13 episodes

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.

Shadows at the Door: The Podcast Shadows at the Door Publishing

    • Arts
    • 4.9, 100 Ratings

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.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
100 Ratings

100 Ratings

matthewgolden ,

One of the best

There’s a definite surfeit of “spooky story” podcasts, some serialized and others that are anthologies, but Shadows at the Door is the best one to scratch that “classy horror” itch, filling that M.R. James-shaped hole in my life with wonderfully written, acted, and produced audio drama adaptations that excite and elicit those unique “pleasing terrors.” I’d initially skipped the after-show breakdown discussion, warring that I was only here for the stories, after all, but that was a mistake I soon rectified, as the hosts are fun, warm, smart, and engaging. The only downside to this podcast is that there aren’t more installments to immediately devour.

Light worker 73 ,

Started listening.

I love stories like this. Especially when it’s dramatized.

Chesstiger139 ,

GREAT STORIES AND GREAT HOST

Not only are the stories great and SpOoKy; the host are really good also. I enjoy the after story banter between the presenters. Keep up the good work, I hope to hear more from you.

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