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Nighty Night with Rabia Chaudry

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Nighty Night is an anthology series where famed attorney, author, and podcaster Rabia Chaudry delivers bone-chilling bedtime stories that will be sure to keep you wide awake all night. These creepy tales will be a mix of both original content and lesser known classics delivered with a modern spin.
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This week we conclude F. Marion Crawford's classic tale of a haunting at sea... Nighty Night is sponsored by Progressive! Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
This week we revisit Rabia's deepest nightmares, the deep dark ocean, in part one of perhaps F. Marion Crawford's most famous horror story... Check out our great sponsors! Aura: Get a 14 day trial PLUS a check of your data ALL FOR FREE at Aura.com/trust Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
REWIND: Rot

REWIND: Rot

2024-05-2843:07

Tonight's tale is about a woman who was born with what many would consider a gift. She has an incredible sense of smell. But, as you'll quickly learn, what might be one woman's treasure... is another woman's putrid, rotting trash. Please enjoy, ROT. Original Airdate: 9/7/21 Check out our great sponsors! Aura: Get a 14 day trial PLUS a check of your data ALL FOR FREE at Aura.com/trust  Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
Metzengerstein

Metzengerstein

2024-05-2130:15

This week we revisit the master of horror, Edgar Allen Poe, in a chilling tale about blood feuds... Nighty Nighty is sponsored by Progressive! Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
A Holy Terror

A Holy Terror

2024-05-1440:35

This week Rabia leads us through Ambrose Bierce's suspenseful climb to terror... met with multiple plot twists... Nighty Nighty is sponsored by Progressive! Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
The Trial For Murder

The Trial For Murder

2024-05-0736:03

This week, we encounter Charles Dickens' tale of true justice from beyond the grave in one of the first ghost stories to be widely published... Nighty Nighty is sponsored by Progressive! Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
Christopher Came Back

Christopher Came Back

2024-04-3039:41

This week, Rabia shares one of her favorites in the E.F. Benson's haunting tale that leaves us guessing who the real victim is... Nighty Nighty is sponsored by Progressive! Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
The Man and the Snake

The Man and the Snake

2024-04-2323:13

In this week's tale we revisit a story by Ambrose Bierce where the protagonist learns the hard way that there's nothing to fear but fear itself... Nighty Nighty is sponsored by Progressive! Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
Each Man Kills

Each Man Kills

2024-04-1645:56

In this week's episode, we visit Victoria Glad's bone-chilling tale of when love and blood lust intersect... Nighty Nighty is sponsored by Progressive! Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive. 
This week we return to H.P. Lovecraft's The Lurking Fear as it continues to spiral into crescendos of terror until reaching a final horrifying conclusion... Nighty Nighty is sponsored by Progressive! Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
In this week's episode, H.P. Lovecraft leads us into a story full of cosmic horror, human degeneration, and the terror of the unknown... Nighty Nighty is sponsored by Progressive! Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
In this 1973 short work from Ursula K. L Guin, we are forced to consider our own morality and the choices we make in order to enjoy our day to day lives...
Cool Air

Cool Air

2024-03-1932:02

This week, Rabia narrates H.P. Lovecraft's widely influential story about how to reach immortality and at what cost... Nighty Nighty is sponsored by Progressive! Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
The Devil in a Nunnery

The Devil in a Nunnery

2024-03-1233:58

Published in 1914, this tale from Francis Oscar Mann poses the question of the wickedness of natural human desire and whether the devil realy resides in us all... Nighty Nighty is sponsored by Progressive! Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
This week, we encounter Edith Nesbit's tragic tale of a love so true, that even death cannot tear the couple apart... Nighty Nighty is sponsored by Progressive! Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
This week, Rabia plunges into the suspenseful world of H.P. Lovecraft and the tainted ancestry of the Jermyn family... Nighty Nighty is sponsored by Progressive! Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
The Coffin Merchant

The Coffin Merchant

2024-02-2023:49

This week, Rabia reads the Richard Middleton tale about a man who is given a note informing him that he will soon be in need of a coffin... Factor: Head to FactorMeals.com/nighty50 and use code "nighty50" to get 50% off! Progressive: Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
The Power of Darkness

The Power of Darkness

2024-02-1337:17

This week, Rabia narrates Edith Nesbit's 1905 tale of how "dark" secrets can come back to haunt us... Nighty Night is sponsored by Progressive Insurance. Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
MS Found In a Bottle

MS Found In a Bottle

2024-02-0632:17

Written by Edgar Allan Poe in 1833, the story follows our narrator at sea in the midst of a series of harrowing events... Nighty Night is sponsored by Progressive Insurance. Quote today at Progressive.com to try the Name Your Price® tool for yourself, and join the over 28 million drivers who trust Progressive.
This week, Rabia reads Mary Elizabeth Braddon's classic gothic tale about how the shadows that haunt us, whether real or imagined, often have real life consequences...
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Comments (65)

Kristina Van Vorst

I'm not trying to be petty, but isn't Rabia Chaudry a lawyer? what's up with the mispronounced words?

May 4th
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Nina Brown

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Feb 5th
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Cris

I love this podcast. thank you.

Nov 10th
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An interested party

soooooo glad you're back 🖤

Nov 2nd
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Sheri Lynn

Words of wisdom...

Sep 17th
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Sharon Wanjiru

where did you go?😔😔

Sep 14th
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Nathaniel Bostrom

absolutely wonderful, you were born for this. best podcast story's ever!!!

Oct 12th
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mia blu

If you pay attention she clearly states these interviews are just for the "off season". They will resume the stories in the fall. The world would be a better place if more people concerned themselves with attention to detail.

Aug 18th
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Boog

Maybe you should change the name of your podcast since it isn’t stories anymore. It’s clearly now a true crime podcast, and it’s not even a good one. I downloaded it for the stories and liked them. I also enjoy true crime but don’t even like this podcast for the true crime. Other ones are much better. I will be unsubscribing to this podcast. And no, I would not recommend.

Aug 16th
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Darcy Jennings

More True crime really? stick to the Fomat 👍

Jun 14th
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Darcy Jennings

I do love this podcast besides the sometimes really inconvenient ads for Spooky stories with great quality sound but don't come here for more true crime Sorry x 😆

May 31st
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roxicodone

I love this series and, thus far, this one is my favorite. Creepy and the tension built beautifully.

May 18th
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chyvona bennett

does anyone else feel that way????

May 16th
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chyvona bennett

I'm so sad, don't get me wrong I love true. live an breath. but....I have true crime pod casts. I start listening her show for what it was. I believe if she is gonna do that, she should at least still give ustjat every other week. meaning should do a show every week.

May 16th
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Andrew Evan

Hot girl with tummy issues? what are issues?

May 5th
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Liam Turner

Gutted that this pod is fast becoming a bit of a man hating platform. whoever is writing these stories might want to tone it down a bit before they lose the biggest demographic of listeners.

Mar 22nd
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Cris Lopez

I love this pod! Great story telling 👍

Mar 9th
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an interested party

what a goooooood story!

Dec 15th
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nme

'Cancelation Day' is eerily believable, down to the company exec's offering both sides money...my God.

Dec 1st
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Brad Horton

Nothing turns me off of a podcast faster than feminist bullshit. Girls are taught that others' happiness is more important than their own? That they're not allowed to stand up for themselves? I don't know what 1940s alternate fantasy land she's from, but that sure isn't the world I grew up in. I liked the first few stories (even though the one about the all-white gated community was a bit on the nose), but this is where I step off.

Nov 17th
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