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Wrong Station

Wrong Station is a Canadian horror anthology series, with new episodes released every other Sunday. "You may wish to adjust the dial. You are currently tuned into... The Wrong Station."
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Nov 29, 2021

It sat there, under the light. The Egg. Huge, murky and amber. It seemed firm, but still sagged just a bit where it sat. Whatever was inside—if there was anything inside at all—wasn’t clear. The golden casing and yellow-red liquid inside were too opaque to see through.

Performed by Liz Der.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com/c-w

Nov 15, 2021

I knew then that it didn’t matter that the black mask gave no indication, no inkling of any emotion. The Harlequin was aware of my presence and, in some way, its attention was entirely directed at me.

The thing was performing, but not for my... entertainment.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com/c-w

Oct 31, 2021

We've got sad ghost, mad ghost, not-a-child, big-ass skeleton, and *horrible* German man. Everything you need at this time of year. And nothing you want.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com/c-w

Oct 25, 2021

He held up a jar containing a chunk of stone the colour of yellow pollen. Out of it grew a crystal like sunset or ruby grapefruit; striking in colour, yet… repulsive to look at in some way. It was small enough to hold in your hand, but heavy enough that it made his feeble hand shake.

Performed by Rae Bernakevitch.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com/c-w

Oct 11, 2021

One of those nights, huh? Sorry to pry; it just looks like there’s a lot on your mind. And typically when someone’s sitting at the end of the bar—at this bar, this time of night—staring into their drink the way you are, well… that’s usually a sign too.

 

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com/c-w

 

Oct 4, 2021

It didn't have to be like this—we could have gotten the big old Wrong ball rolling with Season 6 right away—but you vultures just couldn't leave well enough alone.

So here you have it, you jackals, you cretinous imps, you rancid simpletons. Here are your responses to your properly filed FOIA requests.

May 24, 2021

Something strange happened during this rewatch. I started to cry. And it wasn’t for the sake of the man in the video. Like I told you: I’d seen him die before. I’d done my part, borne witness. But this time I was crying out of relief. I was crying because the algorithm had served me up something I could handle; something that couldn’t hurt me any more than it already had.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com/c-w

May 10, 2021

He told me he was a type of Latin called a Frank, and that he had sworn his life to the Knights Hospitaller, and within them, to the Order of St. Lazarus.

I noticed he did not eat or drink anything, and that when the wind died away, he had a faint, unpleasant smell of rotten sweetness.

“The Order of Saint Lazarus…” I began.

“Indeed,” he said. “It is composed of lepers.”

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Apr 26, 2021

It was morning when we got there, barely past dawn, and we had a little surprise waiting for us right there on the road into town. Now, they said that there had been killings happening. But the Agency had spared the details. Or maybe the mining company had—who knows? But this was a little more than just killing.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Apr 12, 2021

“You mean a contest,” he said. A slow, crazed smile spread across Practical’s yellowed teeth. He glanced around the room, as if to reassure himself this was not a dream; it must have been the exact scenario he had fantasized about a thousand times. “Very well then, you have yourself a bet. And may the greatest Artist win.”

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Mar 29, 2021

The monster knew nothing. And then, to a chorus of gasps, it was born. Its flesh - once rigid, tall, and wooden - had been transformed into thickly-corded muscle and dense chitin. The body that had spent so many years upright now lay along the ground supported by two dozen different legs.


The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Mar 15, 2021

"No, altogether, people didn’t care too much for young Madeleine Graves, and though I don’t believe I would have much enjoyed spending an evening at the Graves Family dinner table, in the presence of that watchful, grey-eyed child who liked so much to gum at her hair and pick at her scabs, I can’t say it was anything other than a tragedy.

And so, being denied the companionship of people, Madeleine wanted a cat."

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Mar 1, 2021

It began with a deep hum somewhere in the wall behind Samo, and then a tingle of static in the air. “Sail away, sail away, hah...” Doctor Martel said from behind the one-way glass, flicking a series of unseen switches to power up the machine. “Just like falling asleep.”

Only it wasn’t like falling asleep; just falling.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Feb 15, 2021

“There is no escape from the Valley.” That’s what they say, isn’t it? I see how you could believe that. Whatever direction you look, there’s nothing out there but those distant mountains scraping the horizon. And nothing between here and there but scorched wasteland. That, and the Sentries.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Feb 2, 2021

Of course, a denture carved fully from ivory is perfectly serviceable. Even one carved from the harder sorts of wood might suffice for a mere shopkeep. But for the elite, I am assured, there is no substitute for actual, human teeth.

Performed by Liana Bdéwi and Anthony Botelho.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Jan 18, 2021

How deep could that water be? Calf-deep? Knee-deep? Certainly not much more than that, with all those rocks and jags of rusted metal scraping the underside of the surface. And so it must have been a trick of the current, nothing more, that fooled my eyes into thinking they saw the shadow of something moving under the surface.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Jan 4, 2021

Your questions answered by our team--NOT recorded under duress or threat of Punishment--in this first ever Q&A special.

Dec 21, 2020

Tommy jolted awake. His heart started pounding. There was something, someone up there. He saw the faint glow of a bright red light—could it really be? And as shadows passed over the entry to the port, and a vague shape started lowering itself down, Tommy’s excitement kept building and building, until it was likely to make his chest burst, until... 

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Dec 7, 2020

You could be forgiven for being afraid, Kaisen thought, as she walked alone through the Hall of Bodhisattvas. 

She would never have admitted to such a thing, and she had been brought up to never show any emotion, let alone fear. But even though she had lived at the Monastery for decades, a low dread still clutched at her heart each time she walked through the reddish gloom of that hall.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Nov 23, 2020

He sat up, thinking about the syringes, the figure in the alley, the strange dream with… that thing. It was all too much. He put his hands over his aching eyes, took a deep breath, and made up his mind. He was a sheepdog; he was a man of action. There was something he needed to check on.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

 

Nov 9, 2020

When I began this life I didn’t muse on each hunt for as long as I now do. The morality, the greyness, or the consequences of my actions. Speed was my measure of success; not how clean the job was, whether I was efficient or cruel. It was all a race: to bathe in the blood of beasts and in the peoples’ gratitude.

But now I do muse on them. Which is why I have begun to write this journal.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Oct 26, 2020

Good evening, you sweet little eggs.

Tonight we will be reading from the Great Tome of All Hallows' Eve Snippets, Most Horrid and Most Foul: a collection of stories in which bad things happen to bad little children. And good ones too.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Discretion is advised. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Oct 19, 2020

I had the overwhelming sense that the threads of my life had permanently snarled together, a tangle of knots and frayed ends that sat between my throat and my heart, impossible to loosen one without tightening another.

I needed an escape. Out East. Out at Cape Spear, and the Cantwell Lighthouse.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Discretion is advised. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Oct 12, 2020

Do you remember the first job you ever had? I imagine you probably do; in no small part because your first job, if you’re like most people, was a shitty one.

Mine was as a prep chef at Pollo Rojo. Sounds easy enough, right? What are we talking about here, chopping onions? Hah. No… not onions.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Discretion is advised. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

Oct 5, 2020

He’d slept less than four hours. It was the fifth night in a row. 

He squeezed his eyes shut. His jaw ached and his throat felt raw, as if he had been screaming. He could feel sleep lurking nearby, but every time he lunged for it, it slithered just beyond his reach.

The Wrong Station contains explicit content and mature themes. Discretion is advised. Episode-specific warnings can be found at www.wrongstation.com

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