Radio 4’s Uncanny returns for a Summer Special

Uncanny is back, the multi-million-download hit paranormal podcast returns with a Summer Special that will chill listeners to the bone.

1998, a British family on vacation in Canada find a lonely, seaside guest house where they are about to spend the most terrifying night of their lives. The trip of a lifetime just became a holiday from Hell. Does this remote seaside house really contain a violent supernatural entity? Or can the bizarre and terrifying events of that night be rationally explained? 

Danny Robins, creator of the award-winning series The Battersea Poltergeist and writer of Olivier-nominated West End hit 2:22 – A Ghost Story, investigates this bizarre and terrifying case in a bonus Summer Special edition of his new, acclaimed podcast phenomenon Uncanny, exploring all things paranormal.

Uncanny Summer Special: Canadian Horror Story, drops at the devilish time of 18:00 on Monday 6 June… or 6-6-6. Uncanny is a Radio 4 podcast available on BBC Sounds.

“The audio hero of all things spooky” – The Observer

“A contemporary Van Helsing… Like Bram Stoker’s character, he’s a paranormal polymath.” – The Sunday Times“The UK’s go-to ghost guy. At last, the question ‘who ya gonna call?’ has a practical answer.” – The Evening Standard

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