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🗓️ 16 October 2023

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Nothing is as terrifying as the sounds we hear in the dark. The slow creak of a door opening late at night... or a whisper in a room when you thought you were alone... or a distant scream in the wind. One noise at the wrong time or place can scare us for days.

Each episode of I Hear Fear plunges the listener into a tale inspired by real events, from a deadly dance party to a cursed film set. Join host and two-time Oscar nominee Carey Mulligan for six immersive stories designed to jangle your nerves and haunt your dreams.

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From Wendry, I Hear Fear is a new anthology series of suspenseful stories hosted by Carrie Mulligan.


I'm about to play a clip from I Hear Fear. Follow I Hear Fear on the Wendry app or wherever you


get your podcasts. The Mamas in Music and Wendry, I'm Carrie Mulligan. And this is I Hear Fear,


an anthology of six stories that might seem too scary to be true. But they're all inspired by


real events and each of these stories could happen to you.


I've been stumbling around downtown Boston for over two hours and it's been snowing all day.


The snow's up to my ankles. I almost have to hop to walk. I'm also ridiculously high.


Who knew this day could get so bad. I thought I'd hit my low point when I opened a pregnancy test


with my teeth in a bathroom stall at some dive club and then another low when I accidentally


peed on my own hand. But things got worse because that's when the shrooms kicked in.


I couldn't tell if I was looking at two pink lines or five. Since I left the club,


the wind's been slapping me sober. The temperature keeps dropping. My face is prickling.


Maybe I still haven't gotten to the day's low point. Maybe I'll be dying of hypothermia.


I hear the engine before I see the car. A Chevy Caprice, yellow with dark stripes. The gypsy cap.


Hey, you need a ride? You look cold.


Thanks. I thought I was going to die out here. And I'm glad I found you. The colds know it


had died. He smiles at me. He has curly black hair and clear amber eyes. He'd be handsome,


but his eyes are just a little too far apart, like a watchful reptile. Part of me wonders if I


should have just kept walking. So where are you going? Berkeley College of Music. Oh, so you're a


musician. What do you play? A classical guitar and some jazz guitar too. And I'm a musician too.


Oh yeah? I think music's how we connect one body to another. I've been working on a demo,


something new. Let me play it for you. Back at school, I've perfected the art of avoiding other


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