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Things That Go Bump in the Night is a recurring podcast hosted by JC Bratton, a young adult horror short story writer. The podcast focuses on JC's short stories as well as topics related to urban legends, horror, superstitions, and anything "creepy." The title comes from JC's copyrighted collection of short stories.
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In conjunction with our good friends at Floor Five Theatre Company, we have launched the podcast audio drama for WHO'S BACK AT THE DOOR? - book 4 in the Things That Go Bump in the Night Urban Legends series. In this episode, we will preview the audio drama by airing the first two episodes - Prologue & Chapter One. Sit back, relax, and immerse yours…
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Things That Go Bump in the Night Investigates is a new series from JC Bratton, where she will discuss various topics related to the afterlife and "near death experiences." In this episode, JC focuses on "The Life Review," a phenomenon where a person relives various moments of one's life (more commonly known as "life flashing before one's eyes").…
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Henry Carhart is an up-and-coming young adult sci-fi/fantasy author. His soon-to-be-released novel, Project Impossible, is not only action-packed, but it also addresses real issues that teens face, such as depression, bullying, and emotional abuse. I had the honor of being a beta reader for his novel, and all I can say is WOW! In this episode, we w…
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Things That Go Bump in the Night Investigates is a new series from JC Bratton, where she will discuss various topics related to the afterlife and "near death experiences." In this episode, JC focuses on "The Light" and the research of Dr. Kenneth Ring, who gives a well-researched explanation for this phenomenon that has affected millions of people …
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In this "Best of" episode of Things That Go Bump in the Night, JC walks us through 5 creepy doll subtropes of the horror genre: the "protector" doll, the evil clown doll, the killer dummy doll, the conduit/possessed doll, and the "based on a true story" doll.
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In this "Best of" episode of Things That Go Bump in the Night, JC reads to you an article she wrote back in 2021 that uncovers five reasons why we love the slasher horror genre (hint: there is actually some science to it!).
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Welcome to a special episode of Things That Go Bump in the Night: LIVE at IMP Studios in Paramus, New Jersey! Joining host and writer JC Bratton is Ellen Ko. Ellen is the voice behind a number of characters in the Things That Go Bump in the Night Pod Dramas. She is best known as the voice of Alex Anderson, the protagonist of Parasomnia. Ellen will …
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It finally happened! Although it took a year to produce, we are finally releasing the podcast audio dramas for JC Bratton’s Things That Go Bump in the Night, a series of young adult thriller short stories released in 2020. A podcast audio drama is like an audio book, but there are actors and sound effects. Basically, you’re listening to a movie! Th…
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When we think of stalkers, the typical image is a male hooded figure lurking in the dark. We think of fictional characters like Michael Myers in Halloween or real life creepers such as John Hinckley Jr., who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan to gain the attention of actress Jodie Foster. Believe it or not, though, it’s not just the m…
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As Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson taught us ever so brilliantly in the Scream franchise, there is a basic formula in slasher horror: the person who ends up outsmarting the killer at the end is the studious young woman who (typically) avoids the “sin factor.” There is a name for this brave heroine: the “Final Girl.” Setting aside the social comment…
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In this episode, JC interviews author, educator, and entrepreneur J. Steve Miller. Steve's books focus on near death experiences and deathbed visions — topics that aim to solve the hard problem: does consciousness continue after our physical bodies die?
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In the season finale of Things That Go Bump in the Night, JC interviews Liz Entin, Podcaster and author of “WTF Just Happened?!” Liz has been researching the phenomenon of Near Death Experiences and the real possibility that consciousness continues after the physical body dies.
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