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Creepy TRUE stories of paranormal phenomena of all types. Ghost stories, UFO, cryptids and more! This feed reflects the last 90 days of content, Jim Harold's Campfire has been in production since 2009 with over 390 episodes. True ghost stories, hauntings, life after death stories and more. Hosted by Jim Harold.

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    • 4.8, 2.8K Ratings

Creepy TRUE stories of paranormal phenomena of all types. Ghost stories, UFO, cryptids and more! This feed reflects the last 90 days of content, Jim Harold's Campfire has been in production since 2009 with over 390 episodes. True ghost stories, hauntings, life after death stories and more. Hosted by Jim Harold.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
2.8K Ratings
2.8K Ratings
h4ckrabbit ,

Best Format

You can’t beat Jim Harold’s format for this show. It dunks on everyone in terms of quality and sheer volume. You get listener stories and lots of them. On a paranormal podcast that’s ALL you need. Hearing the people’s voices is incredible and so much better than a scripted story with corny back tracks.

Weston5 ,

An Excellent Podcast

This is a really excellent podcast. I love listening to the spooky and sometimes touching paranormal stories. Jim is so kind to each of the callers and I find myself looking forward to the release of this podcast each week.

mmmshanrio ,

if you enjoy advertisements, this is for you

As long as you're standing in front of your computer in order to skip through advertisements every ten minutes, you might enjoy this podcast. It's a bit heavy on the religous undertones, especially when it comes to stories about deceased loved ones. (edit: oh BOY if you want a great, laughable example of this, listen to the "spiritual warfare" portion of episode 392. I honestly can't stop laughing. dont even know what to say. omg )

He also gives every caller an endless pass on reasonable doubt, so many stories just leave you going, "wait, for real?? you honestly believed this one??" On Jim's part, I do wish there were less "uh-huh," "right!", "exactly!" and fake laughs. You're left feeling like he has to incorporate every single caller story simply because of a lack of better stories with more substance.

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