Wilson says people love that the stories are true.
“These stories really happen,” 彼は言います, 追加する, “There are ghost stories, there’s supernatural stories. There are alien encounters. There are coincidences that are so spooky. You can’t even believe them. There’s people that have been stalked. There’s the supernatural and otherworldly stories and they’re all the much scarier because they really actually happen to people.”
Wilson recalls one story from season one that has stuck with him since he heard it. “This family, they moved into a new house and there was like a mysterious little girl that would come out of the woods, play with the person, but then it turns out that the little girl didn’t exist,” 彼は言います.
He believes it too.
“I believe every last person telling these stories and when you hear their voices and how they recount it,” 彼は言います, “It isn’t like some drunken bar at 2 午前, people trying to outdo each other and make up circumstances. This actually happened to these folks.”
He’s still playing a comedic character, でも, in spite of the dark subject matter.
“He is a character like you would see in sketch comedy, he’s a late night re radio DJ. He’s very self important. He’s very, kind of caught up in the sound of his own voice,” 彼は言います. “So this is comedy. This is just using comedy to introduce the supernatural, which I think has a nice effect. というのは, it works for the Crypt Keeper (from ‘Tales From the Crypt’), it worked for Vincent Price. It worked for Elvira, and now it works for Terry Carnation.”
“Radio Rental” streams on Apple Podcasts and wherever podcasts are available.