Flickering lights… Clanging metal… A sudden, cold rush of air… Parcast Network’s all-new original series is here—and with it, the scariest, most hair-raising ghost stories ever imagined. Join host Alastair Murden as he reaches into the cob-webbed collection of ghost stories from all over the world and brings to life a new, heart-racing tale every Thursday.
Haunted Places: Ghost Stories is a Spotify Original from Parcast. It premieres October 1st, with new episodes every week. Listen free on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts!
The Wind in the Rose-Bush
In this American tale by Mary Wilkins Freeman, a teacher visits the home of her niece and begins to suspect that the girl's domineering stepmother is hiding a deadly secret.
The Phantom Coach Pt. 2
After leaving the home of a peculiar scientist, James Murray is accompanied by the scientist's servant to catch a mail coach that will take him home. As the two men travel through the snowy moors to meet the coach, they make a strange and sinister discovery.
The Phantom Coach Pt. 1
When a young man becomes lost in a blizzard during a hunting trip, he finds shelter in the home of a reclusive scientist whose supernatural beliefs make for unsettling conversation…
A Ghostly Wife
Based on an Indian folktale recorded by the Reverend Lal Behari Dey, this tale follows a husband whose domestically challenged bride turns into the perfect housewife... at a demonic cost.
The Specter Bridegroom
Inspired by writer Robert Hunt’s telling of a classic folktale, this is the story of a lovelorn woman who is taken on a terrifying horseback ride by a spectral vision of her long-lost beau.
A School Story
One of famous English horror writer M.R. James’ most classic tales, A School Story follows a teenage boy in boarding school as he slowly becomes aware of a dark presence that's stalking his Latin teacher.
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Great 6 stars !!!
Definitely worth a listen !
I listen to almost all the podcasts that Alastair stars, but this is my favorite of all! Keep up the great work!
Mr Murden has a singular voice and inflection, perfect for audio stories. Highly recommend. Content is deeply interesting. Love this podcast!