“The Magnus Archives has only been out a week or so and I'm already hooked! The stories really do creep you out, and the Archivist has a fantastic voice for this sort of story telling. The sound throughout is atmospheric, and you get swept along in the telling. I'm already looking forward to the next episode, and can't recommend it highly enough. It's a masterclass in podcasting, and sounds incredibly high budget. Sounds like something you might hear on the BBC.”Read full review »
BotinWench via Apple Podcasts ·
“I'm really enjoying this podcast. It's creepy,atmospheric and the narrator has one of those voices you can listen to for hours. Great storytelling. I can't wait to see where this is going. I've noticed I'm listening to more podcasts than I am watching TV programmes which shows...”Read full review »
Dooleysleftlegs via Apple Podcasts ·
Great Britain ·
“Excellent production quality. Great narration. Spooky, well written stories. Stand alone episodes but a subtle arc connecting some of the stories. Really everything I could have hoped for and more, if you like the No Sleep Podcast but want something a little more refined in the storytelling...”Read full review »
megshearer via Apple Podcasts ·
United States of America ·
“Excellent writing and genuinely creepy delivery makes this one of the best horror podcasts I've heard in a long time. Mixing up all the best of your favourite scary universes (including a spot of MR James which fills me with joy) with its own unique twist I really recommend this to anyone...”Read full review »
cheemak via Apple Podcasts ·
Great Britain ·
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