Do you like listening to scary stories in the dark late at night? If so, then check out Wildclaw Theatre's Deathscribe radio play podcast - where you'll hear such stories as Albert Gerber's "Dark and Stormy," a harrowing re-invention of familiar genre cliches that bring to mind Stephen King's "They're Creeping Up on You" from Creepshow. Also in store is a serial killer who preys on nurses in Doug Lamoreux's "A Crying Shame," the not so friendly antagonist of Jenn Udoni's "The Friend," Chris Hainsworth's Devil of a visitor to an elementary school on "Career Day," a lonely journalist on a night drive who begins hearing the voice over the radio in "Transmission Unknown," and a vampire whose worst fear might very well be commitment in the surprisingly funny "Forever." I reach out to you Dear Listener and ask that you take a little time, whether commuting to work or settling in for an evening, to turn off that pop station or television program for a little while and turn on your mind . . . and listen as the darkness takes over.