Alright /X/-Philes! Post your favorite horror radio shows, podcast episodes, and creepypasta readings! Individual episodes or videos are preferred; quality creeps a must! Will start:
RIP in peace, Mr. Lee.
OP can you give a description of what the last five links are? I work long hours in a lab, this is relevant to my interests.
This guys voice is amazing.
They're all episodes from the 'Knifepoint Horror' podcast, written by Soren Narnia. I'll give you the author's descriptions:
1) 'Landmark': Somewhere near your house it stands, one of those decaying places that people always whisper about as they pass by. For every day you age, it seems to age three. But it may well live beyond you, silently daring you each night at dusk to enter, coldly confident you'll always be too afraid.
2) 'Bargain': It seemed like such a simple deal, but it felt wrong from the very beginning--and led to a glimpse of a horror which, for those with even a little experience peering into the shadows, need not be named.
3) 'Staircase': A comfortable suburban existence begins to fracture with a single sound. You may have heard it sometime yourself, but those who have surely possess no need for ghost stories like these to haunt them.
4) 'Legend': A tale made specifically for the campfire--a simple tale of the woods, long-buried secrets, and letting chances to escape terror slip agonizingly away.
5) 'Sisters': The secluded castle, once rumored to harbor evil, had been redeemed by the influence of piety and innocence until something came through the forest to return it to true darkness.
There are torrents for shit loads of Art Bell from over the years, listened to several hundred hours of that at work lol. Its been pretty good. Currently working my way through an audio version of the Billy Meier contact notes which has been really good also.
Mindwebs is a radio show from the 80s, mostly sci-fi, but a lot of the stories are borderline horror. Great narration, great music, great stories.
Nightfall is pretty similar, but more dramatized and more creepy.
Thanks, based anon!