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The unseen creature whose ravenous fangs dog your every step as your footfalls echo down the midnight alleyway.

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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.

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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 darkest fears. We're unique in our simplicity, bringing pure tales of terror to your ears audiobook-style – unadulterated and unadorned.

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Coming UpGood Evening: 00:00:42Jason J. McCuiston’s The Swamp Devil as read by Martin Reyto: 00:10:07Pleasant Dreams: 00:52:49Pertinent LinksLove what you hear? Support us on Patreon!Jason J. McCuiston @ FacebookJason J. McCuiston @ TwitterMartin Reyto @ Librivox
Coming UpGood Evening: 00:00:42O.D. Hegre's Immersion Art as read by Nick Shaner: 00:09:17Chris Barnham's Ravello Steps as read by Matt Dovey: 00:21:00Pleasant Dreams: 00:44:11Pertinent LinksSupport Us on Patreon!Chris BarnhamChris Barnham @ TwitterMatt Dovey Matt Dovey @ Twitter Matt Dovey @ Facebook
Coming UpGood Evening: 00:00:42Jeremy Szal's What the Darkness Asks in Return as read by Dan Rabarts: 00:08:00Robin Braid's The Hill, as read by JK Shepler: 00:16:37Pleasant Dreams: 00:49:53Pertinent LinksLove what you hear? Support us on Patreon!Jeremy SzalJeremy Szal @ GoodReadsJeremy Szal @ FacebookJeremy Szal @ TwitterRobin Braid @ TwitterJK Shepler
Coming UpGood Evening: 00:00:42Dana Hammer’s A Love Story as read by Michelle Kane: 00:07:44Zach Chapman’s Rick and the Green Gunslinger as read by Dan Gurzynski: 00:20:46Pleasant Dreams: 00:54:28Pertinent LinksLove what you hear? Support us on Patreon!Dana HammerZach Chapman – The SpellslingerZach Chapman @ TwitterDan Gurzynski @ Librivox
Coming UpGood Evening: 00:00:42Gordon B. White’s We Eat Dirt and Sleep and Wait as read by Emily Strand: 00:07:24Arthur Machen’s The Great God Pan (Part 4) as read by Drew Sebesteny: 00:35:35Pleasant Dreams: 01:10:28Pertinent LinksLove what you hear? Support us on Patreon!Gordon B. WhiteGordon B. White @ FacebookGordon B. White @ TwitterEmily StrandEmily Strand @ TwitterDrew Sebesteny
Coming UpGood Evening: 00:00:42Penny Tailsup’s Eavesdropper as read by Andy Ochoa: 00:08:57Arthur Machen’s The Great God Pan (Part 3) as read by Drew Sebesteny: 00:25:56Pleasant Dreams: 01:01:14Pertinent LinksLove what you hear? Support us on Patreon!Penny TailsupPenny Tailsup @ YouTubePenny Tailsup @ TwitterPenny Tailsup @ FacebookPenny Tailsup @ PatreonPenny Tailsup – Monstronomicon Andy Ochoa @ FacebookAndy Ochoa @ InstagramDrew Sebesteny
Coming UpGood Evening: 00:00:42Mike Thorn’s @GorgoYama2013 as read by Spencer DiSparti: 00:07:42Arthur Machen’s The Great God Pan (Part 2) as read by Drew Sebesteny: 00:34:58Pleasant Dreams: 01:12:04Pertinent LinksLove what you hear? Support us on Patreon!Mike ThornMike Thorn @ TwitterSpencer DiSparti @ SoundCloudDrew Sebesteny
Coming UpGood Evening: 00:00:42Paul Crenshaw’s We Were Not Burned at the Stake as read by Josie Babin: 00:09:36Arthur Machen’s The Great God Pan (Part 1) as read by Drew Sebesteny: 00:31:48Pleasant Dreams: 01:13:03Pertinent LinksLove what you hear? Support us on Patreon!Paul Crenshaw @ TwitterDrew Sebesteny
Coming UpGood Evening: 00:00:42Rick Kennett and Bryce Stevens’s Rookwood as read by The Tale Teller: 00:09:15Pleasant Dreams: 01:06:46Pertinent LinksLove what you hear? Support us on Patreon!Bryce Stevens – Lovecraftian AnthologiesRick KennettRick Kennett’s “In Quinn’s Paddock” @ AmazonThe Tale Teller | Stories Fables Ghostly TalesThe Tale Teller | Stories Fables Ghostly Tales @ SoundCloud
Coming UpGood Evening: 00:00:42Christa Carmen’s The Rest Will Be in Pieces as read by Heather Thomas: 00:06:34Pleasant Dreams: 01:06:42Pertinent LinksLove what you hear? Support us on Patreon!Christa Carmen
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Comments (33)

Kristina Van Vorst

what song is played for the intro? it's awesome!

May 22nd
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Cheryl Jones

Love Tales To Terrify. Narration is always excellent.

Apr 22nd
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Michelle S

Loved this story. Ruth's narration is excellent too. <3

Apr 16th
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Michelle S

I adore this story. I love how this messed up world exists because of the blinding desire to be "successful". Martin has a very interesting voice and his delivery is dry and delightful. <3

Apr 16th
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Mohd. Abdus Salam

great story

Mar 27th
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DogDoc713

Two sublimely satisfying stories this week. Additionally, having been born and bred in B'ham, I savored your short salute to Sloss with a smile 🤓💕

Feb 24th
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Michael Hite

two of the best stories I have heard!

Feb 22nd
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Becca Hudson

I enjoy the podcast but HATE that shrill theme music. I have to mute it. Really spoils the whole thing. Super annoying, and not fitting.

Feb 1st
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Dave Baildon

new narrators please, these voices are hard to handle

Dec 19th
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Dave Baildon

holy 10 minute introduction, keep it short please

Dec 19th
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Dave Baildon

need a skip intro button.... just sayin

Dec 7th
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Dave Baildon

less talk more story please

Nov 27th
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Justin Mitchell

the lack of emotion in these first couple episodes kills me. its so monotone that it becomes boring. probably won't listen to ep 3. 😵

Nov 13th
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Vaansh Dhirwani

going good!

Nov 12th
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Stan

10 minutes in and... deleted! Try Lore instead

Oct 11th
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Occult Owl

Stan Lore is awesome and sword and scale

Jan 11th
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Michael Hite

wasted the first 46 minutes but faith was restored by Waggoner....

Sep 23rd
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Michael Hite

I've have stummbled upon brothers and sisters here... kindred spirits ....

Sep 20th
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Esteban Pedemonte

classic, but Kafka was actually Czech, not German

Sep 12th
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Kunal Mathela

Somehow got up to 14 minutes. I tried very hard but I just cannot tolerate this one any longer. The slight singsongy thing that the narrator does really gets on my nerves and the story just doesn't capture my imagination. I hope this is not a reflection of the entire series. 🤞🏻

Aug 29th
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Crys Janko

343, I want to listen, but it sounds very in and out no matter what I'm listening on.

Aug 26th
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