On a Dark, Cold Night is the ideal podcast for horror-lovers with insomnia; a creepy friend to tell you ghost stories suitable for relaxing to before bedtime. This audio drama involves Your Narrator sharing an original spine-chilling and soothing story every week. Most episodes are stand-alone tales, while some weave together a larger plot involving Your Narrator and her own strange experiences.
is your friend. Or, is she not? At any rate, she is extremely excited and grateful to have some...human contact, for a change.
She has stories upon stories to tell you. Tales of lonesome ghosts, clever witches, beautiful monsters and empty, moonlit roads. And so much more.
Not much is known about Your Narrator. But, what is certain is that ...
She is ancient.
She is powerful.
And there is someone much, much worse than her.
Recommended on AudioDramaRama, in"When Kristen Zaza becomes the Narrator, her presence is increased, and you can’t help but pause to listen to her tale. I have a Pavlovian response to the intro music and will turn off anything distracting to listen. Zaza has this gentle, gravely voice when she is the Narrator and is easily able to hold your attention. This is truly one of a kind horror podcast, and I am often crying for the creatures that usually inspire fear and hatred. I cannot recommend On a Dark, Cold Night enough. . ."
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"Let me tell you that this is one that you don’t want to miss. I LOVE these stories. [, , ,] They are so incredible and delivered in an amazing voice. I have a hard time describing what makes this podcast so good, and it just reminds me of sitting down with someone who has experienced so much in their life, and they love talking about it."
". . .The creator/writer/narrator Kristen Zaza draws you in with her intimate voice that evokes an intriguing, quiet confidence. She relies on tales full of lust and longing, despair and beauty, stories both ancient and modern, full of tropes and unique twists. The contradictions are purposeful and her writing echoes the painful, chaotic beauty that is a common thread throughout the human experience. The pacing is measured, the tales are hauntingly beautiful and the podcast keeps you wanting more. . ."
-Foxtopher1984 (listener review)
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