Alice Isn’t Dead
A truck driver, who’s initially unnamed, goes in quest of her spouse, the eponymous Alice, who he had lengthy assumed was lifeless. Alice Isn’t Dead is one lengthy, eerie street journey throughout America. The podcast sequence is written by Welcome to Night Vale co-creator Joseph Fink and voiced by Jasika Nicole (who performs Astrid Farnsworth within the sci-fi sequence Fringe). As it follows the audio diary format, we principally get to listen to only one character discuss. But Nicole’s very good voice performing and Fink’s writing retains you hooked. Some of those monologues get you contained in the character’s head.
Episode size: 25 minutes (on common). Available on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and extra.
Like Alice Isn’t Dead, this one additionally includes a lacking individual. In the seek for her pal Yumiko, Carly Parker stumbles upon a disturbing thriller. Initially regarded as some random web subculture, she finds that Rabbit is definitely a decades-old various actuality recreation that has moved to the digital area. The Game, because it’s referred to as within the sequence, could trigger its gamers to go insane and even die. If conspiracy theories excite you, undoubtedly verify this podcast out. Also, Neil Patrick Harris had really helpful this podcast three years in the past, calling it “addictive”.
Episode size: 50-plus minutes (on common). Available on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and extra.
Well, you might need chanced upon Lore, whereas in search of horror motion pictures to observe on Amazon Prime. Before it grew to become an American horror anthology sequence, it was an acclaimed podcast, narrated by Aaron Mahnke (who’s the narrator for the TV present as effectively). Unlike most horror podcasts, this one narrates spooky incidents or rituals — from historic and fashionable instances — that have been documented or reported. If you’re a fan of The Conjuring (not its horrible spinoffs), then, Lore could be like studying by means of the case recordsdata of the Warrens.
Episode size: 20 (on common). Available on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and extra.
The NoSleep Podcast
There’s a nosleep subreddit for individuals who like making up creepy tales or need to share their paranormal experiences — most of them written as first-person posts. It had an amazing campfire like impact and shortly crossed 1,000,000 followers (it has grown to over 13 million now). So, the redditors began a podcast. Some of the perfect tales on the subreddit are produced as single episodes. Since it’s not a sequence, you’ve got the freedom to simply play any episode.
Episode size: 30 (on common). Available on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and extra.
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