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Episode one logo Episode One: S1E1 – Ivy’s Chilling Tales: Field of Screams

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In this spine-tingling episode of Ivy’s Chilling Tales, we follow the harrowing journey of a bank teller in Spring Valley. Just a few weeks ago, life was normal, but everything changed when the city was suddenly overrun by an unknown threat. Warning sirens blared, signaling the residents to flee. As chaos and panic ensue, our protagonist witnesses unimaginable horrors on the streets. Blood spills on the sidewalks, and screams of terror echo through the air. Amidst the mayhem, a chilling encounter with a teenage girl, bearing the gruesome marks of the catastrophe, sends our protagonist running for their life. But in the face of such terror, can anyone truly escape?

Disclaimer: This episode contains graphic descriptions that may be unsettling for some listeners. Parental discretion is advised.

Thanks to listener Prabhas K from India for sending us this episode!

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