Needs some work.
Yes, this is a podcast meant to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end. It does a decent job of this, but the podcast needs some work. Volume levels between episodes need tweaking to ensure they are at the same level during the episodes and sometimes the entire podcast. The voice of the speaker is already low and monotonous, so the volume makes it difficult to hear. Background noises often become very annoying, as do the episode ending sound clips. High pitched squealing, buzzing noises and more do a good job of keeping you in the moment, but they go on for too long and disrupt the experience. Also, I REALLY do not want to hear a sound clip of a woman supposedly being stabbed repeatedly. There's a line between creepy and gore, and it was crossed there. Otherwise, the podcaster has an interesting idea to play with. While creepypasta isn't supposed to be true, each story has some elements which can make you wonder. The monotone voice, while difficult to hear, adds a level of finality that may not be there if read another way. With some work, the episodes could be much better. I must unsubscribe today though. But I wish the people who create this podcast the best of luck.Read full review »
lanfordw06 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/19/17
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I can’t get past the narrator’s voice. The stories I heard were ok but they need to get some else to read the stories. Plus their all less then 15 min long. Most are under 10 so I’m kinda like what’s the point
Lola21879 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/10/17
I love it.
Snaildogbeaver via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/15/17
This person does not have the first idea of how to tell a story. If you are looking for an excellent ghost story podcast, check out the Magnus Archives, which is excellently written and compellingly narrated.
NomeNemoN via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/24/17
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