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A Compendium for Halloween

A Compendium for Halloween

2022-10-0101:16:083

Eight very different stories for the season. 1. hitcher (0:00) 2. Is It That Time Again? (6:03)  3. prodigal (17:37) 4. panophobe (23:05) 5. legalese (33:39) 6. contestants (41:57) 7. A Bitter Pill (48:39) 8. blueberries (1:10:48) 'Is It That Time Again?' features Emma Fradd of the Sibling Horror podcast and Beth Abdallah of the Twelve Chimes It's Midnight podcast. Watch the video adaptation on Soren Narnia’s YouTube channel. 'A Bitter Pill' features Currer Hathaway (www.currerhathaway.com) and Beth Abdallah. The song 'The Pig That Wants to Be Eaten' is by Empty Heaven, from the album Getting the Blues, all rights reserved.  Additional music in 'A Bitter Pill' and 'Blueberries' by Emma Fradd, all rights reserved. https://www.patreon.com/sorennarnia The latest interview with Soren Narnia can be seen on YouTube on ‘Reader’s Labyrinth’ hosted by Frank Schumpert.  Soren can also be heard on the podcasts 'The Ghosts on This Road', 'Sibling Horror', 'SessionsX,' and others.
cleanse

cleanse

2022-08-2132:223

There are reliable narrators, there are unreliable narrators… and then there are outliers like the one heard here. 'Clearly guilty of murder, he somehow remains committed to his narrative,' one journalist wrote of him. 'I wasn't sure whether to look at him with a strange kind of awe, or simply run screaming and never look back.' Additional narration by Amy Paonessa of The Bloodlust podcast. Music: “Atmo” by Jamie Bathgate, all rights reserved. https://www.patreon.com/sorennarnia Other audio horror by Soren Narnia: 'Town With a Tranquil Name,' an audiobook on the podcast Those Snowy Nights You Read to Me, They'll Never Be Forgotten, October 30, 2019 'Outcall' - Episode 15, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Paranormal Appraisal 151' – Episode 20, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Q & A With a Vampire Killer' - Episode 33, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Why Have You Disturbed Our Sleep' - The Bloodlust podcast, October 8, 2017 Soren Narnia can also be heard on the podcasts 'The Ghosts on This Road', 'Sibling Horror', 'SessionsX,' and others. Read an interview with the author in Monstrum magazine's June issue. Art by S. Patrick Brown, https://www.instagram.com/scalawagarts/
D.N.K.

D.N.K.

2022-07-1501:09:158

A filmmaker recalls the details of his darkest project: the people who endured it, the illusions he lost to it, and the horrific force that set it all in motion. With: Donald Kokoschka – John Jorgenson Noah DiLeo – Corey Nelson (Rust Belt Gothic podcast) Mayor - Beth Abdallah (Twelves Chimes It’s Midnight podcast and Odd Salon) Bill Savoy – Teddy Ray Bullard Mary Neary – Linda Wojtowick (The Ghosts on This Road podcast) Lisa Whitelaw – Mig Windows (migwindows.com) Officer Ekins – Dana Bolton (The Night Terrors podcast) French Translator - Isabelle Humbert Ernestine Souza – Naomi Azran English Translator – Emma Fradd (Sibling Horror podcast) Music: ‘Ana Yelena’ by Kristian Sensini, ‘Midnight Clear’ by Hans Johnson, ‘Better Now’ by Philip Daniel, ‘Quiet Contentment’ by The David Roy Collective. All rights reserved. Audio mastering by Les Lentz Audio-Video Other audio horror by Soren Narnia: 'Outcall' - Episode 15, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Paranormal Appraisal 151' – Episode 20, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Q & A With a Vampire Killer' - Episode 33, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Why Have You Disturbed Our Sleep' - The Bloodlust podcast, October 8, 2017 'Town With a Tranquil Name,' an audiobook on the Those Snowy Nights You Read to Me, They'll Never Be Forgotten podcast, October 30, 2019 Soren Narnia can also be heard on the podcasts 'The Ghosts on This Road', 'Sibling Horror', 'SessionsX,' and others. Listen to his narration of H.P. Lovecraft's 'The Festival' at the Lovecraft eZine Podcast's YouTube channel. Listen to the latest interview with Soren Narnia at the Incarnation Read podcast. https://www.patreon.com/sorennarnia Art by S. Patrick Brown, https://www.instagram.com/scalawagarts/
pride

pride

2022-04-2201:33:098

Many is the band that wishes they could have a second chance at what turned out to be their final performance—maybe they could have brought more energy to that night, or savored it just a little more... and then there’s the terrible but unforgettable case of the celebrated rock group Waters Blue and Permanent (2003-2022). Music (all rights reserved): "Salve Regina - Violin & Piano" by Patrick Ussher, "El Faro" by When the Tide Breaks Free, "Fount" by Homely, "Everything" by The Days Audio mastering: Les Lentz Art by S. Patrick Brown, https://www.instagram.com/scalawagarts/. Special thanks to Sharon Yablon of the Garden of Terrible Blooms podcast for being my location advisor on this one. Listen to Soren Narnia's narration of H.P. Lovecraft's "The Festival" at the Lovecraft eZine Podcast's YouTube channel. Other audio horror by Soren Narnia: 'Outcall' - Episode 15, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Paranormal Appraisal 151' – Episode 20, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Q & A With a Vampire Killer' - Episode 33, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Why Have You Disturbed Our Sleep' - The Bloodlust podcast, October 8, 2017 'Town With a Tranquil Name,' an audiobook on the Those Snowy Nights You Read to Me, They'll Never Be Forgotten podcast, October 30, 2019 https://www.patreon.com/sorennarnia
The Smoke Child

The Smoke Child

2022-02-0601:28:3210

No one in attendance at the talk on that December night in New England, 2021, really knew what they would hear from the presenter, though they certainly knew his name. And while no video exists of his methodical dissection of the past, the audio recording alone seems more than enough. With additional narration by Robert Cantelmo, and Beth Abdallah of the Twelve Chimes It’s Midnight podcast. Music: 'December' by Dear Gravity, all rights reserved. Original artwork by S. Patrick Brown, https://www.instagram.com/scalawagarts/ Audio mastering: Les Lentz www.patreon.com/sorennarnia Listen to Soren Narnia's narration of H.P. Lovecraft's "The Festival" at the Lovecraft eZine Podcast's YouTube channel.
surveillance

surveillance

2021-12-0624:267

The tomb would soon sit unnoticed, perhaps forever, in the wild grass of the lonely cemetery. But on its first night of occupancy, one man would keep a careful watch over it. Just in case. Wilhoit McCrail: Hugh Pierce Music: “Submarine” by Morphlexis, all rights reserved. Audio mastering by Les Lentz.
attraction

attraction

2021-10-0149:079

You are invited to a place in the mountains where one man decided that no matter what the date, it will always, always be Halloween night. (And after 'attraction,' keep listening to experience the very... well, ROUND terror of a campfire tale called 'sugary' - 39:40) Art by S. Patrick Brown, https://www.instagram.com/scalawagarts/  Music: “Mirrors” by Tom Goldstein, “Isolation” by Linus Johansson, “First Impression” by Maya Belsitzman & Matan Ephrat, all rights reserved. Other audio horror by Soren Narnia: 'Outcall' - Episode 15, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Paranormal Appraisal 151' – Episode 20, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Q & A With a Vampire Killer' - Episode 33, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Why Have You Disturbed Our Sleep' - The Bloodlust podcast, October 8, 2017 'Town With a Tranquil Name,' an audiobook on the Those Snowy Nights You Read to Me, They'll Never Be Forgotten podcast, October 30, 2019
I Was Called Anwen

I Was Called Anwen

2021-09-2401:07:059

A documentarian’s celebrity puff piece takes a dark turn when her subject reveals the story of a friend’s haunting. The documentarian Patricia Close : Mig Windows, www.migwindows.com Art by S. Patrick Brown, https://www.instagram.com/scalawagarts/ Music: ‘Mysa’ by Laurel Violet, all rights reserved. Audio mastering: Les Lentz COMING OCTOBER 1: A tale for Halloween. www.patreon.com/sorennarnia
prisoner

prisoner

2021-07-0928:456

There is a curious fact about the tiny railway station mentioned by the teller of this story that he would never know: Almost sixty years before the events he describes, the station was partially demolished in the night by someone or something unknown, and had to be rebuilt from the ground up. Unknown, yes, but there were indeed whispers--from the older folk mostly, people long dead by the time the weary and hungry narrator appeared in the mountains utterly by chance. MUSIC: 'Forests' by Narvik; 'Vodohrai' by Smerichka; all rights reserved. Soren Narnia can also be heard on the podcasts 'The Ghosts on This Road' and 'Sibling Horror,' as well as others. Other audio horror by Soren Narnia: 'Outcall' - Episode 15, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Paranormal Appraisal 151' – Episode 20, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Q & A With a Vampire Killer' - Episode 33, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Why Have You Disturbed Our Sleep' - The Bloodlust podcast, October 8, 2017 'Town With a Tranquil Name,' an audiobook on the Those Snowy Nights You Read to Me, They'll Never Be Forgotten podcast, October 30, 2019
Someday, when you find yourself alone in a place like the one where this story occurred, take note of what happens to your footprints as the minutes tick by. As one of the narrators claims, the wind shifts things around fast--and it’s as if no trace of you ever existed. The cast: Anson, the seeker – Ebenezer Alasi, https://resumes.actorsaccess.com/ebenezerfunshoalasi Eva, the penitent – Amy Paonessa of The Bloodlust podcast, thebloodlust.net Lydia – Currer Hathaway, currerhathaway.com James Del Norr – Reginald Baskerville, www.backstage.com/u/reginald-baskerville/ Monica – Linda Wojtowick, The Ghosts on This Road podcast Tom - Soren Narnia Music: “Close” by Eleven Tales, “Paragon” by Kyle Preston, all rights reserved. Audio Mastering: Les Lentz www.patreon.com/sorennarnia
digs

digs

2021-02-1528:2810

What’s the shortest time you’ve ever lived somewhere before you left in frustration? What was the problem—bad neighbors, leaks, noise problems, lousy plumbing? Something worse? Something mystifying? The trashman: Benjamin Gilmour Audio mastering by Les Lentz Soren Narnia can also be heard on the podcasts 'The Ghosts on This Road' and 'Sibling Horror.' Watch his horror shorts 'Server Unknown,' 'The Jarprechaun,' 'Drop-ins,' and 'Sleeperette' on his YouTube channel. www.patreon.com/sorennarnia
vacancy

vacancy

2020-12-0335:466

Within every grandiose scheme, there lies the seed of possible disaster. Some of these disasters are loud, chaotic, and violent ... but sometimes they only sound like the wind sighing through haunted ruins. Music: ‘Between the Noise’ by Kyle Preston, ‘Dreams of Light’ by Jacob Pavek. All rights reserved. Soren Narnia can also be heard on the podcasts 'The Ghosts on This Road' and 'Sibling Horror.' Watch his horror shorts 'Server Unknown,' 'Drop-ins,' and 'Sleeperette' on his YouTube channel. www.patreon.com/sorennarnia
thresholds

thresholds

2020-10-1630:233

For Halloween, a tale of two people dwelling among the monsters who own the night. Music: 'Altered Communications' by Emanuele Errante. Intro music by Emma Fradd of the Sibling Horror podcast. Soren Narnia can also be heard on the podcast 'The Ghosts on This Road.' Watch his horror short films 'Server Unknown,' 'Drop-ins,' and 'Sleeperette' on his YouTube channel. www.patreon.com/sorennarnia
occupiers

occupiers

2020-10-0350:179

The letters and diaries of several 19th century soldiers allude to “the terrible Demon of Moscow” that once haunted the city’s streets. One witness alone told the entire story of the ghostly force most still believe was not truly of this world. Music: 'Balance' by Muted, 'Stratum' and 'December' by Dear Gravity. All rights reserved. www.patreon.com/sorennarnia Art by Mandey Brown  Instagram - @mandeyfromzogs Art by Tyler Ellis, artstation.com/tylerellis
excursion

excursion

2020-08-0751:555

'What about the forest where this terrible thing happened?' people sometimes ask when they hear the story of the small town that became so precariously balanced between true evil and unexpected hope. 'Is it still there?' The answer is yes... the forest is still there. Music selections by Emma Fradd of the Sibling Horror podcast, and by Anthony Sanders, cibolathecityofgold.bandcamp.com, used by permission, all rights reserved. Sergeant Maura: Catherine Saraceno www.patreon.com/sorennarnia From artist Mandey Brown (@mandeyfromzogs on Instagram) - And from artist David Montano -
drop-ins

drop-ins

2020-07-0830:005

Each nighttime visitor to the tiny house in the country was more unwelcome than the one before ... but the fourth was truly unimaginable. Music by Emma Fradd of the Sibling Horror podcast. Art by Scott Brown, https://www.instagram.com/scalawagarts/ Watch the movie adaptation of this story on my YouTube channel. Patreon: www.patreon.com/sorennarnia Other audio horror by Soren Narnia: 'Why Have You Disturbed Our Sleep' - The Bloodlust podcast, October 8, 2017 'Outcall' - Episode 15, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Paranormal Appraisal 151' – Episode 20, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Q & A With a Vampire Killer' - Episode 33, Alexandria Archives podcast
compulsion

compulsion

2020-06-0746:016

Conflicting feelings about a banished relative lead to a visit a long time in coming … but each step toward her house reveals more warning signs. The detectives: 1. Hugh Pierce and 2. Reginald Baskerville Music by Federico Nardella, “Il Riflesso Opaco," all rights reserved. Federico’s works are available on Bandcamp at https://cremisi.bandcamp.com.  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cremisi.music/  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgTQOsXJe6FqlzBoH7jOk7g/featured Patreon: www.patreon.com/sorennarnia Image drawn by Jelle Havermans of the podcast A Darker Tale. See his work (beyond the cover of Town With a Tranquil Name!) at www.jellehavermans.com. And from artist Mandey Brown (@mandeyfromzogs on Instagram) -
Twelve Tiny Cabins

Twelve Tiny Cabins

2020-04-1045:5510

A college professor has a mysterious story to tell to a prized student, but his timing and motive are no less cryptic. With Amy Paonessa of The Bloodlust podcast, Linda Wojtowick, Elena Vega, and Cal Butera. All music by Anthony Sanders, used by permission, all rights reserved. Check out some of his work at https://cibolathecityofgold.bandcamp.com/. Other audio horror by Soren Narnia: 'Why Have You Disturbed Our Sleep' - The Bloodlust podcast, October 8, 2017 'Outcall' - Episode 15, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Paranormal Appraisal 151' – Episode 20, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Q & A With a Vampire Killer' - Episode 33, Alexandria Archives podcast Patreon: www.patreon.com/sorennarnia Listeners might also enjoy an audiobook of dark suspense called Town With a Tranquil Name, now downloadable from the podcast Those Snowy Nights You Read to Me, They'll Never Be Forgotten.
The Lockbox

The Lockbox

2019-12-2101:12:344

For the people in a small town in upstate New York, what happened was just another sordid true crime story. But they would never know just how frightening and surreal things became in its aftermath, or what one woman chose to endure in the name of compassion.   Music: Bob Pokrzywa, from the album 'A Wounded and Prostrate Foe,' all rights reserved. https://bobpokrzywa.bandcamp.com/album/a-wounded-and-prostrate-foe    -and-  Anthony Brown, 'Evolving Ambient Soundscape,' Getty Music. All rights reserved.   Cast (in order of appearance): Scholar: Eric Dantley Ellen Hershbergen: Linda Wojtowick Narrator: Jamie Molina Pontiac resident: Julie Medina Father Dorr: Les Lentz Denise Minotka: Amy Newman Detective: Corey Landis Radio broadcaster: Maureen Rivers Nan Carlos: Currer Hathaway Private investigator:  Stuart Arnheim Social worker: Effi T. Mothgil Grace Beck: Catherine Saraceno Prosecutor: Cal Butera Police officer: Ebenezer Alasi   Listeners might also enjoy my new (free) audiobook of dark suspense called Town With a Tranquil Name, now downloadable from the podcast Those Snowy Nights You Read to Me, They'll Never Be Forgotten. Also now available: a graphic novel version of eight Knifepoint Horror stories. Check out the anthology here: https://mdpenman.bigcartel.com/ https://longlivelamariposa.bigcartel.com/ https://mrpicto.bigcartel.com/ Other audio horror by Soren Narnia: 'Why Have You Disturbed Our Sleep' - The Bloodlust podcast, October 8, 2017 'Outcall' - Episode 15, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Paranormal Appraisal 151' – Episode 20, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Q & A With a Vampire Killer' - Episode 33, Alexandria Archives podcast Patreon: www.patreon.com/sorennarnia
Three for Halloween

Three for Halloween

2019-10-0352:254

The featured story of this brief trilogy imagines that perhaps, Earth's final confrontation between good and evil will take place so quietly you'll be able to hear a caterpillar crawl through the blood-soaked grass. Before this tale comes an appetizer ... and afterward, a little dessert. 0:00  dusk 7:51  extremity 41:41  project Additional narration by Linda Wojtowick. Music by Kevin MacLeod, incompetech.com. "Ice Demon" licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Other audio horror by Soren Narnia: 'Why Have You Disturbed Our Sleep' - The Bloodlust podcast, October 8, 2017 'Outcall' - Episode 15, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Paranormal Appraisal 151' – Episode 20, Alexandria Archives podcast 'Q & A With a Vampire Killer' - Episode 33, Alexandria Archives podcast Patreon: www.patreon.com/sorennarnia
Comments (214)

George

no doubt we've been waiting and expecting this and here we are... thanks Sorin... merry Halloween to you and yours.

Oct 2nd
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Jessica Juuns

always excited to see new knifepoint posted

Oct 1st
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BillyBlazko

This one was fantastic! I loved it

Oct 1st
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drile00l

moreee. MMMORREEE.

Aug 30th
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John Greenslade

This has been my favourite podcast by far for years, everytime a new episode comes out I get a little jolt of excitement! Thanks for all the years of enjoyment Soren, from England 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿😁👍

Aug 28th
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Michael Bailey

Hilarious!

Aug 21st
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NoahArkwright

Granted, I do get super high before I listen to new Knifepoint because it's an event that merits celebration - but I have never laughed this much at one of his stories. I love it!

Aug 21st
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Gabriel

Damn, this was beautiful! ❤️

Aug 18th
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Teresa Harris

Finally!!! Look so forward to your stories!!!

Jul 15th
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Jose Valerio

The eternal curse of successful artists: they forget that they too are flesh sacks for excrement and bile. Especially those not quite on the cusp of infirmity, who for all their pretensions to wisdom and authenticity of identity, will nevertheless never have the grace to die well.

Apr 28th
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Samuel Bazzman Barron-Bolt

just wow! the new story is fantastic!

Apr 25th
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Skitter Travels

I really want a sequel to this one, one of my favorites that you've done. Excellent work Soren!

Apr 25th
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Chris Iapetus

Nothing online I look forward to more than a fresh Knifepoint. Spellbinding.

Apr 24th
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NoahArkwright

New Knifepoint episode?! I'm gonna smoke a bunch of grass, turn out all the lights, and cuddle with my dog while i listen to Soren and feel gratitude for both his excellent work, and for these moments of escape and pleasure he gave me for free.

Apr 22nd
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Carl Davidson

Great story. The tension kept building and building. And of course, Soren Narnia's always wonderful, metered narration keeps you riveted and awaiting every next sentence.

Feb 28th
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NoahArkwright

Best horror podcast! I really love Soren's writing and his casual, conversational narration. The only other horror podcast with this much literary merit is Pseudopod. I love escapist horror, too, but this is art. Really badass art.

Feb 23rd
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Amelia W

this 👏 podcast 👏 is 👏 so 👏 good👏 my only complaint is that he doesn't do them more often. Soren I ❤️ you.

Feb 8th
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Jessica Juuns

everyone also check out Sibling Horror. same vein and some are narrated by soren narnia. I can't believe they only have 250 subscribers. go listen while you wait for another knifepoint

Feb 6th
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Jessica Juuns

I will cry every time I open my library and don't see a little number 1 above that Bosch demon. you should be ashamed of yourself.

Feb 6th
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drile00l

moreeeee

Jan 31st
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