Weird Tales of Twisted, Small-Town Americana

The Last Wigwam Christmas

by Alison Crane

Episode poster for The Last Wigwam Christmas, episode 203 of Uncanny County, created by Todd Faulkner and Alison Crane. Poster by Todd Faulkner

Poster by Todd Faulkner.

Christmas Eve, 1970. Wally's Wigwam Motor Lodge is on it's last legs, but a series of troubled travelers may find the accommodations to be exactly what they need.
Written by Alison Crane, adapted from her play The Last Christmas at Wally’s Wigwam Motor Lodge. Produced by A.J. Cermak, Kevin Ramsay and Alison Crane, and mastered by Kevin Ramsay.

Featuring Alison Crane as Judy, Todd Faulkner as Homer, and the vocal talents of Emily Edwards, Matthew Hammond, Ron Sanborn, Monah Yancy, and introducing William Franke as the Telegram Boy.
Episode poster for The Last Wigwam Christmas, episode 203 of Uncanny County, created by Todd Faulkner and Alison Crane. Poster by Todd Faulkner

Poster by Todd Faulkner.

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Uncanny County is the unholy creation of Todd Faulkner and Alison Crane. It is produced by Todd Faulkner, Alison Crane, and William Franke. Our executive producer is Jessica Walker.
Season Two:
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Ellen has spent her life trying to help her screw-up of a brother, Larry. Or has she? At the Ridgeway Motel, she'll discover why he is who he is... and it's not what she ever expected.
Written & produced by Nicole Greevy. Sound design by Nicole Greevy, Recorded and mastered by Kevin Ramsay.

Featuring Katherine Puma as Ellen, Tom Bartos as Larry, Jane Courtney as the Front Desk Clerk, Emily Battles as Judy Lobo and Nicole Greevy as Sheriff Rowland, together with the vocal talents of Colin Chapin, Bill Franke, Alison Crane, Todd Faulkner and a guest appearance by James Oliva.

Featuring the song No Accidents, written and performed by Ned Massey. Available on iTunes.
Poster for Uncanny County episode 201 The Ridgeway Motel by Nicole Greevy (poster by Todd Faulkner)

Poster by Todd Faulkner.

1985. Kimber Spaulding - the new girl at Heller High School - is convinced that if she just knew the right people and said the right things, her life would be a teenage dream. But she’s about to find out that not all dreams are happy ones, especially in Uncanny County
Written & produced by Todd Faulkner. Recorded and mastered by Kevin Ramsay. Featuring original music by Matthew C. Pritchard.

Featuring Devin McCall as Kimber, Timothy Regan as Topher, Rebecca Benzell as Fran, Rachel Moulton as Stacey, Spencer S. Scott as Mitch, John Fico as the shop owner and Jacquelyn Landgraf as Ms. Davenport, along with the vocal talents of William Franke, Todd Faulkner – and a special appearance by Lauren Shippen as VTV VJ Myra Quill.
Poster for Homecoming Queen of the Damned, by Todd Faulkner (Episode 202 of Uncanny County)

Poster by Todd Faulkner.


Uncanny County is the unholy creation of Todd Faulkner and Alison Crane. It is produced by Todd Faulkner, Alison Crane, and William Franke. Our executive producer is Jessica Walker.
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