Welcome to episode seven of your A+ Podcast, you Lycanthropes, Ghouls, Banshees, and Tarantulas! On the show today, Gabby freaks out Trent with a true scary story, Riese and Abby take on some local frights, and Mey and Janet Mock talk about their favorite ghostly tales. At the helm are your Halloween-ambivalent Ghost Hosts, Julia and me, Samara!
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