Midnight Marinara is a monthly podcast/radio play that serializes Creepypasta stories into full-fledged audio dramas. Whether it's a well-known chiller or a deserving unknown that catches attention, we endeavor to present an entertaining spin on these tales of the macabre. Pour some of this on your Creepypasta come midnight!
Episode 67 - "Dead Line"
A Med student’s cruel fate is slowly unraveled through the phone calls and voice messages of those around her, revealing jealousies, insecurities, and perhaps murder…
Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Nate Morse, Marissa Yardley, Angi Viper, King Mob, David King and Gwendolyn Pinkerton.
Written by Kaela and David King, inspired by “The Body Snatcher” by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Opening and ending themes by John King.Mixed and edited by David King.
Midnight Snacks - "Attention GoodShop Customers"
Time to get up and get shopping!
Written by Slimbeast. Read the original here.Music by Kevin MacLeod.Mixed, edited and voiced by David King.
Episode 66 - "The Fall Board"
Mr. West expects a dedicated effort from his piano students. He wants them to strive for perfection, and there is no perfection without pain. Mr. West is very good at getting results, at least from those students who survive his courses with their fingers intact…
Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) David King, Allen Chaney, Eric Modyman, Audrey Weaver, Sam Kuczynski and Zoe Kuczynski.
Written by Allen Chaney and David King.
Additional piano music by Stephen Cisterna. Opening and ending themes by John King.Mixed and edited by David King.
Episode 65 - "La Llorona"
Hoping this next investigation will bolster their TV ratings, the Haunt Trackers travel to the ruins of a New Mexico pueblo to research a ghost story of the southwest, the infamous weeping woman said to have drowned her children and haunts the night, dragging the unwary to a watery grave…
Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) David King, Michael Malconian, Robin King, Kira Buckland, Abysmii, Matt Holley, Chelsea Caracoza, Carlos Moreno, Fabian Alonzo and Talia Cole.
Written by David King, with consulting from Jesse “Seid” Reyes, Carlos Moreno and Talia Cole.
Music by captaininsanity, Kevin MacLeod, Tamer Zeynioglu and the Latino Hits Orchestra. Ending theme by John King. Mixed and edited by David King.
Episode 64 - "The Seer of Possibilities"
Jack's computer has a virus, or at least that's what he thinks when a mysterious voice from the machine begins telling him that, should he follow some small, simple directions, his life will improve. These tasks have repercussions, of course, but they'll always happen to others...
Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Michael Malconian, Jesse Ornelas, Talia Cole, Marissa Yardley, King Mob, Eric Modyman, David King and Audrey Weaver.
Based on the story by Thomas O. Check out his collection of the same name here.
Music by captaininsanity and Kevin MacLeod. Mixed and edited by David King.
Episode 63 - "Lure"
The crew of the advanced research submersible Dagon may endure close quarters, bland rations and long spans of doldrums on a regular basis, but for the vessel’s engineer, something different and unsettling has been happening. His nights are restless, and something seems to be calling to him from the depths of the sea…
Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Abysmii, Papreeka, Atticus Jackson, Marissa Yardley and Katie Patterson.
Written by Abysmii.
Music by Abysmii. Ending theme by John King.Mixed and edited by David King.
Best podcast I have ever listened to. Pls make more!!!
Thank you all for making this podcast the tastiest midnight snack hehe. This podcast is done so well, it’s so easy to get lost in the stories. Plus it has no add breaks thank God. Keep it add free and I’ll be a listener and supporter for time immemorial.
100/10! Wonderfully chilling!
This show is so amazing! It reminds me of those Alvin Schwartz Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark books, but even more alive! The voice actors are great, the stories creep you out in all the right ways, and it never has that cheap, bottled jumpscare everyone expects. They’re so amazingly written, I can’t even begin to talk about how great they are! And, of course, David King is the greatest host to have for this show, being a master in all things spooky. I just love this podcast so much and would recommend it, hands down, to anyone who likes horror, be it a little creepy or terrifyingly scary.