Creepy stories with full audio production written by Black writers and performed by Black actors. So scary it’ll make you want to leave your night light on.
311: One Hand in the Coffin Part Two by Justin C. Key
This week, the conclusion of our creepy puppet story from last week.
Audio production by Davis Walden. Narration by Carl Stewart.
Episode transcript available on the NIGHTLIGHT website.
310: One Hand in the Coffin by Justin C. Key
Everyone knows puppets and dolls are creepy, and this tale shows us what happens when a vengeful ghost finds a new home in one. This story is a little longer than our usual fare, so this week we’ll feature Part 1 and next Friday we’ll release Part 2.
Narration by Carl Stewart.
Audio production by Tonia Ransom.
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Transcript available on the NIGHTLIGHT website.
309: The Foreclosure by Marc Abbott
This week's story explores what it means when something is too good to be true.
Audio production by Evan Shelton.
Narration by Matt Peters.
An episode transcript is available on the NIGHTLIGHT website.
308: Interview with Tananarive Due
This week, we interview author of "Last Stop on Route Nine" and Executive Producer of Horror Noire, Tananarive Due.
Links mentioned in the interview:
Devil in America by Kai Ashante Wilson
Danger Word Short Film
Sunken Place Class
Searching for Sycorax
Horror Noire by Robin Means Coleman
Audio production by Tara Woolfolk.
307: Last Stop on Route Nine by Tananarive Due
This week we have a story bestselling author and screenwriter, Tananarive Due. This tale of taking a wrong turn into another world is reminiscent of The Twilight Zone. Beware mysterious midday fog and isolated country houses.
Narrated by Tonia Ransom. Audio production by Tonia Ransom. Music composition by Brandon Boone.
A full episode transcript is available on the NIGHTLIGHT website.
306: Pink Lake by Steven Van Patten
This week we have a Lovecraftian story to fill you to the gills with fear. Steven Van Patten imagines a beautiful lake with a dark secret beneath its waves.
Narration provided by Carl Stewart. Audio production by Davis Walden.
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A full transcript of this episode is available on the NIGHTLIGHT website.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Wow this podcast is the best podcast ever in many ways. 1.featured on SPOTIFY
2. Black people write the stories and 3. All and all a good story presentation!!!!
I’ve only heard two stories but both were really good. Basque of the Red Death was hauntingly beautiful and I loved the interview at the end.
Tangled Earbuds 58
Love this podcast. I love Horror and loving Black voices in this genre. Tananarive Due is my favorite. I love Brandon Massey also. I just ordered Sycorax’s Daughter Anthology of Black women horror writers. RIP L.A. Banks.