The Grey Rooms Podcast is a horror anthology set within a serial audio drama, where the main protagonist experiences death through the eyes of another person. Everyone dies at the end on this show, folks. It's scary stuff. And with over 700,000 downloads, the show continues to deliver on its promise since day one; 5-star quality scares in an immersive audio environment. Join us in Season 3 which began on November 27th, 2020.
Season 3 of the Grey Rooms features a man named Mr. Beckett. He arrives at a strange, sprawling manor house as the sun sets beyond the horizon. Within the walls of the Manor, Beckett finds that he's a figure of some importance, welcomed by the mysterious Management that owns the grounds. When he enters a room, however, he finds that he experiences the last moments of another person's life just before they die a horrific death. He awakens again and again on the grounds of the Manor, forced to live death after death... never able to save himself from the agony and terror of their end.
The Grey Rooms Podcast is brought to you by the following souls:
Jason Wilson - Creator, Executive Producer, Host, Audio Engineering, Sound Design, Actor
JM Scherf - Musical Composition, Performance
Michael Zenke - Season Narrative, Writer, Editor
Graham Rowat - Associate Producer, Social Media, Actor
Cassie Pertiet - Episode Artwork, Web Design, Creative Direction
Brooks Bigley - Social Media, Patreon, Animation, Show Notes
Hail Scherf - Videography Director
A Grey Rooms Production ℗ 2020
S3E14 - Personal Best
The earth at his feet, the wind at his back, the elation at besting his personal record; it was supposed to be a good day. A typical jog through the city turns into a nightmare as reality bends and twists into a macabre obstacle course...
Behind the Door: The Prey
In this episode we are interviewing with CM Peters, the romantic author who shows us "The Prey" just wants to be loved despite all odds.
S3E13 - The Prey
He just moved to a new place and wants to make friends. His neighbor seems promising, but so does the woman at the local bar...
Behind the Door: It's Still There
In this episode we are interviewing with Lachlan Watt, the audacious author who claims that "It's Still There" and discloses the right kind of crayons for drawing portals...
S3E12 - It's Still There
They visited a place from their past, somewhere they should have avoided. And they brought something back with them...
Behind the Door: Last Train
In this episode we are interviewing with Mark Towse, the ambitious author who shows us how important it is to get on the "Last Train" before the night really gets bad. Don't trust the children...
Customer ReviewsSee All
I’m actually speechless
Dude. I have no words for this podcast. I really can’t describe the insanity of this story. I. Love. It. Also, quick warning to new listeners, the portrayal of mental illness, depression in particular, is very explicit and really hit home for me. EDIT: hey editors, WHY?!? WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO RAYMOND??!!!!?? *proceeds to have seizure)
Could be perfect with a few changes
I love the story, love the format, love the actors. Listened to the whole series in a week. However the sound is kinda off. Characters voices are totally different volumes. whenever there’s a beeping, booping, or repetitive noise it’s always very loud and goes on for some time.
Good solid podcast.
I ran into this podcast during the end of their 2nd season and I was hooked. I have since caught up and now I can’t wait till the next show drops! Only down side to catching up with a great show’s back log is the waiting for new shows!
Keep up the great work.