We discuss all things creepy and unsettling, from ghosts and cryptids to cults and conspiracy theories.
Wiki Tag: mysteries
A Darker Tale
A Darker Tale is a horror podcast that releases stories every one or two months. The (short) stories are written by me, Jelle Havermans, and have a clear premise. Most of them have a single protagonist that has to confront his fear. I love seemingly haunted places, abandoned structures and true crime. Therefore, most of my stories are centred around human beings stalked in isolated places, because for me, the supernatural is always less frightening than the darkest corners of the human mind and the terrible things a deranged human being is capable of.
My inspiration comes from the occult, popular media (especially film), psychology and religious symbols. Writers that inspire me are Soren Narnia from the Knifepoint Horror Podcast, Stephen King, Thomas Olde Heuvelt and Mary Shelley. The artwork on the homepage is made by me as well. I frequently work with voice actors Peter Yearsley and Shelby Scott from the Scare You To Sleep podcast.
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…
Dead Letter Office of Somewhere, Ohio
A horror-comedy fiction podcast set within one of the last remaining Dead Letter Offices in the country. Join the office as they archive strange, spooky, surreal pieces of lost mail.
Campfire Radio Theater
Campfire Radio Theater has been cooking up its own unique formula of nightmare fuel since 2011, utilizing a full cast of first rate voice talent combined with cinematic sound design. This award-winning anthology of horror continues to provide sonic chills that harken back to a bygone era of radio while wrapped in a thoroughly contemporary package that is as dynamic as a modern film soundtrack. Each episode is a full stereo production and quality earbuds are recommended.
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.
When reporter Peter Sommers returns to his grandparents’ farm in the wake of their death, he uncovers a horrifying mystery that challenges everything he knows about his family, his sanity and reality itself.
Alice Isn’t Dead
A truck driver searches across America for the wife she had long assumed was dead. In the course of her search, she will encounter not-quite-human serial murderers, towns literally lost in time, and a conspiracy that goes way beyond one missing woman.
It all started when Riley was institutionalized after suffering a psychotic episode, after being treated she was moved to Amber Ridge. There she meets Ryan and Eli, also patients at Amber Ridge. Together, the three of them stumble upon the dark secrets of the institution where they reside.
1. A tree of the Salix genus found in North America near the North-East coast. Its roots are reputed to feed on the pain of the local land, and it bears fruits with supernatural properties. Achewillows do not exist and are purely fictional.
2. A small town on the border between the Canadian province of Quebec and the US state of Vermont.
3. A storytelling podcast