Best Halloween Podcasts

30 Best Halloween Podcasts You Need to Listen

It is this time of the year again, when we on the one hand want to scare and impress others with our Halloween creations, but also, on the other hand, we want to be scared. Even though we have a Halloween movie list, and a Halloween episodes list, in this article, we will focus on the best Halloween podcasts you have to listen in 2021. Prepare to be scared this Halloween with some of the best podcasts out there.

This list will not only include our own recommendations. We have also asked others to submit their podcasts or to recommend us the best Halloween podcasts and we included them in this article. Let’s see what scares await us this season.

Best Halloween Podcasts

1. Creepy

Creepy, produced and narrated by Jon Grilz, takes fan-favorite “creepypasta” stories and delivers them in audio form. Creepypastas are user-generated, horror-related stories that circle the internet with the intent to scare readers. Every year for the past 4 years, Jon Grilz, creator and host of the Creepy podcast, has released 31 episodes in October–one for every day of the month—in a series called “31 Days of Horror”. This year will be no different. Each day, there will be a new story all leading up to an extra special 2.5 hour episode on Halloween. Jon Grilz is one of the most respected spooky voices in the industry.

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

2. Bleeders DIEgest

Original scary stories delivered as a fully immersive theatrical experience. From your speakers, straight into your psyche. Our tales are guaranteed to terrify the bravest of souls (even the dead ones). Curated and written by Trevor and Lauren Shand (Boo Crew Podcast). Krsy Fox (Filmmaker/Musician FRANK, I Live Alone, Knee High Fox) and Spider One (Powerman 5000). Select episodes will feature horror celebrities such as Bonnie Aarons (The Conjuring 2, The Nun), Adam Busch (Buffy The Vampire Slayer) as guest readers.

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

3. Old Gods of Appalachia

Old Gods of Appalachia is a horror-anthology podcast set in the shadows of an Alternate Appalachia, a place where digging too deep into the mines was just the first mistake. In the mountains of central Appalachia, blood runs as deep as these hollers and just as dark. Since before our kind knew these hills, hearts of unknowable hunger and madness have slumbered beneath them. These are the oldest mountains in the world. How dare we think we can break the skin of a god and dig out its heart without bringing forth blood and darkness? 

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

4. The White Vault

A horror fiction audio drama podcast that features languages and voices from around the globe. It often showcases the found footage format, accurate depictions of modern archaeology, and isolation horror, brought to life by a full cast and detailed soundscape.

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

5. Web Crawlers

Self-proclaimed comedians Ali Segel and Melissa Stetten discuss unsolved mysteries, creepy cults, paranormal experiences and everything in between. “They maintain a loose, upbeat dynamic as they fall down rabbit holes, which means listeners can comfortably dip their toes into the deeply unsettling and unexplained, but won’t walk away feeling, well, haunted.” (Vanity Fair, 2020) During October 2021, they’re doing spooky stories all month long.

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

6. Magnus Archives

A weekly horror fiction podcast examining what lurks in the archives of the Magnus Institute, an organization dedicated to researching the esoteric and the weird.

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

7. Wicked and Grim

This podcast features murders, mysteries, and laughter — featuring a husband and wife duo with an affinity for creepy stories. Wicked and Grim will take us through the world of devilish tales with the possibility of live and light hearted marital disputes. The hosts are doing an entire week dedicated to Halloween! From Oct 25th-31st, they will be releasing an episode each day that will be anything from paranormal, urban legends, or creepy true crime cases. Each episode that week will be around 30 minutes.

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

8. Relatos de la Noche (Spanish-language podcast, translating to “Tales of the Night”)

In the tradition of radio classics, this popular podcast tells the eerie stories, tales, and legends that inhabit the streets of Mexico and Latin America. Stories are narrated by Uriel Reyes (in Spanish). Example of episodes: “The vampire woman of Chapultepec“ (a popular neighborhood in México); “What is the most frightening thing you saw in your school?”  (Listener stories); “Paranormal experiences that happen in churches” (places); “Creepy stories shared in by Uber drivers” (not a sponsored episode); Halloween Special Compilation (over 1 hour).

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

9. They Walk Among America

The award-winning team that created ‘They Walk Among Us’, featuring true crime cases from the UK, now bring their unique and bone-chilling podcast across the pond to The United States. Dive deep into cases that hit close to the American heartland. With the criminals that walk alongside you…who live next door…or maybe, who sleep beside you… This is ‘They Walk Among America’ – a new, true-crime podcast covering tales of murder and mystery in the united states. ‘They Walk Among America’ is a law and crime podcast network production. 

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

10. SCP Archives

Secure. Contain. Protect. There are things that go bump in the night. Fantastic things. Horrible things. Redacted things. The SCP Foundation was built to keep humanity safe from a world of beings it doesn’t want to know exists. Things of wonder. Things of destruction. And these things have files. A LOT of files. From the Bloody Disgusting Podcast Network, this is “SCP Archives”.

Join the creators of “Creepy”, “Small Town Horror,” and “Lake Clarity” as they take you into the darkness and unlock some of the internet’s most amazing stories. SCP Archives is a weekly, full-cast production of the most popular stories from scp-wiki.com and the remarkable community that spawned them, some may scare you, some may make you laugh, some may make you question your place in this world, some may even make you [REDACTED]. But you’ll have to listen for yourself to find out!

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

11. Allegedly Astrology

AllegedlyAstrology is a comedy astrology podcast that combines true crime, celebrity gossip, and history with astrology. Each episode breaks down the astrological transits that have influenced some of the biggest events in culture. We cover the charts behind a variety of topics, but our more Halloween-themed episodes include the AmityvilleHorror, Salem Witch Trials, and an upcoming one on the  Slenderman Murders. Whether you’re a beginner learning astro basics or are a full-fledged astro nerd, you’ll be able to gain a new perspective on the planets’ roles in our daily lives and world events.

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Dana + Elyse + Sarah.

12. Spooky and Gay with Carver and Jay

Every episode they hilariously break down a horror classic through a queer lens.

This is the official logline: “Two friends chatting all things, horror, queerness, and whatever else crosses our minds. We have been getting together to watch and talk about horror movies for months and now you can join us. join us. Join Us! JOIN US!”

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by SJ.

13. The Library Fairy

Join the community of kids, parents, teachers and grandparents who love to listen to dynamic children’s stories from around the world in this weekly, free fantastical funcast! Immerse in the ancient art of storytelling accompanied by an array of instruments, sound effects, music and song. It’s fun and designed to engage children in stories, while boosting their cognitive, literacy and language skills.

On October 27, 2021, a Halloween story will be the star of the podcast entitled, “The Ghost With One Black Eye.”

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by The Library Fairy.

14. Gemini Home Entertainment

Gemini Home Entertainment (GHE) is a Web Video horror anthology series by Remy Abode. The videos are presented in the form of short guides, documentaries or adverts distributed by the (fictitious) Gemini Home Entertainment video company. They depict a world where things went wrong, although the exact details of which are unclear.

Check out the podcast.

15. Local 58

Local58 is a 2015 YouTube horror anthology web series created by web cartoonist and author Kris Straub, who is also known for creating the creepypasta Candle Cove. Currently hosted on the YouTube channel LOCAL58TV (which was previously named “LOCAL58TV – COMMUNITY TELEVISION”), each video in the series is presented as footage of a fictional public access television channel servicing Mason County, West Virginia, named Local 58 (or WCLV-TV), which is continually hijacked over a period of decades with a series of broadcasts of ominous and surreal videos.

Most of the videos end with a short, non-diegetic credits sequence that is uniquely created to match the style of each video. While the series does not appear to have a continuous plot, nearly every episode seems to include cryptic references to looking at the Moon or at the night sky, as well as references to a fictional organization known as the “Thought Research Initiative”, or TRI.

Check out the podcast.

16. The Monument Mythos

ALEXKANSAS is an American YouTube channel dedicated to uploading analog horror, known for its series THE MONUMENT MYTHOS.

The series is about an alternative universe in which various strange events occur around famous American monuments such as The Statue of Liberty or Mount Rushmore

Check out the podcast.

17. Analog Archives

Analog Archives is a Web Video Analog Horror anthology series created by Aidan Chick (the creator behind Eventide Media Center). The videos are presented as videotapes recovered from several different East Coast cities. Though there is no single narrative between all the tapes, tapes that come from the same place will connect with each other. Each one depicts something strange and unnerving happening in each city.

Check out the podcast.

18. Eventide Media Center

Eventide Media Center is ongoing analog horror series created by Aidan Chick. The series is currently non-canon. On November 5th on the Tempest Universe channel, the series was announced as Chick’s current analog horror series that was being worked on. Its first episode was released on February 15, 2020.

Check out the podcast.

19. NIGHTLIGHTS

Creepy stories with full audio production written by Black writers and performed by Black actors. So scary it’ll make you want to leave your night light on.

Check out the podcast.

20. Halloween Art and Travel

This podcast connects artists and collectors of Halloween art. You will experience the stories and inspirations behind some of the best Halloween art being created today. You’ll hear from dedicated collectors who capture their dream pieces. You will add to your Halloween travel bucket list as we explore Halloween-centric destinations.

Check out the podcast.

21. Halloween Unleashed

Formerly HMMAT THE PODCAST stood for (Horror Movies, Masks, And Toys) but with such an emphasis on the Halloween franchise and setting unbelievable numbers during the 8 weeks leading up to David Gordon Green’s Halloween 2018 reboot, we have decided to rebrand into a Halloween driven format. Get into the Halloween season by listening to this podcast.

Check out the podcast.

22. Halloweenies: A Freddy Krueger Podcast

Halloweenies is a monthly podcast for fans of all horror franchises. Each season, co-hosts McKenzie Gerber, Dan Caffrey, Justin Gerber, and Michael Roffman slice through an iconic series one movie at a time. They started in Haddonfield, Illinois with Halloween, and now they’re heading to Springwood, Ohio for A Nightmare on Elm Street. There will be tricks, there will be treats, and, yes, there will be blood.

Check out the podcast.

23. The Blood Buddies: Horror Podcast

Come join Brian and David every other Friday to discuss a horror movie based off of a theme from a roulette wheel!

Check out the podcast.

24. Dead Meat Podcast

The Dead Meat Podcast is your horror safe haven. Reviews, film history, and all things that make your skin crawl.

Check out the podcast.

25. HHN 365: A Halloween Horror Nights Podcast

Co-hosts, Duff and Mike, will cover news, reviews, and history of Halloween Horror Nights. Orlando based and focused, but will feature segments from HHN Hollywood, Japan, and Singapore.

Check out the podcast.

26. NEOZAZ Celebrates Halloween

Each year NEOZAZ.com celebrates Halloween with special series, special episodes of our regular series and special one offs. All these Halloween specials are now found here in one easy to access feed! Happy Halloween!

Check out the podcast.

27. The Catacombs of Halloween Horror Nights

The Catacombs of Halloween Horror Nights is a chronological infotainment series covering each year of Universal Studios Florida’s annual event “Halloween Horror Nights”. Starting with it’s debut in 1991, each episode focuses on a single year and will cover the details and highlights that year’s event leading in to our extensive coverage of Halloween Horror Nights 2020.

Check out the podcast.

28. ScareZone: Halloween Horror Nights Podcast

ScareZone is a Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights news, interview, history and commentary podcast. Hosted by fans and experts Logan Sekulow, Scott Garland (Scotty 2 Hotty) and Christopher Ripley, Bart Scott and a myriad of special guests.

Check out the podcast.

29. The Halloween Podcast

Hosted by Lyle Perez-Tinics (author, photographer, Halloween guy.) The Halloween Podcast celebrates Halloween 365 days a year with Halloween themed sitcom & movie reviews, nostalgic topics, Scary Stories, Old Time Radio and much more. The Halloween Podcast isn’t just a show about horror. There’s more to it. It’s a show about how we celebrated Halloween as a kid.

Check out the podcast.

30. Austin’s Annual Halloween Spook-tacular!

In 2003 Austin began collecting “Halloween Music,” and DJed an event that year for some friends to celebrate the season. In 2004, he brought this show to the radio for the first time. Since then, Halloween Programming has been an annual tradition on all of his shows, in some form or another, no matter where he’s broadcasting.

This feed includes the Halloween Programs hosted by Miss Rikki of Closet Radio, too.

Check out the podcast.

In case you would like to be included on our list of best Halloween podcasts, please contact us.


Best Halloween Podcasts

30 Best Halloween Podcasts You Need to Listen

It is this time of the year again, when we on the one hand want to scare and impress others with our Halloween creations, but also, on the other hand, we want to be scared. Even though we have a Halloween movie list, and a Halloween episodes list, in this article, we will focus on the best Halloween podcasts you have to listen in 2021. Prepare to be scared this Halloween with some of the best podcasts out there.

This list will not only include our own recommendations. We have also asked others to submit their podcasts or to recommend us the best Halloween podcasts and we included them in this article. Let’s see what scares await us this season.

Best Halloween Podcasts

1. Creepy

Creepy, produced and narrated by Jon Grilz, takes fan-favorite “creepypasta” stories and delivers them in audio form. Creepypastas are user-generated, horror-related stories that circle the internet with the intent to scare readers. Every year for the past 4 years, Jon Grilz, creator and host of the Creepy podcast, has released 31 episodes in October–one for every day of the month—in a series called “31 Days of Horror”. This year will be no different. Each day, there will be a new story all leading up to an extra special 2.5 hour episode on Halloween. Jon Grilz is one of the most respected spooky voices in the industry.

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

2. Bleeders DIEgest

Original scary stories delivered as a fully immersive theatrical experience. From your speakers, straight into your psyche. Our tales are guaranteed to terrify the bravest of souls (even the dead ones). Curated and written by Trevor and Lauren Shand (Boo Crew Podcast). Krsy Fox (Filmmaker/Musician FRANK, I Live Alone, Knee High Fox) and Spider One (Powerman 5000). Select episodes will feature horror celebrities such as Bonnie Aarons (The Conjuring 2, The Nun), Adam Busch (Buffy The Vampire Slayer) as guest readers.

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

3. Old Gods of Appalachia

Old Gods of Appalachia is a horror-anthology podcast set in the shadows of an Alternate Appalachia, a place where digging too deep into the mines was just the first mistake. In the mountains of central Appalachia, blood runs as deep as these hollers and just as dark. Since before our kind knew these hills, hearts of unknowable hunger and madness have slumbered beneath them. These are the oldest mountains in the world. How dare we think we can break the skin of a god and dig out its heart without bringing forth blood and darkness? 

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

4. The White Vault

A horror fiction audio drama podcast that features languages and voices from around the globe. It often showcases the found footage format, accurate depictions of modern archaeology, and isolation horror, brought to life by a full cast and detailed soundscape.

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

5. Web Crawlers

Self-proclaimed comedians Ali Segel and Melissa Stetten discuss unsolved mysteries, creepy cults, paranormal experiences and everything in between. “They maintain a loose, upbeat dynamic as they fall down rabbit holes, which means listeners can comfortably dip their toes into the deeply unsettling and unexplained, but won’t walk away feeling, well, haunted.” (Vanity Fair, 2020) During October 2021, they’re doing spooky stories all month long.

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

6. Magnus Archives

A weekly horror fiction podcast examining what lurks in the archives of the Magnus Institute, an organization dedicated to researching the esoteric and the weird.

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

7. Wicked and Grim

This podcast features murders, mysteries, and laughter — featuring a husband and wife duo with an affinity for creepy stories. Wicked and Grim will take us through the world of devilish tales with the possibility of live and light hearted marital disputes. The hosts are doing an entire week dedicated to Halloween! From Oct 25th-31st, they will be releasing an episode each day that will be anything from paranormal, urban legends, or creepy true crime cases. Each episode that week will be around 30 minutes.

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

8. Relatos de la Noche (Spanish-language podcast, translating to “Tales of the Night”)

In the tradition of radio classics, this popular podcast tells the eerie stories, tales, and legends that inhabit the streets of Mexico and Latin America. Stories are narrated by Uriel Reyes (in Spanish). Example of episodes: “The vampire woman of Chapultepec“ (a popular neighborhood in México); “What is the most frightening thing you saw in your school?”  (Listener stories); “Paranormal experiences that happen in churches” (places); “Creepy stories shared in by Uber drivers” (not a sponsored episode); Halloween Special Compilation (over 1 hour).

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

9. They Walk Among America

The award-winning team that created ‘They Walk Among Us’, featuring true crime cases from the UK, now bring their unique and bone-chilling podcast across the pond to The United States. Dive deep into cases that hit close to the American heartland. With the criminals that walk alongside you…who live next door…or maybe, who sleep beside you… This is ‘They Walk Among America’ – a new, true-crime podcast covering tales of murder and mystery in the united states. ‘They Walk Among America’ is a law and crime podcast network production. 

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

10. SCP Archives

Secure. Contain. Protect. There are things that go bump in the night. Fantastic things. Horrible things. Redacted things. The SCP Foundation was built to keep humanity safe from a world of beings it doesn’t want to know exists. Things of wonder. Things of destruction. And these things have files. A LOT of files. From the Bloody Disgusting Podcast Network, this is “SCP Archives”.

Join the creators of “Creepy”, “Small Town Horror,” and “Lake Clarity” as they take you into the darkness and unlock some of the internet’s most amazing stories. SCP Archives is a weekly, full-cast production of the most popular stories from scp-wiki.com and the remarkable community that spawned them, some may scare you, some may make you laugh, some may make you question your place in this world, some may even make you [REDACTED]. But you’ll have to listen for yourself to find out!

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Ryan Hatoum.

11. Allegedly Astrology

AllegedlyAstrology is a comedy astrology podcast that combines true crime, celebrity gossip, and history with astrology. Each episode breaks down the astrological transits that have influenced some of the biggest events in culture. We cover the charts behind a variety of topics, but our more Halloween-themed episodes include the AmityvilleHorror, Salem Witch Trials, and an upcoming one on the  Slenderman Murders. Whether you’re a beginner learning astro basics or are a full-fledged astro nerd, you’ll be able to gain a new perspective on the planets’ roles in our daily lives and world events.

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by Dana + Elyse + Sarah.

12. Spooky and Gay with Carver and Jay

Every episode they hilariously break down a horror classic through a queer lens.

This is the official logline: “Two friends chatting all things, horror, queerness, and whatever else crosses our minds. We have been getting together to watch and talk about horror movies for months and now you can join us. join us. Join Us! JOIN US!”

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by SJ.

13. The Library Fairy

Join the community of kids, parents, teachers and grandparents who love to listen to dynamic children’s stories from around the world in this weekly, free fantastical funcast! Immerse in the ancient art of storytelling accompanied by an array of instruments, sound effects, music and song. It’s fun and designed to engage children in stories, while boosting their cognitive, literacy and language skills.

On October 27, 2021, a Halloween story will be the star of the podcast entitled, “The Ghost With One Black Eye.”

Check out the podcast.

Recommended by The Library Fairy.

14. Gemini Home Entertainment

Gemini Home Entertainment (GHE) is a Web Video horror anthology series by Remy Abode. The videos are presented in the form of short guides, documentaries or adverts distributed by the (fictitious) Gemini Home Entertainment video company. They depict a world where things went wrong, although the exact details of which are unclear.

Check out the podcast.

15. Local 58

Local58 is a 2015 YouTube horror anthology web series created by web cartoonist and author Kris Straub, who is also known for creating the creepypasta Candle Cove. Currently hosted on the YouTube channel LOCAL58TV (which was previously named “LOCAL58TV – COMMUNITY TELEVISION”), each video in the series is presented as footage of a fictional public access television channel servicing Mason County, West Virginia, named Local 58 (or WCLV-TV), which is continually hijacked over a period of decades with a series of broadcasts of ominous and surreal videos.

Most of the videos end with a short, non-diegetic credits sequence that is uniquely created to match the style of each video. While the series does not appear to have a continuous plot, nearly every episode seems to include cryptic references to looking at the Moon or at the night sky, as well as references to a fictional organization known as the “Thought Research Initiative”, or TRI.

Check out the podcast.

16. The Monument Mythos

ALEXKANSAS is an American YouTube channel dedicated to uploading analog horror, known for its series THE MONUMENT MYTHOS.

The series is about an alternative universe in which various strange events occur around famous American monuments such as The Statue of Liberty or Mount Rushmore

Check out the podcast.

17. Analog Archives

Analog Archives is a Web Video Analog Horror anthology series created by Aidan Chick (the creator behind Eventide Media Center). The videos are presented as videotapes recovered from several different East Coast cities. Though there is no single narrative between all the tapes, tapes that come from the same place will connect with each other. Each one depicts something strange and unnerving happening in each city.

Check out the podcast.

18. Eventide Media Center

Eventide Media Center is ongoing analog horror series created by Aidan Chick. The series is currently non-canon. On November 5th on the Tempest Universe channel, the series was announced as Chick’s current analog horror series that was being worked on. Its first episode was released on February 15, 2020.

Check out the podcast.

19. NIGHTLIGHTS

Creepy stories with full audio production written by Black writers and performed by Black actors. So scary it’ll make you want to leave your night light on.

Check out the podcast.

20. Halloween Art and Travel

This podcast connects artists and collectors of Halloween art. You will experience the stories and inspirations behind some of the best Halloween art being created today. You’ll hear from dedicated collectors who capture their dream pieces. You will add to your Halloween travel bucket list as we explore Halloween-centric destinations.

Check out the podcast.

21. Halloween Unleashed

Formerly HMMAT THE PODCAST stood for (Horror Movies, Masks, And Toys) but with such an emphasis on the Halloween franchise and setting unbelievable numbers during the 8 weeks leading up to David Gordon Green’s Halloween 2018 reboot, we have decided to rebrand into a Halloween driven format. Get into the Halloween season by listening to this podcast.

Check out the podcast.

22. Halloweenies: A Freddy Krueger Podcast

Halloweenies is a monthly podcast for fans of all horror franchises. Each season, co-hosts McKenzie Gerber, Dan Caffrey, Justin Gerber, and Michael Roffman slice through an iconic series one movie at a time. They started in Haddonfield, Illinois with Halloween, and now they’re heading to Springwood, Ohio for A Nightmare on Elm Street. There will be tricks, there will be treats, and, yes, there will be blood.

Check out the podcast.

23. The Blood Buddies: Horror Podcast

Come join Brian and David every other Friday to discuss a horror movie based off of a theme from a roulette wheel!

Check out the podcast.

24. Dead Meat Podcast

The Dead Meat Podcast is your horror safe haven. Reviews, film history, and all things that make your skin crawl.

Check out the podcast.

25. HHN 365: A Halloween Horror Nights Podcast

Co-hosts, Duff and Mike, will cover news, reviews, and history of Halloween Horror Nights. Orlando based and focused, but will feature segments from HHN Hollywood, Japan, and Singapore.

Check out the podcast.

26. NEOZAZ Celebrates Halloween

Each year NEOZAZ.com celebrates Halloween with special series, special episodes of our regular series and special one offs. All these Halloween specials are now found here in one easy to access feed! Happy Halloween!

Check out the podcast.

27. The Catacombs of Halloween Horror Nights

The Catacombs of Halloween Horror Nights is a chronological infotainment series covering each year of Universal Studios Florida’s annual event “Halloween Horror Nights”. Starting with it’s debut in 1991, each episode focuses on a single year and will cover the details and highlights that year’s event leading in to our extensive coverage of Halloween Horror Nights 2020.

Check out the podcast.

28. ScareZone: Halloween Horror Nights Podcast

ScareZone is a Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights news, interview, history and commentary podcast. Hosted by fans and experts Logan Sekulow, Scott Garland (Scotty 2 Hotty) and Christopher Ripley, Bart Scott and a myriad of special guests.

Check out the podcast.

29. The Halloween Podcast

Hosted by Lyle Perez-Tinics (author, photographer, Halloween guy.) The Halloween Podcast celebrates Halloween 365 days a year with Halloween themed sitcom & movie reviews, nostalgic topics, Scary Stories, Old Time Radio and much more. The Halloween Podcast isn’t just a show about horror. There’s more to it. It’s a show about how we celebrated Halloween as a kid.

Check out the podcast.

30. Austin’s Annual Halloween Spook-tacular!

In 2003 Austin began collecting “Halloween Music,” and DJed an event that year for some friends to celebrate the season. In 2004, he brought this show to the radio for the first time. Since then, Halloween Programming has been an annual tradition on all of his shows, in some form or another, no matter where he’s broadcasting.

This feed includes the Halloween Programs hosted by Miss Rikki of Closet Radio, too.

Check out the podcast.

In case you would like to be included on our list of best Halloween podcasts, please contact us.

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