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Lore Podcast

Closed December 3, 2017

Mahnke digs through history's darkest corners for its grisliest tales

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Why See Lore Podcast?

fact is freakier than fiction

One of the most interesting and unnerving podcasts out there, Aaron Manke's true-life scary tale compendium Lore embarks on a series of live shows this season, featuring three never released stories told in the style of good old-fashioned campfire fright fest. Meticulously researched and beautifully produced, expect a fascinating journey into the macabre that you're unlikely to forget in a hurry.

Originally created as a place to share the results of his folkloric research for his own stories, Lore has become a full time job for novelist Manke who has been bewitched by all things unexplained since childhood. Picking the strangest stories from history Lore looks into the darkness and finds the real horrors, but sometimes finds hope and love too.

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Performance date: 3 December 2017

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