Podcast Highlight: October Horror
It’s the Scariest time of the year! These podcasts are sure to make you want to leave a light on before going to sleep and give you goosebumps galore!
Please note that these are not suitable for all ages and audiences. Please read any trigger warnings that may be in the Podcast notes before listening.
Originally based off the stories from the Reddit r/nosleep forum, The Nosleep Podcast is 10 years strong.
With a myriad cast of characters, each episode is sure to cause hours of sleepless nights, wondering if the shape in the corner of your room was always there, or if its just a figment of your imagination.
Please be advised that the stories range in ratings. Listener discretion is advised.
The Magnus Archives
What would you do if you were faced with your worst fears, made reality? Thats what The Magnus archives aims to ask.
Jonathon Simms, the new Head Archivist at the Magnus Institute, reads and records statements of people who have experienced strange, odd, and paranormal activity. But the deeper he delves into the mysteries that are brought to him, the more he discovers that there are more to these statements than meets the eye.
A full and completed series, the Magnus Archives is a truly terrifying horror fiction podcast that is not only scary but will make you ask: What are you really afraid of?
A brand new horror podcast made by Black authors and performed by Black actors. This Horror anthology is on the rise as perhaps some of the most terrifying stories ever listened to.
Each episode will showcase a different story by a different author, giving the listener a chance to explore authors that are often overshadowed.
Written and Produced by Soren Narina, Knifepoint horror is truly a work of art. Pulling fears from your subconscious in new, terrifying and spooky ways, Soren provides stories to delight even the most avid horror enthusiast.
Just don’t forget to sleep with a light on after you listen to the Knifepoint Horror Podcast.
Old Gods of Appalachia
” In the mountains of central Appalachia, blood runs as deep as these hollers and just as dark. Since before our kind knew these hills, hearts of unknowable hunger and madness have slumbered beneath them. These are the oldest mountains in the world.” – OGA Summary
With old world charm and storytelling, Old Gods of Appalachia mixes real world events with fiction to create a truly chilling atmosphere. With an award winning soundscape design and a top notch written script, Old Gods is not to be missed. Trust us when we say that you will not be disappointed in listening to these chilling tales.
Chilling Tales for Dark Nights
Chilling Tales for Dark Nights is a true horror fiction anthology classic. Each episode features several creepy tales from incredibly talented authors, professional voice actors, and accompanied by SFX and music.
Having started in 2016, this podcast has over 200 episodes and something for everyone to make their skin crawl. Not a podcast to be overlooked or missed this October.
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