A podcast about the people of Wellesley, Massachusetts and the ghosts (and monsters) who haunt them.
Wiki Tag: family
We follow Tessa Dixon at a remote army base in Texas as she deals with the psychological and physical trauma of basic training.
When she finds a tape of her grandfather’s labeled ‘Ghost Tape’ and plays the haunting audio, she unknowingly unleashes a deadly manifestation of her own family’s horrible misdeeds.
This one’s based on a kernel of real history. The US actually did deploy a spooky recording as an attempted psi op in Vietnam. You can listen to it on Wikipedia.
Welcome, dear listener. You have stumbled upon a hidden vault filled with nightmarish visions. Original and classic horror adaptations to chill your bones, stop your heart, and tear at your very soul. Now, come close and sit by the fire. The rain outside is torrential and I doubt you would get far in the dark.
Let us pass the time with a story, for I have such a strange and ominous tale to tell…
Folxlore tells the stories of queer people living literally and figuratively between two worlds. In one sense, we try to live normal lives while the world tells us we are not normal. In another sense, our normal lives are interrupted by a very not-normal rift opening up between our world and another plane of existence filled with nightmarish horrors. This pilot series deals with themes of first romance, hate crime related trauma, and queer parenthood Folxlore is rooted in everyday Glasgow, where monsters are always on the edge of your periphery.
After everyone she’s ever known was killed in an alien invasion, Lynn Gellert might be the last person left on Earth. Her constant and only companion is the voice recorder she managed to salvage from her mother’s house. As symptoms of a strange illness seem to set in, Lynn comes to terms with her mortality, only to realize that she’s not sick, she’s pregnant. Lynn is not a survivalist, or even good at camping, but somehow she has to find what it takes to confront a dangerous and uncertain future.
Down Below the Reservoir
The Fallow Men are coming. Only men’s tears in milk will keep them at bay.
The thing growing in the bathtub is her only friend. Together, they’ll show the world.
Sexy hats and flashing blades, it’s Tuesday, oh it’s Tuesday, and it’s fine to bleed.
This is the Town.
And there is no God.
Love is impossible.
Twelve stories unfold as down below the reservoir, something stirs…
Down Below The Reservoir is the first Irish fiction podcast, adapted from the works of acclaimed horror maven Graham Tugwell (Everything Is Always Wrong) and voiced by award-winning writers Dave Rudden, Sarah Maria Griffin and Deirdre Sullivan. Published in twenty countries, through five continents, these stories unearth the very special misery of small-town Ireland, suspended between terror, hilarity and grief.
Here is the horror of it: In the Town, you are a child only as long as you’re allowed. Then something happens, makes you different, and you have to be an adult. You never get the choice. One day, you have to change. And the crowd watches, making sure it happens…
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!
Death, Dying, and Other Things
Death, Dying, and Other Things is a weird fiction podcast. On the first Thursday of every month, a new stories meant to scare, spook, and unsettle.
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….
Horror theater for your ears. Lovingly crafted chills by purveyors of stage horror from the Upper Midwest… and beyond.