Last October I listed 12 of my favorite Halloween/horror audio shows, but here’s 5 more that I’ve discovered since. You can find all of my Halloween media recommendations– plus more horror fun– here.
- Two patients in a mental asylum become part of a deranged experiment in this Dimension X radio play from the 1950s.
- In the Peoria Plague, a radio broadcast describes a zombie-like outbreak in a factual War of the Worlds-style radio play (here’s a 1968 remake of Welles’ classic as a bonus) from an Arizona station in the 1970s.
- Adventure into the Himalayas to hunt the abominable snowman in this 1953 radio episode of Escape.
- Those with access at their libraries to the Overdrive/Libby collection can find this excellent BBC production of British horror author M.R. James’ very creepy stories. Also on Amazon’s Audible and other audio book providers.
- Here’s a BBC radio dramatization of a classic ghost story from Bram Stoker, author of Dracula, about a student who rents a haunted home. It’s called The Judge’s House.