooTerrifying/
If you'd like to contribute to the cause, look for the little PayPal button up around here and feel confident that you have, in your own small way, contributed a bit more horror to the world. Our artists thank you and commend you for your patronage and forward thinking.
See you back here at 8PM on Saturday, April 4th!