Screw your Doors, lock your windows, and get ready for some of the scariest, scariest, and terrifying podcasts out there. There’s no better way to get into the Halloween spirit (sorry for the pun) than listening to a horror story. That’s why we picked a range of podcasts, from audio dramas to reports of paranormal activity in real life, to send a few chills down your spine.

Created in the style of an old-fashioned radio play, Fireside Mystery Theater has put together a cast of stellar actors to create seriously boneless audio. Recorded once a month in New York in front of a live studio audience, The live score accompaniment makes the mysterious atmosphere threatening.

👻 Episode Pick: Just a Quiet Girl

Our episode pick is a twisted take on The little mermaid:: Just a quiet girl. It starts with a horrific boating accident and continues, following the story of a surviving jazz pianist and turning into a hell of a scary tale set at sea. Listen to who or what is the mysterious presence that suddenly appears in his life …

The listener’s nerves are immediately nervous Victoria’s elevatorThe eerie opening piano music and the creepy children’s laughter of the main character Victoria. The podcast itself is hard to describe, but it’s kind of a Twilight Zone set radio play that guarantees you won’t want to take the elevator up.

👻 Episode selection: What are jelly babies?

Now for season four, listen to the podcast’s first Halloween special for a taste of what the series is about. What are jelly babies?? Focuses on a destructive creature that invades ‘The Building’ and destroys everything in its path, but will anyone be able to help poor Victoria?

Do you love watching old horror movies? Why not try an exciting vintage radio play? Old Time Radio Mystery, Suspense & Horror? The podcast format is as follows: A brief introduction to a classic piece from the golden era of radio, which is then played in full, followed by a brief review from host Dakoda Black.

👻 Episode selection: Hanson’s spirit

Originally broadcast during World War II (the rerun even includes the original ads), Hanson’s spirit is a piece from the hugely popular series: The Hermit’s Cave. The result is a good old-fashioned ghost story in which things are not at all what they seem when the play’s protagonist visits her Uncle Hanson after her father’s death.

Host Lucas Strough, who focuses on the East Texas region, firmly believes there is something extraordinary about his home state. Any sequence of The nowhere shipping watches creepy and mysterious stories from the Texas area.

👻 Episode selection: Strange Medicine – Folk Magic in East Texas and the South

Folk magic and medicine are still very much alive and real in Texas today. Discover the strange history of the tradition in the south, some legends about these mysterious practices and how it is still used subsequently. Strange medicine.

In his podcast, speaker Darren Marlar tells stories about the paranormal, supernatural and unexplained in a unique way Strange darkness. The episodes are published seven days a week and last between 30 and 90 minutes. The problem with you is that you have too many choices among the terrible stories!

👻 Episode selection: Phantoms behind the wheel

We have chosen Phantoms behind the wheel Choose as our sequel – ask questions like: Can cars become spectral anomalies? Is it possible that the human soul has weight? What Really Happened at Roswell? So make sure you are comfortable for a little over 1 hour journey into the unknown.

Jason, Dave, Joe and Oscar from The Supernatural Resource Study Podcast Every two weeks you risk your life for your hearing terror. This is the only podcast where hosts visit haunted, bewitched and strange places to learn the truth.

👻 Episode selection: Lake Vostok Monster and Dyatlov Pass Incident

in the this episodeThe group will travel to Lake Vostok to study Antarctica’s terrible cryptarctic known as “Organism 46-B”, followed by a visit to the Urals to discuss the terrifying incident at Dyatlov Pass.

Do you want more?

However, if these podcasts aren’t enough to quench your thirst for horror, take a look at our curated list for even more podcast suggestions.

And remember, listeners, these podcasts aren’t just for Halloween, there are creepy content produced all year round for your listening horror.