About Wormwood

“…a Blue Velvet-esque town with a Lovecraft bent.” — Jason Pichonsky, Rue Morgue


Doctor Xander Crowe was a formidable psychologist until a terrible tragedy sent him spiraling down the dark pathways of the occult. Now, a strange vision leads Doctor Crowe to the hidden town of Wormwood, where shadows lurk in every corner and evil stains the souls of the inhabitants. Welcome to Wormwood.

Wormwood: A Serialized Mystery is an award-winning, full-cast audio drama, created by David Accampo and Jeremy Rogers, which ran for three seasons. All 97 episodes are currently available on iTunes and at wormwoodshow.com. Wormwood has been featured in Rue Morgue magazine, as well as numerous programs, including Radio Drama Revival, The Sonic Society, Geek Cred, Double Dorkmeter, and Podcast Squared. Wormwood won the 2007 Uni Awards, hosted by The Sonic Society, sweeping all of the acting and production categories in which it was entered. Wormwood was also recently featured as one of the “Top Five Bits of of Sci-Fi Ear Candy” on furiousfanboys.com.

Visit the Wormwood website to learn more and to download episodes!


“Wormwood is a professional grade production. Accampo and Rogers head up an incredible writing staff, with varied backgrounds and talents, that come together to create a fantastic world and story… The cast is incredible – I’d be hard pressed to pick a favorite – and all are given a chance to shine.”
Floyd Salazar, Furious Fanboys

Wormwood is a darkly delicious throwback to classic radio theater that’s as clever as it is creepy – about as much fun as you can have online without alerting some sort of watch group.”
Andrew Cosby, Co-Creator of Eureka

a tasty vacation spot… if you like eating human flesh, that is.”
Scott Sigler, author of Ancestor and Nocturnal

“Xander Crowe is a glorious mixture of Basil Fawlty and Aleister Crowley. The pacing is tight. The dialogue is sharp…”
Jack J. Ward, The Sonic Society

Wormwood is a wonderful commitment to audio entertainment on the web. Doctor Xander Crowe is a great creation, and I hope many adventures lie ahead of him.
Tad Stones, Hellboy Animated: Blood and Iron

“After listening to the first episode I call it AWESOME. How did this terrific sounding show manage to fly under nearly everyone’s collective radar for so long?… Its an interesting premise, but its the snappy dialogue and the confident storytelling that I like. Take one part Twin Peaks, add one part mystery, one part supernatural, then drench in Absinthe, shake the mix vigorously. Voila, Wormwood.”
Jesse Willis, SFF Audio

Wormwood should be the next stop on the XML dial for audio mystery enthusiasts.”
Fred Greenhalgh, Radio Drama Revival