5 more spooky audio plays for the Halloween season

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Shining a light on forgotten horror classics

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.

  1. Two patients in a mental asylum become part of a deranged experiment in this Dimension X radio play from the 1950s.
  2. 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.
  3. Adventure into the Himalayas to hunt the abominable snowman in this 1953 radio episode of Escape.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.

Author: Ward Williams

Ward is an independent financial advisor at Better Tomorrow Financial. He started working as an independent investment advisor in 2009.

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