Three perfectly creepy podcasts for Halloween

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Dark podcasts for Halloween-time

The nights are getting longer and the veil between our world and the other side grows thin. It’s the perfect time for sharing tales of the unknown, and to get in the mood I’ve been listening to some podcasts that are perfect for exploring the dark, unknown corners of our imaginations.


This weekly podcast is a cool collection of firsthand accounts, told by those involved in their personal paranormal experiences — from family curses to unexplained sounds on pitch-black border patrols.

Knifepoint Horror

In this series, Soren Narnia spins haunting stories of suspense with a supernatural air. Each episode is recorded in a single voice, sounding more like a confession than a storyteller. I’ve only listened to a few episodes so far, but each one gripped me from the start and left me speechless ‘til the end.


I’ve been a dutiful follower of Aaron Mahnke’s compendium of tales that focus on superstitions, dark obsessions, folklore and things that go bump in the night. Humans have long crafted stories to explain what we don’t understand — many of our darkest tales of horror are rooted in truth. Every time a new episode drops, I can’t wait to listen to Aaron’s careful, steady narration.

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