When a rich nobleman offers to marry a poor peasant girl it seems like a dream come true. It might actually be the stuff of nightmares.

SARAH RICHARDSON

 

About the Author
James D’Amato, the world’s foremost Kobold advocate, moved to Chicago in 2010 to train at Second City and iO in the art of improvisational comedy. He now uses that education to introduce new people to role-playing, and teach die-hard Grognards new tricks.

3 comments on 136. Bluebeard’s Bride

  1. JustPlainJim says:

    I don’t think I’ve been this on edge from audio alone ever in my life. Everything fromthe wedding to the ending had me at “creeped the eff out” at minimum. The pause after the door closing gave me an internal scream and the mirror shards… this is going to be horrifying, and I can’t wait!

  2. J says:

    Hey James? Would you be able to change the title to “Bluebeard’s Bride?” I’m assuming the current title is an accidental spelling error.

    1. Kat Kuhl says:

      I think this is fixed by now, but thanks for the heads up!

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