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Brace yourself…for the No Sleep Podcast!

Brace yourself…for the No Sleep Podcast!

The No Sleep Podcast…. https://www.thenosleeppodcast.com/   You know when you hear a tale that haunts you, sends literal shivers down your spine and causes a sleepless night…? Well that’s how I felt when I first listened to this podcast…coupled with sheer envy that almost every tale is so well written, and delivered with such passion to scare, if only I could have thought of it first! It took me a few listens to get used to the showrunner David Cummings…

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My interview with The Alexandria Archives

My interview with The Alexandria Archives

What are the 3 best things about working on The Alexandria Archives? 1. We all three work jobs that can be pretty stressful and not exactly what you’d call creatively stimulating. The podcast gives us a chance to exercise our creative roots. 2. We have an excuse to regularly collaborate with each other. 3. We get to be a part of the podcasting community, which is one of the most gracious and friendly groups imaginable. Seriously, everyone has been so great!…

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The Nightmare Magazine

The Nightmare Magazine

The Nightmare Magazine is a podcast full of stories of horror and dark fantasy and is perfect for all types of horror fans. In this monthly podcast, you’ll find stories of all genres in horror and everything in between. If you’re looking for horror in general, this is the podcast for you. Never get the same thing twice, but always get a eerie and perplexing story. Edited by bestselling anthologist John Joseph Adams, every month Nightmare will present you with a mix of…

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My interview with The Blood Crow Stories

My interview with The Blood Crow Stories

The Blood Crow Stories is an anthology series of horror stories. Their first season highlights the story of the S.S. Utopia, a cruise ship in the early 1900’s. Modern-day college student, Max, begins to do his thesis on the audio diaries of the passengers on the ship. What he didn’t know were the horrors that were waiting for him among the tapes, and why the ship sank so mysteriously almost 100 years ago  Below is the interview I was able…

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My interview with Nicholas Thurkettle

My interview with Nicholas Thurkettle

Nicholas Thurkettle is a writer, actor, and filmmaker, working independently in Los Angeles and Orange County with the continuing goal of bringing good work to audiences anywhere he can find them. He is also a part of Earbud Theater and I had a chance to interview him a little while back. What are the 3 best things about working in Earbud Theater? First – the creative freedom. Casey Wolfe really believes in letting storytellers follow their impulses; and I think…

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Earbud Theater

Earbud Theater

Audio Dramas of the Strange and Unusual Since 2012, the locals of the secret Earbud Theater cave have been delivering haunting sensational tales of monstrosities and the creeps that might be in your own house. Earbud Theater is run by experts of the Hollywood film and television business who aimed to show that people could activate minds aurally. So dim the lights, turn up the volume. and start one of their audio plays. Or take a look at their website and learn a little about who they…

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Pseudopod

Pseudopod

For those of you who don’t know, Pseudopod is a horror fiction podcast. Every week they post a new story to their site, usually somewhere between 20 and 45 minutes long and usually between 2000 and 6000 words in length. It also irregularly releases shorter flash fiction pieces and movie reviews. It’s free to download, and you can share it with whoever you want as long as you don’t alter it or sell it. Despite the catchphrase at the top…

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The NoSleep Podcast

The NoSleep Podcast

This podcast is a multi-award-winning compilation of original horror stories, with rich atmospheric music to elevate the frightening tales. It all began when someone suggested doing a podcast where some of the top stories from NoSleep would be narrated in the form of an audiobook each episode. The feedback was very clear and positive and over the next few months a small group of members endeavored to put together what would come to be known as The NoSleep Podcast and on June 13th, 2011 Episode…

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My Liberty Interview

My Liberty Interview

If you’ve not heard of Liberty, this is a serialized sci-fi tale told in comic books and audio drama stories. The community of Atrius has been closed off from mankind and gone through eons of civil war. What remains is a gleaming city and beyond the bounds of its walls, an uncivilized wilderness known as the Fringe. Liberty features many tales from this universe such as the terrifying Fringe expedition series Critical Research and standalone horror stories of Tales from…

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The Night Time Podcast

The Night Time Podcast

The Night Time Podcast is a podcast sharing true stories from Atlantic Canada and focusing on the fringe Topics vary from true crime, mysteries, the paranormal, and occasionally the weird. With detailed investigation and interviews with relevant guests, the show aims to provide listeners with a evened out  and complete narration of a story, and seeks to leave you with much to consider. New episodes are released every two weeks. Jordan Bonaparte is the sole man behind The Night Time Podcast. With a constant curiosity in local…

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The Moonlit Road

The Moonlit Road

Southern ghost tales, folktales, myths, legends and other bizarre narrations from the dark alleys of the American South, told by the region’s best narrators. Authentic brief stories and classic campfire stories. Most tales are written by Craig Dominey and was created in 1997. Their mission is to scare you, make you laugh and possibly at the same time. Want to know more about the writer. Follow her at https://podteenn.wixsite.com/website  

Sirenicide

Sirenicide

In this Serialized Horror Drama you will follow Matthew Finnis as he chronicles and unravels the dark secrets of Morston, Texas. Do you like Small Town Horror? If yes, then you will love ❤️ this audio drama. Having just heard episode 1 of season 1, I am definitely excited to hear more and can’t wait for season 2 to begin, once I’m caught up with what’s available in the feed. Want to know more about the writer. Follow her at https://podteenn.wixsite.com/website

Drabblecast

Drabblecast

Strange Stories, By Strange Authors, for Strange Listeners. The Drabblecast highlights on a weekly basis flash fictions from different genres. Its peculiar message is that of off beat, humourous, eclecticism. It is a reimbursing fiction demand, welcoming submissions. It is also the winner of the 2010, 2011 and 2012 Parsec Awards for Best Speculative Fiction Audio Magazine. Norm Sherman is our charming host, producer, and prime narrator. Norm is also a musician and is assisted by Editor-in-Chief Nathaniel Lee, Special Anthologies Editor Nicky Drayden,…

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Harry Strange

Harry Strange

Magic and magical people–the ‘unnatural order’ is all around us. There are benevolent witches, malevolent witches, demons, vamps, werewolves, shape shifters, ghosts; it’s a protoplasmic party of creature features out there. But unless you know where to look, you won’t find them. I know where to look. My name is Harry Strange.” The Harry Strange Radio Drama, an award-winning, full cast, pulp-style supernatural thriller. This homage to the radio dramas of the 30s and 40s This show was created by…

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Campfire Radio Theater

Campfire Radio Theater

This podcast is brought to you by one man and one man only, John Ballentine This is a modern audio anthology of chilling tales fully dramatized with proper voice actors and includes an amazing sound design and music. Each podcast episode lasts around 30 minutes and will fright you no matter what time of day, it will scare the daylights out of you each time with their original plays Hear The Fear!! Want to know more about the writer. Follow…

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