This episode of “That Sounds Terrifying” is a rollercoaster of terror and laughter. Join your hosts Nick and Jess, along with special guest Ashley Fico, as they dive into the eerie origins of the podcast. Ashley unveils her most chilling childhood experience (spoiler: it wasn't a Disney moment!), while Nick gives us the disturbing details of the Travis Walton Experience that inspired the movie 'Fire in the Sky'. Join us on a journey into the unknown with personal encounters and terrifying moments that are truly out of this world – tune in now!
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That Sounds Terrifying
That Sounds Terrifying is a podcast for people interested in the paranormal. Whether it’s hearing scary stories, sharing odd happenings, or even hearing different ideologies on such things. Join Jess and Nick to talk about how the world is much stranger than it seems and explore the unknown which can be, well… terrifying.
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This podcast includes the original works and interviews by Nick and Jess and is considered the property of That Sounds Terrific Productions, LLC. Reposts and use of this content in whole or part must be credited to the hosts and That Sounds Terrifying Podcast.
That Sounds Terrifying A Podcast with Nick and Jess Art Cover created and designed by Molly Lonigan, mollylonigan.wixsite.com/my-site.
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Stories are accounts from personal experiences, generated by ChatGpT and found on websites that were deemed free use or Creative Commons use.