Episode 71: Urban Legend Horror Fiction with Spenser (@bakerstshelves)

A lightless mirror is a terrifying thing, there is no reflection only black glass like an abyss, it’s an endless and consuming

Hillary Monahan, Mary: The Summoning

This week I got to sit with Spenser, who may you know on Instagram as @bakerstshelves, and talk about urban legend horror. How modern folklore became those campfire stories that always seemed like they could happen, and did happen. Listen to our conversation about urban legends wherver you get your podcasts.

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