In this week’s episode of The Dreadful Secrets of Candlewick Manor, Noch hatches a scheme to clear Cecil’s name, but finds himself at loggerheads with Duncan, who believes that justice will be served. With the other orphans’ fate hanging in the balance, Karl, Dotty and Jareth will have to sneak past Althea, their new prefect pro-tem, and avoid Duncan, who knows what’s up and thinks it would be better if everyone stayed put. Can Karl keep on mission, or will he find himself distracted by midnight snacks? Will Dotty and her ghost friends be able to help, or will Erik get tired and leave the game early? Will this entire plan hinge solely on Jareth? (You know it will.) Can an orphan with a boneless arm and a demonic car save his friend from being disappeared by a corrupt town sheriff? Listen to find out!
In this week’s melancholic installment of The Dreadful Secrets of Candlewick Manor, Cecil, Noch and one of the Delaney triplets find themselves at the mercy of the sinister Sheriff Toulouse, falsely accused and imprisoned for the night. Meanwhile, the rest of the orphans find themselves in a similar predicament with Althea, the bullying temporary prefect that Dr. Candlewick has assigned to take Cecil’s place in the East Wing. Using the Delaneys to pass messages between groups, Noch attempts to orchestrate the group’s release, before Cecil is put away for a crime he did not commit. However, the situation is worse than they feared, which they learn when a local newspaperman, Icarus Lee, clues them into a shady backroom deal between the sheriff, the local judge, and Dr. Wilaby Sternacker, chief head-shrinker at the Zitomer Institute. It seems that they’ve been using “psychological evaluations” as a cover for disappearing the undesirables in town, carting them off to the booby hatch indefinitely. Can the gang break out of jail or clear Cecil’s name before it’s too late? Listen to find out!
This week’s installment of The Dreadful Secrets of Candlewick Manor is full of untold peril and woe for our misbegotten orphans. Following the, uh, defacement of Barry Toink, Duncan Barrowart is appointed prefect of the South Wing. There, he’ll meet his new charges, the Manor’s most deplorable troublemakers. Three new orphans, the Delaney triplets, arrive at the house, and are assigned to Duncan’s wing. Then, Cecil finds himself under suspicion when one of the statues in front of the Candlewick Township Civic Building is defaced with a viscous green acid. With Sheriff Toulouse eager to pin the crime on Cecil, it’s up to the rest of the orphans to clear his name. But will they end up in over their heads before they can exonerate him? Listen to find out!
For the past year, the surviving members of the Fear Force Five have been hiding out in the desert backwater of Bulbous Quarry, amassing resources and plotting revenge. Now that two of the villains have freed themselves from their demonic shackles, the group’s time seems to have come round at last. Porter, the demon who outed them to the police, has taken possession of its next host, an undetermined member of their fallen friend Bruce’s family. If they want to keep the remaining Sawhouses safe from Porter’s rampage, they’ll need to head home and find out who’s in possession of its amulet. Can Pete, Jake, Weyland, Peyton and Blake stop Porter’s murder spree before it can claim another victim? And just how far will these ne’er-do-wells go to get even? Find out, in the exciting series finale of Apex City Capers!
In the aftermath of their battle with an honest-to-goodness angel, some members of the Phantom Force are starting to have second thoughts about supervillainy. Unable to live with the guilt of getting innocent bystanders killed, Pete finds himself in a precarious position of strength in his relationship with Urodoo, and decides to press the advantage while he has it. Little does he know that his decision to exorcise his demon will shake the former Fear Force Five to its very core, calling loyalties into question, straining friendships, and leading, perhaps, to more misguided attempts at redemption. Can the Bulbous Quarry Hellbinders set aside their moral misgivings in order to avenge themselves on Porter, the demon who ruined their lives, or will they be too busy fighting one another?