A true crime podcast and documentary crew has hired three investigative experts to help them produce a show about the Mackenzie Massacre. Years ago, a man named George Mackenzie murdered 17 men at a lodge in the Appalachian mountains in Tennessee. The crew soon discovers secrets in the lodge not mentioned in the murder trial but as they delve into the matter, strange events begin to plague the crew. What were the victims doing up in the lodge? Who is watching them from the forest? The crew is determined to find the truth but darker forces may stop them!

Maddy as Jordan Drake
Tom as Ulysses Olguin
Aaron as Donny Pecor
Ross as the GM

Helos, a Greek Occultist, has acquired a complete copy of Al-Azif. Having a desire to keep this acquisition secret, he has sought the most distant translator possible. Posing as a rich merchant, he has come to Saeferne Abbey and engaged the services of Albinus, a translator. His financial “offering” to the church has gained him access to Albinus, and will protect him unless there is conclusive evidence of wrongdoing on his part. During the process of translation, some dark recess of Albinus’ soul has been awakened…

Rob Stith of the Orpheus Protocol podcast as – Brother Wilmot the illuminator
Aaron as brother Hamon the translator
Caleb as Godfrey the bishop’s guard
Birk as brother Tristam the Exorcist

This scenario was published in Caligo Accedndum, available now.

Content Warning: Reference to real-world tragedies in this scenario
From the Author: During quarantine, I was thinking a lot about the nature of grief, specifically how it diffuses when shared, how it spreads out and thins across distance and time. There is no mention of Covid-19 in the scenario, but this is my personal attempt at processing the shared grief of the ongoing pandemic.

Synopsis: A therapy group meets every week in the basement of a local church. When a freak winter storm isolates them, they realize one member has gone too far to overcome their grief. Can they survive the storm and the horror beyond comprehension?

Ross as Iris
Maddy as Lindsey
Holly as Ruth
Baz as Jim
Birk as Adrian
Caleb as the GM

The year is 1880, and the posse is forming.It’s easy to feel alone as the shadows gather and the pale moon rises over the High Plains. The Apache say that on nights like this, the cold wind from the prairie has a mind of its own – a malignant chill, born of the darkness, which eats at your warmth, and steals all compassion.

It was a night like that when Barton Duvall rode into Tombstone. A night like that when they found what was left of little Alina Hundle – the few sad remains, barely recognizable, that Barton had left for her family to bury. And, it was a night like that when you realised that justice was more than a word bandied around by fearful shopkeepers – it was a necessity.

This episode is based on the scenario Sundown, available here.
Cast:
Aaron as  Sandy the doctor
Birk as Jerry the teen
Caleb as Wade the drifter
Jason as Father allan
Sean as Bruce the old man

No one knows what’s happening at Rane Fine Art. The gallery had a new show but a riot broke out. At least that’s what the initial 911 calls said. Now, the area around the gallery has gone silent. No first responder who has gone in is still answering their radio. Delta Green activates a team of nearby agents to investigate.

This scenario was an entry in the 2019 Shotgun Scenario contest. You can read the full scenario here. It was inspired by a video on Youtube viewable here.

Cast
Tom as Jonathan – special forces operator
Jason B as Sgt. Brandon
Shaun as Jeanette, federal agent