Camp Monsters podcast

The Sunnyvale Haunting

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15 Sekunden vorwärts

In this bonus episode we're gathering around a digital campfire in the new REI Co-op store in Sunnyvale. What's so special about this store? We're glad you asked. This store has a haunted reputation. Previous tenants have complained of flickering lights, unusual noises and that eerie feeling that has you looking over your shoulder. This bonus episode is about the Sunnyvale Store and what might be waiting for you on your next visit.

Thanks to this season’s sponsor, YETI for supporting the podcast.

Artwork by Tyler Grobowsky (@g_r_o_b_o)

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