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.

adarkertale.com

Ain’t No Such Thing- Original Southern Horror Stories

Do you like a good scary story? ​Us, too! You’re gonna feel right at home with us here at Ain’t No Such Thing, our horror podcast. Each week, we explore the ghosts, haunts, monsters, and more urban & rural legends from across the world and across cultures, and we tell our own, original horror stories based on those legends! Our stories are narrated in Southern style by illustrator and comic artist Amanda Rachels and are accompanied by episodes including commentary and analysis by Amanda, host Jessica Hinds, and writer Kevin LaPorte.

www.stitcher.com/show/aint-no-such-thing

3AM

You’re in the woods with your best friends, the campfire is roaring, and you’re telling scary stories. If that’s your thing, then this podcast is for you.

We tell first and second hand stories in a non-dramatized setting. 3AM is the telling of supernatural occurrences and exploration of the unknown hosted by Charles Hatch, DeeJay Pasikala, & Sean Gassaway.

the3ampodcast.com

Notes:

Two podcasts with very similar names started about the same time. This is the horror one, but if you arrived here via Google, you might be looking for The 3am Podcast.