From Shadows at the Door Publishing comes a chilling new podcast, bringing to life a collection of macabre tales and spirited debate. Drawing on the haunted landscapes of classic folk horror, the podcast lifts the veil on some of your favourite ghost stories, and presents new fables throughout a series of macabre audio dramas. Shadows at the Door: The Podcast artfully showcases the unsettling, the unearthly, and the uncanny, with new tellings of beloved ghost stories, and spectral yarns created exclusively for the podcast by some of the most exciting writers in modern horror. Join presenter Mark Nixon and voice actor David Ault as they bring you ghoulish dramatisations, and discuss what makes the ghost story such a powerful, enduring force in cultures around the world.
A Ghost Story For Christmas
Join David Ault by the fire as he reads a short ghost story for Christmas.
A Drunk Halloween Ghost Story
While the miniseries and the third season are in production, we bring you a drunk halloween ghost story AKA The Cursed Episode.
Bonus - Spooky Exams
Mark & David delve into the terrifying world of British English Literature exams to test each other's knowledge on their Drunk Specials.
The Miniseries Trailer
We are proud to present the trailer for our highly anticipated miniseries - an adaptation of Oscar Wilde's masterpiece: The Picture of Dorian Gray. Coming this summer.
Introducing The Grey Rooms
While we are deep in production of our third season (and bonus content), we introduce our listeners to The Grey Rooms, the show Syfy.com calls, “Tales from the Crypt meets Quantum Leap”.
S2E12 - Quem Infra Nos
To celebrate achieving funding for a third season of Shadows at the Door, David Ault reads Mark Nixon's acclaimed short story 'Quem Infra Nos'. After the story join Mark and David for a discussion of the tale and the reveal of what comes next for the podcast.
Amazing and Amazing
The stories are fantastic, but the post-story banteris just as delicious. Being a "jump to recipe" kind of gal, I was pleasantly delighted to find myself looking forward to both the story performances as well as the chit-chat that follows. I have learned so much from Mark and David in the last week (it's very hard not to binge this show) -- M.R. James, Professor Elemental, and, oh, the Netflix recommendations! Thank you. Excited for Season 3, and, thank you, again.
Great ghost stories, and great discussions
This podcast is fabulous. The original stories are extremely well written and the adaptations are very well done. The commentary at the end is just as much fun.
In The Cut
Thoroughly enjoyed the podcast. I initially heard an episode from The Grey Rooms and I was surprised to here a familiar voice, David Ault. I gave it a chance and have not been let down. Big fan of the drunk ghost stories, favorite being Macbeth. Give it a try and you won’t be disappointed.