Turn off the lights, get into bed and plug in your earphones. It’s time for a creepy bedtime story. For the discerning horror fan, we cover the most chilling cases from around the world. From the paranormal to the supernatural, unsolved mysteries and strange deaths to cryptids, conspiracy theories and the most disturbing of true crimes, all told in a unique and creepy way. Join us every week for a new scary story
This podcast is also an illustrated YouTube thing.
Apocalypse Songs follows a local radio station reporter Amy Louise Chen investigating the tapes of Clara Wilson, an obscure 1960s musician whose cryptic lyrics seem to have predicted the future. Amy joins forces with Clara’s great-nephew Josh to investigate the mystery of Clara’s “Apocalypse Songs”
Radio broadcaster and parapsychologist Dr. Malcolm Ryder helps callers with their supernatural problems. He also delves into the dark and strange history of America. Callers are haunted by mysterious black doors, see ancient beings in their paisley wallpaper, have terrifying creatures appear in their cars on dark and lonely roads.
In the history segment of our show, Ryder tells of the pyramid made of flesh in Palta, Arizona that appeared one morning, of how the Mississippi River is a sleeping leviathan, and of the last known sighting of the dark dealmaker – The Traveling Salesman.
A Scary Home Companion is a horror podcast like no other.
Bold, visionary horror stories of every stripe and genre, from kid-friendly Bedtime Stories to bloody, nihilistic nightmare fuel. Every episode or story stands on its own merits, and yet when you look at them all collectively you start to see the patterns.
This is one universe. Not every story connects, not all characters cross paths, but everything that happens impacts the world…. a world of blood cults, serial killers, haunted prisons, shadowy government agencies, transdimensional demons, and a damned island on the edge of Hell’s vast black ocean.
Short stories, with long-term storytelling. Slow burns that smolder for seasons, connections and callbacks you’ll never see coming.