Rank #1: TWL 715: "The Journey", by Eamon O'Neill
Rank #2: TWL 716: "Quem Infra Nos", by Mark Nixon
An author on route to a speaking event finally finds the time to visit the historic city of Durham, once on the cobbled streets he is drawn to the Cathedral. Deep in the tombs, something lies in wait. 'Forget not, who is below us'.
Rank #3: TWL 713: "The Tyranny of Heaven", by Vincent Asaro
Rank #4: TWL 714: "There Will Be Refreshments", by James Johnson
When Mark suffers a car accident, he is propelled into Hell and embarks on a journey that challenges and punishes him in ways he could never have expected. When offered a way out, he is determined to pursue it - even if it takes an eternity.
Rank #5: TWL 720: "Bone Peyote", by Ricardo Victoria
Rank #6: TWL 712: "Your Lease has Expired", by C. Bryan Brown
Much time has passed though, and things between the two are cold, and may not go as well as Jefferson hopes.
Rank #7: TWL 718: "Idle Hands", by Kelly Perkins
Story by Kelli Perkins | Narrated by David Ault
Rank #8: TWL 722: "Ten Little Indians", by Patrick Moody
In this dark tale, Celia’s family moves to the country after buying an old plantation to fix up and flip. She doesn't really like the old house, but everything changes when she meets a group of other children who want to sing and play with her.
Rank #9: TWL 902: "The Man in Number 23", by Christopher Long
Author: Christopher Long | Storyteller: Louie Pollard | Custom Score: Nico Vettese
Rank #10: TWL 724: Classically Wicked
"Grey and Red" by Daniel Foytik "Comp Time" by Rebecca Snow"What if Jesus was a Werewolf" by Kerry Lipp
Rank #11: TWL 903: An Extra Wicked Anthology
1. "The Lake Manawaka Meat Lover", by Sheldon Birnie
Kyle, a line cook in a resort town, is preparing to close up the restaurant where he works for the season when something in the woods calls for his attention. Storyteller: Graham Rowat | Score: Nico Vettese
2. "The Bad Things", by Selene Grasby
In this tale of secrets, madness, and the supernatural, we meet a young girl who visits a park for a picnic and ends learning a truth that will haunt her forever. Storyteller: Addison Peacock | Score: Nico Vettese
3. "Digging", by Eamonn O'Neill
It is 1916, men fight in the trenches of the First World War. They are in conflict with the elements, in conflict with their enemies and in conflict with themselves. They dig, fight, dig, unaware that beneath them something has also started to scrape at the soil. Storyteller: David Ault | Score: Nico Vettese
Voice of the Librarian: Nelson W. Pyles | Artwork: Alex J. Murd | Host / Producer / Showrunner: Daniel Foytik | Executive Producers: Cynthia Lowman, Nelson W. Pyles
Rank #12: TPC 103: The Private Collector "See You in the Funny Papers", by Aaron Vlek
Cast: Frank Enfield: Daniel Foytik | The Librarian: Nelson W. Pyle | Brenda Ward: Addison Peacock
Rank #13: Best S3: "Always Something There to Remind Me", by Gary Braunbeck
Enjoy this creepy and twisted tale from Season Three as read by Nelson W. Pyles.
Rank #14: TWL 717: Two Tales of Terror by Scarlett R. Algee
"And Drown Melancholy" puts you in the mind of an unfortunate young woman suffering from a splitting headache who mixes alcohol and drugs to stop the pain, but you're not alone in there.
"The Tomb Wife" explores the unique the classic story of boy meets ghoul and the deep, devouring desires they have for each other.
Narrated by Eden Royce
Rank #15: TWL 710: Southern Fried Horror, Two Tales by Eden Royce
Thanks to Amber Collins, Cynthia Lowman, Lydia Peever, Eden Royce, Samantha Pleasant LeBas, and Jeanette Andromeda.
Aside from this week's "The Wicked Colonel" artwork by Steven Matiko and a special appearance by the Librarian, the ladies have the run of the Library this week. Of course, every month features women in horror at the Wicked Library.
"Hand of Glory"
A woman has a unique way of getting information from a suspected killer despite his reluctance to cooperate.
A woman struggles to come to terms with her son's crimes.
Rank #16: TWL 815: "Gardening" by Kathleen Queen
Author: Kathleen Queen | Storytellers: Daniel Foytik, Main Narration| Cynthia Lowman as Paige | Andy James as John | Nichole Goodnight as Doctor | Voice of the Librarian: Nelson W. Pyles | Custom Score: Nico Vettese | Host / Producer / Showrunner: Daniel Foytik | Executive Producers: Cynthia Lowman, Nelson W. Pyles
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Rank #17: TWL 732: Extra Wicked Halloween 2017
"Fishing Hole" by Nelson W. Pyles, told by the author, "In the Silt" by Jessica McHugh, told by Addison Peacock, "Love Song for the Rejected" by Paul Michael Anderson, told by Mike DelGaudio and Addison Peacock, "Cruel and Unusual" by C. Bryan Brown, told by Daniel Foytik
Rank #18: TWL 803: Extra Wicked Winter Anthology 2018
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S1E1: "The Library on the Other Side of Town", by Aaron Vlek. Told by Daniel Foytik, Nelson W. Pyles, and Addison Peacock. Score by Nico Vettese."A Slithering Offer" by Lee Forman. Told by Daniel Foytik."The Letter in The Lighthouse" by Nelson W. Pyles, adapted for audio. Told by Daniel Foytik. "C0nquer0r" by Caitlin Marceau, told by Immortal Alexander and Jeanette Andromeda.
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Rank #19: TWL 706: "The Road Man", by Aaron Vlek
Rank #20: TWL 900: "The Case of the Yuletide Bride", by Aaron Vlek
In today's dark tale, you'll met Audrey Hawkwoode, the young protegee of Geoffrey Sykes Vermillion. When Audrey returns home for the Christmas Holiday, she learns something is not quite right, and calls her upon her mentor for urgent help in solving the matter.
Author: Aaron Vlek | Cast: Mary Murphy, as Audrey Hawkwoode | David Ault, as Geoffrey Sykes Vermillion | Daniel Foytik, as James and Sydney Hawkwoode | Nelson W. Pyles, as Mr. Hawkwoode | Heather Thomas, as Mrs. Hawkwoode
Voice of the Librarian: Nelson W. Pyles
Custom Score: Nico Vettese | Artwork: Jeanette Andromeda | Host / Producer / Showrunner: Daniel Foytik | Executive Producers: Cynthia Lowman, Nelson W. Pyles
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