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The Grey Rooms

The Grey Rooms Podcast is a horror anthology set within a serial audio drama, where the main protagonist experiences death through the eyes of another person. Everyone dies at the end on this show, folks. It's scary stuff. And with over ~ONE MILLION~ downloads, the show continues to deliver on its promise since day one; 5-star quality scares in an immersive audio environment. Join us in Season 3 which began on November 27th, 2020.Season 3 of the Grey Rooms features a man named Mr. Beckett. He arrives at a strange, sprawling manor house as the sun sets beyond the horizon. Within the walls of the Manor, Beckett finds that he's a figure of some importance, welcomed by the mysterious Management that owns the grounds. When he enters a room, however, he finds that he experiences the last moments of another person's life just before they die a horrific death. He awakens again and again on the grounds of the Manor, forced to live death after death... never able to save himself from the agony and terror of their end.The Grey Rooms Podcast is brought to you by the following souls: Jason Wilson - Creator, Executive Producer, Host, Audio Engineering, Sound Design, ActorJM Scherf - Musical Composition, PerformanceMichael Zenke - Season Narrative, Writer, EditorGraham Rowat - Associate Producer, Social Media, Actor Cassie Pertiet - Episode Artwork, Web Design, Creative DirectionBrooks Bigley - Social Media, Patreon, Show Notes, Behind the Door Host/ProducerHail Scherf - Videography DirectorN.M. Brown - Assistant Sound Engineer A Grey Rooms Production ℗ 2021

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S1E1 - Room #823 - The Great War

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #823 - The Great War INTRO - RAYMOND GREENE - “Choose a Door” You awake on a hard, cold floor. So cold, it burns your skin. The air smells of sulfur and ash. Your head throbs. Your mouth is dry. You have no idea how you got here. Panic sets in. Fear becomes terror. What have you done? What brought you to this place? It doesn’t matter. Because, now you belong to The Grey Rooms. Raymond gains consciousness in an unfamiliar room and he can’t find a way out. Then a disembodied voice begins to speak… Written by Brian Black Raymond performed by Jason Wilson Disembodied Voice performed by Graham Rowat Singing woman performed by Christina Wilson S1E1 - THE GREAT WAR The fatigue of war sets in as a soldier deals with the constant horrors of battle. Tensions are high as the troops wait along the front line for orders. But, when the enemy finally approaches, they aren’t attacking, they’re running. Cue the rats… Written by Brian Black Eddie Kinsley performed by Graham Rowat Gary Merton performed by Alistair Mackey Additional voices performed by Graham Rowat PODCAST CREDITS Brian Black - Season 1 Narrative Jason Wilson - Executive Producer, Host, Audio Engineering, Sound Design, Actor JM Scherf - The Grey Rooms Theme, Additional Scoring Graham Rowat - Associate Producer, Actor Mediogre Stories / Cassie Pertiet - Episode Artwork Brooks Bigley - Social Media, Show Notes EXTRA STUFF • Listen to us on Spotify or YouTube • Visit our website at www.thegreyrooms.com • Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus more bonus content. • Check us out on Facebook • Join our Facebook Emotional Support Group • Stare at our artwork on Instagram • We're incredibly active on Twitter • Buy our merch at teepublic.com/the-grey-rooms • You can also make a one-time donation at PayPal.me/thegreyroomspodcast • And finally, we have a Discord community. Jump in and have a conversation with us about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms team is pretty active there. Thank you for supporting our show! A Grey Rooms Production ℗ 2018

54mins

30 Nov 2018

Rank #1

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S2BONUS1 - The Rivers

The Grey Rooms Presents: S2 Bonus #1 - The Rivers INTRO - THE BASEMENT The Warden takes a ride in the elevator with Todd, straight down to the basement of the hotel. He lost his keys and he needs help finding them. And would you look at all this extra stuff down there! It's time to hand out some freebies...   Written by: Cassie Pertiet Todd performed by: Alistair Mackey The Warden performed by: Jason Wilson THE RIVERS Would you cross time and space to correct a grave mistake? A young man takes chances with his own life, in order to fix someone else. Just because you paid the fare doesn't guarantee you'll enjoy the destination. You can always try again, though. Written by: Jason Pouris Narrator performed by: Elie Hirschman The Ferryman / Theo performed by: Graham Rowat Music Composition/Performance: JM Scherf Audio Engineering/Sound Design: Jason Wilson Associate Producer/Social Media: Graham Rowat Episode Artist/Web Design: Cassie Pertiet Social Media/Patreon: Brooks Bigley Videography: Hail Scherf You just heard previously unreleased material available only to our patrons. Enjoy! We plan on giving you more horrific goodies for free as the weeks pass by, so hunker down wherever you feel safe, and let your ears do all the work. Consider this your audio vacation from life. Our Patreon is also offering up even more content. We are growing and evolving and having a hell of a fun time with this. And we are truly lucky to have your support behind us. Thank you from the bottoms of our black hearts.  - The Grey Rooms Team EXTRA STUFF Visit our website at http://www.thegreyrooms.com Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus more bonus content. You can check us out on Facebook And while you're there, why not join our Facebook Emotional Support Group Stare at our artwork on Instagram We're also incredibly active on Twitter Buy our merch at teepublic.com/the-grey-rooms Listen to us on Spotify or YouTube And finally, we have a community on Discord. Jump in and have a conversation with us about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms crew is pretty active there. Thank you for supporting our show! ATP Audio Works LC  ℗ 2020

45mins

20 Mar 2020

Rank #2

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S1PRE1 - Room #1221 - Falling

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #1221 - Falling INTRO - THE WARDEN Performed by Jason Wilson S1PRE1 - FALLING A skydiving instructor goes for his daily jump. He should have packed an extra life... Written by Mike Lee Narrator performed by Graham Rowat Brad performed by Jason Wilson PODCAST CREDITS Jason Wilson - Executive Producer, Host, Audio Engineering, Sound Design, Actor Graham Rowat - Associate Producer, Actor EXTRA STUFF • Listen to us on Spotify or YouTube • Visit our new and improved website at www.thegreyrooms.com • Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus more bonus content. • Check us out on Facebook • Join our Facebook Emotional Support Group • Stare at our artwork on Instagram • We're incredibly active on Twitter • Buy our merch at teepublic.com/the-grey-rooms • You can also make a one-time donation at PayPal.me/thegreyroomspodcast • And finally, we have a Discord community. Jump in and have a conversation with us about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms team is pretty active there. Thank you for supporting our show! A Grey Rooms Production ℗ 2018

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25 May 2018

Rank #3

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S2E1 - Room #692 - Jailbird

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #692 - Jailbird INTRO - SAMANTHA WINTERS - "Welcome to the Hotel" Meet Samantha Winters, our main protagonist for Season 2. You might be thinking, "I already know about Samantha Winters, she's the one who killed Jake Stone in the preseason." And you're right. Jake finally found his missing person and she left him to die on the floor. Is this the reason that Sam is now in The Grey Rooms? What other horrible things has she done to deserve this place?   Written by: Brian Black Samantha performed by: Sarah Thomas Bob performed by: Graham Rowat Todd performed by: Alistair Mackey and finally... The Warden performed by: Jason Wilson S2E1 - JAILBIRD What makes a man? Is it his strength or maybe his integrity? Perhaps it's that he is a good listener or a born leader. For this particular character in our story, it might have nothing to do with him. Some people are judged because of the types of people their parents are.  Join us as we take a walk in the shoes of a man who is about to make a decision in the Wild West. Everything that happens from that decision on...will not be based on his decisions alone. They will be based on who he chose to resemble. Ma or Pa?  But take note...the choices made could mean life or death.  Written by: Bo Chappell Cole Amsel & The Bank Manager performed by: Graham Rowat Belinda Horton & The Robin performed by: Holly Lindin Sheriff Gilliam performed by: Jason Wilson Deputy Yoak performed by: Gabe Templin The Old Lady performed by: Charlotte Norup Season Narrative written by: Brian Black Music Composition & Design by: JM Scherf Audio Engineering & Sound Design by: Jason Wilson Episode Artwork by: Cassie Pertiet Social Meda/Patreon Support by: Brooks Bigley Thank you so much for listening to the beginning of our second season! There has been a lot that has happened since "Everything Ends", well...ended. We released some preseason stories, a few bonus episodes, made a music video, and now here we are on November 29th. Jason is working the sound for the episodes, Brian is writing the scripts, JM is mastering the music, Cassie, Graham and Brooks are making the art and helming the social media, the voice actors and authors are being paid... What a time to be alive. Please continue to listen and support this wonderful show. Our new and improved Behind the Door will be uploading next Friday. We looked at our reviews, and discovered that some didn't like what we were doing, so we changed it. Brian and Jason will be in the show along with the author of Jailbird, Bo Chappell, and the lead voice actor, Mr. Graham Rowat.  Do you like what we've been doing so far? Please consider subscribing to our Patreon. Even just a dollar a month can help us reach our goals of world domination. We want to patent Grey Rooms Tripe. Stomach meat contains the nutrients of the food it previously digested, according to us. Bon appétit.   And lastly, we just want to say, "Thank you."  Thank you so much for your love and support. It really means a lot to us, and on the phone, on Discord, everywhere...we talk about how wonderful you all are, and how important it is for us to be our best for every episode, every sound effect, and every bit of music that you listen to. Thank you. We'll see you in a few weeks for Episode 2.  - The Grey Rooms Team EXTRA STUFF Visit our website at http://www.thegreyrooms.com Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon You can check us out on Facebook! And while you're there why not join our Emotional Support Group? We're also incredibly active on Twitter! And finally... We have a community on Discord! Why not jump in and have a nice little chat with us about the podcast (or anything really).  We'll be releasing our Behind the Door next Friday, December 6th.  Join Brian and Jason as they discuss "Jailbird" with author Bo Chappell and lead actor Graham Rowat. Bo Chappell is the author of the story "Look Alike" which we produced as our third preseason episode.  He is also the author of the novel "Year 47" as well as the producer and editor of its prequel anthology "By Year's End." You can listen to him with fellow co-creator Dustin Schyler Yoak on their podcast "Geek-Men and the Masters of the ThunderNerds."   Join us for the usual discussion of the show, podcasting secrets, and plenty of laughs. Thank you for supporting our show! We know you're going to love it!  ATP Audio Works LC  ℗ 2019

57mins

29 Nov 2019

Rank #4

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S2E7 - Room #1999 - The Greyfriars Transcript

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #1999 - The Greyfriars Transcript INTRO - SAMANTHA WINTERS - "Out of Order" Todd tries to reason with Samantha about her predicament in The Grey Rooms and lets go of a bit too much information. After Samantha approaches an old face once again at the hotel bar, Bob announces that the elevator is broken. Samantha must now endure her own cliché of a horror movie as she ascends the stairs... cue the blinking light bulb... Samantha can pick from two rooms: Train ride or Cheerleader. And since we know the cheerleader was offended by the horrible destiny that was intended for her... Train it is.  Written by: Brian Black Samantha performed by: Sarah Thomas Bob performed by: Graham Rowat Todd performed by: Alistair Mackey Jake Stone performed by: Mark Whitten The Warden performed by: Jason Wilson The doctor performed by: Graham Rowat Erica performed by: Erin Lillis S2E7 - THE GREYFRIARS TRANSCRIPT Most of us have taken a train at some point in our lives. The constant jiggling and juddering can put even the most alert individual into a deep sleep. A man boards a train and is immediately put off by the atmosphere. Is he just reliving a horrendous event from his past or is there something else happening aboard these railroad cars? Don't fall asleep on this railway carriage. That's how they see you. Written by: Gary Buller Train passenger / seat neighbor performed by: Alistair Mackey Ex-boyfriend performed by: Hedley Knights Counter chef / ticket taker / speaker voice performed by: Graham Rowat PODCAST CREDITS Season Narrative: Brian Black Music Composition/Performance: JM Scherf Audio Engineering/Sound Design: Jason Wilson Associate Producer/Social Media: Graham Rowat Episode Artist/Web Design: Cassie Pertiet Social Media/Patreon: Brooks Bigley Videography: Hail Scherf Thank you so much for listening to the seventh episode of our second season! We run backwards through cornfields because it feels good. Please continue to support and share this wonderful show with all your horror-loving friends. And don't forget, our new and improved Behind the Door will be arriving next Friday, February 28th, at platform four. All aboard the roundtable as Jason and Brooks discuss "The Greyfriars Transcript" with author Gary Buller and actor Alistair Mackey. Choo choo.  Do you like what we've been doing so far? Please consider subscribing to our Patreon. Even just a dollar a month can help us reach our goals of world domination. We need 5 tons of plutonium for, um...scientific purposes. Help us? Lastly, we continue to thank everyone who listens to and enjoys this show. It's a project of love meant to bring light to authors and actors in the horror community, and especially authors that write stories in new and twisted ways. We also give our praise and thanks to The NoSleep Podcast for being the biggest inspiration of all. They set the bar for audio horror. We should all take notes. #staygrey2020 We'll see you in two weeks for Episode 8, same Grey time, same Grey channel. - The Grey Rooms Team EXTRA STUFF • Listen to us on Spotify or YouTube • Visit our new and improved website at www.thegreyrooms.com • Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus more bonus content. • Check us out on Facebook • Join our Facebook Emotional Support Group • Stare at our artwork on Instagram • We're incredibly active on Twitter • Buy our merch at teepublic.com/the-grey-rooms • You can also make a one-time donation at PayPal.me/thegreyroomspodcast • And finally, we have a Discord community. Jump in and have a conversation with us about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms team is pretty active there. Thank you for supporting our show! A Grey Rooms Production ℗ 2020

56mins

20 Feb 2020

Rank #5

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S2E8 - Room #1127 - Down

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #1127 - Down INTRO - SAMANTHA WINTERS - "Historical Baggage" Samantha continues with her earnest and cheerful disposition, even after Bob indulges his true feelings for all of humanity. Another memory also resurfaces and Samantha realizes her true worth to the Church of the One. Todd jokes about the physics of elevators and how best to get them repaired... Samantha can pick from two rooms: the first room involves a teddy bear and its favorite human. The other is about two young adults trying to figure out a mystery about a child's disappearance when they were kids.  Written by: Brian Black Samantha performed by: Sarah Thomas Bob performed by: Graham Rowat Todd performed by: Alistair Mackey Reverend Hicks performed by: David Cummings Raymond / Davis performed by: Jason Wilson Jackie performed by: Allison Brandt S2E8 - DOWN A playground is sacred land to children. Upon this expanse of monkey bars, swings, slides, and wood chips; friendships are forged that last a lifetime. Imaginations and creativity are indulged. Laughter and smiles are imprinted onto childhood memories. One particular slide at one particular playground, however, harbors a dangerous past. A young couple meets up after dark to confront that past, before it ultimately confronts them with their own mortality.   Sometimes the hand of a friend is all that keeps you from sliding into the darkness.  Written by: D.I. Russell Steve performed by: Gabe Templin Fran performed by: Lindsey Kelly PODCAST CREDITS Season Narrative: Brian Black Music Composition/Performance: JM Scherf Audio Engineering/Sound Design: Jason Wilson Associate Producer/Social Media: Graham Rowat Episode Artist/Web Design: Cassie Pertiet Social Media/Patreon: Brooks Bigley Videography: Hail Scherf Thank you so much for listening to the eighth episode of our second season! We asked for a company credit card, but they said we needed to establish credit history first, which we can only get with a credit card, so we asked for a company credit card, but they said... Please continue to support and share this wonderful show with all your horror-loving friends. And don't forget, our new and improved Behind the Door will be arriving next Friday, March 13th, the best and most unluckiest day ever. Slide down to the roundtable as Jason and Brooks discuss "Down" with author D.I. Russell and actor Gabe Templin.   Do you like what we've been doing so far? Please consider subscribing to our Patreon. Even just a dollar a month can help us reach our goals of world domination. We want to buy up all the hand sanitizer in the world and, um, share it with everyone. Yeah... We totally promise not to hoard it and allow you to suffer from the sniffles everyone is getting right now. No not at all, we would never... Lastly, we have major surprises coming up that are guaranteed to knock your socks off, so make sure you get a pedicure and shine those toenails! #staygrey2020 We'll see you soon for Episode 9, same Grey time, same Grey channel. - The Grey Rooms Team EXTRA STUFF • Listen to us on Spotify or YouTube • Visit our new and improved website at www.thegreyrooms.com • Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus more bonus content. • Check us out on Facebook • Join our Facebook Emotional Support Group • Stare at our artwork on Instagram • We're incredibly active on Twitter • Buy our merch at teepublic.com/the-grey-rooms • You can also make a one-time donation at PayPal.me/thegreyroomspodcast • And finally, we have a Discord community. Jump in and have a conversation with us about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms team is pretty active there. Thank you for supporting our show! A Grey Rooms Production ℗ 2020

1hr

6 Mar 2020

Rank #6

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S1E5 - Room #592 - Labyrinth

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #592 - Labyrinth INTRO - RAYMOND GREENE - “Close Your Eyes” It’s Raymond’s birthday! Before the celebration can begin, a visitor intrudes and leaves a surprise for him. Bob lets Raymond know he spoiled his own birthday wish. Plus, a mysterious call gets through to Raymond. Who could she be? Another day, another door. Happy Birthday. Written by Brian Black Raymond performed by Jason Wilson Bob performed by Graham Rowat Wrong Number performed by Christina Wilson S1E5 - LABYRINTH Navigating the maze of a relationship with another person is no easy task. Especially when your worst fear is chasing you down the corridors. A man is forced to confront his issues and desperately seeks salvation from his painful revelation. We build walls to keep the scary things out. Occasionally, those same walls will keep the scary things locked in with you. Written by Manen Lyset Narrator performed by Warren Richardson PODCAST CREDITS Brian Black - Season 1 Narrative Jason Wilson - Executive Producer, Host, Audio Engineering, Sound Design, Actor JM Scherf - The Grey Rooms Theme, Additional Scoring Graham Rowat - Associate Producer, Actor Brooks Bigley - Episode Artwork, Social Media, Show Notes EXTRA STUFF • Listen to us on Spotify or YouTube • Visit our website at www.thegreyrooms.com • Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus more bonus content. • Check us out on Facebook • Join our Facebook Emotional Support Group • Stare at our artwork on Instagram • We're incredibly active on Twitter • Buy our merch at teepublic.com/the-grey-rooms • You can also make a one-time donation at PayPal.me/thegreyroomspodcast • And finally, we have a Discord community. Jump in and have a conversation with us about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms team is pretty active there. Thank you for supporting our show! A Grey Rooms Production ℗ 2018

41mins

25 Jan 2019

Rank #7

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S2PRE1 - Room #377 - Pen / Room #616 - They Don't Eat The Living - Preseason Double Feature

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #377 - Pen / Room #616 - They Don't Eat The Living INTRO - JAKE STONE Meet Detective Jake Stone. He's looking for someone named Samantha Winters. But he may find The Grey Rooms first.  Written by: Brian Black Jake Stone performed by: Mark Whitten Samantha Winters performed by: Sarah Ruth Thomas Reverend Jonathan Hicks performed by: David Cummings S2PRE1 - PEN Written by: Mike Lee Performed by: Graham Rowat S2PRE1 - THEY DON'T EAT THE LIVING Written by: Jeremy Shaffer Performed by: Sarah Ruth Thomas & Jason Wilson Jr. Season Narrative written by: Brian Black Music Composition by: JM Scherf Episode Artwork/Merch Design by: Cassie Pertiet Social Media Artwork by: Brooks Bigley & Graham Rowat Audio Engineering & Sound Design by: Jason Wilson Thank you for joining us with our first preseason episode of season 2! This season promises a bigger world of characters within the Grey Rooms narrative, even better anthology stories, and greater top-notch acting than ever before. Plus more killer artwork! So pick up that key and choose a door... Season 2 of The Grey Rooms premieres November 2019, but stay tuned for another preseason episode coming soon to podcatchers everywhere. EXTRA STUFF Visit our website at http://www.thegreyrooms.com Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon View our merch if you dare at TeePublic.com/the-grey-rooms You can check us out on Facebook! And while you're there why not join our Emotional Support Group? We're also incredibly active on Twitter Visit Cassie Pertiet's website to see more of her amazing artwork And finally... We're slowly growing our community on Discord! Why not jump in and have a nice little chat with us about the podcast (or anything really).  Thank you for supporting our show! ATP Audio Works LC  ℗ 2019

38mins

6 Sep 2019

Rank #8

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S1E13 - Everything Ends

The Grey Rooms Presents: Episode 13 - Everything Ends  (Psst...makes sure you stay passed the credits for a post-credit scene when you listen to the show) INTRO Having regained the despicable portions of his past, Raymond is forced into the most uncomfortable and terrifying door of all.  Time is short.  The horrors he shall face are personal.  Is there anyone who can help him now?  Is there anyone that he can trust?  Or was Bob's foreboding name for our final chapter the truth? For Raymond Alexander Greene, this really could be where "Everything Ends." Written by: Brian Black (He's really nervous right now) Engineered by: Jason Wilson (He's glad it's done right now) Music by: JM Scherf (He hopes he has more time for next season's finale right now) Voiced by: Raymond - Jason Wilson Bob - Graham Rowat The Prison Warden - Warren Richardson Father Tucker - Justinthulu Officer Giving Blindfold - David Cummings Lucy - Christina Wilson Raymond / Lucy's Son - Jason Wilson Jr.  Man Bumped Into - David O'Steele Seated Woman - Charlotte Norup Seated Woman w/ Coffee - Victoria Juan Girl in Princess Dress - Erin Lillis Teddy - Sarah Ruth Thomas Elderly Store Owner - Margaret Ashley Reckless Driver - Alistair Mackey Young Man w/ Hockey Jersey - Patrick Mealey Middle Aged Woman - Holly Lindin Indian Man - Michael Rigg Randall Wolfe - Brian Black Townsfolk - Michael Rigg Erin Lillis Michelle Black Bo Chappell Erin King Augie Peterson Gabe Templin Lindsey Kelly (So pretty much everyone who has ever existed) Episode Artwork by - Cassie Pertiet (Isn't this episode art gorgeous?) Social Media Artwork by - Brooks Bigley &  Graham Rowat (These guys have done such a great job setting up the hype for our episodes, haven't they?) Thank you all so much for listening to our season finale.  It has been both a wonderful experience, and privilege as we meticulously designed each and every episode for you. We couldn't have done it without all of the wonderful authors that took a chance with us.  We told them our big ideas, and some of them probably didn't quite understand what we were going on about, but they entrusted us to do their stories right.  We're proud of your stories and we hope that you're proud of our efforts to dramatize them as well.  We couldn't have it without the wonderful voice talent that has brought the characters in these stories to life.  From parachute instructors to Teddy Bears,  from English soldiers to Russian priests, we have found such a wide variety of wonderful people to draw out the emotions of each story.  We are so happy that you chose to work with us, and make our show stand out.  We hope that this experience has brought you as much enjoyment as your work has for us.  We couldn't have done it without the music.  JM Scherf crafted our theme song, and then he started crafting the music for some of our episodes.  It's music that we have constantly heard stands out.  Thank you so much for dedicating the time and effort to composing the music for us, JM.  Especially the music required for the finale.  It's fantastic.  We couldn't have done it without our Behind the Door hosts. It started out with Graham Rowat and Brooks Bigley and went on to include people like Sarah Werner, Jon Grilz, Toni Miller, Bo Chappell, Augie Peterson, Dustin Schyler Yoak, Jesse Dedman, and Michael Rigg.  You all took a strange idea to have guest hosts interview everyone for a behind the scenes look of the show, and you knocked it out of the park.  Thank you for all of the wonderful conversations and topics that we were able to enjoy with your help.  We wouldn't have done it without our amazing artists.  We started out with Mediogre producing some of the early art and soon there was Cassie Pertiet coming up to the plate with her distinct vision of each anthology story.  Soon Brooks Bigley and Graham Rowat jumped into the mix and started crafting all of the ads on social media.  These are all such a wonderful and talented team of artists.  We hope that we have provided you a great challenge, and while it took us awhile to get the art to show up, we're so happy that you have given the audience such terrifying and wonderful candies for the eye.  We wouldn't have been able to do anything without our patrons.  We're handing you out keys, stickers, early access, and bonus episodes, but you are giving us so much more.  We're in your debt and everything from the Libsyn hosting, website, sound effects...it's happening because of your generous support. And finally we wouldn't have been able to do it without you listeners.  You jump in every week and download our episodes and tell us how much you enjoy them.  You like our social media posts and tweets.  You recommend us constantly to other listeners looking for something new.  We love you.  All of you.  And we think about you all the time when we're considering things like new stories and whether or not we need to include disclaimers.  We really, really hope that you enjoyed this finale.  We did this for you.  And we're going to continue to do it for you.  Whether you are an author, an actor, a composer, an artist, a host, a patron, a listener, or even The Warden, at the end of the day, we want to tell a great story that is going to fulfill that urge to figure out what is going on.  We know the stories are dark and tragic.  We know that they can be incredibly gory or play on your phobias.  But... We do this to you out of love.  So please subscribe if you haven't already.  Please tell the world about us.  Please continue to tell us how you feel about the show, and what sort of changes or suggestions you have for us.  We want to continue to grow and get better.  Help us to be better.  And, I feel like I haven't said this in awhile, help us to scare your pants off!  EXTRA STUFF Visit our website at http://www.thegreyrooms.com Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon You can check us out on Facebook! And while you're there why not join our Emotional Support Group? We're also incredibly active on Twitter! And finally... We have a community on Discord! Why not jump in and have a nice little chat with us about the podcast (or anything really).  Thank you for supporting our show! ATP Audio Works LC  ℗ 2019

1hr 42mins

24 May 2019

Rank #9

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S1E10 - Room #1292 - Ground Level

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #1292 - Ground Level INTRO Raymond remembers a series of events that leave him vulnerable.  Meanwhile Bob has discovered that someone or something has been trying to influence Raymond's choices.  What could all this mean?  Join us, same Grey Rooms time. Same Grey Rooms channel.  Written by: Brian Black Raymond performed by: Jason Wilson Lucy performed by: Christina Wilson Bob performed by: Graham Rowat Audio production & sound engineering by: Jason Wilson GROUND LEVEL Paper is the traditional gift for first anniversaries.  It represents fragility, modesty, and is inexpensive.  In Ground Level, one man celebrates his anniversary at the new Roialte Resort & Convention Center.  He's spared no expense and one might even say he's "paid with his life."  Written by: M.R. Tapia Performed by: David Cummings Music by: JM Scherf Art by: Bo Chappell  Additional Art/Advertising by: Graham Rowat / Cassie Pertiet / Brooks Bigley SPECIAL SHOUTOUT PART 1 Without David Cummings and his No Sleep Podcast, there wouldn't be a Grey Rooms Podcast today. Special thanks to David and everyone that has made No Sleep a special refuge for horror fans. If you've somehow gone your entire life without listening to No Sleep, you really should.   SPECIAL SHOUTOUT PART 2 Our podcast is at the stage in its life where we can now start to hunt down sponsors.  If you would love to help us out, we have a link to a survey that we would like you to fill out.  It does not take very long and as far as we know it hasn't gotten anyone crushed, maimed, or dismembered (as of writing this). So please give it a click and answer the couple questions to help us out.  http://survey.libsyn.com/thegreyrooms EXTRA STUFF Visit our website at http://www.thegreyrooms.com Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon You can check us out on Facebook! And while you're there why not join our Emotional Support Group? We're also incredibly active on Twitter! And finally... We've been slowly starting to grow our community on Discord! Why not jump in and have a nice little chat with us about the show (or anything really).  We'll be streaming our Behind the Door Live on YouTube on Sunday, April 7th (this Sunday).  It will be at 8PM EST.  Join us if you want to see Jason, Brian, M.R. Tapia, David Cummings, and JM Scherf talk about the show. Oh and Dustin Schyler Yoak will be our newest guest host! Dustin Schyler Yoak is the writer/editor and co-creator of Aphotic Realm. It's a magazine that focuses on the "strange and sinister." He is also co-host and co-creator of the Geek-Men and the Masters of the ThunderNerds podcast.  Thank you for listening and being wonderful people.  

49mins

5 Apr 2019

Rank #10

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S2E4 - Room #1290 - After the Call

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #1290 - After the Call INTRO - SAMANTHA WINTERS - "Weird Day, Huh?" Bob expresses a painful memory of sorts after Samantha encounters a nightmare within a nightmare. The Church of the One makes its proclamation. Todd shares further insight on the situation in which they seem to be stuck. All hell breaks loose in The Grey Rooms. Brace yourself.  Written by: Brian Black Samantha performed by: Sarah Thomas Bob performed by: Graham Rowat Todd performed by: Alistair Mackey Jake Stone performed by: Mark Whitten Jackie performed by: Allison Brandt Reverend Hicks performed by: David Cummings The Warden performed by: Jason Wilson S2E4 - AFTER THE CALL A police officer is debriefed after a terrible encounter that forever changed his life; the suspect transformed into something the law couldn't possibly stop. No amount of training will prepare you for this. Written by: Augie Peterson Officer O'Keefe performed by: David Steele Dr. Ogden performed by: Margaret Ashley PODCAST CREDITS Season Narrative written by: Brian Black Music Composition & Design by: JM Scherf Audio Engineering & Sound Design by: Jason Wilson Episode Artwork by: Cassie Pertiet Social Media/Patreon Support by: Brooks Bigley Thank you so much for listening to the fourth episode of our second season! We're really just an interior decorating show moonlighting as a horror podcast. Please continue to support and share this wonderful show with all your horror-loving friends. And don't forget, our new and improved Behind the Door will be releasing next Friday, January 17th. Join us as Brian and Jason will be discussing "After the Call" with author Augie Peterson, and actor David Steele.  Do you like what we've been doing so far? Please consider subscribing to our Patreon. Even just a dollar a month can help us reach our goals of world domination. We want to patent a way to make everyone ELSE cry when you hit your funny bone. That'll teach them what funny is. Lastly, Happy New Year! It might be a new year and a new you, but we are still delivering the same chilling content as before. Keep it Grey, folks. #staygrey2020 We'll see you in two weeks for Episode 5, same Grey time, same Grey channel. - The Grey Rooms Team EXTRA STUFF • Listen to us on Spotify or YouTube • Visit our new and improved website at www.thegreyrooms.com • Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus more bonus content. • Check us out on Facebook • Join our Facebook Emotional Support Group • Stare at our artwork on Instagram • We're incredibly active on Twitter • Buy our merch at teepublic.com/the-grey-rooms • You can also make a one-time donation at PayPal.me/thegreyroomspodcast • And finally, we have a Discord community. Jump in and have a conversation with us about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms team is pretty active there. Thank you for supporting our show! A Grey Rooms Production ℗ 2020

46mins

10 Jan 2020

Rank #11

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S2E3 - Room #1500 - Ice Cold Moon

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #1500 - Ice Cold Moon INTRO - SAMANTHA WINTERS - "The Man at the Bar" Samantha finds herself alone in the hotel lobby for a moment, before meeting up with a new, yet familiar face in the bar. Bob is not having a good day and Todd reveals his favorite beverage. Will Sam ever take her situation seriously? Will she wake up from this nightmare or is she doomed to pick a room and die repeatedly? Written by: Brian Black Samantha performed by: Sarah Thomas Bob performed by: Graham Rowat Todd performed by: Alistair Mackey Jake Stone performed by: Mark Whitten S2E3 - ICE COLD MOON A husband and wife on a cruise ship set out to start a new life in a new world. Instead, they encounter a life-changing situation, fighting for their lives amid catastrophe and terror. Can true love buy you the entire moon? Written by: Michael Rigg Narrator & Old Woman performed by: Jennifer Roszell  Husband performed by: Alistair Mackey Various roles performed by: Graham Rowat & Jason Wilson PODCAST CREDITS Season Narrative written by: Brian Black Music Composition & Design by: JM Scherf Audio Engineering & Sound Design by: Jason Wilson Episode Artwork by: Cassie Pertiet Social Media/Patreon Support by: Brooks Bigley Thank you so much for listening to the third episode of our second season! We've figured out the perfect cure for insomnia and it involves listening to this podcast. Please continue to support and share this wonderful show with all your horror-loving friends. And don't forget, our new and improved Behind the Door will be releasing next Friday. Join us as Brian and Jason will be discussing "Ice Cold Moon" with the author, Michael Rigg.  Do you like what we've been doing so far? Please consider subscribing to our Patreon. Even just a dollar a month can help us reach our goals of world domination. We want to patent the color grey. Did you just think of the color? You owe us $20 bucks.  And lastly, we just want to say, "You're awesome."  The fact that you listen to us and share our show with all your friends makes us feel all warm and bubbly inside, and it's NOT indigestion...  We'll see you in a few weeks for Episode 4, same Grey time, same Grey channel. - The Grey Rooms Team EXTRA STUFF • Listen to us on Spotify or YouTube • Visit our new and improved website at www.thegreyrooms.com • Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus more bonus content. • Check us out on Facebook • Join our Facebook Emotional Support Group • Stare at our artwork on Instagram • We're incredibly active on Twitter • Buy our merch at teepublic.com/the-grey-rooms • You can also make a one-time donation at PayPal.me/thegreyroomspodcast • And finally, we have a Discord community. Jump in and have a conversation with us about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms team is pretty active there. Thank you for supporting our show! A Grey Rooms Production ℗ 2019

47mins

27 Dec 2019

Rank #12

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S1E4 - Room #415 - The Way Out

~The Way Out~ Written By: Gary Buller @garybuller Dan was Performed By: Warren Richardson warrenrichardsonvoiceovers.com Anna was Performed By: S.H. Cooper @MsPippinacious Raymond was Performed By: Jason Wilson @AudioTorment Bob was Performed By: Graham Rowat @GrahamNY ...for N.Y. The Singing Woman/ Raymond's Bride was Performed By: Christina Wilson @Ridin_That_Wave Raymond's story is written By: Brian Black @darthchair Audio Design and sound engineering By: Jason Wilson @AudioTorment Artwork By: Cassie Pertiet thegreyrooms.com facebook.com/thegreyroomspod ...Join the emotional support group today Twitter.com/thegreyroomspod Instagram.com/thegreyroomspodcast

43mins

11 Jan 2019

Rank #13

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S1E2 - Room #317 - I Loved My Human

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #317 - I Loved My Human INTRO - RAYMOND GREENE - “No Escape, No Mercy” New rules become clear to Raymond as he wakes up in the same room again. He finds a rather peculiar gift waiting for him. Then the disembodied voice instructs him to choose another door. Not wanting to be pushed around, Raymond refuses. So a door is chosen for him… Written by Brian Black Raymond performed by Jason Wilson Disembodied Voice performed by Graham Rowat S1E2 - I LOVED MY HUMAN* A young child suffers at the hands of abusive parents. Her only source of comfort is her favorite teddy bear who witnesses these daily atrocities. After a particularly nasty event, the teddy bear has had enough. Some toys bring delight to children. This one will bring terror to parents… *Warning: This story contains a brief scene involving violence against a child. Listener discretion is advised. Written by Mike Lee Teddy Bear performed by Sarah Thomas Little Girl performed by Victoria Juan Parents performed by Jason Wilson and Christina Wilson PODCAST CREDITS Brian Black - Season 1 Narrative Jason Wilson - Executive Producer, Host, Audio Engineering, Sound Design, Actor JM Scherf - The Grey Rooms Theme, Additional Scoring Graham Rowat - Associate Producer, Actor Mediogre Stories / Cassie Pertiet - Episode Artwork Brooks Bigley - Social Media, Show Notes EXTRA STUFF • Listen to us on Spotify or YouTube • Visit our website at www.thegreyrooms.com • Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus more bonus content. • Check us out on Facebook • Join our Facebook Emotional Support Group • Stare at our artwork on Instagram • We're incredibly active on Twitter • Buy our merch at teepublic.com/the-grey-rooms • You can also make a one-time donation at PayPal.me/thegreyroomspodcast • And finally, we have a Discord community. Jump in and have a conversation with us about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms team is pretty active there. Thank you for supporting our show! A Grey Rooms Production ℗ 2018

38mins

14 Dec 2018

Rank #14

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S1E11 - Room #1916 - A Certain Man In Russia

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #1916 - A Certain Man in Russia INTRO Raymond contemplates the nature of The Grey Rooms.  Plagued by his memories, he tries to lean on Bob for emotional support.  You can probably imagine how that works out... Written by: Brian Black Raymond performed by: Jason Wilson Bob performed by: Graham Rowat Audio production & sound engineering by: Jason Wilson A Certain Man in Russia They say that you can't keep a good man down.  Good or bad, some people just refuse to die.  People like...a certain man in Russia.  Written by: Kelly Evans Performances: Narrator and Rasputin - Alistair Mackey The Tsarina and The Servant Girl - Sarah Ruth Thomas Prince Felix - Max Evans The Prince's Henchmen - Graham Rowat Rasputin's Mother - Margaret Ashley Music by: JM Scherf Episode Artwork by: Brooks Bigley Advertising/Social Media by: Brooks Bigley &  Graham Rowat SPECIAL SHOUTOUT PART 1 Our podcast is at the stage in its life where we can now start to hunt down sponsors.  If you would love to help us out, we have a link to a survey that we would like you to fill out.  It does not take very long and as far as we know it hasn't gotten anyone crushed, maimed, or dismembered (as of writing this). So please give it a click and answer the couple questions to help us out.  http://survey.libsyn.com/thegreyrooms EXTRA STUFF Visit our website at http://www.thegreyrooms.com Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon You can check us out on Facebook! And while you're there why not join our Emotional Support Group? We're also incredibly active on Twitter! And finally... We've been slowly starting to grow our community on Discord! Why not jump in and have a nice little chat with us about the show (or anything really).  We'll be streaming our Behind the Door live on YouTube on Saturday, April 20th (this Saturday).  It will be at 3PM EST.  Join us if you want to see Jason, Brian, Kelly Evans, Alistair Mackey, and JM Scherf talk about the show.  Our guest host this time is someone completely out of this world! Sarah Rhea Werner is the creator of the hit audio drama, Girl in Space. She can also be heard on her inspirational podcast for writers called "Write Now."   Join us for the usual discussion of the show, podcasting secrets, and plenty of laughs. Thank you for supporting our show! We know you're going to love it! 

42mins

19 Apr 2019

Rank #15

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S1E6 - Room #692 - Ice Station Bravo

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room 692 - Ice Station Bravo INTRO What's more terrible than suffering in The Grey Rooms? You'll find out as Raymond discovers one of Bob's unique talents.   Written by: Brian Black Raymond performed by: Jason Wilson Bob performed by: Graham Rowat Job Recruiter by: Erin Lillis Audio production & sound engineering by: Jason Wilson Musical Score by: JM Scherf ICE STATION BRAVO You might want to bundle up, and keep your lights on, as you join the soldiers of Research Station Bravo 299.  Prepare to be chilled to the bone as The Grey Rooms presents Arthur Unk's Ice Station Bravo. Written by:Arthur Unk Red by: David O Steele Smith by: Sarah Ruth Thomas Gasper by: Graham Rowat Lucky by: Victoria Juan Yella by: Patrick Mealey Hardy by: Arthur Unk Howard by: Will Olsen and Charlotte Norup as The Darkness Within.  Additional Score by: JM Scherf Art by: Cassie Pertiet Additional Art/Advertising by: Brooks Bigley & Graham Rowat EXTRA STUFF  Visit our website at http://www.thegreyrooms.com Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon You can check us out on Facebook! And while you're there why not join our Emotional Support Group? We're also incredibly active on Twitter! Don't forget that if you plan on submitting a story for Season 2 that you have until March 2nd!  Oh! And what did you think about "All In My Head" by the Broken Machines? What a fantastic song right?  You can always hit up Mike Lee and get more info about his band. He'd love it. Thank you again, Mike! 

51mins

8 Feb 2019

Rank #16

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S1E7 - Room #812 - Cell Block B

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room 812 - Cell Block B INTRO Raymond discovers what it is like to feel truly alone.  You'll want to turn out the lights and listen with a good pair of headphones to get the full effect.  Written by: Brian Black Raymond performed by: Jason Wilson Bob performed by: Graham Rowat Audio production & sound engineering by: Jason Wilson CELL BLOCK B Dead man walkin! Dead man walkin!  Everyone knows what to expect when they're sent to death row.  But if you're thinking about killing someone...be careful.  They might send you to see the warden of Cell Block B.  Written by: Gemma Amor McCready by: Graham Rowat Fergus by: Warren Richardson Jones & The Warden (not THAT Warden) by: Alistair Mackey Art by: Graham Rowat (Talk about a Jack of all Trades) Additional Art/Advertising by: Brooks Bigley EXTRA STUFF  Visit our website at http://www.thegreyrooms.com Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon You can check us out on Facebook! And while you're there why not join our Emotional Support Group? We're also incredibly active on Twitter! Don't forget that if you plan on submitting a story for Season 2 that you have until March 2nd!  Check out the talented Gemma Amor and her friends at the Calling Darkness Podcast.  Their first episode just debuted on Valentine's Day.  Also you can grab a copy of Gemma Amor's work in her short story collection "Cruel Works of Nature."  Oh!  If you want to listen to more spooky stories, you can also listen to her stories featured in The No Sleep Podcast.  We'll be streaming our Behind the Door Live on YouTube on Sunday, February 24th (this Sunday).  It will be at 3PM EST.  Join us if you want to see Gemma, Jason, Brian, and Graham Rowat.  This episode will be guest hosted by the Ladies of Horror Fiction Podcast's own Toni the Reader.  

54mins

22 Feb 2019

Rank #17

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S1E9 - Room #1712 - Summer Child

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #1712 - Summer Child INTRO Raymond hopes to finally get answers about his past from Bob.  Where is Lucy? Where is the baby?  But when he starts to delve into those mysteries, he discovers that something very significant changes in The Grey Rooms.   And he isn't going to like it.  Written by: Brian Black Raymond performed by: Jason Wilson Bob performed by: Graham Rowat Audio production & sound engineering by: Jason Wilson Summer Child All he wants to do is get into the house, take the child, and get out.  What could possibly go wrong?  If you guessed "everything" it's probably a safe bet that you're a fan of The Grey Rooms.   Find out the best way to sharpen your #2 pencil, enjoy a steak, and handle sick people in Daniel Russell's twisted rescue tale "Summer Child." Written by:Daniel Russell Performances by: Gabe Templin Lindsey Kelly and Graham Rowat Music by: JM Scherf Art by: Cassie Pertiet Additional Art/Advertising by: Graham Rowat & Brooks Bigley EXTRA STUFF  Visit our website at http://www.thegreyrooms.com Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon You can check us out on Facebook! And while you're there why not join our Emotional Support Group? We're also incredibly active on Twitter! And finally... We've been slowly starting to grow our community on Discord! Why not jump in and have a nice little chat with us about the show (or anything really).  We'll be streaming our Behind the Door Live on YouTube on Saturday, March 23rd (this Saturday).  It will be at 8PM EST.  Join us if you want to see Brian, Daniel, JM Scherf, and our new guest host! Jon Grilz of The Creepy Podcast will be taking on the reigns this time to delve deep into the creation of Episode 9!  Feel free to join us on YouTube and say hello! 

37mins

22 Mar 2019

Rank #18

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S1E3 - Room #723 - They Don't Make Them Like That Anymore

  "They Don't Make Them Like That Anymore" Written By: Renfield Rasputin @RenfieldRasputi Performed By: Alicia - Sarah Ruth Thomas @SarahRuthVoice London- Christina Wilson @Ridin_That_Wave Austin- Graham Rowat @GrahamNY  Shopkeeper- Margaret Ashley Jacob the delivery guy- Jason Wilson @AudioTorment Young woman at estate sale- S.H. Cooper @ MsPippinacious Audio design and sound engineering by: Jason Wilson @AudioTorment Additional audio design and musical composition by: JM Scherf @JMScerfMusic Artwork by: Cassie Pertiet www.thegreyrooms.com www.twitter.com/thegreyroomspod www.instagram.com/thegreyroomspodcast www.facebook.com/thegreyroomspod www.patreon.com/thegreyrooms

45mins

28 Dec 2018

Rank #19

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S2PRE2 - Room #491 - Seashells

The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #491 - Seashells INTRO - JAKE STONE Detective Jake Stone is closer than ever to finding Samantha Winters and unlocking The Grey Rooms, but some doors should remain locked. He's about to open all of them. Written by: Brian Black Jake Stone performed by: Mark Whitten Samantha Winters performed by: Sarah Ruth Thomas Frank Burkhart performed by: David O Steele The Waitress and 911 Operator performed by: Kelly Nienaltowski Chris and Edgar performed by: Graham Rowat Delphi performed by: Christina Wilson & Erin King S2PRE2 - SEASHELLS Written by: Candice Green Travers performed by: Alistair Mackey Rhonda performed by: Erin B. Lillis Sgt. Lawson performed by: Jason Wilson Season Narrative written by: Brian Black Music Composition by: JM Scherf Audio Engineering & Sound Design by: Jason Wilson Episode Artwork by: Cassie Pertiet Social Media Artwork by: Brooks Bigley & Graham Rowat Thank you for joining us with our second preseason episode of season 2! This season promises a bigger world of characters within the Grey Rooms narrative, even better anthology stories, and greater top-notch acting than ever before. Plus more killer artwork! So pick up that key and choose a door... Season 2 of The Grey Rooms premieres November 2019. EXTRA STUFF Visit our website at www.thegreyrooms.com Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon View our merch if you dare at TeePublic.com/the-grey-rooms You can check us out on Facebook! And while you're there why not join our Emotional Support Group? We're also incredibly active on Twitter Visit Cassie Pertiet's website to see more of her amazing artwork And finally... We have a community on Discord! Why not jump in and have a nice little chat with us about the podcast (or anything really).  Thank you for supporting our show! ATP Audio Works LC  ℗ 2019

46mins

31 Oct 2019

Rank #20