In Cahoots! Ep.3: Spooky Szn Kickoff!

Hello everyone!

In today’s episode of In Cahoots! with @thegingerintrovert, we will be reading some super spooky Gothic short stories… because our great-great-great-great grandparents did spooky season right–sitting around a fireplace and reading chilling stories to one another, because there was nothing better to do on a cold and damp evening in 1840. And today I’m bringing the custom back, by reading some of the most chilling short stories I could find.

Today, I read the classic Edgar Allan Poe short story, The Cask of Amontillado! However, I found so many other fun Gothic and spooky poems and short stories, that I will link some more intriguing ones below! I also found a great article by Bustle, focusing on ghost stories written by women! I will link them all below for your reading pleasure.

More spooky stories and articles to read:

10 Classic Ghost Stories By Women You Probably Haven’t Read Yet by Sadie Trombetta on Bustle

The Vampyre by John Polidori

“The Hag” by Robert Harrick

The Mummy’s Foot by Theophile Gautier

Mary Shelley and a list of her short stories

Bewitched and The Lady’s Maid’s Bell, both by Edith Wharton

Click here to find more Gothic story suggestions.

And as always, click here to access the Spooktacular! Playlist, or scan this below:

Thank you so much for listening, and be sure to tune in next week for more Spooky Season content! You can currently listen on Anchor, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Pocket Casts, and Soundcloud! Also, don’t forget to follow along with any Podcast or blog news on my Instagram @thegingerintrovert!

XOXO

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