Ashley Flowers’ creepy storytelling is on full display in fiction podcast ‘Full Body Chills’

Fiction September 10, 2021
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From Audiochuck comes “Full Body Chills.” Have you been nostalgic for creepy campfire stories of yore this summer? Grab your flashlight, turn off all the lights, and brace yourself for this podcast! This scary fiction series is calling for you to listen. Hosted by Ashley Flowers, the creator of “Crime Junkie,” “Supernatural,” and “International Infamy,” each episode of “Full Body Chills” is an original story.

The show features a rotating list of authors. Some of the tales are written by Ashley Flowers herself. Especially if you’re a fan of Ashley Flowers’ storytelling and narration style, you’ll enjoy this podcast.

The creepy sound effects in many of the episodes add to the spooktacular ambiance. Most episodes are under 30 minutes in length. It’s easy to lose track of time in these short stories.

Some of the narratives play on the creepy side of technology, similar to the Netflix show Black Mirror. The episode “Us” tells about the narrator’s hacked Instagram account where stories are posted without her permission or knowledge. The narrator scrolls through the phone’s camera app and she’s horrified by what she sees. Panic ensues and then that’s when the disturbing factor exponentially increases. We’re not going to spoil it for you here. You’ll have to tune in to the show to find out what happens.

Other episodes share storylines from the spirit realm. Another story’s character finds old vinyl records from a family member and attempts to decode the spooky whispering on one of the tracks. Were those directions for the character to follow?

Dare to listen? Both seasons are now streaming wherever you listen to your podcasts.

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