73 episodes

A narrative podcast on Philippine true crime and mystery stories. For episode references and more information about the show, please visit storiesafterdark.home.blog.

Stories After Dark Stories After Dark

    • True Crime
    • 4.9 • 229 Ratings

A narrative podcast on Philippine true crime and mystery stories. For episode references and more information about the show, please visit storiesafterdark.home.blog.

    The Vizconde Massacre (1991)

    The Vizconde Massacre (1991)

    The Vizconde massacre case was one of the true crime stories that defined the 1990s in the Philippines, leading to the trial of the century and spawning 3 movies years later. Several perpetrators were already sent to prison, yet the case is still unsolved to this day. Listener discretion is advised due to the graphic and sensitive nature of these stories. • Episode photos: instagram.com/p/CrXoVcvuZLm / References: storiesafterdark.home.blog / Facebook page: facebook.com/storiesafterdarkph / Twitter: twitter.com/afterdarkph / Send me a message: storiesafterdarkph@gmail.com

    • 30 min
    OFWs Sentenced to Death Abroad: Flor Contemplacion and Sarah Balabagan (1995)

    OFWs Sentenced to Death Abroad: Flor Contemplacion and Sarah Balabagan (1995)

    In 1995, two female overseas Filipino workers, Flor Contemplacion and Sarah Balabagan, were sentenced to death abroad for the crime of murder. Sarah managed to escape capital punishment but Flor, unfortunately, didn't. • Episode photos: instagram.com/p/CrXi6BBu8CU / References: storiesafterdark.home.blog / Facebook page: facebook.com/storiesafterdarkph / Twitter: twitter.com/afterdarkph / Support the show on Patreon: patreon.com/storiesafterdark / Share your feedback, case suggestions and personal stories: storiesafterdarkph@gmail.com

    • 16 min
    The Anting-Anting of Captain Von Tollig (A Sargent Kayme Short Story)

    The Anting-Anting of Captain Von Tollig (A Sargent Kayme Short Story)

    The "anting-anting" is a talisman, amulet or charm often heard of in Filipino folklore and mythology, in tales where the wearer is granted supernatural powers, like in "The Anting-Anting of Captain Von Tollig," a short story by Sargent Kayme. • Episode photos: instagram.com/p/Cp50COwhQPC / References: storiesafterdark.home.blog / Facebook page: facebook.com/storiesafterdarkph / Twitter: twitter.com/afterdarkph / Support the show on Patreon: patreon.com/storiesafterdark / Share your feedback, case suggestions and personal stories: storiesafterdarkph@gmail.com

    • 17 min
    Told at the Club (A Sargent Kayme Short Story)

    Told at the Club (A Sargent Kayme Short Story)

    The "anting-anting" is a talisman, amulet or charm often heard of in Filipino folklore and mythology, in tales where the wearer is granted supernatural powers, like in "Told at the Club," a short story by Sargent Kayme. • Episode photos: instagram.com/p/CpNYPKsvhGh / References: storiesafterdark.home.blog / Facebook page: facebook.com/storiesafterdarkph / Twitter: twitter.com/afterdarkph / Support the show on Patreon: patreon.com/storiesafterdark / Share your feedback, case suggestions and personal stories: storiesafterdarkph@gmail.com

    • 15 min
    The Murder of Elvira Manahan (1986)

    The Murder of Elvira Manahan (1986)

    In 1986, socialite, TV host and movie star Elvira Manahan was brutally murdered in her Forbes Park residence by a man rumored to be her lover. Listener discretion is advised due to the graphic and sensitive nature of these stories. • Episode photos: instagram.com/p/Co6MPMVv2n4 / References: storiesafterdark.home.blog / Facebook page: facebook.com/storiesafterdarkph / Twitter: twitter.com/afterdarkph / Support the show on Patreon: patreon.com/storiesafterdark / Share your feedback, case suggestions and personal stories: storiesafterdarkph@gmail.com

    • 18 min
    The House on Zapote Street, Part 2 (A Nick Joaquin Short Story with The Asian Madness Podcast)

    The House on Zapote Street, Part 2 (A Nick Joaquin Short Story with The Asian Madness Podcast)

    Award-winning Filipino writer and journalist Nick Joaquin published in 1961 a short story titled "The House on Zapote Street" which was based on a tragic true crime. Jessica, host of the true crime and mystery podcast The Asian Madness Podcast, lends her voice in this episode for the second of two parts of that story. • Episode photos: instagram.com/p/CnPh1hMPzpX / References: storiesafterdark.home.blog / Facebook page: facebook.com/storiesafterdarkph / Twitter: twitter.com/afterdarkph / Support the show on Patreon: patreon.com/storiesafterdark / Share your feedback, case suggestions and personal stories: storiesafterdarkph@gmail.com / The Asian Madness Podcast on Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/7bedUTS1LGjWMFu0HySMCa?si=2bbcead96cd44ea3

    • 17 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
229 Ratings

229 Ratings

grewsober ,

Awesome storytelling!

Great narration. More episodes please.

Aprillefoolsday ,

Where’s Paloma’s episode?

Bakit po nawala yun episode na ito? Salamat.

k•e•n a•d•a•m•s ,

Galing!!

Keep it up.

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