Photo by Everett, 1930s.
It’s that time of the year again. A season for cozy sweaters, hot cocoa, flame-colored leaves, and—my favorite part—ghost stories.
Last year, I put together a list of 31 scary radio episodes. I’m grateful to those of you who enthusiastically shared it!
So, this October I’ve sifted through audio archives again and put together a totally new list: 31 more spooky radio episodes for you to enjoy.
In our seen-it-all era, it’s inspiring for me to discover that so many other people gravitate towards radio’s subtle, sophisticated storytelling.
Macabre masterworks of cinema often harness the power of the unseen. As Fritz Lang described the offscreen child murder in M (1931), “The violence is in your imagination… by not showing it, I force you as spectators to think about the most frightening thoughts you can imagine.”
Radio horror, by the very nature of the medium, possesses this…
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