Supernatural Skeptics Guide to New Orleans is a brand new adventure in the fan-favorite franchise of The Walking Dead. Critically acclaimed actress Mara Junot leads listeners through a ten-part horror adventure in the role of host Sarah Bennett. This odyssey is a companion story to The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners VR game from Skydance Interactive and Skybound Games, which will be available for players to dive into on January 23rd, 2020.
The story begins with Part One: Sarah, where our fearless host gives us an in-depth look into the background of the atrocities the infamous Brill family partook in at the LaRouche House. Throughout history, humans have been witnesses to the evil acts that their fellow men are capable of performing, and there is no better example of this than by peering into the dark dealings of this twisted family that took place at a location known for its evil past.
The Brills looked like your cookie-cutter American family from the outside looking in. Bernard and Susan were father and mother to a boy and girl pair of twins. However, Sarah Bennett goes onto explain how the Brills were anything but ordinary. The seemingly average family went on to mutilate and murder a dozen people in gruesome manners that led many to believe something supernatural was to blame for turning these people into psychopaths.
You may be thinking that only Susan and Bernard were the ones behind these horrendous acts. However, this was not the case with this clan of monsters. "And when I say the Brill family, I mean the entire family -- even the twins took part in the carnage," explains Bennett.
Bennet proceeds with the chilling background of the man who had previously lived in the home where the Brills committed their acts of terror. Quentin LaRouche was a cruel slave owner who perpetuated plenty of vile crimes within the confines of his house. "A man so twisted he joked that he painted his walls with the blood of those who he kept as slaves," says Bennett about the slave owner.
However, a group of his prisoners eventually banded together and rose against LaRouche, which led to his ultimate demise. Unfortunately for the victims of the Brills, the family claims that the ghost of LaRouche came to them and influenced them to torture and kill individuals in the same manner that he had perished.
"What possessed us? The ghost possessed us. This was Quentin LaRouche's home. And he demanded blood," Susan Grill exclaimed to inquisitors as the family's motivation behind the grotesque killings.