I listen to a lot of podcasts. When your commute to work takes over an hour each way you need something to take the edge off. They can also help when you're lying in bed unable to sleep but the sheer number of podcasts available can be bewildering and makes it difficult to know where to start.
The podcasts I'll be featuring on this page will mainly be horror or fantasy based (I listen to plenty of comedy ones too but they doesn't really fit well with the Morbitorium website) and are a mix of drama/story and factual recordings. The descriptions will be kept intentionally short because I don't want to give too much away before you start listening. Part of the beauty of this form of storytelling is going in blind and finding out where the story takes you. I've included links to each individual website and from there you'll be able to subscribe in your favourite podcast app.
Believe in Bigfoot? Think it’s total BS? Host Laura Krantz spent a year in the woods and in the lab, trying to answer that question. What she found might surprise even the staunchest non-believer.
The creator of the hit podcast (and TV show) LORE has created a new podcast delivered in small bite-sized episodes. Twice a week, Aaron tells us two short tales of the unbelievable and the bizarre. Think of an audio version of Ripley's Believe It Or Not .
The Black Tapes Podcast is a serialised docudrama about one journalist's search for truth, her enigmatic subject's mysterious past, and the literal and figurative ghosts that haunt them both. Do you believe?
A collection of the most famous and disturbing creepypastas and urban legends in the world. Listener discretion is advised.
The NoSleep Podcast is a multi-award winning anthology series of original horror stories, with rich atmospheric music to enhance the frightening tales.
Do ghosts exist? If not, why do we see them? In each episode of the Haunted podcast Danny Robins looks at a real life ghost story in forensic detail trying to work out what really happened, with the help of experts, sceptics and the people who witnessed something they just can't explain.
Not long after its founding, something strange happened in the small town of Limetown, Tennessee. Local police departments were getting confusing calls, mentioning violence and a an unending noise. Authorities were not allowed inside when they arrived, and the next day, everyone was gone.