Drinking whiskey in the kitchen and telling scary stories around the fire. Music and mayhem, fearful fiction and furious fact, tall tales and terrible truths. A Scary Home Companion is a sinister variety show, featuring original stories and original music
Three thrilling and dark tales of Thanksgiving
Venom Runs Clear Blood Runs Black
A DRO killsquad ventures into an underground research facility, and meets a mad scientist's creation
The Ravenous One
Mary Anne Simpson follows the blood-spattered timeline of the world's most cursed painting.
Ghastly House of Horrors
In this haunted house, ghosts are the least of your worries
Halloween Stories for Weird Kids
Six quick and painful "fun-sized" tales of terror suitable for all ages
Devils Night Ride Along
After witnessing a double murder, a teen girl goes on a "ride along" with a madman
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A spooky delight!
This podcast is a fascinating exploration of all things spooky. These are deep dives into weird mythologies and I am all about it. Also, this podcast is incredibly addictive. Don’t think you’ll get away by just listening to one episode. You might as well click subscribe because there is no escape.
American horror at its best!
Two smoking barrels of Gothic Americana! A perfect podcast for lovers of Lovecraft and Gaiman. I cannot recommend this highly enough!
Confused and frustrated! How does the podcast keep getting even better?! Is there no limit to how good it can get? I hope not!!!
For anyone who may be a John Carpenter, Robert Rodriguez and Tarantino fan this podcast is a must! 6 gore covered ninja stars to the face!
A horror anthology that keeps you on your toes.
As you listen, you are taken to a place where seemingly random stories keep connecting, and names and characters become familiar. You end up rooting for some on either side of the story and want to share it with some of your closest (and darkest) friends so you can analyze together. Thank you Nate for creating this world...just weird enough to need to google things to make sure they aren’t actually true. Bravo.