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The unseen creature whose ravenous fangs dog your every step as your footfalls echo down the midnight alleyway. — A long, icy shadow looming over you, making the hairs on your neck rise and your breath turn to ragged puffs of mist. — Unearthly howls that pierce the night, pulling you from the comfort of sleep with feverish, heart-pounding dread. — Welcome to Tales to Terrify, a weekly horror fiction podcast that gets under your skin, lays eggs and hatches writhing baby horrors nursed on your ...
 
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Discuss on Forums ‘The Man Who Was Saved’ was first published in Weird Tales, May 1926 ‘Only I escaped.’ The man whom they had found adrift in the dory hung his head. ‘The others—’ the listeners bent nearer to catch his throatily whispered words—‘the others—it got them—that monstrous, curved thing!’ His eyes rolled back, showing bloodshot whites; h…
 
Discuss on Forums ‘The Man Who Was Saved’ was first published in Weird Tales, May 1926 ‘Only I escaped.’ The man whom they had found adrift in the dory hung his head. ‘The others—’ the listeners bent nearer to catch his throatily whispered words—‘the others—it got them—that monstrous, curved thing!’ His eyes rolled back, showing bloodshot whites; h…
 
Welcome to Episode 521. For fiction, we have four tales for you: about a lonely girl who finds a friend, something that creeps on a cold winter’s night, an unexpected warm day, and why you shouldn’t mistake a caged tiger for a tame one. COMING UP Good Evening: Looking Ahead, Submissions, Contest: 00:01:06 Emil Čolić’s Put Into Pieces as read by Mic…
 
Welcome to Episode 520. This week we have three tales for you, about a secret family legacy, twins who go for the ride of their lives, and the invisible line between myth and truth. COMING UP Good Evening: 10 years of Tales to Terrify: 00:01:06 Emily Henry Burnham’s Deep Roots as read by Austin Stern: 00:04:17 Ash Caballero’s Feuerhund as read by J…
 
Author : E.F. Benson Narrator : Marc Burrows Host : Scott Campbell Audio Producers : Chelsea Davis and Shawn Garrett Discuss on Forums “And No Bird Sings” was first published in the magazine Woman, December 1926. “Birdsong & Elemental Slug” soundbed by Shawn M. Garrett, dedicated to Adi Newton & The Anti-Group (TAGC) The red chimneys of the house f…
 
Author : E.F. Benson Narrator : Marc Burrows Host : Scott Campbell Audio Producers : Chelsea Davis and Shawn Garrett Discuss on Forums “And No Bird Sings” was first published in the magazine Woman, December 1926. “Birdsong & Elemental Slug” soundbed by Shawn M. Garrett, dedicated to Adi Newton & The Anti-Group (TAGC) The red chimneys of the house f…
 
Author : D. H. Lawrence Narrator : Alasdair Stuart Host : Kat Day Audio Producer : Chelsea Davis Discuss on Forums “The Rocking-Horse Winner” was first published in Harper’s Bazaar, July 1926. There was a woman who was beautiful, who started with all the advantages, yet she had no luck. She married for love, and the love turned to dust. She had bon…
 
Author : D. H. Lawrence Narrator : Alasdair Stuart Host : Kat Day Audio Producer : Chelsea Davis Discuss on Forums “The Rocking-Horse Winner” was first published in Harper’s Bazaar, July 1926. There was a woman who was beautiful, who started with all the advantages, yet she had no luck. She married for love, and the love turned to dust. She had bon…
 
Welcome to Episode 519. This week’s guest host is Andrew Gibson, who has three tales for you, about a manifesto to hate, a precocious young hero, and the search for the origin of a planet’s curse. COMING UP Good Evening: Guest Host Andrew Gibson: 00:01:06 B.W. Carter’s Testament as read by Andrew Gibson: 00:04:21 Alpheus Williams’ The Boy Who Never…
 
Welcome to Episode 518. Happy New Year’s Eve! We have a familiar guest host this week! For fiction, we have three tales. A woodcutter receives some otherworldly help (as long as he’s honest), a little boy gives up his place in the afterlife, and a monstrous visit to Grandmother’s house. COMING UP Good Evening from Guest Host, Seth Williams: 00:01:0…
 
Authors : Eric J. Guignard, Can Wiggins, Hailey Piper and Anthony Oliveira Narrators : Victoria Winnick, Kitty Sarkozy, Brian Lieberman and Dave Robison Host : Scott Campbell Audio Producer : Marty Perrett Discuss on Forums “Feast for Small Pieces” was originally published in The Bronzeville Bee in 2019 and reprinted in the collection Unfortunate E…
 
Authors : Eric J. Guignard, Can Wiggins, Hailey Piper and Anthony Oliveira Narrators : Victoria Winnick, Kitty Sarkozy, Brian Lieberman and Dave Robison Host : Scott Campbell Audio Producer : Marty Perrett Discuss on Forums “Feast for Small Pieces” was originally published in The Bronzeville Bee in 2019 and reprinted in the collection Unfortunate E…
 
Welcome to Episode 517. The holidays are here. Hope you have a horrific one! For fiction, we have three tales. Mom’s on the ceiling… again, a lost boy is found, and the promise of immortality that lies in the eyes of a young woman. COMING UP Good Evening: Horrific Holidays and Thank You: 00:01:06 Warren Benedetto’s Something's Wrong with Mom as rea…
 
Author : Orrin Grey Narrator : Nicola Burke Host : Alasdair Stuart Audio Producer : Marty Perrett Artist : Kitty Sarkozy Discuss on Forums PseudoPod 790: The Humbug is a PseudoPod original. Joshua caught it in a glass jar with holes poked in the lid. He came running up to the cabin with it, shouting, “I found a bug! I found a bug!” “There aren’t an…
 
Author : Jamie Grimes Narrator : Devante Johnson Host : Tonia Ransom Audio Producers : Marty Perrett and Jen Zink Discuss on Forums “I Will Not Walk in Darkness” originally appeared in the anthology Georgia Gothic and “High Water Slack” was first published by the IGNYTE Award Winning publication NightLight The song in “I Will Not Walk in Darkness” …
 
Author : Jamie Grimes Narrator : Devante Johnson Host : Tonia Ransom Audio Producers : Marty Perrett and Jen Zink Discuss on Forums “I Will Not Walk in Darkness” originally appeared in the anthology Georgia Gothic and “High Water Slack” was first published by the IGNYTE Award Winning publication NightLight The song in “I Will Not Walk in Darkness” …
 
This week, a double-feature gothic story from Jamie Grimes with special hosts from Pseudopod – Alex and Kat. A transcript is available on the NIGHTLIGHT website. Narrated by Devante Johnson. Produced by Jen Zink. Executive Producer and Host: Tonia Ransom ***** All episodes are brought to you by the NIGHTLIGHT Legion. Join us on Patreon for as littl…
 
Welcome to Episode 516. We have two tales for you, about a painful lesson in subservience and a prisoner’s desperate bid to be reunited with her son. COMING UP Good Evening: Submissions and Thank-yous: 00:01:06 Erik McHatton’s It Creeps in the Corners as read by Spencer DiSparti: 00:05:01 Alex Laurel Lanz’s The Only Way Out is Through as read by Ma…
 
Author : A.C. Wise Narrator : Alethea Kontis Host : Alasdair Stuart Audio Producer : Marty Perrett Discuss on Forums “The Stories We Tell About Ghosts” was originally published in Looming Low: Volume I and reprinted this year in A.C. Wise’s new collection, The Ghost Sequences. Growing up in Dieu-le-Sauveur, my friends and I told stories about ghost…
 
Author : A.C. Wise Narrator : Alethea Kontis Host : Alasdair Stuart Audio Producer : Marty Perrett Discuss on Forums “The Stories We Tell About Ghosts” was originally published in Looming Low: Volume I and reprinted this year in A.C. Wise’s new collection, The Ghost Sequences. Growing up in Dieu-le-Sauveur, my friends and I told stories about ghost…
 
Welcome to Episode 515. This week we have one tale for you that begs the question: in the face of tragedy, can good Samaritans always be trusted? COMING UP Good Evening: Submissions and Thank-yous: 00:01:06 Amanda Cecelia Lang’s The Clover Cafe as read by Sarah Mehra: 00:05:01 PERTINENT LINKS Support us on Patreon! Spread the darkness. Shop Tales t…
 
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