Many of us love to be scared. We're fascinated by our own fear. Whether it is through horror movies and books, or true crime documentaries, we seek it out. In the Scare Me Podcast, guests come on and talk about their own fears, and share paranormal experiences, or true accounts they have found to be particularly frightening. What are you afraid of, and why do you love it? I'm Albie Robles, and I want you to Scare Me.#scaremepod
Charles is a voice actor who is know around the web as Charles The Voice. His previous jobs have taken him all around the world. One in particular, has left him with some memories he'll never forget.
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Joshua Marsella is a Maine native. He lives with his wife, Aryn, and their two sons, Lucca and Lennon, in his hometown where he works as a stay-at-home dad. Thus far he has written two novellas, Scratches and Severed, his debut collection, Hunger For Death, several short stories in various anthologies, as well as contributing to the FrightVision middle grade horror series. He has no plans to stop writing and looks forward to keepin...
Join Phantom Detectives Joshua Chaires (Founder/Case Manager), Rick Warner (Lead Investigator/Tech Manager), and Melissa Ferrazzano (Psychic Medium) as they talk about the formation of Phantom Dectectives, and some of their more interesting case studies.
Actor Michael Vincent Berry talks about his love of horror, playing villains, and his own strange experiences.
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The filmmaker I mentioned is Penny Penny LeLeux. You can see her YouTube channel HERE.
The author is Sylvia Dickey Smith. Her book, The Painted Ladies, is available HERE.
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Mike Cardenas is the founder of Midnight Paranormal Society, a paranormal investigation team based in San Anotnio, TX. You can follow Mike and MPS on their social media.
He writes horror fiction, non-fiction about fear and the macabre...and he’s an ordained Reverend.
In one of our most fascinating episodes, peter talks about why a fascination with horror can be healthy thing.
You can check out his website HERE.
Chaz is a paranormal investigator who takes a “holistic and biocentric approach, combining the research of psychonauts and paranormal Investigators for the very first time in a modern and western tradition”.
Listen in as he talks about traveling to South America to research for his book, and what he experienced.
Chaz’s website is here.
Fort Stanton is one of the most haunted places in America. Between that, the Lincoln County War, and a violent history, New Mexico just might be the most interesting place to be a paranormal investigator.
Can a person be haunted? Explore this idea as Kelly Anderson talks about the experiences that follow her no matter where she goes.
605 Paranormal Society is a paranormal investigation team based in South Dakota. Jonathon Shanden, Logan, Joshua, and Parker share the story about how the team was formed. Afterwards they share the story about an investigation that made them have to stop for some time.
All links to their social media can be found on their LinkTree, HERE.
He's a paranormal investigator and storm chaser who works throughout all of Texas. Listen in as John talks about why he does what he does.
Author J.D. Wheeldon (Incubus, The Bleak Woods) talks about his work, and some of the stories and events that led to his love of horror.
Miranda Frick Harrell (Host of That Spooky Life) talks about the experiences that drew her to the paranormal. She also tells us about one of the scariest experiences she's heard about, as well as the scariest she's encountered on her own.
Here is her podcast (along with links to Spotify, Apple, and all available platforms)
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Award winning filmmaker and novelist Owen Egerton (director of Mercy Black, Follow, and Blood Fest), talks about his career and his love of horror.
He's my favorite member of the Losers' Club! Brandon Crane is the original Ben Hanscom in Stephen King's It (1990).
Come hang out as he talks about fear, horror, and his time on the set of the iconic mini-series, and even recalls a few spooky memories of his own!
Matt Metcalfe-Armstrong is an archaeologist who lives and works in Central California. He is an avid collector of ghost stories, and presents both stories and his analysis on the podcast, Ghosthropology.
We also played a trailer to a new podcast called Deadly Debbie's Creepy Files. Available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
This is what the news should sound like. The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. Hosted by Michael Barbaro. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m.
If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
It’s a lighthearted nightmare in here, weirdos! Morbid is a true crime, creepy history and all things spooky podcast hosted by an autopsy technician and a hairstylist. Join us for a heavy dose of research with a dash of comedy thrown in for flavor.
If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.