Thursday, October 16, 2014

Midnight Cassette - 12 - "The Thing That Stalks the Fields" by Anonymous



The final episode of Midnight Cassette Season 01 presents you with an excellent reading by Nick Molina. We follow a disturbed farmer in his attempt to figure out exactly what is tormenting him in this strange story.

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Thursday, October 9, 2014

Midnight Cassette - 11 - "The Theatre" by Anonymous



Tonight, we dive into the creepy land of haunted games. We explore a dark, 3D textured world of horror and the strange.

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Thursday, October 2, 2014

Midnight Cassette - 10 - "Prey" by John R.



Have you ever noticed your footsteps echo when you walk down an empty alley? This captivating story puts that idea in a whole other light: one that will haunt you for the rest of your ling nights. Listen closely as JimFear138 tells us the story

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Thursday, September 11, 2014

Midnight Cassette - 09 - "The Music of Erich Zann" by H. P. Lovecraft



In this classic Lovecraft tale, a strange viol player has a deep dark secret in the heart of an odd little town. Midnight Cassette presents its first classic H. P. Lovecraft story for all to hear.

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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Midnight Cassette - 08 - "Self Preservation" by BananaCorn



In this tale, we explore the horror of mass infection. In a classic story of kill to survive, what horrors will our protagonist experience?

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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Midnight Cassette - 07 - "Seven Steps to Success" by NorthofNorthofNorth



This episode of Midnight Cassette, we discuss seven important steps to satisfy your taste for vengeance. Join us with our narrator JC Kehias, as we look into the life of an odd little man with an odd little plan.

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Thursday, July 3, 2014

Midnight Cassette - 06 - "The Strangest Security Tape I've Ever Seen" By PowerHawkMash



...In this chilling tale, we experience mind-bending horror to the max. Just be careful, because you never know what might happen when you meet Jeremy. You need to know this because in this chilling tale, we experience mind-bending horror to the max. Just be careful, because you never know what might happen when you meet Jeremy. You need to know this because...
 

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Thursday, June 26, 2014

Midnight Cassette - 05 - "The Judge's House" By Bram Stoker



"The Judge's House" is a short, gothic horror story. This story was brilliantly written to produce a growing sense of dread that many horror fans desire. Crumbling old mansions, rats, and superstitions fill this story of pure terror.
 


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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Midnight Cassette - 04 - "The Top Seven Most Gruesome Disney Park Deaths" By DimensionBucket

This week, we present you with a list of the most disturbing deaths that have occurred at Disney Parks. We hope to prove that death is inescapable, and no one is completely safe anywhere.
 

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Friday, June 13, 2014

Midnight Cassette - 03 - "Security Cameras" by DJ Crisman



On this rainy Thursday night, we present you with a short, sweet taste of terror. Who is that pacing behind you? No one knows. Just keep to your warm cup of tea, andsoft blankets. Sweet dreams. It's going to be a long night.

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Midnight Cassette - 02 - "Inside the Ceiling" by Anton Scheller



This weeks episode, we present you with a story written by Anton Scheller, who is known for his excellent reddit stories. This week's narrator is the one and only Mr. CreepyPasta, whose voice and acting brings the tale to life. Just remember one thing: be mindful of the people around you, and remember that things are not always as they seem. Sweet dreams. It's going to be a long night.

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Midnight Cassette - 01 - "The Spider" By by Haans Heinz Ewers



"The Spider" is a short story first published 1915. It tells the tale of a man's search for the truth behind a series of suicides, and has been called "one of the best horror stories ever written" by many. H. P. Lovecraft himself noted the story down as one of his inspirations, and "The Spider" continues to scare people today long after its creation. This story is best consumed at night, under a warm blanket with a cup of coco. Sweet dreams. It's going to be a long night.

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