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Four teenagers visit the town’s haunted house. The party they encounter in the house, though, has nothing to do with the booze and weed they brought with them.

This is a complicated story, with scene changes and multiple voices. It was a real challenge to present. Unlike my normal podcasts, which have no sound effects, I used an eerie background drone to indicate when the action happens in the ghost world, and when it is in the real world of the teens. And it is the back and forth between the two worlds in the first section that, I think, really builds the tension. I hope you think so, too.

Lon Sanders lives in Delaware and spends much of their time lurking in graveyards, listening to the stories of the ghosts who reside there, and casting spells on people they really don’t like or trust.

You can read "The House Always Wins" at https://www.kaidankaistories.com.

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Four teenagers visit the town’s haunted house. The party they encounter in the house, though, has nothing to do with the booze and weed they brought with them. This is a complicated story, with scene changes and multiple voices. It was a real challenge to present. Unlike my normal podcasts, which have no sound effects, I used an eerie background drone to indicate when the action happens in the ghost world, and when it is in the real world of the teens. And it is the back and forth between the two worlds in the first section that, I think, really builds the tension. I hope you think so, too. Lon Sanders lives in Delaware and spends much of their time lurking in graveyards, listening to the stories of the ghosts who reside there, and casting spells on people they really don’t like or trust. You can read "The House Always Wins" at https://www.kaidankaistories.com. Win a T-shirt with the Kaidankai logo. Go to the podcast description to learn more. Send your contest answers: by DM on Twitter at: Japanese Ghost Stories @ghostJapanese or Instagram: WhiteEnsoJapan or Facebook: Kaidankai: Ghost and Supernatural Stories Podcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kaidankai100/ or by email: Kaidankai100ghoststories@gmail.com. Help me pay the contributors for their work. Donate to the Kaidankai through Ko-Fi. Thank you! https://ko-fi.com/kaidankaighoststories read more read less

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