The Haunted Darkness

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Season Four: Relay
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"The Haunted Darkness"
Run Time 42:31
Release Date October 31, 2017
Characters Radio Host, The Haunted Darkness staff
Music Metal Gear Solid, Cliff Martinez, seafloored, Kevin Macleod, Sam Spence, Kano
Category Narrative

The Haunted Darkness is a Halloween special that was released during The Minute Hour's fourth season. It was released on October 31, 2017 and has a run time of 42:31. This is the first narrative episode of The Minute Hour, which takes place outside of the main story arc of Relay and features one extended-length story. The plot revolves around two friends who visit a popular "haunted house" attraction called "The Haunted Darkness".

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Behind the Scenes

  • This episode features music from Metal Gear Solid, Cliff Martinez, seafloored, Kevin Macleod, Sam Spence, Kano
  • A rough cut of this episode was released on Patreon on October 30th

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External Links

Haunted Darkness on YouTube
Haunted Darkness on SoundCloud


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