A tomb of spooky, folklore, gothic horror, sci-fi, fantasy, weird fiction, cthulhu, horror podcast. Cool guests, and Free Audio Books.
We tell the stories of haunted places, ghost encounters, cryptid encounters, the paranormal, preternatural, and down right creepy happenings in this world. And have a few laughs while we’re at it! Join your hosts Adam & Matt in their discussions of these topics and email them your thoughts. We thank you for joining us in the GraveYard!
Grandma Tell Me A Scary Story
We discuss all things creepy and unsettling, from ghosts and cryptids to cults and conspiracy theories.
Welcome to a world where fairy tales do exist, and “once upon a time” is closer, darker, and more dangerous than you imagined. Welcome to the immersive new Parcast original series, Faerie. Available exclusively on Spotify, Faerie follows the investigation of Ryan Bailey—a young woman who saves a man’s life and is thrust into a secret world of mythological creatures called “faeries.” Join Ryan as she unearths more about their mysterious existence and the covert agency charged with protecting them.
Demon Creep Podcast
Enter the Demon Portal
Reading Creepypasta, nosleep, strange and true scary stories right here to your ears! Embark on a glorious adventure as I lull you to sleep with my voice!
Dear Murder Street
Meg and MK grew up on a street where evil and inexplicable things happened. Now these two sisters want to help other people with their own paranormal and true crime problems.
In 1971, John List murdered his wife, his mother, and his 3 children. He put their bodies in sleeping bags and left them in the ballroom. The gruesome scene wasn’t discovered until almost a month later and, at that point, List was long gone. He eluded justice for nearly two decades.
This is the inspiration for Dear Murder Street.
So we really did grow up on a street where something evil and inexplicable happened. And we really are sisters—sisters and best friends who never really grew up. We still love to play pretend and be scared. And now, we want you to play pretend and be scared with us.
Dear Murder Street is an interactive show that invites fans to create and voice characters with paranormal and true crime problems. We respond to pretend letters and voicemails, talking topics too chilling, too shameful, too bewildering for the average advice show. The stories are make believe but the fear and the fun are almost too real.
This is a podcast for the kid in all of us—and her creepy twin, too.
Write in. Call in. Come play with us….
Dead Eyes and Moonlit Skies
This first season will consist of a serialization of an original horror novel entitled The White Oak’s Widow.
It is 1848, and misery hangs on the country like a funeral shroud. When Patrick Hartley Murphy decides to rescue an abandoned infant he finds lying atop the Irish hill, the trials of post-famine Ireland become only one part of a problem that runs much deeper, as he finds himself and his family stalked by a Night Hag, an ages-old hatred that attaches itself to the Murphys like a curse.
Fifty years later, John and Mary Murphy travel across the ocean to a small mining community in West Virginia in the hopes of leaving the evil behind. There, they discover the cruelties within the malicious depths of the White Oak’s Widow, the coal mine that swallows lives as surely and as entirely as does the Hag. Yet, while men work and die in the deep underground, the Murphy family discovers that misfortune and indifference are not the only things that followed them from Ireland.
D.J. Swales Gotchic Horror Tales
Hello from London! I’m author D. J. Swales. I share the same name as Dracula’s first Whitby victim so a love of the macabre runs in my veins. This is where I narrate my own poetry, historical fiction, magical realism, dark fantasy, paranormal thrillers, and supernatural horror.
I also read classic and forgotten works by dead authors, including Lafcadio Hearn.
Cryptic is an audio drama. Cole and Julie Kurtz, a brother-sister team investigate cryptid sightings in their home state of Ohio. Oh, by the way, all of these legends are true!
Classic Horror Stories
Stories that have been around for more than fifty years designed to frighten…even if it’s just with the way they used to write.